Be sure to check out the full calendar here.

Summer Reading Starts on June 18

We're looking forward to seeing you online for Summer Reading! 

Children, from birth through age 12 can join the Summer Reading Club and earn badges and prizes using our new online platform, READsquared.  We'll be kicking off Summer Reading's Imagine Your Story theme with a Bookmark Craft on Thursday at 11:30am on Facebook and Family Trivia on Thursday at 4pm - register here to receive the Zoom link.  

More details about Children's Summer Reading can be found here.  If you or a loved one will not have access to a computer or mobile device but would like to participate in the Children's Summer Reading Club, the Library will mail print materials upon request.  For more information, contact Sharlene or call 732-463-1633 x7.  
The Teen Summer Reading Club is open to teens entering Grades 7-12 in Fall 2020 and will run from June 18 to July 31. Starting on June 18, teens can register on our website.

For high school grads and everyone else over 18, Summer Reading for Adults is available on READsquared.  

Adult Events

Children's Events


Children and families can enjoy a variety of events!  Most of our storytimes are hosted on our Facebook page.

Teen Events

Discussing Driving While Black with Author Gretchen Sorin 
Wednesday, June 17 at 7pm

Commemorate Juneteenth a couple days early by joining us for a discussion Dr. Sorin's new book, Driving While Black, an account of the relationship between the automobile and the African American experience during the Jim Crow Era and beyond in the United States.  

Sorin's groundbreaking work, currently being adapted by Ric Burns and Steeplechase Films for PBS, examines how access to car travel created safe ways for black families to exercise the quintessential American right to move, unobstructed, through the country--previously restricted to whites only.

Use your library card to download your copy of the audiobook at or using the hoopla app.

There's still time to sign up - register here.

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