The Friends of the Secaucus Public Library will hold its fall general membership meeting on Thursday, October 8th, at 7 pm. The meeting, which is open to all residents whether they are members or not, will feature a presentation “Getting the Most Out of Your Library Card,” by library director Jenifer May. The meeting will discuss the special programs and initiatives that the Friends of the Library sponsor, such as the newly expanded museum pass program and new mobile makerspace, and also digital services such as e-books, digitized local history and genealogy collections, downloadable movies and more traditional library offerings.
The meeting will take place at in the second floor meeting room at the Secaucus Public Library. The director’s presentation will follow a brief business meeting of the Friends of the Library. The Friends of the Library encourages its members to attend and is always seeking new members. Everyone is invited to attend this important meeting that will disseminate valuable information about upcoming Friends of the Library events and special programs.
Live Music and Salsa Dancing
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Secaucus Public Library and Business Resource Center is partnering with the Goya to host “A Celebration of Hispanic Music and Dance” on Thursday, October 15nd at 7pm. The evening will include a variety of popular Latin dance music, as well as an opportunity to learn the basics of salsa, merengue and bachata. Renowned dancer and choreographer Desiree Godsell will provide dance lessons for all who attend. Participants will learn the basics of Salsa, Merengue and Bachata. No experience is necessary, and you do not have to bring a partner. Registration for event is recommended, but not mandatory. To register, contact Jenifer May or Lee Penna via phone at 201-330-2083 or online at secaucuslibrary.org.