Blossom at your Library!

CLOSED
Saturday - Monday
May 25-27



SPECIAL EVENTS


Chapter Quest
Wed. May 15 & 22 @  6:30PM
Gr. 1-5

Enter your favorite fairy tales as a hero of your choice in an action-packed role playing game designed to increase literacy, math, 
and social skills .





History for Kids:
from China to America

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Thurs. May 16 @  6:00PM
K-Gr. 6

 For Asian-Pacific American Month, learn about the history of immigration between China and the United States of America. Community Lecturer Ying Zhao from the Rutgers Global-China Office will present. 
Appropriate for Kindergarten to 6th Grade.


FOR KIDS & FAMILIES

Spring Planting
Sat. May 4 @  10:00AM

Children and parents/caregivers are invited to join us in beautifying the grounds in front of the library.  Plants and gardening supplies will be provided.

Cinco de Mayo
Sun. May 5 @  1:00PM

Kids and their parents are invited to drop in for a game, a craft, music, and more as we celebrate Cinco de Mayo in the Children's Room!
These self-guided activities begin at 1:00pm. No registration required. 

Chess Club
Sun. May 5 @  1:05PM
Ages 7+

Mother's Day Drop In Craft 
Sun. May 12 @  1:00PM  

Drop-in to make your mom a special gift for Mother's Day.
No registration necessary.

WEEKLY PROGRAMS

Baby Steps
Mondays,  May 13 & 20  10:00AM
Ages 0-18 months

Total Tutoring
Mondays, May 6, 13 & 20 @  4:30-6:30PM

  Register online at the Total Tutoring website, https://totaltutoringk122.wixsite.com/home

Creative Kids
Tuesdays,  May 7, 14 & 21  @  6:30PM
Ages 3+

Think & Play
Tuesdays, May 14, 21 & 28 @  11:00AM
Thursdays, May 2, 16 & 23@  1 2:30PM
Ages 2 & up  

Storytime Surprise
Fridays, May 3, 17, 24 & 31 @ 
11:00AM
Ages 3+

Please check our  Events Calendar
for additional programs.
FOR TEENS!

Teen Advisory Board
Wed.   
May 1 @
 
5:00PM
Gr. 7-12

Come and share your ideas of what kinds of programs the library should have for teens.


Dungeons & Dragons
Thurs. May
 2 @
 
3:15PM
Gr. 4-12

Homework Club  
Tuesdays - May 7, 14 & 28
Wednesdays -  May 1, 8 & 29
Thursdays - May 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30
2:30PM

Registration and Library Card Required. Grades 6-12. Register for each day you wish to attend. Each day has a separate registration. 


K-Pop Day
Mon. May 13 @ 3:30pm
Gr. 6-12

Freak out in your favorite K-army fandoms with a karoake challenge and team dance competition--and cake pops! Special souvenirs from South Korea will be raffled off during the program for attendees.



Book Fandom Day
Wed. May 15 @  3:00-5:00pm

Featuring an exclusive in-person interview and meet-and-greet with Award Winning young adult thriller author, Yvonne Ventresca!



College GPS
Sat.  May 18 @  1:00PM
 Grades 6-12
College planning is a vital step in planning for your career. College GPS will provide information on how to select your college major and find the best college for you. Both parents and students are encouraged to attend. 


Teen Career Fair
Tues.  May 21 @  3:00-5:00PM
 Grades 6-12


Teen Volunteer Orientation
Wed.  May 22 @  3:30PM 
Thurs. May 23 @ 6:00PM
Thurs. June 6 @ 6:00PM
Fri. June 7 @ 3:30PM
 Grades 9-12

Teens entering grades 9-12 are invited to volunteer at the library over the summer! You MUST attend ONE of our teen volunteer orientation sessions to apply and sign up for summer hours. 
Please bring a pencil or pen and your updated and current Adult Library Card.
You must attend one (1) session and pass the Volunteer Application Test to be accepted into the program. Registration is limited for each session. 
For more information, contact Hannah Lee, Head of Youth Services, at 732-727-0212, ext. 17 or Marie, ext. 26.

Anime and D & D
Fri. May 24 @  3:15pm


1000 Books Before Kindergarten

The concept is simple,
the rewards are priceless!
Sign up at the Children's Reference Desk. 
Keep a log of each book you read with your baby, toddler, or preschooler. Earn prizes for every 25 books read and a free book for every 100 books!

Congratulations to the children who achieved new goals!
Marianna - 900

 Welcome to our newest members!
Yousef E.
Maryam Z.
Omer Z.

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Enjoy a family outing with our
MUSEUM PASSES!
Sponsored by the Friends of the Sayreville Public Library.

The Sayreville Public Library circulates museum passes to
Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton,
the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in NYC, and 
the Battleship New Jersey in Camden.

Please note: Grounds for Sculpture and Battleship New Jersey will be closed weekdays throughout January and February.

 Pass policies
Passes will be checked out for 2 days (example: check a pass out on Monday and it will be due back on Wednesday). 
 Reservations may be made up to 2 months in advance by speaking with a reference librarian.
Details have been posted on our  website.

If you enjoy the museum pass program,
we encourage you to make a donation to the Friends of the SPL 
and consider joining them.
Questions? Comments?
 
 Do not hesitate to call Hannah or Marie at 
732-727-0212  ex. 26
or email: hlee@lmxac.org
They would LOVE to speak with you!

  
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