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Keep Up on Your Technology Skills! E-Reader Tutorial at New Brunswick Free Public Library

Rutgers University students will be available today, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the library’s Carl T. Valenti Community Room to provide hands-on assistance on selecting, checking out and downloading eBooks and audio books from to PCs, iPads, iPhones, Kindles and any android device. eLibrary NJ is a free library service that offers downloadable audio books and […]

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RWJF’s Film Showing of “Girl Rising”

On behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, here’s an invitation to you to a special film showing of Girl Rising! October 11th is the International Day of the Girl – recognizing girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.  This year’s  International Day of the Girl  will focus on “Innovating for Girls’ […]

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Workshop to Help Parents with Picky Eaters Re-Scheduled for this Saturday

A 2-hour workshop of “5-Keys for Happy, Healthy Family Eating” is offered to help parents worrying about their children’s eating habits, including picky eating, over eating, and avoidance of fruits and vegetables, in the Carl T. Valenti Community Room of New Brunswick Free Public Library, 60 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick, on Saturday, October 5, from […]

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New Brunswick Jazz Festival This Weekend — Oct. 3-6

New Brunswick Jazz Festival to Feature More Artists, More Stages Four of the hottest names in contemporary jazz and R&B–Phil Perry, Bob Baldwin, Euge Groove and 2012 Grammy Award Winner, Robert Glasper–will headline the 9th Annual New Brunswick Jazz Festival featuring four days of events at venues across the city, Thursday-Sunday (October 3- 6). This year’s […]

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A FREE Performance for the Entire Family!

Saturday, September 28 3:00pm to 5:30pm George Street Playhouse, in association with the New Brunswick Cultural Center, presents New Kid by Dennis Foon  New Kid remains GSP’s Touring Theatre’s most successful program, addressing racism, prejudice, peer pressure, and conflict resolution. New Kid asks its audience to explore issues of: moving to a new place, being the outsider, making […]

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Basic Computer Tutoring Available at the New Brunswick Free Public Library

Collaborating with Rutgers Student Volunteer Council, the New Brunswick Free Public Library is again offering one-on-one computer skill tutoring to those who need to learn the basics of using a computer. Classes will start at the end of September and the library is now accepting appointments. Please call the Reference Desk at 732-745-5108 x20. Volunteers […]

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