The library building may be closed, but the virtual library is open.

Our librarians are available to answer your questions Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10am - 6pm, Tuesday, Thursday 12pm - 8pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sundays Closed. Click here or call 732-390-6767. A librarian will respond to your request as soon as possible.

Curbside Pickup available Monday - Saturday. Please call 732-390-6888 to make an appointment.

Items checked out prior to March 16, 2020 are due back by July 31. Please return items at our outdoor book drops Monday 8:30 am - Saturday 7:30 pm (closed Sunday). Fines for items returned after July 31 will be waived until the library building reopens. Lendable kits cannot be returned at book drops. You will be contacted by library staff for information on returning these items.

 

Library News

POSTPONED: The Friends of the Library Annual Book and Media Sale

POSTPONED: The Friends of the Library Annual Book and Media Sale

Posted February 29, 2020


The Friends of the East Brunswick Public Library Annual Book and Media Sale at Brunswick Square Mall has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for this fall. We will let you know as soon as the dates are confirmed.


Children's Museum of Manhattan Added To Our Museum Pass Program

Children's Museum of Manhattan Added To Our Museum Pass Program

Posted February 25, 2020


We just added the Children's Museum of Manhattan to our Museum Pass Program More Info

Our Museum Pass Program just got better. You can now reserve museum passes for the Children's Museum of Manhattan with your East Brunswick Public Library card! Special thanks to the Friends of the Library for their continued sponsorship and support of the Museum Pass Program.

Founded in 1973 by parents as a grassroots, neighborhood organization, the Children’s Museum flourished. Today it is a beloved citywide resource for children, family, and educators as well as a popular destination for visitors from around the world. Each year approximately 350,000 people visit our 38,000 square-foot learning facility on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Hundreds of thousands more benefit from the museum’s outreach programs at schools, libraries, homeless shelters, Head Start centers, and hospitals; its touring exhibitions; and its online tools and curricula.

Visitors can enjoy more than 80 workshops, classes, and performances free with admission to the Museum each week. Our professional development programs are available to parents, educators, childcare providers, and healthcare professionals as a means to share and reinforce learning with children and their families who may not be able to visit.

All of the Museum’s work is designed to be replicated and shared with other organizations. We begin by collaborating with respected research and academic institutions and we also partner with national and local government agencies. We are particularly grateful to our forward-looking funders and supporters and are honored to work with other cultural, academic, arts, governmental and civil society groups dedicated to the welfare and advancement of children and families.

Click here to reserve your museum passes.


Commute to NYC by Park-N-Ride? Check Out Our New Pop Up Libraries!

Commute to NYC by Park-N-Ride? Check Out Our New Pop Up Libraries!

Posted February 24, 2020


Do you commute from Neilson Plaza or the Transportation Center?

We just added our second digital pop up library for commuters at Nielson Plaza!

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"I Am Not Your Negro" Screening Tonight

Posted February 12, 2020


Join us for a screening & facilitated discussion of, "I Am Not Your Negro" on Wednesday, February 12 at 7:00 pm. This Oscar-nominated documentary is narrated by Samuel L. Jackson that explores the continued peril America faces from institutionalized racism.
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Meditation Lecture Tonight

Meditation Lecture Tonight

Posted February 06, 2020


Join Jim Rose this Tuesday at 7:00 pm to learn a simple meditation technique that can help you in all aspects of your life.
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CANCELLED: Tonight's Lead Poisoning Talk

CANCELLED: Tonight's Lead Poisoning Talk

Posted February 04, 2020


The "Protect Your Child from Lead Poisoning" scheduled for Tuesday, February 4, has been cancelled due to low registration. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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