Giving Tree, Interior Design And Concert Light Up Library

The Washington Twp. Public Library offers a variety of programs each month. The following highlights just a few. Go to for the full calendar of events and activities.

The Giving Tree is beginning Nov. 28, at the library with residents invited to warm up the holidays of a neighbor-in-need by donating warm socks, hats, mittens, slippers and gloves for adults and children. Dry goods and non-perishable food items are also being collected. The Giving Tree is a cooperative outreach project between the Friends of the Washington Township Public Library and the Long Valley Food Bank.

Interior Design Trends is set for Tues., Nov. 29, from 7 p.m.- 8 p.m. Join Susan Laura Miniman of Susan Laura Interior Design for a fun and informative presentation to learn about the newest interior design trends for 2017. Miniman will present the latest in furniture styles, kitchen designs and paint colors to baths and new technology, walk away with great ideas to be creative, renovate, build or spruce up a room. Registration is requested.

On Dec., 2, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., a Friends of the Library Concert & Luncheon is set.
Join in for the annual winter concert, sponsored by the Friends of the WTPL. This year, a trio of early music performers – bassoonist Andrew Pecota and flautists Laura Ferraro and Jessica Valiente – will perform a selection of Renaissance and early Baroque pieces. A light lunch will be served. Registration is required, with priority given to Washington Township residents.

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