Monday, April 25, 2016


Northern NJ Professionals in Transition

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Main Library – Promote Yourself Beyond Your Resume
No matter how great your resume is, it alone won’t land you needed interviews or that terrific job. Learn what information your resume does not provide prospective employers. Also learn about the social media and technology solutions you can use to effectively promote your experience, yourself and your brand.
The presenter is David Schuchman Information Technology professional and leader of the Professional Services Group of Mercer County
Network with other professionals who are currently unemployed or looking for new career opportunities. Meetings alternate between guest speakers and career workshops. Programs are free and open to the public. Subscribe to the group here.
More information about Professionals in Transition

Creative Coloring for Adults

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Main Library – Adult coloring is taking the world by storm. Coloring relieves stress, takes you away from your cares for a while, trains your brain to focus, and gives you a sense of accomplishment.  It may even help keep dementia at bay!  Each month, the library will provide a variety of designs and a supply of colored pencils. Just drop in: bring your own coffee and we’ll bring the cookies.

Movie Monday

3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Main Library – Chilax, watch a movie and have a snack. We’ll be watching a baseball movie!


Friends Annual Meeting: All That Jazz!

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Main Library – The Friends annual meeting will feature guest speaker Jason Olaine, Director of Touring and Programming for Jazz at Lincoln Center.  With more than 25 years of experience in the world of creative music management and producing (and a professional musician himself), he has been associated with the Newport Jazz Festival and other major music festivals.
And if that’s not enough, he is a Grammy award-winning record producer, too–earlier this year he produced the Grammy-nominated album My Favorite Things, performed by the 12-year-old jazz piano prodigy Joey Alexander.
Jason will tell us about some of his experiences and adventures in the exciting world of modern music, so join us for an evening that is sure to be both informative and entertaining.
The meeting will be in Memorial Hall starting at 7:30 pm.  A brief business session and election of officers will precede the program, and refreshments will be served afterwards.

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