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EBPL Reveals Library Card Contest Winners

EBPL Reveals Library Card Contest Winners

Posted March 30, 2017


East Brunswick Public Library regularly displays the work of local artists. This time, the library is showcasing art somewhere elseā€”on its library cards.

As part of the library’s fiftieth-anniversary celebration, East Brunswick Public Library unveiled three new library card designs. These cards feature art that was submitted to the library through a contest in late 2016.

“We were impressed by not only the number of submissions we received but also with the creativity shown by our local artists of all ages,” said Jennifer Podolsky, Library Director. “There were so many great submissions, and it was hard for our judges just to choose three.”


FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: EBPL Library Director Jennifer Podolsky, library card contest winners Kaleigh Duffy, Ruqaya Tapya and Dylan Ing, and Board of Trustees president Deborah Cornavaca, Ph.D.

The judging panel consisted of members of the library’s Board of Trustees, Friends of the East Brunswick Library and the East Brunswick Public Library Foundation. The cards feature artwork from three area children—Kaleigh Duffy, Dylan Ing and Ruqaya Tapya.

The three winning designs are available in both traditional sized library cards as well as key chain tags. Information on how to get a library card from the library can be found here


Take A Continuing Education Class With Universal Class

Take A Continuing Education Class With Universal Class

Posted February 23, 2017


East Brunswick Public Library now offers over 500 free online continuing education courses through Universal Class.

"Our library has been offering instructional classes for years,” said Karen Parry, Information Services Manager. “With Universal Class, we can now offer our customers several courses that we would not have been able to. And, best of all, our customers can take these classes online at their schedule.”

East Brunswick Public Library cardholders can create a free account for Universal Class online. Their valid library card number is necessary to register.

Once registered, library customers can sign up for up to five different classes. Topics range from basic accounting and business skills, to web development and programming, and personal courses like genealogy and organization.

Students have up to six months to finish each course. Each course has flexibly scheduled classes and assignments, as well as access to an instructor for further questions. Courses offered through Universal Class are non-credit and not to be intended as a substitute for licensing or educational requirements.

For more information about Universal Class, call the Information Services Department at 732-390-6767.


East Brunswick Public Library Circulates 30,000,000th Item

East Brunswick Public Library Circulates 30,000,000th Item

Posted February 14, 2017


On February 12, East Brunswick Public Library celebrated an incredible milestone. The library circulated its 30 millionth item.

“This is a huge accomplishment for us,” said Library Director Jennifer Podolsky. “Our customers realize that libraries are more than just books, and stop by to borrow movies, music, video games and even museum passes. They can now borrow digital items from us on their own schedule.”

The library doesn’t know exactly know what book or other item was the 30 millionth item checked out, as the computer circulation system calculates the total number of checkouts at the end of the day. The final count for Saturday was 30,000,225.

To celebrate the occasion, the Friends of the Library held a prize drawing for every customer who checked out an item that day that was won by Michelle Brill of East Brunswick.

“When I moved to East Brunswick in 1983 one of the first places I knew I needed to find was the library,” Brill said. “It wowed me then and continues to impress each time I go. I think it’s the pride of East Brunswick.”

This milestone coincides with the East Brunswick Public Library’s 50th anniversary, which will be celebrated this May.

On February 12, East Brunswick Public Library (2 Jean Walling Civic Center) celebrated an incredible milestone. The library circulated its 30 millionth item.

“This is a huge accomplishment for us,” said Library Director Jennifer Podolsky. “Our customers realize that libraries are more than just books, and stop by to borrow movies, music, video games and even museum passes. They can now borrow digital items from us on their own schedule.”

The library doesn’t know exactly know what book or other item was the 30 millionth item checked out, as the computer circulation system calculates the total number of checkouts at the end of the day. The final count for Saturday was 30,000,225.

To celebrate the occasion, the Friends of the Library held a prize drawing for every customer who checked out an item that day that was won by Michelle Brill of East Brunswick.

“When I moved to East Brunswick in 1983 one of the first places I knew I needed to find was the library,” Brill said. “It wowed me then and continues to impress each time I go. I think it’s the pride of East Brunswick.”

This milestone coincides with the East Brunswick Public Library’s 50th anniversary, which will be celebrated this May.


