Springtime means a fresh start for a lot of people. We might decide to deep clean our homes, prepare our gardens for fresh crops and new flowers, learn a new skill, and maybe tackle projects that have been on our lists but we just haven’t found the time for yet. Perhaps you want to do some future planning or go to a concert or movie from time to time.
We have scheduled a ton of programs this spring that cover everything from organizing your home to learning how to play an instrument. Take a crochet class, knitting class, or learn how to turn shoe boxes into lovely and functional storage containers. Learn to sew, engrave a bookmark, or discover Japanese-style gift wrapping.
Our Money Smart Week in April features programs to help you figure out if investing in the stock market is right for you, managing debt, and how to protect your legacy through wills and trusts.
If your bucket list includes meeting horror movie show host Svengoolie, then you’re in luck. He’ll be here in March. We’ll have a meet and greet, followed by a classic film or two.
For teens, we are once again partnering with Ridgewood High School to bring you LitWorks Teen Book Fest with a panel of exciting authors. We’re continuing our After Hours Teen Time where we pair movies with activities. Teens can also join in on tabletop gaming, writing, join a graphic novel club, and more.
Start a family tradition by joining your child in learning how to knit. Kids can also learn to sew, make resin art, start writing, and of course, we have our ever-popular storytimes.
In addition to all this, we have a packed schedule of lecture-style programs, performances, and bus trips too. Save your seats in our calendar.
Whatever your goals for this season of renewal, Eisenhower has something that will pique your interest and engage your imagination.