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Nadya and Jessica Love Their Library (Piscataway)

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Morristown exhibit explores county connections to Civil War

The Star-Ledger  |  By Greg Hatala  |  4/11/14

In commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the Morristown and Morris Township Library is hosting an exhibit titled “Their Memory Shall Never Fade: Morris County and the Civil War.” Read more...

 

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CRANBURY: Public library seeking new 'friends'

The Cranbury Press  |   By Nicole M. Wells  |  3/27/14

The Cranbury Public Library wants to make a new friend. In fact, it would like to make several. Read more...

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Bernardsville Library Foundation reception at historic Peachcroft estate

MyCentralJersey.com  |  By Pamela MacKenzie  |  3/26/14

History buffs and others who enjoy learning about the historic Somerset Hills estates will have a rare opportunity Sunday to see Peachcroft, the estate built in 1907 for William Clark, president of the Clark Thread Company of Newark. Read more...

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Brunswick Square hosts 40th annual East Brunswick book sale to benefit library

Nj.com  |  By Lloyd Nelson  |  3/25/14

Bibliophiles and bargain hunters can continue to search the shelves until Sunday during the 40th Annual East Brunswick Friends of the Library Bargain Book & Media Sale at Simon's Brunswick Square Mall. Read more...

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'Comic Con' coming to Woodbury library in May

South Jersey Times  |  By Jason Laday  |  3/26/14

The public library in Woodbury is planning its very own Comic Con for Saturday, May 3, with the goal of “helping to spread comic book awareness as a form of literature,” organizers said. Read more...

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Westfield Library Foundation donates funds for library Teen Zone furniture

Suburban News  |  3/24/14

The Westfield Memorial Library announced that the Westfield Memorial Library Foundation recently donated the needed funds to pay for new furniture in the Teen Zone. Read more...

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National Exhibition on Civil War to open at Scotch Plains Public Library

MyCentralJersey.com  |  By Karen Jason  |  3/24/14

The Civil War 150, a national traveling exhibition, will be on display at the Scotch Plains Public Library from April 28 to May 17, 2014. Read more...

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Sand in My Shoes: Atlantic City library brings resort's history online

Press of Atlantic City  |  3/22/14

Keith Mills has spent years learning about Atlantic City history, mainly so the history could be documented and distributed around town on a series of plaques and markers that the city and others have put up over decades. Read more...

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Library to host Morristown Electrified

DailyRecord.com  |  By Jennifer L. Nelson  |  3/19/14

If you’ve ever wondered where electricity comes from, pay a visit to the Morristown and Morris Township Library at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, for a program featuring stimulating activities and electrifying demonstrations. Read more...

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Digital photography workshops offered at the Wharton Library

Mahwah Suburban News  |  3/25/14

The Wharton Public Library, 15 South Main St., hosts a series of digital photography workshops every third Wednesday of each month, 6:30-8:30 pm., in the library's basement Community Room. Programs are free. Read more...

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Smithsonian sports exhibit opens in Atlantic City

Press of Atlantic City  |  By John Russo  |  3/23/14

The Atlantic City Free Public Library has contributed to a national touring museum sports exhibit called Hometown Teams that is free and open to the public for the next six weeks. Read more...

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100,000 items expected at Friends of the Hunterdon County Library book sale

Hunterdon County Democrat  |  By Terry Wright  |  3/23/14

Organizers expect around 100,000 items — books, DVDs, CDs and such — to be in the annual Friends of the Hunterdon County Library sale. Read more...

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