News

8.2.2004

The Old Bridge Public Library hosted a bonfire and sing-a-long at the Laurence Harbor Branch Library.

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7.28.2004

Wow, what a crowd! Thanks to all that turned out for the Library’s presentation on UFO’s as part of the “Blazing Trails at Your Library” summer programming series. Don’t fret if you missed it, there’s much more to come!

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7.28.2004

The Genealogy Club meets for some online instruction at the Library. Interested in joining the club? Contact Jennifer Sherman at the Laurence Harbor Branch – (732) 566-2227 or jlsherma@lmxac.org.

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7.25.2004

UFO believer due at library program Retired Air Force Major George Filer claims to have encountered his first Unidentified Flying Object while piloting an air tanker over England in 1962. He has been chasing them ever since. At 7 p.m. July 28, Filer will present the evidence he has collected…

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7.25.2004

A full house enjoys Judith Krall-Russo’s program “Apples, Dumplings, Cider and Jack.” Part of the Library’s “Blazing Trails” summer programming lineup.

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7.14.2004

The Old Bridge Library hosted a Digital Camera Workshop on July 13th as part of its Summer Reading Program.

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7.6.2004

Frank Fotusky performs live at the Old Bridge Public Library, Saturday, July 10th at 1:00 p.m.

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7.6.2004

Saturday, July 10 @ 1:00PM Discover Travelin’ Tunes ~ Blues Concert with Frank Fotusky Blaze a trail to the library and find nothing but the Blues! Frank plays accoustic blues — from the oldies you love to contemporaries like Paul Geremia and Woody Mann, plus a whole bunch of originals….

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6.30.2004

Rope ’em Phyllis! Summer reading team leader Phyllis Church gets into the act during the Children’s Reading Club signup party.

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6.30.2004

Happy 4th of July! Thanks to all of those who came to the Library for our opening summer reading kick-off event, it was a big success. Make sure to check the schedule for upcoming summer events at the Library. The Central Library and the Laurence Harbor Branch will be closed…

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