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Healthcare Insurance Marketplace Enrollment Assistance

Receive free assistance regarding enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace on December 18 at the New Brunswick Free Public Library, provided by the Community Health Law Project  and other Federal Healthcare Navigators.

Residents will be seen by appointment by these professionals and receive counseling and instructions on successfully enrolling in a healthcare plan.

To make an appointment please call the library at (732) 735-5108.

All participants are asked to bring the following information:

  • The home or mailing addresses for everyone applying for coverage
  • Social Security numbers of those applying for coverage
  • Employer and income information for every member of the household, including pay stubs or W-2 forms
  • Policy numbers for any current  health insurance plans covering members of the household and notices from current plans that that include the plan ID.

Open Enrollment in the Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace runs through February 15, 2015.

For more information visit www.chlp.org.

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New Brunswick Free Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting

The New Brunswick Free Public library Board of Trustees meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month, except for the month of December, in which they meet  on the second Wednesday of the month, and the months of June and November, during which they meet on the third Wednesday.

Meetings are held at the New Brunswick Free Public Library or the Henry Guest House, located at 60 Livingston Ave. and 58 Livingston Ave., respectively.

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Health Insurance Answers at the New Brunswick Free Public Library

Open enrollment in the Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace currently runs through February 15, 2015.
Deborah Fennelly, Senior Attorney at the Community Health Law Project, will be at the New Brunswick Free Public library on December 9 to answer questions about private insurance and Medicaid.

Attendees at the forum may also make future appointments for assistance with actual enrollment. These appointments will take place at the Eric B. Chandler Center in New Brunswick.

The Community Health Law Project (CHLP) was chosen as one of the four New Jersey Federal Navigators to assist the public during the enrollment period.

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New Brunswick Free Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting

The New Brunswick Free Public library Board of Trustees meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month, except for the month of December, in which they meet  on the second Wednesday of the month, and the months of June and November, during which they meet on the third Wednesday.

Meetings are held at the New Brunswick Free Public Library or the Henry Guest House, located at 60 Livingston Ave. and 58 Livingston Ave., respectively.

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Financial Planning Workshop

Literacy Volunteers of New Jersey will present a free workshop about how to create and use a financial plan.

Learn how your bank account works, how to create a financial plan, how to take control with a savings plan, short term and long terms goals and tips for savings and budget establishment.

Refreshments will be served. Call (732) 745-5108 to register.

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Dia De Los Muertos Celebration

The New Brunswick Free Public Library will host its annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration on Saturday, Nov. 1. The event will entail altar building, paper crafts, sugar skulls, Mexican dance and music.

Traditional Mexican refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public. 

Please click here for more information.

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“Architecture in New Brunswick: Past and Present”

Morris Kafka will speak on the architectural history of New Brunswick at  the New Brunswick Free Public Library. He will give a general overview of architectural history in New Brunswick focusing on prominent structures and discuss their style, era, and significance. His verbal ‘tour’ will include the Henry Guest House, Buccleuch Mansion, Old Queens, a house of worship, the library, and some remaining industrial and commercial buildings.

Bring a picture of a building you are curious about and Morris will try to identify and discuss it. This is a rare opportunity to discover more about your community cityscape from one of New Brunswick’s most knowledgeable 
resources. 

This program is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. 

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