Puppetry Tickets Now on Sale!
The Friends of the Library's 17th annual Phyllis Noar Puppetry Festival tickets are now on sale for the final show!
On Sunday, February 28th, Crabgrass Puppet Theatre presents "The Pirate, the Princess and the Pea." for ages 2 and up at 2 PM. Read More
Tickets are $4 and are currently being sold at the circulation desk. Cash or check payable to "E.B. Friends of the Library." Ticketholders must meet ages 2 and older to enter.
"A pirate and a princess are each searching for hidden treasure. The princess stays one step ahead of the pirate with every clue. But how can she get him out of the way long enough to dive for the treasure? "You're not a real pirate!" she claims. "Am so." "Are not." "Am so." "Okay, prove it!" "How?" "You know, I had to prove I was a real princess once," she says. "I'm sure we can use the same method . . ." and she leaves him snoring on a tall pile of mattresses. But when the princess is in danger from a giant octopus, she quickly discovers the benefits of cooperation! Inspired by their success, the pirate and his new princess friend sail off together in search of further adventure.
Join Crabgrass Puppet Theatre on a thrilling voyage chock full of sea monsters, sharks and side-splitting action!"
Free: Job Interview & Networking Workshop February 16
The Business Resource Connection at the East Brunswick Public Library is offering two free job searching workshops led by the Middlesex County Workforce Development Board. Learn More
On Tuesday, February 16, you will learn about job interviewing and networking techniques.
This workshop is free and open to the public. For more information, and to register, contact Martha Hess, Information Services Librarian, at 732-390-6767 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
India Day Celebration January 31
On Sunday, January 31 at 2PM, come join the Indian Cultural Society at the East Brunswick Public Library to celebrate the cultural heritage of the Indian American Community. The program will include Indian dance, henna art, food sampling, and more. Learn more
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit the Indian Cultural Society's website at http://www.indianculturalsociety.com.Resource Link
Friends of the Library Annual Magazine Sale January 14-17
If you missed an issue of your favorite magazine, head to The Library and see if you can buy it here January 14 through 17. Learn More
The magazines will cover science, entertainment, teens, adults, cooking and a lot more, so if you’re looking for a good read and an even better bargain, then pick up a bundle of 6–12 magazines for only $3.