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'Sciencetellers' bring stories to East Hanover library

Hanover Eagle  |  9/18/13

At 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, the interactive science storytellers otherwise known as the “Sciencetellers,” will present a show at the East Hanover Public Library, 415 Ridgedale Ave. Read more...

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Dunk A Politician & Help South Amboy’s Library  |  9/20/13

The popular “Dunk-A-Politician” fundraiser will return to the South Amboy Arts Festival and Street Fair on Sunday, Sept. 22. Proceeds will be used to purchase new computers for the library. Read more...

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Small Business Expo Coming to Library

Hillsborough Patch  |  By John Patten  |  9/15/13

Residents with small businesses—or those thinking about starting one—will want to check out the upcoming "Oktober Small Business Expo," at the Hillsborough Library. Read more...

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Young artists show their work from summer library program

The Jersey Journal  |  By Rose Duger  |  9/12/13

Take note, art aficionados. Van Goghs and Michelangelos in training painted and sculpted up a storm in two programs offered this summer through the Kearny Public Library and Kearny Recreation Department. Read more...

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What do you 'geek'? Washington Twp, Salem libraries kick off library awareness campaign

South Jersey Times  |  by Michelle Caffrey  |  9/05/13

What do you "geek"? The Margaret E. Heggan Library in Washington Township is one of four libraries in the state to turn the noun into the verb as part of the national “Geek the Library” campaign. The idea is to encourage people to visit their local library to learn more and pursue whatever it is they “geek,” or love with a passion, said the library’s Public Relations Director Jeanne Wachter. Read more...

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Library readies for ‘Olde Suckasunny Day’ in Roxbury

Roxbury Register  |  8/28/13

The Roxbury Township Public Library, at 103 Main Street, Succasunna, has planned several upcoming programs, all of which are free and open to the public. Read more...

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West Caldwell Library receives grant for cancer education

The Progress  |  8/30/13

The West Caldwell library is putting an emphasis on cancer prevention. Read more...

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Theatrical presentation in Maplewood is free

The Progress  |  8/30/13

The Theater Project will inaugurate a monthly theatrical presentation at the Maplewood Memorial Library, 51 Baker St., Maplewood, at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7. Read more...

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Chester Library -- Reptiles, paws and Legos top kids calendar

Observer-Tribune |  8/30/13

Children and their families can enjoy various activities during September at the Chester Library.  Read more...

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Award-Winning Poet Releasing New Book at Madison Public Library  |  By Caroline Thompson  |  8/29/13

BJ Ward, the award-winning New Jersey poet, will have the Eastern NJ Release Reading for his new book at the Madison Public Library on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 2 p.m. Read more...

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Audiobooks keep Morris View seniors healthy and active

Independent Press  |  8/29/13

September is Healthy Aging Month was started over 10 years ago to focus attention on the positive aspects of growing older and to provide inspiration and practical ideas for adults, ages 50-plus, to improve their physical, mental, social and financial well-being. Read more...

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Radio Raconteur presents 'The Great Gatsby' at Westfield Library

Suburban News  |  8/26/13

The Westfield Memorial Library announce a radio version of “The Great Gatsby” will be presented by Radio Raconteur on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 2 p.m. The library is located at 550 East Broad St. Read more...

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Cumberland County Library awarded book collection

South Jersey Times  |  By Jack Hummel  |  8/25/13

Cumberland County Library has been awarded the 25th annual New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH) Book Award Collection. Read more...

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Remembering 9/11 at the Howell Township Library  |  By Coleen Dee Berry  |  8/22/13

To commemorate the anniversary of September 11, 2001, the Howell Township Library will host a program by Paul Gembara, a Howell resident who survived the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City. Read more...

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Hackettstown Library celebrates 100th anniversary with centennial celebration, Sept.21

Warren Reporter  |  8/20/13

This year the Hackettstown Free Public Library celebrates its 100th anniversary. The library was originally founded in 1913 by the Town Improvement Society, later to become the Woman’s Club of Hackettstown, a group still active today. Read more...

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