Dr. Alan Delozier tells the story of the Dumont Television Network and New Jersey’s TV trailblazers at Richwood Academy Cultural Center.
Join Sarajane (Sally) Stenton, Esq., speaker from the NJ Bar Assoc. Speakers Bureau to learn about how hate crime laws are helping to prevent crimes from happening in the future.
Honor Black History Month by attending the head wrapping workshop with Latasha Waters! Spaces and supplies are limited so advance registration is required.
Dive into a true crime case with local ties at this meet and greet with Ellen J. Green, the New Jersey author and novelist behind “Murder in the Neighborhood: The True Story of America’s First Recorded Mass Shooting.”
Keep a gun in a home with children? Learn about the best ways to keep children from accessing guns stored at home with this virtual presentation by representatives of nonprofit organization BeSmart.
Curious about cryptocurrency? This virtual presentation from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) can help.
History buffs and curious learners, come out to hear Monmouth University’s Dr. Richard Veit present the fascinating story of Joseph Bonaparte’s remarkable sojourn in America.
Calling all entrepreneurs, the NJ Bar Foundation Speakers Bureau provides useful information and best practices on how to start your own small business.
March is Women’s History Month! The library is hosting the Museum of the American Revolution for a virtual discussion on Revolutionary Women and their important roles at such a pivotal time in our nation’s history.
In celebration of Black History Month join us for a poetry reading by author, David Mills. Mr. Mills will share his poetry and insights from his book of poems, Boneyarn, the first book of poems that explores slavery in New York City.