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Six Ways To Get More Involved With EBPL
Everyone loves East Brunswick Public Library! Find out how you can become more involved with your favorite library.
East Brunswick Public Library has amazing customers; the library served nearly 349,000 people who came through our doors last year! One of the things we always we always hear from of our customers is how can they be more active with the library. Here are six ways that you can become more involved with EBPL!
Volunteer At The Library
Volunteering at the library can be a rewarding experience, and there are several projects available. Individuals interested in volunteering may pick up an application at the Administration Office or the Information Services desk.
Be Our Friend
East Brunswick Public Library has one of the most active and vibrant--not to mention longest running--Friends of the Library groups in New Jersey! Whether it is working at their Annual Bargain Book and Media Sale or their other countless programs, they can always use your help. Whether you are looking to just lend a hand or to join the Friends, check out their website.
Show Your Art
East Brunswick has a strong art community, and the library showcases different local artists each month. The library has gallery spaces and display cases that we are always looking to fill. If you are interested in displaying your work at East Brunswick Public Library, click here to submit your proposal.
Use Amazon Smile
Do you shop on Amazon? The online retailer has a special program that lets you designate the East Brunswick Public Library Foundation as the recipient of a donation, based on 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases. Click here and select the East Brunswick Public Library Foundation to be the charitable organization you support.
Watch More EBTV
EBTV is our local municipal television station, based out of the library. Did you know that you can watch their programming, like This Week In East Brunswick, on your computer, smartphone or tablet? Check out their Video On Demand here.
Are you a younger adult (between the ages of 20 and 39) and looking to make new friends? Our Library Xchange regularly hosts several fun programs that you can attend, designed for you to do after work that range from crafting, gaming and even meeting up at local restaurants for book discussions on the weekends! The group also helps make suggestions about library events and programs. Join the official MeetUp group here.