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Start: 05/15/2011 2:30 am

All are welcome to come and experience Count Basie's Rock It! teen musicians and singers perform. These talented young artists perform the third Sunday of each month from 2:30-4:30 in our community room. Their skills are nurtured and honed by Juillard music school graduate Bruce Gallipani. It's an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon while supporting aspiring artists! This will be the last Rock It! regular program until September 18th, when it resumes. There will be smaller gatherings over the summer, dates yet to be determined. light refreshments. 


 

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Start: 05/16/2011 4:00 am
End: 05/16/2011 4:45 am

READING BUDDIES


Four consecutive Mondays 4:00-4:45pm


May 2,9,16,23rd 


One-on-one mentoring to improve reading skills.Teens partnering with beginning readers Grades 1-3.


Register your child at the Children's Services Desk beginning Monday, April 18th.

Start: 05/16/2011 7:00 pm
End: 05/16/2011 8:00 pm

Tween Special: Could You Survive?

Presented by NJ Search & Rescue

Mon. May 16th - 7-8pm -        Grades 3 & Up

Have you ever wondered what you would do if forced to survive in the wilderness? NJ Search & Rescue will be here to teach us wilderness survival—we’ll learn what to do until rescue. Whether you are a veteran camper or prefer to commune with nature via the Discovery Channel, you’re sure to learn something new about wilderness adventure. 

Interested teens & adults are welcome to attend, but please no children below third grade. A parent must remain in the building if children are in third or fourth grade.

 

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Start: 05/17/2011 10:30 am
End: 05/17/2011 11:00 am

"FUN WITH COLORS"

Terrific 2's and 3's  Tuesday, May 17th     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.

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Start: 05/18/2011 3:45 am
End: 05/18/2011 5:15 am

"ANIMAL ADAPTATIONS - Feathers, Beaks, & Claws"
Wed., May 18th      3:45-5:15pm   Grades K-6 

Animal Adaptations…Why does a Zebra have stripes? We’ll investigate these types of questions and more in our hands-on program.  Weather permitting, we’ll explore outdoors.  

Pre-registration & a signed permission slip is required and begins Monday, May 9th; 3rd-6th graders. Grades K-2 may come provided they are accompanied by a parent. Presented by Poricy Park.

A signed permission slip is required.

Start: 05/18/2011 10:00 am
End: 05/18/2011 10:45 am

Special Playtime for Babies

Wednesday, May 18th 10-10:45am

Ages 0-23 months in the Community Room

Socialization is an important skill for everyone.   Babies can interact and play as parents and caregivers exchange tips and advice.   Come make new friends!

Sign up is required for all Children's Programs.   Stop at the Children's Services Desk for more details.

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Start: 05/19/2011 4:00 am
End: 05/19/2011 4:30 am

Act It Out

'LITTLE RED HEN'

Thursday, May 19th  4-4:30pm

Ages 4-8 in the Community Room.

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

Start: 05/19/2011 7:00 pm
End: 05/19/2011 7:45 pm

READING BUDDIES


Four consecutive Thursdays 7:00-7:45pm  


May 5,12,19,26th 


One-on-one mentoring to improve reading skills.


Teens partnering with beginning readers Grades 1-3.


Register your child at the Children's Services Desk beginning Monday, April 18th.

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Start: 05/20/2011 10:00 am
End: 05/20/2011 11:00 am

MOTHER GOOSE

Friday, May 20th  10-11AM

Ages 0-23 months 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: 05/20/2011 10:30 am
End: 05/20/2011 11:00 am

Friday, May 6, 13, 20, & 27   10:30am


 Storytime@the Library Branches


 Hen reading to her chicksPlease note that all Branch storytimes will be held on Friday mornings. Ages 2-5 with parent/caregiver. Early literacy fun is not limited to the Main Library. The Bayshore, Lincroft and Navesink Branches each hold a weekly storytime featuring picture books and a craft. Branch storytimes are an opportunity to join your neighbors in sharing the joy of reading.


Bayshore Library 180 Main St., Port Monmouth, NJ  Tel: 732-787-1568
Lincroft Library 722 Newman Springs Rd.,Lincroft,NJ Tel: 732-747-1140
Navesink Library 149 Monmouth Ave., Navesink, NJ Tel:732-291-1120

Start: 05/20/2011 11:59 pm

CONOVER-WIHTOL SCHOLARSHIP

 For more information please visit the Library Scholarship page

            The Board of Trustees of the Middletown Township Public Library is pleased to announce the availability of the Conover-Wihtol Scholarship for no less than $500 for graduate study in Library Science.

            The Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Edith B. Conover and Karl F. Wihtol, both long-time residents of Middletown Township and dedicated friends to the Library.

            First consideration for eligibility will be given to residents of Middletown Township, but in the absence of qualified applicants from the Township, New Jersey residents will be considered.

            Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree or be in the final semester of undergraduate studies.  The applicant will also be expected to provide evidence of acceptance for graduate work at an ALA accredited school of Library Science.

            Additional information and application forms are available at the Reference Desk at the Middletown Township Public Library, 55 New Monmouth Road, Middletown, New Jersey 07748, or by calling 732 671-3700 ext. 311. Completed application forms must be postmarked no later than May 20, 2011.

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Start: 05/21/2011 2:30 am

This new anime/manga club has had a slow start but we are looking to add more members and have lots of activities. This group will meet the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 2:30-3:30 in the teen zone. A local manga author, Rebecca Buffin, who has recently published several books will do a presentation at one of the June meetings. There will be prizes and signed posters from her book(s). There will be anime movie sessions and window painting sessions also planned. Interested teens and tweens can e-mail teen librarian Ellie Strbo at estrbo@mtpl.org. The manga Bleach will be discussed at the May 21st meeting.

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