Fair Lawn Tutor 12-26 Rosewood St, Fair Lawn, NJ07410 Fair Lawn Tutor offers tutoring in all subjects for students from kindergarden through 8th grade. Subjects covered…More include English, writing, algebra I and II, social studies and SAT prep. Tutoring sessions are held at the student's home or at the Fair Lawn Library. For rates and availability, call the number provided.
Fair Lawn's municipal facility at 8-01 Fair Lawn Avenue incorporates the municipal court and borough council…More chambers, as well as the offices of the mayor, the municipal clerk, the borough manager and the departments of buildings, engineering, police, finance, health and purchasing. The public library is nearby, at 10-01 Fair Lawn Avenue. The borough manager oversees all departments, most of which are open weekdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Outside the municipal building, a plaque recognizes Fair Lawn residents serving in the Armed Forces.
A free library card is all Fair Lawn residents need to borrow (either in person or electronically) books, CDs, DVDs,…More and books on CD, and access newspapers and periodicals from any library in the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS). The Fair Lawn library started as a 300-book, one-room private library attached to the office of Dr. Maurice M. Pine, a dentist, in February 1933. By 1934, the library moved to the second floor of the municipal building, and in 1942 it took up three rooms in the municipal building, but was still a private library. Fair Lawn voters passed a referendum for a public library in 1944, and after over 20 years in a small storefront on River Road, the library—which had over 47,000 books by 1960—finally opened in its current building on Fair Lawn Avenue in 1967. With a 2010 budget cut of $376,812, the library is closed on Fridays until the end of this year.
The Rosen Children's Room is the center for all children's activities at Fair Lawn's public library. Daily programs for grades K and up include Discovery Day, Craft Day, Super Stories, Movie Day, Book Bingo and Game Day. Programs for older kids, such as family computer training and teen book discussion groups, are also available.