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May Book Club Selection

Join us on Tuesday, May 2nd at 7 PM for the Little Falls Public Library’s book club meeting. We will be discussing Paul Kalanithi’s When Breath Becomes Air.
Copies of the book will be available at the front desk, or you can download the book onto your e-Reader from OverDrive Advantage (available to Little Falls residents only).  You can also download a free audiobook version from
Hoopla.                 .
All are welcome and coffee and tea will be served.


Color Your World!

Join us on Friday, May 5th at 1 pm
We will supply all materials, no registration required.

Mother's Day Craft
Saturday, May 6th at 1 PM

Come make your own pop-up card just in time for Mother’s Day! 
This craft is for kids 5 and up!
Registration is required.

Movie Matinee: Collateral Beauty
Monday, May 8th at 1 PM

When a successful New York advertising executive (Will Smith) suffers a great tragedy, he retreats from life. While his concerned friends (Edward Norton, Kate Winslet, Michael Peña) try desperately to reconnect with him, he seeks answers from the universe by writing letters to Love (Keira Knightly), Time (Jacob Latimore) and Death (Helen Mirran).

When his notes bring unexpected personal res
ponses, he begins to understand how these constants interlock in a life fully lived and how even the deepest loss can reveal moments of meaning and beauty.

This Film is Rated PG-13


Tail Waggin Tutors

Read to a Dog Is Back!!!!
On Wednesday, May 10th @ 5:30 PM Tail Waggin’ Tutors will be at the Little Falls Public Library.  The main objective of the Tail Waggin’ Tutors program is to create a relaxed, friendly atmosphere in which school-aged children can practice their reading skills by reading to a trained therapy dog.  It’s a great way to help children build their confidence and reading skills AND dogs do not mind if you make mistakes! 

Please stop by or call the Library at 973-256-2784 for more information
or to register for the program. 


An Evening of Guided Meditation
Wednesday, May 17th at 7:00 PM

javascript:void(0)Have you ever wondered about meditation? Have you ever tried to meditate? Are you interested in getting started? Now is your chance to explore meditation!

The Little Falls Public Library will offer an evening of guided meditation on Wednesday, May 17th at 7:00 pm

This free 45 minute session will led by Stacey Myers-Smith, RYT-200. Meditation is one of the best tools we have to help balance our stress, emotions, and promote the peace of the present moment. Learning to meditate without a teacher can be challenging and difficult, however this class will walk you through the entire process to help you find your inner peace. No prior experience is needed, please wear comfortable clothes and bring either a beach towel or yoga mat.

Book Origami
Saturday, May 20th at 12 PM

Join local resident Kathy Alkan
as she leads a tutorial on the art of book origami.
Books for folding will be provided.
Space is limited. Registration is required. 

Elder Investment Fraud: how to spot, stop, and avoid becoming a victim of fraud

On Tuesday, May 23rd, at 1 PM the New Jersey Bureau of Securities will present a program on steps you can take to avoid elder investment fraud. Find out about common senior scams, what some of the red flags are to help you recognize if you or a family member has become a victim of elder fraud, and what to do in case you are a victim.  Clike here to find out more.

The New Jersey Bureau of Securities is committed to protecting seniors from becoming victims of investment fraud. Registration required.
A Day with the Dey Mansion
Tuesday, June 20th at 7:00 PM
The Dey Mansion derives its lasting fame as one of General George Washington's military field headquarters.  During the American Revolution, owner Thenius Dey served as Colonel of the Bergen County Militia, which brought him into constant communication with Washington.  The presentation will cover the stories surrounding Washington's stay in the Preakness Valley through various artifacts from the Mansion's military and early American collections.

The Dey Mansion is an excellent example of Georgian architecture in the mid-eighteenth century, which served as Washington's Headquarters in July, October, and November of 1780.  Today, the Dey Mansion is owned by Passaic County and operated by the Department of Cultural & Historical Affairs.  It is open to the public for tours and programs.

 For more information on the Dey Mansion and its programs, please contact the staff at 973-696-1776 or visit us on the web at
Saturday Family Story Time
A wonderful chance for children, from toddler to preschool, to learn, laugh, and grow!  

We will read simple stories, sing, and offer lots of opportunities for movement and participation through finger plays and action rhymes. Saturday story time usually lasts about 25 minutes and is followed by a free play session, giving adults and children the chance to socialize and  interact.  

Story Time will take place on the FIRST Saturday of every month at 10:30 am

Please register by stopping by or calling the Library at 973-256-2784. The Little Falls Public Library is located at 8 Warren St., Little Falls, NJ.

Passport Services, Notary Registration / Renewal Services


The Passaic County Clerk's Office will provide  full Passport Services,  Notary Registration/Renewal Services and Free Identification Cards to Passaic County Verterns. For more information click here.


Vinyasa Yoga
with Stacey Myers-Smith.
The Little Falls Public Library now offers 2 weekly Vinyasa Yoga sessions with instructor Stacey Myers-Smith, RYT-200.  These sessions will be held on Mondays at 11:30 AM and Fridays at 11 AM.  Cost is $5 per session.  Vinyasa Yoga is a very calming way to escape the chaotic and stressful world!  You do not need to be physically flexible to participate.  Please bring your own towel or yoga mat. Registration is not necessary. 

For more information, please check our website ( or call 973-256-2784.


English Second Language

Build a Life-Long Love of Reading with 1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Did you know that reading to your child is one of the most powerful ways to boost his or her brain power?
Sharing books helps your child learn pre-reading skills including: understanding the sounds that letters make, developing a larger vocabulary, and building background knowledge. 

The Library invites you and your young ones (any child from birth until enters kindergarten) to participate in 1000 Books Before Kindergarten. The program is free and also provides a great way to bond with your child.  Stop by the front desk to register and pick up a folder that contains a program overview, log, suggested booklist, and early literacy tips.  Logging books read is as simple as checking off a number on a paper log or via the app. Incentives are offered at each 100 mark. Don’t delay, get started today!

Little Free Library

Here’s how it works
- Visit the Little Free Library and if you see a book you would like to read, take it home with you
- When you are done, pass it on to a friend.
- You may leave books for others to read by placing them in the box. But please, do not leave books outside of the box!
This is a great way to promote community, sharing and literacy!