Exciting Programs Scheduled at Warren Library

Exciting, educational and entertaining programs for adults are planned for this fall at SCLSNJ's Warren Twp. Library branch. 
Calling all cookbook lovers & food enthusiasts! The first meeting of the Warren Twp. Library branch's newly established recipe club is scheduled for 7 p.m. on September 12. Gourmet chef skills are not required - this is a great way to learn from others and share your best cooking and baking tips. This month's focus will be everything - and anything - apples.  Bring your favorite apple recipes to share with the group. Refreshments will be served.
If you haven't had the chance to see the Broadway smash hit "Hamilton," SCLSNJ's Warren Twp. Library branch has the next best thing: on Wednesday, September 14 at 7 p.m., Patricia Sanftner, Curator of the Schulyer Hamilton House will discuss the whirlwind courtship of Alexander Hamilton and his wife Elizabeth Schulyer and the important people in their lives and how they survived the forming of a new country and the scandals they fell victim to.
On Saturday, September 17 at 2 p.m., Alan G. Snyder will be at the Warren Twp. Library branch to offer antiques appraisals. Snyder will give a brief presentation on trends and the state of the collectible and antiques market before sharing his insight in an open discussion and appraisal of items brought in by attendees. A question and answer session will conclude the program. Attendees are asked to limit themselves to one or two items only, please. Snyder has been appraising antiques since 1979 and owns and operates Alan G. Snyder & Daughter - Certified Antique & Estate Appraisers in Watchung, NJ.
Warren Twp. Library branch historically offers programs for small business owners a few times a year. This September, Yuriah Bailey Vice President/ Regional Director of Goldman Sachs Asset Management will be talking about cyber-security for small business owners on September 19 at 8:30 a.m. Small and mid-sized businesses are now the preferred targets for cyber-criminals – not because they are lucrative prizes individually but because automation makes it easy to attack them by the thousands, and far too many of them are easy targets. Many small business owners run a large part of their business over the Internet, without any security features. As a business owner, it's important to understand that even with the advantages of taking your business online, certain risks come along with it, too. A continental breakfast will be served.
Considering changing jobs? Abbe Kohut, a seasoned hiring recruiter, will be at SCLSNJ's Warren Twp. Library branch on September 22 at 7 p.m. to talk about the secrets recruiters don't want you to know. She will take you behind the scenes and provide you with secret insights into the human resources and recruiting process. During this presentation, you will gain insight into what corporate and agency recruiters look for when they are evaluating your qualifications. These days, you must do more than applying on job boards. There are far more candidates applying for the same positions, so you have to differentiate yourself. You will learn what recruiters like and don’t like, what teeny tiny corrections make a huge difference, and the best strategies for moving past your competition in 2016. 

An infectious disease specialist from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital of Somerset will discuss the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of the Zika virus, why the public should be concerned, and which populations are at risk at SCLSNJ's Warren Twp. Library branch on Saturday, September 22 at 10:30 a.m. 

Summer will be over before you know it. These programs are filling up quickly. Access the Library's calendar here to register for any or all of these great programs or if you are looking for additional information on any upcoming programs at SCLSNJ's Warren Twp. Library branch. You can also call SCLSNJ's Warren Twp. Library branch at 908-754-5554 ext 32.

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