PROGRAMS & EVENTS
ONGOING PROGRAMS & EVENTS
March Programs at the 
Elberon Branch & Main Library

ELBERON BRANCH LIBRARY

Adults Wednesday, 11th, 6:30pm Monthly meeting of the Elberon Writing Group - join other writers to share ideas, get critiques, or just sit and listen.

All Ages Wednesday, 25th, 6:30pm Irish Poetry Night at Elberon! Come listen to the beautiful words of Ireland's poets, read aloud next to a crackling fire. 

MAIN LIBRARY

 

Children Tuesday, 3rd, 4pm Celebrate Read Across America by reading to our Service Dog Friend, Emma. She loves to hear your favorite stories!

Adults Tuesday, 10th, 2:30pm Free Gentle Vinyasa Flow led by a certified yoga instructor.  Beginning March 10th, every Tuesday for six weeks. Please bring a yoga mat or large towel and wear comfortable clothing. 

Adults Wednesday, 11th, 12pm Join us for a Spring into Action with Google's Business Insights Tools workshop. Learn how to use Google Analytics to gain insights about how consumers engage with businesses online. Register here: https://community.grow.google/s/event/a0r1E00000CDRcu

Adults Saturday, 14th, 12pm in the Technology and Career Center -         Spring into Action: The Art of Reinvention for Today's Job Market - with Special Guest Lisa Chenofsky-Singer, Executive Coach, Leader & Career Strategist - this workshop will offer strategies that will give job seekers the tools they need to keep up with the ever-changing job market, cross-sell their abilities, and repackage their value to cast a wider career net.

Adults Fridays, March 20th - May 1st 10:30am to 1:30pm Take Control of Your Diabetes NOW! This Diabetes Self-Management PLUS Program is a 6-week FREE, evidence-based workshop created by Stanford University, providing an interactive environment where support and success builds your confidence to manage your diabetes and maintain and active lifestyle. Workshop provided by SCAN. Call NOW to register 732-542-1326 - attend all 6 sessions and receive a $30 gift card

All Ages Saturday, 21st, 12pm Capoeira, Not Conflict! To honor National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence Mestrando Estagiario Baiano will teach us how the Brazilian Martial Art Capoeira applies non-violent defense against conflict. Participants should register - space is limited.

Adults Wednesday, 25th, 7pm Long Branch Historical Association presents "Magical History Tour" - take a tour through photos

All Ages Saturday, 28th, 1pm Super Smash Brothers Club - Bring your own Nintendo Switch and come play a tournament!

Adults Saturday, 28th, 2pm Celebrate Women's History Month with "Reclaiming Our Voice"

Adults Monday, 30th, 5pm Join us for this SCORE seminar "Hiring the Right Staff"

 

Children Tuesday, 31st, 4pm Children's book author, Lisa Scoppettuolo, is coming to the library! She is the author of "Straight off the Gate" and "The Brighter Side of the Moon." Her books focus on hard work, determination, staying positive, and good sportsmanship. 

HOMEBOUND LIBRARY SERVICES

The library is now offering a homebound service which brings reading materials right to the doors of home-bound Long Branch residents. Library staff will deliver books to those who are homebound due to an illness or disablity. Patrons will choose their own titles or have staff choose for them using a reader profile. For more information and to find out how to sign up for this service please call or email Cadene Patterson at (732) 222-3900 ext. 2230 or cpatterson.lbpl@gmail.com

ASSISTANCE FOR VETERANS

The Library and the Veterans Unit from the NJ Dept. of Labor would like to help increase your chances of finding employment and assist you with medical claims.  A representative from the Unit will meet with you at the library every second and fourth Thursday of the month from 2:00-4:00pm. Please call Victor Alvarado at 732-775-1566 or send an email to victor.alvarado@dol.nj.gov to make an appointment.

MUSEUM PASS PROGRAM

The Library is proud to offer an exciting new service!  We will be circulating museum passes for popular museums in our area:  Intrepid Air & Space Museum in New York City, Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, Popcorn Park Zoo in Forked River, and the Monmouth Museum at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft.  The passes are designed for use by a family and each museum specifies how many people will be admitted on one pass.  The passes may be borrowed for two weeks but may not be renewed.  Adult patrons reserve on one pass at a time.  However, we cannot guarantee that the pass will be available on a certain date.  Passes can only be checked out at the Circulation Desk. Passes will only be loaned to adults with a Long Branch Free Public Library card. 

For more information, please call Thalia Sweet at 732-222-3900.

all programs & events are cancelled while library is temporarily closed