EBPL Launches New Job Search and Career Navigation Service

EBPL Launches New Job Search and Career Navigation Service

Posted December 21, 2016


East Brunswick Public Library now offers local residents access to New Jersey Career Connections, a new job search and career navigation service provided at local libraries and One-Stop Career Centers throughout the state.

Led by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development and provided in partnership with the New Jersey State Library, New Jersey Career Connections offers local residents at all stages in their careers access to effective job search and career navigation services.

“Being a Career Connections library allows East Brunswick Public Library to help our customers in a completely different way,” said Library Director Jennifer Podolsky. “Job searching and career resources are two areas that our staff are always asked about, and we are happy that we are better able to provide these services.” 

Some of the services now provided by the library include job search guidance by trained library staff, assistance navigating the New Jersey Career Connections website and referrals to local One-Stop Career Centers for advanced assistance. Nineteen local libraries, including the State Library, have received grants from the New Jersey Department of Labor to provide New Jersey Career Connections services.

New Jersey Career Connections services are available in person at One-Stop Career Centers and participating library locations as well as at CareerConnections.nj.gov, offering New Jerseyans the flexibility to determine how best to explore their career options. A list of all partner locations is available on the New Jersey Career Connections website.

The interactive, easy-to-use and mobile-optimized Career Connections website enables users to work independently, researching and accessing interactive tools at their convenience. In addition to an interactive job board, the new website features networking tips, up-to-date labor market information, interview advice, and easy access to government resources including unemployment insurance.

East Brunswick Public Library provides New Jersey Career Connections services Monday (9 am to 1 pm), Tuesday (5 pm to 9 pm), Wednesday (1 pm to 5 pm), Thursday (1 pm to 5 pm), Friday (1 pm to 5 pm) and Saturday (12 pm to 5 pm).

More information about New Jersey Career Connections can be found online


January 2017 Computer Classes

January 2017 Computer Classes

Posted December 15, 2016


Check out our computer class schedule for January 2017!

East Brunswick Public Library (2 Jean Walling Civic Center) has released a full schedule of computer classes for the month of January. Classes cover a variety of topics, including e-mail basics to the Microsoft Office programs. The complete list of programs is:

Intro to Word (Tuesday, January 3, 6:30 pm)
An introduction to the popular word processing program.  Learn how to create, edit and save documents; how to format and print, along with tips and hints. 
Prerequisite: PC Literacy or familiarity with the mouse and the keyboard.

Word II (Tuesday, January 10, 6:30 pm)
Students will build on the skills learned in the Introduction to Word.  Learn to do paragraph formatting and about TAB settings, create headers and footers, use Find and Replace, insert bullets and numbers, subscripts and superscripts, AutoCorrect entries and WordArt.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Word or the ability to create, edit and save documents; copy and paste, and be familiar with the Office toolbars.

Word III (Tuesday, January 17, 6:30 pm)
Students will continue to build on the skills learned in MS Word II. Add interest to your documents by learning how to add and format tables and columns, as well as footnotes and endnotes. Pick up new skills for inserting images; and learn the basics of mail merge for letters, labels and envelopes.
Prerequisite: MS Word II or basic Word processing skills, such as copying and pasting, editing and saving, and the skills learned in Word II.

Word IV (Tuesday, January 24, 6:30 pm)
Students learn advanced Word document formatting and editing skills in this class. Content will cover using and creating styles and templates, inserting a table of contents (the easy way once you have employed styles), themes, cross references, reviewing documents and password protection.
Prerequisite: Word III or Word processing skills, such as copying and pasting, editing and saving, and the skills learned in Word II.

Email Basics I (Wednesday, January 11, 2 pm)
Learn to use electronic mail to communicate with others. Includes creating a Yahoo! web-based email account, reading, sending, replying, and forwarding messages.
Prerequisite: PC Literacy I and II or basic Internet and word processing experience.

Email Basics II (Wednesday, January 18, 2 pm)
Build upon the skills learned in Email Basics Part I. Students will learn how to set up an address book, create folders, attach files and avoid computer viruses.
Prerequisite: Email Basics Part One class or equivalent email experience AND a free web-based Yahoo! account.

Intro to Excel (Saturday, January 7, 9:30 am)
An introduction to the popular spreadsheet program.  Learn how to create, edit and save spreadsheets, how to use formulas and print, along with tips and hints.
Prerequisite: MS Word class or equivalent PC experience.

