News

3.21.2005

Karen Anne and Friends performed their beautiful mix of folk and pop music at the Library on Saturday before a large and appreciative audience.

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3.18.2005

The Old Bridge Library’s Garden Club will sponsor a Plant Sale on May 14th. The Club is seeking donations of perennial divisions from your garden. As you get out your gloves and spade and begin to work the soil and divide your plants, please think of us. Set aside divisions…

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3.17.2005

The Library has a new look! In an effort to make the Library more user friendly, some collections have been moved to make them more accessable to the public. If you need help finding anything, please ask a staff member.

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3.15.2005

The Central Library has received several copies of the next Original Book Discussion Group book, Oliver Sacks’ The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat. These can be picked up at the circulation desk. The group will meet on Thursday, March 17th at 7:00 p.m. For more information, please…

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3.14.2005

Civil War re-enactor Anthony Roseti spoke on the history of the war at the Central Library this past Saturday.

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3.10.2005

Civil War re-enactor Anthony Roseti presents a program covering the history of the American Civil War. Topics to be covered include the famous battles and leaders of the war as well as the life of a common foot soldier. Saturday, March 12th at 1:00 p.m.

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3.9.2005

March is Youth Art Month, and the Library is hosting a display of K-12 art from the Old Bridge Schools through the end of March.

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3.8.2005

A representative from the College Board presented a program on the new SAT test in the Large Meeting Room on Monday evening. For more information on Young Adult programming, e-mail Threesa.

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3.7.2005

The popular Caribbean music ensemble 3d performed to an excellent crowd at the Library on Saturday afternoon.

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3.3.2005

OBPL’s Young Adult Librarian Theresa Wordlemann is quoted in today’s Home News Tribune article “Popular Movies Spur Kids to Read.” Theresa Wordelmann, a librarian at the Old Bridge library, said children are also reading magazines, newspapers and other items geared toward their specific interests. “They’re not just opening up the…

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