Neighborhood Library

Star Wars Extravaganza

The Palisades Neighborhood Library suited up with light sabers and the Force to welcome the release of another Origami Yoda book.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Diane Post

President of The Rachel Carson Council Chats

Palisades Library is pleased to welcome Dr. Diane Post, President of the Rachel Carson Council who will speak on Monday, Sept. 10 at 1:30 p.m. in tribute to the 50th anniversary of Rachel Carson's classic book, Silent Spring.

Speak Easy Salon: 'What I Saw and How I Lied'

Step back in time to 1947, when Evie is faced with a classic film noir dilemma: The choice of loyalty to her parents or the man she loves. This spellbinding whodunit by Judy Blundell will keep you riveted.

Adults Talk Teen Literature

Meeting on a New Day

Join us in discussing Kenneth Oppel's book This Dark Endeavor a prequel to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Rachel Carson, An Environment Pioneer

50 Years after "Silent Spring"

Join us on Monday, Sept. 10 at 1:30 p.m. for a discussion of the book and film Silent Spring and ecological issues.

Adult Discussion Group of Teen Literature

The Dark Endeavor

Join us in discussing Kenneth Oppel's book The Dark Endeavora prequel to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.

Palisades Book Club

Please join us Tuesday, Aug. 21 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss the book I, Alex Cross by James Patterson. 

Speak Easy Salon

The Higgs Boson Particle and other "Nobel Pursuits"

Let's travel through space and time, in order to discover the "Nobel Pursuits" of physics.Join in a discussion about the Higgs Boson particle and consider some of physics' fundamental questions.  Copies of the article "Nobel Pursuits" are at the reference desk.The Speak Easy Salon will be meeting Wednesday, July 25 at 3:30 p.m. and non-quantum-sized refreshments will be served.

Author Talk with Norton Juster

On June 11, the Palisades Village Book Club came to the library ready to discuss The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster with illustrations by Jules Feiffer.

Can You Read More Than a Librarian?

There's Still Time to Sign Up for Summer Reading

How much can you read this summer?  There’s a lot depending on the answer to that question. It’s imperative because not only will you be competing for a drawing for prizes, you’ll be competing against the library staff.  That’s right. This summer, readers registered in the summer reading program will be going head-to-head to see who can read the most.