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CLOSED
Friday, April 2 & Sunday, April 4
Week of 3/28/2021 Updates

NEW! The library is now reopened to the public!
Patrons may browse for up to 30 minutes.
A limited number of computers and study chairs will be available for 1 hour sessions.

All library fines and fees resume.
Fines may be paid in-person with cash or check OR online with a credit card. The printer and copier are cash only –
the machine accepting coin or $1 and $5 bills.

Fax services via FaxScan are credit or debit card only.
Contact-free pickups will remain available for patrons wishing to continue using this service.

The Children’s Department continues to offer
contactless pick-up of “Family Book Bags”,
an assortment of books chosen for your family
by Children’s Dept. staff.
Click the blue link to register for this virtual program.
Please choose one date.
Mon. Mar. 29 @ 6:00PM or
Mon. April 26 @ 6:00PM
Tina M. James, Attorney at Law (Esq), provides legal services to the Disabled & their Families.
Topics she will discuss to help families navigate legal issues include:
  • basics of guardianship
  • surrogate decision making
  • access to services like Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income
  • entitlement & planning with NJ Able Account & Special Needs Trust
The NJ State Library is providing this 24/7 online learning & tutoring resource FREE to the public through
June 15, 2021.
Click on the link above to explore all that Brainfuse has to offer from homework and testing help to skills building and adult learning.
Live tutoring is available daily
from 2:00pm to 11:00pm.
Visit us on social media.
Instagram: @totaltutoringnj
Facebook: @Total Tutoring
Twitter: @totaltutoringnj
Mondays, 5:30-7:30PM
All students interested in schoolwork help, along with aspiring tutors,
are welcome.

Click the link above for more information and the registration link.

Google Classroom code: saafhlz
Crafternoon
on Instagram Live!
Thursdays @ 3:30PM
Join Miss Brittany on
Instagram Live @sayrevillepubliclibrary 
as we make fun and easy crafts.

Family FunDay
Autism Awareness Sensory Activities
Sunday, April 11 @ 1:00PM
April is Autism Awareness Month so what better time to engage in sensory activities! Learn how to create your own sensory experiences that will encourage every child's developing skills as well as increase understanding of those who are differently abled.

Join Miss Pam on the Sayreville Free Library Facebook page on Sunday, March 28, at 1:00PM for step-by-step instructions.
Click the 1000 Books logo above to visit their website!
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
This is a year-round program
for preschool children.
Please register your child online
at this link: READsquared. 

You may begin recording books online right away. Parents will need to continue recording books read on the paper log forms in order to claim your prizes
at the library.
Prizes are earned for every 25 books read and a free book may be selected
for every 100 books read!
Click the link above for a monthly calendar from DEMCO 
filled with daily seasonal activities
that will help your child build pre-reading skills.
JUST for TEENS
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(TAB)
Wednesday, Mar. 31 & Apr. 7
@ 4:00pm
Register at the link above or
to receive
virtual meeting details and link:

Help plan and run teen online library events while earning
community service hours! 
Wednesdays, Apr. 14 & 28
@ 4:30pm
Gr. 7-12
This month the Teen Book Club will be reading My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows.
Teen Book club currently meets virtually on Zoom. If you would like to join teen book club email bcoyle@lmxac.org for more info open to ages 13 - 18. 


Register at the link above so we can send you the Zoom link.
Teens welcome!
Play solo or join with a team! (Limit 4 per team)
Prizes for the winners!

Bring your thinking Cap and Good Luck!
COMING SOON!
Thursday, April 22 @ 6:00PM
Think you are good at Trivia? 
Want to win some prizes?
Join Sayreville Library for a Virtual Trivia Night, Hosted by Dan Vetrano, our own Adult Librarian, and long-time Trivia expert. 
 
Register at the link above so we can send you the Zoom link.
Check out the TAB Instagram account at the link above 
 for the latest events and contests! 

Be sure to like our page and follow @sayrevilletab!

Our building is open for 30 minute browsing and 1 hour computer sessions.


  • All borrowed items must be returned in a book drop. They are open 24/7.

  • 30 min. in-person book browsing and 1 hour computer use is now available.

  • Wifi will still be available for use in your car in our parking lot.

  • Books may be placed on hold from other open libraries. Our delivery service has resumed.

  • Family Book Bags may still be requested for multiple family members but will be selected by the Children's Department staff. Use the link at the top of this newsletter.

  • All programs except adult and teen book clubs will continue virtually. Crafts to Go and program materials will be available for curbside pick-up.

  • Stay engaged with us on social media (links below) for the latest updates. We have helpful links, activities, and even story times for children.

  • Online resources, such as eLibraryNJ, Hoopla, Libby, and our databases are available for home access 24/7! Directions can be found on our website under the Digital Library & Popular Databases headings.

We hope to see you again soon.
Sayreville Public Library, 1050 Washington Rd., Parlin, NJ 08859