WOOD-RIDGE, NJ – The Wood-Ridge Memorial Library remains open to the public with modified hours of operation and at 25% capacity. Navigation and computer time are limited to forty minutes, no prior reservation is required. The Book Depot is open for item returns and all materials will be quarantined for three days prior to being checked in. Pickup from the porch is available upon request.
Special activities continue throughout May. Register in advance.
Music with Miss Nita
The Wood-Ridge Memorial Library will be hosting free music and movement lessons with Miss Nita on our Facebook page. The pre-recorded sessions are published every Wednesday at 10 a.m. and can be viewed at any time. Come share the joys of music!
Story time with Mr. Paul
Who doesn’t like to be read? Join Mr. Paul for Story Time, posted on the library’s Facebook and Youtube pages every Monday and Friday at 4 p.m.
Crafts to take away
Ready to get tricky? Every Tuesday a new DIY kit will include all the necessary materials. Video instructions will be posted on our Youtube and Facebook pages. To reserve your porch pickup kit, please call the library or email Mr. Paul at [email protected]
English as a second language
Online ESL classes at the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library will begin on Tuesday, April 6. Classes will take place at 6.30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays for this six-week course until May 13. Join ESL Instructor Donna Keith for her “Learn English by Exploring the Stories and Mysteries of New York” course. This course is free and registration is required. Please register on our website woodridgememoriallibrary.org and click on “Calendar”. This course will use the WebEx platform, therefore a phone, tablet, or computer is required.
Meditation for beginners
Meditation has many proven benefits. Join wellness instructor Jasmine Bilali for this introduction to meditation via Zoom. This free one-hour course will take place on Tuesday, May 18 at 11 a.m. Registration is required, please register on our website woodridgememoriallibrary.org and click on “Calendar”. This program is brought to you by the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library, the Carlstadt Public Library and the East Rutherford Memorial Library.
The Wood-Ridge Memorial Library has many entertaining and educational databases including, but not limited to, Gale LegalForms, CultureGrams, Ancestry, and Biography in Context.
We also offer movie streaming service through Kanopy and access to comprehensive local, state, regional and national news coverage through major US daily newspapers.
Miss Humblebee Academy
Families in Wood-Ridge now have free access to Miss Humblebee’s Academy, an award-winning online education program that helps the library’s youngest learners develop foundational literacy skills and prepare for kindergarten. Designed for ages 3-6, Miss Humblebee’s Academy employs cool cartoon characters to guide learning activities, making it fun and easy to use, with lessons covering all major subjects. academic. Miss Humblebee’s Academy can be accessed either in the library or remotely with a Wood-Ridge Memorial Library card number through the library’s website at https://woodridgememoriallibrary.org/
The Wood-Ridge Memorial Library lends free admission to 13 museums in New Jersey and New York. Museums include the American Museum of Natural History, the New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. Each pass offers free entry for multiple guests; some passes offer additional discounts at the museum gift shop. Passes can be borrowed by any Wood-Ridge resident, 18 years of age and over, with a valid library card. Passes are loaned for three days and can be booked online at the library’s website at https://woodridgememoriallibrary.org/ For more information or to reserve a pass by phone, please call the library at (201) 438-2455.
Wood-Ridge Memorial Library cardholders now have free access to BookFlix®, available on the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library website. BookFlix® is an online resource that combines classic animated story books from Weston Woods with non-fiction e-books from Scholastic to develop real-world knowledge and early literacy skills. BookFlix® encourages a love of reading and learning in young learners from Kindergarten to Grade 3. .org /
Literary Resource Center database courtesy of the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library
The Wood-Ridge Memorial Library now offers the Literary Resource Center, the online destination for book reviews, author biographies, reviews and more. It is the world’s newest, most comprehensive and trusted online documentary database, covering more than 150,000 writers in all disciplines, time periods and regions of the world. The Resource Center can be accessed either in the library or remotely with a Wood-Ridge Memorial Library card number through the library’s website at https://woodridgememoriallibrary.org/
Wood-Ridge Memorial Library Announces Electronic Library
The Wood-Ridge Memorial Library now offers eLibrary®, a user-friendly general reference tool that simplifies the research process, making it easier and more efficient for novice researchers to choose their research topic and find authoritative information to support their research . Organized by topic, eLibrary® offers one of the largest general reference collections of periodic and digital media content designed to support all users, including elementary students, high school and college researchers, and professional educators. . eLibrary® can be accessed in the library or remotely with a Wood-Ridge Memorial Library card number through the library website at
Wood-Ridge Memorial Library offers LearningExpress Library ™
Improving computer skills, preparing for college admission tests, and passing a career licensing exam just got easier with LearningExpress Library, now available on the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library website . This extensive collection of digital resources includes interactive tutorials, practice tests, and over 200 downloadable eBooks. Online practice tests are available for the GED, PSAT, SAT, AP, TOEFL iBT and US citizenship exams. Customers can also master their computer skills in popular software applications through tutorials ranging from basic to advanced level. LearningExpress library resources are available free to Wood-Ridge Memorial Library cardholders through the library’s website at https://woodridgememoriallibrary.org/
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