Teen Game Night!

On the last Friday of every month, beginning on January 30th the library will be opening its doors to students of all ages in order to provide a space for them to engage in fun friendly competition! We have board games, featuring chess and Candyland tournaments, as well as Operation, Cranium, and Scrabble. Winners of the chess/Candyland tournament will win a free book, courtesy of our Youth Services Department! In addition, there is also an Xbox 360 that will be available for the students to use which will be stocked with games. The action will take place in the Panasonic Room. For more information, call Technology Librarian Lisa Ferzola @ 201-330-2083 x 4005.

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Smart Phone Game App Design classes for children

The library is offering students the opportunity to learn how to design a Smart Phone Gaming app in December 2014. This program is part of a series of education and enrichment programs conducted by Accel Learning in the course of the coming months. Amish Bhavsar, Founder of Accel Learning will be showing students how a game app can be built using simple and easy available software. The library will offer two sessions with one on Saturday, December 6th from 2:00pm to 3:30pm and another on December 13th from 2:00pm to 3:30pm. Students can choose to participate in either session.For more information or to register, call the children's department at the library at 201-330-2083 x 4004 or sign up online using the library's calendar of events link at

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Tech Club for Tweens

Need help learning how to use Microsoft Word 2013? The Tech Club is open to tweens between the ages of 8-12 and will meet once a month from October-January. The next meeting will be Thursday, November 13th at 4pm. Tech Club will be held in the Media Center located on the second floor of the library...

Each month the Tech Club will cover a different topic. Please note that some of the projects require the usage of an email address. Parents are required to fill out an information slip providing their child's email address and password. Please download and print the Information Slip below or stop by the library to pick up a copy. Registration begins October 6th at 10am. Seating is limited so please register to attend. For more information, please contact Technology Librarian Lisa Ferzola at 201-330-2083 x 4005.

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2014 Schedule:

October 23: Photo editing with BeFunky

November 13: Microsoft Word

December 11: Microsoft PowerPoint

January 8: Wideo

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January Movies

Free movies for Secaucus' adult residents at the Secaucus Public Library and Business Resource Center on Tuesdays, beginning at 1pm. The movies are selected by Richard Gantzhorn, Technical Service Coordinator, and are shown on a large screen television on the 2nd floor Panasonic Room. Light refreshments will also be provided. 

The movies selected for January are as follows:

January 6th: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

with Andy Serkis, Judy Greer, and Gary Oldman (PG-13 130 min).

January 13th: 700 Sundays

Billy Crystal's one man play on Broadway based on his life (NR 134min).

January 20th: Tammy

with Melissa McCarthy and Susan Sarandon (R 97min).

January 27th: Classic Film of the Month: North by Northwest

with Cary Grant and James Mason (136min).




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