« Tuesday February 08, 2011 »
Start: 02/08/2011 12:30 am
End: 02/08/2011 2:30 pm

Tuesday February 8, 2011
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Learn to knit, share projects and expertise. You are invited to join an informal knitting circle led by volunteer and expert knitter Joan Corby. This group meets every Tuesday at 12:30 PM.

Location: Community Room

Start: 02/08/2011 10:30 am

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Terrific 2'S & 3'S                          

Tuesday, February 8th     10:30-11:00AM

Ages 2-3 with an adult in the Community Room

Registration is required for all Children's Programs. Please go to the Children's Help desk to register.

Start: 02/08/2011 1:00 pm
End: 02/08/2011 3:00 pm

Tuesday February 8, 2011
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Join the library's Scrabble Club, led by Renee Cohen. You don't have to be an expert to enjoy this fun social club. If you don't know how to play, we will teach you.

Location: Community Room

Start: 02/08/2011 2:00 pm
End: 02/08/2011 4:00 pm
Start: 02/08/2011 3:45 pm

Tweens meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month to hang out with other tweens while playing Wii and board games, making a craft or some other fun activity. No registration necessary. Meet in the community room. Light refreshments.

Start: 02/08/2011 4:00 pm
End: 02/08/2011 6:00 pm
Start: 02/08/2011 7:00 pm
End: 02/08/2011 8:00 pm

Tuesday February 8, 2011
7 - 8pm

Conversational English Classes – held every Tuesday from 7-8pm. For adults 18+ for whom English is not their native language. Facilitated by trained and certified LVMC volunteers.

Location: Group Study Room

Start: 02/08/2011 7:00 pm
End: 02/08/2011 8:30 pm

Tuesday February 8, 2011
7 - 8:30pm

This computer class will teach students how to use Microsoft PowerPoint to make slideshows and presentations. Please sign up by calling the Reference Desk at 732-671-3700 ext. 320.

Location: Computer Lab

Start: 02/08/2011 7:00 pm
End: 02/08/2011 8:00 pm

A Celebration of Chinese New Year
NEW DATE: Tuesday February 8, 2011
7 - 8pm

Please join us for a lively presentation as we discover the extraordinary cultural traditions that usher in the Chinese Lunar New Year. From elaborate preparations to unique foods and age old customs, the grand heritage of this venerable holiday is celebrated by Chinese people the world over. Come discover the vibrant traditions of this fascinating celebration as we welcome in the Year of the Rabbit!

Presenter Kristine Galasi spent ten years living in Hong Kong and Singapore where she worked for the Asian Civilizations Museum, the Singapore History Museum, as well as Christi'es  International auction house. She has lectured widely on many topics relating to Chinese art and culture. Ms. Galasi recently earned a Masters Degree in Cultural Art History from Warnborough University in Ireland.

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