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February Can't-Miss-Events at Montclair Public Library

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Check out all you can do in February at the Montclair Public Library. All events are free and open to the public, and take place at the Main Library at 50 S. Fullerton Ave, unless otherwise noted.


Just Walk - Fitness Class

Tuesdays at 12pm


Creativity Café with Creativity Caravan

Thursdays at 3pm


Every Wednesday Matinee, 2pm

Feb 6: 12 Years a Slave (2013)

Feb 13: For Colored Girls (2010)

Feb 20: The Color Purple (1985)


Feb 27: Selma (2014)


Third Annual African American Read-In

Saturday, February 2 at 2pm

Choose your favorite passage from a book, poem, or speech by an African American and sign up for a two-minute time slot to read your chosen piece aloud.


Play Go!: Board Games for All Ages


Sat, Feb 2 at 10am


Learn English at MPL

First Class: Mon, Feb 4 11am-1pm

Learn English at this FREE multi-level class taught by a certified instructor.

Aprende inglés en este clase GRATIS de niveles múltiples enseñado por una instructora titulada..


Open Book/Open Mind: "The Master Plan: My Journey from Life in Prison to a Life of Purpose."

Chris Wilson in Conversation with Charles Rosen.

Wed, Feb 6 at 7pm


Money Talks: Financial Workshop with Q&A

Thur, Feb 7 at 6pm

This interactive workshop explains options available with regards to educational savings & retirement savings.


AACC Film Forum: Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace


Sat, Feb 9 at 10am


Open Book/Open Mind: "The Meaning of Michelle: 16 Writers on the Iconic First Lady and How Her Journey Inspires Our Own." Benilde Little, Veronica Chambers, Ylonda Gault Caviness.

Sun, Feb 10 at 4pm


The Morris Museum Presents: Coming to NJ: Immigration

Mon, Feb 11 at 1pm

An exploration of the diverse cultures that contribute to New Jersey’s history.


Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., A Chautauqua

Wed, Feb 13 at 6pm

This Chautauqua (Living History) Program focuses on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's spiritual journey from his youth to his opposition to the Vietnam War in 1967.


Documentary: Basquiat: From Rage to Riches

Wed, Feb 20 at 6:30pm


Thursday Evening Book Group: If Beale Street Could Talk by James Baldwin

Thu, Feb 21 at 6:30pm


Best Years Book Club

Tues, Feb 26 at 2pm

The group will discuss "The Lido" by Libby Page. All adults welcome!


Breaking Down Barriers to Weight Loss

Thu, Feb 28 at 6pm

Join us for an interactive discussion with Kenneth S. Bannerman, MD, FACC, Cardiology on how being overweight impacts your heart and overall health.

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