Excel II (Saturday, January 14, 9:30 am)
Students will build upon the skills learned in Excel Basics.  They will learn how to create equations, use AutoSum, freeze/unfreeze panes, hide/unhide columns, sort & filter data, format their document’s appearance and more.
Prerequisite: Excel Basics class or equivalent PC experience.

Excel III (Saturday, January 21, 9:30 am)
Students will continue advancing their intermediate skills in Excel. They will learn how to use the data tab to import data, do more work with formulas, create simple macros for repetitive tasks and explore more of the page layout options. As time permits, students will also explore Excel templates and conditional formatting in Excel 2013.

Prerequisite: Excel II or equivalent PC experience. Introduction to the new Microsoft Office is recommended.

Excel IV (Saturday, January 28, 9:30 am)
Students continue their mastery of Excel in this class offering. They learn how to create and modify pivot tables, to protect cells and worksheets, to create and use the payment function, to create and use forms for data entry, to use the VLookup function, learn the advantages for defining data as a table, and how to use Excel as an architectural design tool. In addition, the class will offer an overview of best practices for spreadsheet design.
Prerequisite: Excel III or equivalent Excel experience.

Intro to PowerPoint (Thursday, January 12, 6:30 pm)
Learn basic PowerPoint skills for creating and editing presentations; how to add excitement with images, animations, & transitions; & tips for viewing and saving. Presentation software guidelines used by professional trainers to create a professional looking slideshow will also be shown. 
Prerequisite: Students MUST be comfortable using MS Word.

PowerPoint II (Thursday, January 19, 6:30 pm
Learn a variety of advanced tasks to embellish your PowerPoint presentations. This will include creating Slide Masters, detailed skills for adding images (clipart, shapes, WordArt and more) and manipulating them and how to insert charts. Animations and transitions basics will also be covered as well as a miscellaneous array of tips and hints for better navigation.
Prerequisite: Intro to PowerPoint or equivalent experience. Students must be comfortable with the basic PowerPoint framework and navigation.

PowerPoint III (Thursday, January 26, 6:30 pm)
Students will continue with the advanced topics learned in PowerPoint II. Topics covered include creating custom designs, dimming text, using SmartArt graphics, rehearsed timings, looping, hidden slides, quarter screen viewing and more as time permits.
Prerequisite:  PowerPoint II or equivalent PowerPoint experience.

The Intro to Word, Intro to Excel, Intro to PowerPoint, Email Basics and LEAP iPad classes are free. All other classes are $10 for LMxAC cardholders and $15 for non-LMxAC cardholders. All class fees are nonrefundable.

To sign up for any class, visit the online library calendar at http://www.ebpl.org or call the Information Desk at 732-390-6767.


December Computer Classes At EBPL

December Computer Classes At EBPL

Posted November 18, 2016


East Brunswick Public Library has released a full schedule of computer classes for the month of December. Classes cover a variety of topics, including computer basics to the Microsoft Office programs.

East Brunswick Public Library  has released a full schedule of computer classes for the month of December.

Classes cover a variety of topics, including computer basics to the Microsoft Office programs. The complete list of programs is:

PC Literacy I (Monday, December 6, 6:30 pm)
An introduction to basic computer use: includes keyboard and mouse skills, clicking and scrolling, and an introduction to computer terminology. There are no prerequisites.

PC Literacy II (Monday, December 13, 6:30 pm)
Continuation of computer basics from PC Literacy I. Participants will learn how to execute basic computer tasks including copying and pasting, creating, editing and saving documents, print preview and printing. Students will also receive an introduction to the basic layout and components of program toolbars.
Prerequisite: PC Literacy I class or the ability to use a mouse and basic keyboarding skills.

LEAP Home Computer: Magnification (Wednesday, December 7 and 14, 1 pm)
The Library Equal Access Program (LEAP) provides FREE training in the use of assistive technology to adults 55 years of age or older with vision problems. This moderately advanced class will show you how to download a free program, Zoom Text and Ease of Access Center, and how to use it to navigate your computer and the internet.

LEAP Home Computer: JAWS Screen Reader (Wednesday, December 21 and 28, 1 pm)
The Library Equal Access Program (LEAP) provides FREE training in the use of assistive technology to adults 55 years of age or older with vision problems. This moderately advanced class will show you how to use JAWS to navigate your computer and the Internet.

