Happy Mother's Day - May 13!
Saturday through Monday, May 26-28, 2018

Spring Planting
Saturday, May 5
All Ages

Join us in beautifying the grounds of the library!
Plants, gloves and gardening tools will be suppllied.  

Ramadan Storytime
Wednesday, May 9
All Ages

Learn about the upcoming annual observance of Ramadan
             with this storytime and craft
           by a local community member.

    Bug Science               Catapult Science
Monday, May 7                       Monday, May 21
Gr. K-3

Facts vs. Fiction with a science experiment at the end!


Baby Steps
Mondays, May 7, 14 & 21
Ages 0-24 months 
Register and enjoy a musical lapsit with Ms. Hannah in this
30-minute story time and play time for our littlest patrons. One registration will last for the entire 6-week session.

Little Wigglers
Tuesdays, May 1, 8, 15 & 22
Ages 2 and up 

Mix in a little bit of yoga, dance, and play with interactive storytelling led by Ms. Hannah. Each week we will explore a different range of movement for both caretaker and child. Be sure to wear comfortable clothing!
One registration is requested for the full spring session.    
  Registration required.

Creative Kids
Tuesdays, May 1, 8, 15 & 22
Ages 3 & up
Get crafty with Ms. Marie in this weekly creative activity! Children may need the help of an adult to complete the craft. 
One registration is requested for the full session.

Mommy & Me Yoga
Thursdays, May 10 & 17
Ages 3 & up

Children ages 3 and up are invited to enjoy this
6-week Mommy & Me Yoga class. Please bring your own yoga mat for this yoga story time.

Registration required.

Storytime Surprise
Fridays, May 4, 11, 18 & 25
Ages 2-6

  Join us for a different format each week. We may do a craft, have a dance party or make a delicious snack.
Registration required

Please check our  Events Calendar 
for additional programs.

May 6, 13 & 20
Girls in gr. 6-12

If you missed out on our first session, now is your chance to join!
Register at the link below!

Teen Video Games
Wedne sdays, May 2 & 16

Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to drop in for video games after school.  

Teens Talk 
Tuesday, May 

For teens in grades 8-12. Community Health Worker Alyssa Mcfarlane from the Central Jersey Health Consortium will lead a group conversation about
Social Media: Do's and Do Not's.
Pizza will be provided. 
 Registration required.

Tabletop Game Night 
Tuesday, May 

Join us for a teen/adult tabletop game night! Don't expect Monopoly or Clue..."Game Master" Colin will have some new and interesting games for you to try. 
This event is free and open to the public, 
but registration is suggested. 
We also suggest that attendees be over the age of 12.

Paying Less for College
Thursday, May 10

David Twersky, an Independent Educational Consultant and the founder of College Link Consulting, will lead a discussion to help prepare both students and parents to understand the financial aid application process. With the cost of college today, financial aid has become a critical factor in making higher education a possibility for most families. Understanding what type of need-based financial aid is available to you and how to apply for it, will help you determine how to pay for college. Many students assume that all financial aid is based on need. However, there is a variety of college money available based on your academic merits and special skills. Learn what you need to help you pay for the college of your choice. This lecture is a valuable resource for parents and students alike.

Teen Craft
Wednesday, May 23
Grades 6-12 

 Teens are invited to join us for a make and take craft. 
Registration required.

Teen Advisory Board
Wednesday, May 23
Grades 7-12 

Want your voice to be heard? Attend our Teen Advisory Board and obtain 1 hour of volunteer time to help shape how the library serves teens.  Registration required.

Anime Showcase
Friday, May 11

Drop-in to the YA Room for a screening of a new anime feature each month.
This is a teen-focused after-school program for grades 5-12.

Total Tutoring
Mondays, May 7, 14, 21

Is your child struggling in school? Are other tutoring centers not working? Then join Total Tutoring today! It is run by high school students who want to give back to the community by helping our future leaders excel.
Tutoring is available for students in grades K-10  in math, science, English, history and world language. No registration necessary, but please arrive at the beginning of the session.
  • All students must bring their own school materials to sessions.
  • This is a volunteer organization, so sessions are completely free of charge.

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 to your baby, toddler, or preschooler. Earn prizes for every 25 books read and a free book for every 100 books!

to those who reached new levels!
Declan - 200

Welcome to our new members!
Arna B.
Mila S.
Naomi S.
Rishik P.

Find out more at:
Enjoy a spring family outing with our
Sponsored by the Friends of the Sayreville Public Library

The Sayreville Public Library is now circulating museum passes to 
Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton and 
the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in NYC.  

Speak with a reference librarian to reserve a pass or find out more!

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!