A Dozen Things You Can Do At Your NJ Library Besides Read

1. Get in a workout

Take an exercise class, from aerobics to Zumba and much more, at your local public library. Shelving books only burns so many calories.

2. Play a game

Children and families can enjoy casual game play at their local library  while meeting others in the community.

3. Keep the kids busy


Teen Summer Reading Kick-Off: Marc Sky's Amazing Psychic Powers @ Bridgewater Library

Date: June 27, 2012     Time: 7:00 pm

Want to know what someone is thinking? Or move objects with your mind? Wonder what the future has in store for you?

Join Marc Sky and find out how to develop your psychic powers. In this fun, informative, and entertaining program, you will discover how to send and receive thoughts, move objects with your mind, get answers to questions about your future, astonish your friends, and much more. You won't believe how much fun you'll have.

We predict you'll have an amazing time!

"Own the Night" Star Party @ Middletown Public Library

"Own the Night" Star Party @ Middletown Public Library

June 27, 2012, 1:30 pm

To celebrate the Teen Summer Reading Theme of "Own The Night," the STAR Astronomy Club will be doing a Star Party Observing Session in our back parking lot. They bring their telescopes as well as a listing of what is available to see and all patrons (families) are welcome to view. The astronomy club sent out a star chart that I copied to give out to attendees. Great family program and the chance to learn something new.

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