When: Saturday February 8, 2014 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: 60 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick (map)
The New Brunswick Free Public Library celebrates all year long, in 2014, with displays honoring New Jersey’s 350th Anniversary.
- Now through March 22nd at the New Brunswick Free Public Library:
- The New Brunswick African American Heritage Committee hosts Ms. Kym Kirkley’s guest curate of African American history in New Jersey (located in the lobby).
- The Indian Diaspora and New Jersey details the immigration to America of a diverse East Indian population and their growing involvement as part of New Jersey’s culture (located in the Carl T. Valenti Community Room).
Please note that the following event has been postponed, with no reschedule date at this time, due to a need for warmer weather:
-From the Friends of the New Brunswick Free Public Library: (originally scheduled for February 5, 2014)
- Dennis Kobray presents a program on Scott Joplin. Scott Joplin, despite being an African American that was denied civil rights, made a form of music called Ragtime that combined harmonies from West Africa, Europe and North America.
(For full details about the Library’s events, visit: http://www.nbfpl.org/events.html)