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Defensive Driving Class to be Offered Again in December

Defensive Driving Class to be Offered Again in December

Posted November 14, 2007 B By Joanne Mullowney


Erase your points, and save money on your car insurance by signing up for a NJ-approved class taught by an experienced police detective/accident investigator.
Next Session Dates: December 10th & 11th, 6:30 - 10 p.m.
Attendance is limited to 30 people and you must attend two consecutive evenings in order to be eligible for credit.


Attention Defensive Driving Registrants:
Please stop by The Library and pick up a registration form at the Circulation Desk or click here for a printable copy. The form should be received by December 5th. As class size is limited to 30, applications will be taken on a first-come, first serve basis. Kindly direct any questions to 732-485-9714.


Storytelling Festival Featuring Ed Stivender -- Tickets Still Available

Storytelling Festival Featuring Ed Stivender -- Tickets Still Available

Posted November 06, 2007 B By Joanne Mullowney


ADULT PERFORMANCE: Sat., Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m. $15 including dessert buffet
FAMILY PERFORMANCE (ages 7 and up) Sun., Nov. 18, 2 p.m. $3 each or maximum $7 per family

Ed Stivender! Tickets are on sale now at the Circulation desk or you may download the form [here] which you can fill out and bring in or send to the Circulation desk for two shows by award-winning storyteller Ed Stivender, called “the Robin Williams of storytelling” by The Miami Herald. A perennial favorite at the National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee, he has delighted audiences from Ireland to Indonesia with his appealing way with a story while accompanying himself on banjo. He won the Most Original Character award at the Philadelphia Mummers Parade and worked with that city’s Historic Philadelphia Inc. to create a colonial reenactment for the lauded “Once Upon a Nation” project. Besides being an internationally popular raconteur and musicia