Intro to Excel (Thursday, December 6, 6:30 pm)
An introduction to the popular spreadsheet program.  Learn how to create, edit and save spreadsheets, how to use formulas and print, along with tips and hints.
Prerequisite: MS Word class or equivalent PC experience.

Excel II (Thursday, December 13, 6:30 pm)
Students will build upon the skills learned in Excel Basics.  They will learn how to create equations, use AutoSum, freeze/unfreeze panes, hide/unhide columns, sort & filter data, format their document’s appearance and more.
Prerequisite: Excel Basics class or equivalent PC experience.

Excel III (Thursday, December 20, 6:30 pm)

Students will continue advancing their intermediate skills in Excel. They will learn how to use the data tab to import data, do more work with formulas, create simple macros for repetitive tasks and explore more of the page layout options. As time permits, students will also explore Excel templates and conditional formatting in Excel 2013.

Prerequisite: Excel II or equivalent PC experience. Introduction to the new Microsoft Office is recommended.

 

Excel IV (Thursday, December 27, 6:30 pm)

Students continue their mastery of Excel in this class offering. They learn how to create and modify pivot tables, to protect cells and worksheets, to create and use the payment function, to create and use forms for data entry, to use the VLookup function, learn the advantages for defining data as a table, and how to use Excel as an architectural design tool. In addition, the class will offer an overview of best practices for spreadsheet design

Prerequisite: Excel III or equivalent Excel experience.

 

Intro to PowerPoint
Saturday, December 3, 9:30 am) Learn basic PowerPoint skills for creating and editing presentations; how to add excitement with images, animations, & transitions; & tips for viewing and saving. Presentation software guidelines used by professional trainers to create a professional looking slideshow will also be shown. 
Prerequisite: Students MUST be comfortable using MS Word.

 

PowerPoint II (Saturday, December 10, 9:30 am)
Learn a variety of advanced tasks to embellish your PowerPoint presentations. This will include creating Slide Masters, detailed skills for adding images (clipart, shapes, WordArt and more) and manipulating them and how to insert charts. Animations and transitions basics will also be covered as well as a miscellaneous array of tips and hints for better navigation.
Prerequisite: Intro to PowerPoint or equivalent experience. Students must be comfortable with the basic PowerPoint framework and navigation.

PowerPoint III (Saturday, December 17, 9:30 am)
Students will continue with the advanced topics learned in PowerPoint II. Topics covered include creating custom designs, dimming text, using SmartArt graphics, rehearsed timings, looping, hidden slides, quarter screen viewing and more as time permits.
Prerequisite:  PowerPoint II or equivalent PowerPoint experience.

The Intro to Word, Intro to Excel, Intro to PowerPoint, Email Basics and LEAP iPad classes are free. All other classes are $10 for LMxAC cardholders and $15 for non-LMxAC cardholders. All class fees are nonrefundable.

To sign up for any class, visit the online library calendar call the Information Desk at 732-390-6767.


EB Con comes to EBPL

EB Con comes to EBPL

Posted November 08, 2016


Join the East Brunswick Public Library for EB Con! It will be an afternoon celebrating comics, fandoms, cosplay, gaming and more!

Join the East Brunswick Public Library on Saturday, December 3 for EB Con! It will be an afternoon celebrating comics, cosplay, gaming and more! It's a day for everyone to celebrate all of our favorite fandoms. The event is from 12-4 pm and features several different programs throughout the day. Check back often, as we finalize our schedule!

Guest of Honor: Fred Van Lente

Our featured guest is Fred Van Lente, the #1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning writer of comics like Archer & Armstrong (Harvey Award nominee, Best Series), Action Philosophers! (American Library Association Best Graphic Novel for Teens), and Cowboys & Aliens (with Andrew Foley), the basis for the feature film. His many other titles include Resurrectionists, The Comic Book History of Comics, The Incredible Hercules (with Greg Pak), Taskmaster, Marvel Zombies and The Amazing Spider-Man.

Fred is the writer of The Comic Book History of Comics, and will discuss his book at 1 pm in our meeting room. Ever wonder about the history of comics? Fred will be giving a quick, fun look at all you need to know about the incredible story of how comics, graphic novels and manga came to be. And if you have questions about comics, the comics industry, or comics history, come and get 'em answered! 

