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Please return library materials at our outdoor book drops which are open 7 days a week. Returned items are quarantined for 7 days and will remain checked out to your library card until the quarantine period is complete. Please call 732-390-6888 for instructions on returning lendable kits.


Library News

Unlocking Your Body's Energy for Power and Healing

Unlocking Your Body's Energy for Power and Healing

Posted September 20, 2014

Reduce stress and improve your quality of life Thursday, Oct. 2 * 7 to 9 p.m.

A bold, entertaining, and interactive presentation by local wellness expert, Dr. Ken Freedman. From his 35 years of practice experience, he will share how you can remove barriers and find your inherent power to self-heal and bulletproof yourself against stress. You will learn how to see your body in a new way, and receive transformational wellness tools to improve your quality of life and longevity.

East Brunswick Roots Project: PUERTO RICO

East Brunswick Roots Project: PUERTO RICO

Posted September 16, 2014

Explore the history of Puerto Rico during the next East Brunswick Roots Project. Thursday, Oct. 9 * 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Our next East Brunswick Roots Project will explore the political structure of Puerto Rico within a historical context, discussing questions and issues on P.R. citizens' rights and addressing whether statehood is in the best interests of Puerto Rico and/or the U.S.  

Later, on Sunday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m., explore the “Nuyorican Origins of Salsa,” with a talk and performance by the José Obando Salsa Trio. This free performance will focus on the origins of salsa among New York’s East Puerto Rican immigrants.

These programs are made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the East Brunswick Arts Commission and the Friends of the Library.



"Navy Crazy: Michael Aaron Rockland discusses his new book

Posted September 13, 2014

Author Michael Aaron Rockland returns to talk about his newest book, "Navy Crazy." Monday, Sept. 22 * 7 p.m.

Meet author Michael Aaron Rockland at the East Brunswick Public Library as he discusses his new book, "Navy Crazy." The book is a memoir of Rockland's time in military service as a young medic working in a locked psychiatric ward with Navy and Marine mental patients in Japan. It was peacetime. With no one to shoot, people in the military began shooting themselves and each other. During his time in the ward, Rockland came close to being murdered twice. I was also partly responsible for the death of a patient which is something I shall always regret. There was also a riotous visit to the ward by Cardinal Spellman of New York. A mixture of tragedy and comedy taking place a decade or so after World War II, when "Made in Japan" was still a joke.   

World Party! Discussion Group

World Party! Discussion Group

Posted September 09, 2014

Celebrate multicultural authors with at our next World Party!@ Monday, Sept. 15 * 7:30 p.m.

Short stories are popular the world over - so join us for a new discussion group with a focus on multicultural authors and stories. Every other month we'll be meeting to discuss an individual story. Pick up a copy of the selection at the Information Desk. All are welcome! For more information, contact Jill D'Amico at or 732-390-6772.

Covering Our Communities: How to get New Jerseyans the health care they need

Covering Our Communities: How to get New Jerseyans the health care they need

Posted September 06, 2014

Join a discussion on Health care access and literacy. Thursday, Sept. 11 * 7 to 9 p.m.

Sit in on a panel co-sponsored with New Jersey Citizen Action that focuses on health care access and literacy – how to get health insurance and know how to use it.  The Panel will discuss the innovative East Brunswick Public Library service, “Just for the Health of It.”

Panelists include: Jackie Cornell-Bechelli, US Dept. of Health and Human Services; Dena Mottola Jaborska, Director of Advocacy and Organizing, NJ Citizen Action; & the NJ for Health Care Coalition; Justine Ceserano, NJ State Director, Enroll America; and Karen Parry, Manager, Information Services, East Brunswick Public Library.

This event will be held in Meeting Room 2 at the East Brunswick Public Library.


A Network, Marketing Extravaganza

A Network, Marketing Extravaganza

Posted September 06, 2014

Meet experts and discuss different aspects of marketing. Thursday, Sept. 18 * 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Imagine an event that combines great food, networking, and a chance to learn marketing strategies from top experts to help your business grow. Central Jersey Business Alliance has partnered with the Business Resource Center@ The East Brunswick Public Library to bring this event to our small business community. The “Network-eting” Extravaganza will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 18. This free event will include presenters from a variety of industries who will share their expertise on different aspects of marketing. A light dinner sponsored by Chili’s of East Brunswick will be served.

The speaker list includes: Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin, who will speak about “The Secrets of Great Relationship Building”; Darr Kartychak, who will focus on “What’s Hot in Print Marketing Today”; Tracy Fink, MBA, on “Networking Secrets from a Marketing Guru”; Ajay Kumar, CPA, on “Cross-Cultural Business Etiquette”; and Jennifer Gardella, PhD, from Your Social Media Hour, will discuss “What to Consider When You’re Considering Social Media for your Business.

Space is limited.  Reservations are required.  To reserve your space, email: For more information call 732-690-5496 or visit