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ACCOUNTABLITY CLUB

Secaucus Public Library is pleased to announce a New Club starting June 20th Many people have goals to accomplish but it can be tough to stay motivated when you have no one to be accountable to. What we will be doing in this club: Discuss our goals, Learn about and set SMART goals, Track your own progress, Show up motivating each other to stay committed to ours plans. Clock in Mondays from 9am-10am, Have some coffee/tea and healthy snacks. Write down your goals for the week ahead.

Hope to see you bright and early Monday morning.

Danielle, Secaucus Library staff member & graduate student pursuing a Masters degree in Library Information science

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THE FIFTH MILLENNIAL BOOK CLUB TO MEET

The Secaucus Public Library fifth meeting of the Millennial Book Club will be on July 15th at 6:30pm in the Panasonic room. Light refreshments will be served.  The meetings will continue on the third Friday of every month at the same time. The fifth book will be Ten by Gretchen McNeil. To reserve a copy of the book use the online catalog or call the Library. The book club is open to ages 16 to 35. Registration is strongly advised and can be done through the library's website at secaucus.bccls.org or by calling the library. For more information contact the library at 201-330-2083.

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Secaucus Library Nonfiction Book Group to Meet

Secaucus Library’s nonfiction book group to meet   

The Library's nonfiction group meets 7 p.m. the first Thursday of every month at Secaucus Public Library  July's book will be Notorious R B G, The life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, authors are Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik.   At each meeting the group votes on selections for upcoming meetings.  Copies of books are available at the library as well as a limited number of e-book copies.  Registration for the discussion group is strongly encouraged and can be done through the library’s website or by calling library director Jenifer May at 201-330-2083 x4011.

 

 

 Library to start Poetry Discussion Group for Adults

Secaucus Public Library and Business Resource Center is very happy to announce the launch of a poetry discussion group to add to it's newly expanded series of monthly literary programs. Group meets 1st tuesday of every month.

The meetings will be led by Donna Carlson, who taught Writer's Workshop courses as well as Advanced Placement English Literature and Language for over 25 years at Secaucus High School. The meeting in January will focus on the works of William Carlos Williams, a native of Rutherford, NJ. Williams (1883-1963) won the first National Award for Poetry, recognizing both the 3rd volume of Paterson and Selected Poems, the Pulitzer Prize for Pictures from Brueghel and Other Poems (1962) and the Gold Medal for Poetry of the National Institute of Arts and Letters. Poetry selections will be provided to all attendees in the meeting. For more information or to register, call Library Director Jenifer may at 201-330-2083 x4011 or email May@secaucus.bccls.org.

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Memoir Writing Workshop

 

 The memoir writing group will meet  the first tuesday of every month in the Panasonic Meeting Room on the library’s second floor at 7 pm. and is open to all adults over the age of 18.  Donna Carlson, who taught Writer's Workshop courses as well as Advanced Placement English Literature and Languages for over 25 years at Secaucus High School, will lead the workshops. The memoir-writing workshop is one of two new literary programs Carlson will be leading at the library this January.  More information regarding the poetry discussion group will be announced shortly. Registration is strongly encouraged and can be done through the library’s website or by calling library director Jenifer May at 201-330-2083 x4011.

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