Harry Potter Trivia

Come test your Harry Potter knowledge at 2:30 pm. All books, movies, and plays will be covered, so spoilers ahead! Bring your own team or be matched with others! Tickets will be given out 30 minutes before the event.

Lego Master Builder Amado Canlas Pinlac

Amado Canlas Pinlac (also known as ACPin on Facebook, Flickr, Google+ and YouTube) has been building LEGO creations in various themes for over fifteen years. His works have been featured/blogged in various online LEGO fan sites/forums and published in the Lego Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary, Steampunk Lego books and BrickJournal magazines.

He's been an active member of local/international Lego forums/sites and has exhibited his works in Lego stores, public conventions/shows most recently in BrickFair Virginia (August 2016) at Dulles Expo Center and in PlayFair NYC (February 2016) at the Jacob Javits Convention Center.

David Rin of Bit-Journal Games

Indie game developer David Rin is showing off Bit-Journal Games latest project Eternal Jupiter. This sci-fi game is a vertical shooter that mixes in some hack and slash elements for good measure, allowing you to save the planet Jupiter from a tyrannical government enslaving its inhabitants. You can find more information about Eternal Jupiter here

Writer Deanna Destito

Deanna got her start in comics working for Wizard: The Guide to Comics interviewing many comic professionals and researching, writing, and editing articles for the magazine. From there, she worked as a freelance editor for Dreamwave Productions, working specifically on their Transformers line of comics. Her most recent work can be found in Rusty Metal Media's The Dark Reaches Volume 1, a horror anthology graphic novel in which she collaborated with The Walking Dead's Rus Wooton. Her articles and short stories have been featured in print and online publications in various industries and genres. She has also served as copy editor for many independent comic books, magazines, websites, and role-playing game books. She has an obsession with all things horror, specifically the lowest budget horror movies available.

Read Furiously

Based out of Central New Jersey, Read Furiously began as a reading blog that soon took on a life of its own as it's creators discovered that they wanted to do more than just read stories. They wanted to celebrate stories and to help bring them to life. This led Read Furiously to expand into its own publishing house featuring graphic novels, prose, poetry, zines, all with a focus on high quality storytelling from a diverse cross section of creative talents. 

At Read Furiously, it is the company's goal to create a new generation of readers - furious readers - who view reading as a necessary part to living in this busy world. It is their belief that reading isn't a chore or something we do to show off to others; reading is an activity that brings people together and helps us to make sense of where we come from and where we are going. Each title that Read Furiously publishes is carefully curated to reflect these values. Learn more about Read Furiously here

Geek Crafts

  • Comic Book Magnets
  • Comic Book Buttons
  • Harry Potter Wands
  • Elf Ears

Video and Table Top Gaming

Comics and hoopla digital

Kids Activities

  • DIY Cape Making
  • Comic Cooking
  • Making Comics With Your iPad
  • Makey Makey Lightsaber Jedi Battle Training
  • Face Painting

Cosplay Rules

  1. EB Con is a family-friendly event.  No nudity, and the semblance of nudity is not allowed.  Please ensure that all costumes are properly secured at all times and are not prone to “wardrobe malfunctions” or “indecent accidents.”
  2. For safety reasons, please wear footwear at all times. 
  3. Weapons (or prop weapons) are not allowed.  Swords, knives, or any other metal objects with an edge are prohibited.  Guns, or anything that shoots a projectile are prohibited.
  4. For the safety of you and others, anything with wheels, except for wheelchairs, is not allowed inside the building.  This includes skateboards, scooters, bicycles, roller skates, rollerblades, etc.
  5. Mock or play-fighting is not allowed in the hallways or in the building.
  6. Large costumes must be no more than 2 feet in all directions, due to the blocking of traffic flow and other hazards.
  7. Be nice to each other. It is great to play as our character, but be mindful of others. If you come dressed as the Joker and find someone dressed as Batman, please don’t harass Batman, especially if he doesn’t want to play along.

We reserve the right to ban or remove any attendees who do not follow the above rules or are creating a disturbance or hazard for other attendees.  Please be courteous and respectful to others, and most of all have fun!

Special thanks to the Friends of the East Brunswick Public Library for sponsoring EB Con!


