Register for Final Digital Resources Computer Class
Learn to use our digital library in our remaining Digital Resource class before our closure.
Whether you’re hitting the road, relaxing by the pool or at the beach, or wondering how you’ll survive while the library is briefly closed for renovations this summer, EBPL’s Digital Resources are the solution!
EBPL’s Digital Resources allow you to access tens of thousands of titles from your PC or mobile device! EBPL’s Hoopla, eLibraryNJ, and RB Digital Magazines subscriptions allow you to borrow audiobooks, movies, eBooks, and eMagazines for on the go access.
The Digital Resources class will cover registering for and using Hoopla, eLibraryNJ, and RB Digital Magazines on the web and on mobile devices.
Courses will be held in the EBPL training lab:
Monday August 7th 4:00 PM
Registration is required. To register visit http://www.ebpl.org/main/ebpl-events-calendar.cfm or call 732-390-6767. For more information about computer training courses at the library please contact email@example.com.
Best of the Best Readers Choice Contest
Vote for East Brunswick Public Library as "Best Public Library" in the Home News Tribune's Best of the Best of Middlesex County Readers Choice Contest 2017! Click Here
Service Project Saturday
Come help the community at a park cleanup at Heavenly Farms on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
The Reading to Action Project pairs a book discussion with a community service project.
We will be meeting in the parking lot by the baseball fieldl, closest to the Dunhams Corner Road entrance.
This program is co-sponsored by the Friends of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission.
Final TED Talk Discussion Today
Join us for a viewing of TED Talks related to the subject of world cultures on Wednesday, July 26 at 2:30PM.
The viewing will be followed by a lively discussion where you can share your thoughts on this topic.
Discussions will be held at 2:30 PM.
About the Series:
Want to share your thoughts and learn about cutting-edge development and innovation on some of the most significant topics in the world today? Come join us for a viewing and lively discussion on various topics every Wednesday afternoon from June 14-July 26.
- June 14: Food (2:00PM - special time)
- June 21: Education
- June 28: Humor
- July 5: Environment
- July 12: Music
- July 19: Movies & Film
Teens & Adults Paint Stones of Inspiration Tonight
Teens and adults can paint Stones of Inspiration on Thursday, July 20 at 7:00PM.
Teens & Adults: In celebration of our summer reading theme, "Build a Better World", come paint a stone with inspiring themes that will be placed around the library.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Hiking the Appalachian Trail Lecture Tonight
Learn about hiking the Appalachian Trail on Monday, July 17 at 7PM.
At age 77, Mike Venus became the fourth oldest person to hike the entire Appalachian Trail. Mike will present a slideshow of photos he captured along the way and will discuss the history of the famous Trail; the process of preparing for the hike (including attendance at a boot camp); and factors that determine how likely one might be to succeed on the hike.
Trivia! Night Returns Tonight
Our Trivia! Night returns Wednesday, July 12 at 7PM. Join us for a mix of history, pop culture, and more!
Our Trivia! Night is a mix of pub trivia and a famous TV game show.
Bring your teammates, or meet new people and play together!
There is a maximum of six people per team.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Register Now: Wired Wednesdays for Adults Computer Classes
Join instructor Beth Ritter-Guth and learn about the "deep web" and "the Internet of Things" in this special computer class series in July.
All classes require registration and are free and open to ages 18 and older.
Wired Wednesday, Topic 1: Spies, Lies, and HackersWednesday, July 12 | 7PM-9PM
Join this class as we explore "the deep dark web" in Part 1 of this series "Wired Wednesdays" for people with an interest in the emerging web.
Wired Wednesday, Topic 2: The Internet of ThingsWednesday, July 19 | 7PM-9PM
Join this class as we explore what "The Internet of Things" is (and why we should care).
Our guest instructor Beth Ritter-Guth is the Director of Instructional Design and Director of American Honors at Union County College. Her use of innovative technology and virtual worlds in the teaching of literature has been recognized by the Chronicle of Higher Education, USA Today, America Online, and Wired Magazine.
Screening: "Portrait of Wally" Tonight
Date Correction: The documentary screening of "Portrait of Wally" will be held on *Monday*, July 10 at 7PM.
The documentary is about the painting “Portrait of Wally,” an oil painting by artist Egon Schiele. The piece belonged to an Austrian art collector Lea Bondi Jaray, and was taken by the Nazis during World War II. This film chronicles the Bondi family’s struggle to reclaim the portrait.
“Portrait of Wally” was directed by Andrew Shea. It was a selection at several festivals, including the Tribeca Film Festival, AFI/Discovery Channel Silverdocs Documentary Festival and the Vancouver International Film Festival
This screening is co-sponsored by the Eat Brunswick Human Relations Council and the East Brunswick Arts Commission.
The movie screening is free and open to the public. “Portrait of Wally” is not rated and runs 92 minutes.
Bocce Ball Tournament Saturday
Come and enjoy a friendly tournament of bocce ball on Saturday, July 8 at 1:30PM.
Come with a teammate, or meet someone new! Register your 2-person team at 1 p.m. next to the court.
Weather Note: If it rains the morning of the program, the tournament may be postponed, as the court may not be playable. Please check back Saturday morning for an update.
This is a program for teens and adults.The bocce ball court is next to the Senior Center at 3 Jean Walling Civic Center Drive.