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From the Director -- December 2018

When planning outings this holiday season, check out the availability of the library's museum passes. If you're planning to see all the holiday sights in Manhattan, include a visit to the Frick Collection, the Guggenheim Museum, the Intrepid or the New York Historical Society. If you want to stay closer to home, plan a visit to the Morris Museum, the Newark Museum or the Yogi Berra Museum. These are great choices to keep the children occupied during winter break. If you're planning a trip to the Aquarium in Camden, use one of our museum passes to visit the Battleship New Jersey on the same day. Of course the Grounds for Sculpture and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden are good choices in any season. Check availability and make reservations on our website where you will also find discount information for the Crayola Experience and the Liberty Science Center. Your library card opens the doors to all these wonderful opportunities.

In addition to museum passes, we also have available free tickets to the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, a must-see for any movie fan. Reservations are not required. Just come in and pick up your free passes. Most exciting of all is that we will be adding tickets for the American Museum of Natural History in the next few weeks. These tickets will be similar to the Museum of the Moving Image in that reservations will not be required but the number of tickets available will be limited.

All museum passes are made possible by the Friends of the Summit Library. The Friends will be sponsoring a pop-up jewelry sale on Sunday, December 9th from 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Help to continue support for the museum pass program and the many other wonderful programs and equipment made possible by the Friends of the Library.

Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season. Looking forward to 2019 when we will be rolling out some exciting new programs and events for all ages.

Susan Permahos, Director
Summit Free Public Library