Get Ready For College At East Brunswick Public Library

Get Ready For College At East Brunswick Public Library

Posted October 28, 2016


East Brunswick Public Library offers two programs for college bound students.

East Brunswick Public Library hosts two special programs to help high school students plan for college.

Kaplan Test Prep is holding a practice SAT and ACT test session on Saturday, November 12 at 12:30 pm. Students will have the opportunity to take a fully-proctored paper-and pencil exam to give them experience of being in the actual test environment.  Following the test, results will be available.

The practice test takes approximately four hours. Test takers will need to bring a calculator, two #2 pencils, a fully charged web enabled device or smartphone, a snack and water. Registration for the practice test is required. It must be done online

The library is also hosting a scholarship hunting workshop with Nikki Bruno, educational consultant and president of Student Coaching Services, on Tuesday, November 15 at 7 pm. Topics covered include the different types of scholarships, where to find them and how to increase your chances of receiving one.

During the second half of the program, participants will have time to research and apply for scholarships with Bruno’s assistance. The library will have computers available, but if possible participants should bring their own laptop.

Both programs are free and are geared towards college-bound high school students. A complete list of upcoming library programs for teens can be found here


November Computer Training Classes

November Computer Training Classes

Posted October 27, 2016


East Brunswick Public Library offers several computer classes during the month of November.

Did you know that East Brunswick Public Library offers several different computer classes? Here is the library's schedule for the month of November:

Email Basics I Monday, November 14, 2 pm
Email Basics II Monday, November 21, 2 pm

Intro to Excel Tuesday, November 1, 6:30 pm
Excel II Tuesday, November 8, 6:30 pm
Excel III Tuesday, November 15, 6:30 pm
Excel IV Tuesday, November 22, 6:30 pm

LEAP iPad: Advanced Zoom Wednesday, November 2, 1 pm
LEAP Computer: Basic Skills Wednesday, November 9, 1 pm
LEAP Computer: Basic Skills Wednesday, November 16, 1 pm
LEAP Computer: Basic Skills Wednesday, November 23, 1 pm
LEAP Computer: Basic Skills Wednesday, November 30, 1 pm

Intro to Ancestry Library Wednesday, November 2, 7 pm

Intro to Word Saturday, November 5, 9:30 am
Word II Saturday, November 12, 9:30 am
Word III Saturday, November 19, 9:30 am
Word IV Saturday, November 26, 9:30 am

Email Basics I and II, Intro to Excel, Intro to Word, Intro to Ancestry Library, LEAP iPad and LEAP Computer classes are free. All other classes are $10 for LMxAC cardholders, and $15 for non-LMxAC cardholders. LEAP classes are free training classes on special software for the visually impiared and students must be 55 years old and up.

To sign up for any classes, click the Sign Me Up button on the class page in the Library Calendar or call the Information Desk at 732-390-6767. All class fees are nonrefundable. 


Two Additions To Museum Pass Program

Two Additions To Museum Pass Program

Posted October 26, 2016


East Brunswick Public Library is expanding its popular museum pass program. Insectropolis of Toms River, NJ, and the Garden State Discovery Museum of Cherry Hill, NJ, are now included.

East Brunswick Public Library (2 Jean Walling Civic Center) is expanding its popular museum pass program. Insectropolis of Toms River, NJ, and the Garden State Discovery Museum of Cherry Hill, NJ, are now included.

“Since we began our museum pass program, it has been very popular with our patrons,” said Stephanie Filippone, adult services manager. “Thanks to generous support of the Friends of the Library, we were able to add two more museums to the program.”

Insectropolis is a fun and unique insect learning center for all ages. Set within the architecture of a bug-theme city, the displays and hands-on exhibits let you explore the world of insects. No visit is complete without petting one of the residents—a live tarantula, scorpion, millipede and even a hissing cockroach!

The Garden State Discovery Museum is a hands-on celebration of imagination where children can discover a world just their size and adults can share in their discoveries.  Some of the exhibits include a rock climbing wall, building a two-story house and getting inside a gigantic bubble

The other museums that are part of the museum pass program are the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, PA; the Frick Collection in New York, NY; Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ; the Guggenheim Museum in New York, NY; and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York, NY.

Museum passes can be reserved online by East Brunswick Public Library cardholders (ages 18 and up) who owe fewer than $25 in library fines, fees or lost materials.