The Chester Library has an immediate opening for a part-time Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant. This is a 15-20 hr/wk position. Applicant must have 2 years’ experience as a bookkeeper. Experience with QuickBooks is preferred although not required. Applicant must be able to perform basic accounting and mathematical computations with a high degree of accuracy and in accordance … Continue reading
In 1957, American Legion Bernays Apgar Post 342 announced that it would revive the Chester Fourth of July parade after a 4-year absence. The Legion conducted a house-to-house contributions drive. Source: The Mendham-Chester Tribune.
Zinio For Libraries is now available to all MAIN Library Card Holders. This is great news for Chester patrons since it expands our existing Zinio library to include over 50 magazines! If you have not set up your Zinio account, what are you waiting for? Zinio offers access to 50 popular magazines through your tablet, … Continue reading
The Chester Library Mentoring Program pairs Bragg School students grades 3 – 5 with students from Mendham and West Morris Central High School. Mentors will work one-on-one with a student each week helping them with a difficult subject, work on a special project or improve their study and organizations skills. Mentoring sessions will be held on Mondays starting … Continue reading
Are you a High School Junior or Senior who would like to earn community service time by mentoring a young student? The Chester Library Mentoring Program pairs high school students with Bragg School students grades 3 – 5. Mentoring sessions will be held on Mondays starting Oct. 21st and mentors will work one-on-one with a student on … Continue reading
Chester Library’s latest exhibit, Back to School for Chesterites, spotlights early-to-mid 20th century materials from a newly opened local history collection. The Wyckoff Family Collection contains photographs, legal documents, educational and sporting materials, correspondence, and other items that document more than 150 years of Chester history. The items on display include photographs, school sports team … Continue reading
We’re about 6 weeks into our Adult Summer Reading Program and we have loads of book reviews from residents who are participating in the weekly drawings. If you’re looking for something to read this summer, here are the books that have received the highest rating (5 on a scale of 1 -5). Don’t forget to participate … Continue reading