Need some help keeping up with today's technology? The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) will be offering one-on-one tech help the first and third Tuesday of every month. Bring your phone, lap tops and tablets. No appointments needed!
Take this class and Crunch the Math Section.
Walk in, Bring questions, Take notes.
Class dates: 9/26, 10/3, 10/15*, 10/31, 11/21, 12/5
*10/15 is a special class to prepare for PSAT class.
All Free, no card needed.
Presented by Mike Carlin, Math professor and SAT / Math tutor.
Dress in your best worst eighties prom style and embrace the spooky season with a Stranger Things celebration! Play trivia games and share season four theories. Eggos, candy, chicken nuggets and Coca-Cola will be served
Celebrating the Work of Jacqueline Woodson
Jacqueline Woodson is the award-winning, internationally-acclaimed author of over 30 titles, including Harbor Me and Brown Girl Dreaming. Her work advocates diversity, hope, change and promotes the overcoming of social, racial, and psychological barriers. Presented by the Literary Alliance of New Jersey, join us for a streaming of Woodson's live Q&A event, as well as activities celebrating her work and art.
Grades 5 and up.
No registration required. This program will be held in the lower gallery.
Calculus is a branch of mathematics that looks at numbers and lines, usually from the real world, and maps out how they are changing. Calculus is also one of the most widely used branches of mathematics in the world. It is an important tool in engineering, economics, statistics, chemistry and physics.
Top colleges are looking for students who take math all the way through their senior year. Come join this 2 part calculus series to learn the basics and help strengthen your High School transcript.
Registration is required.
The Basics of Python beginner Level.
Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. In this three part series we will focus on learning Python - Beginner Level.
Registration is required / Please bring along a laptop for the program.
Come celebrate the season and a love of literature with a viewing of Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery (Invite Only, Casual) Dinner Party! While watching, redesign the cover of a classic novel and learn how to make a modern book look vintage.
This program introduces a beginner to Arduino programming which is a framework for making interactive things.
Arduino is a language for Micro-controllers to make things smarter and have them perform. Join us to make Jack O'Lanterns
that will react to motion with light and sound.
This class is limited. Register thru our online calendar.
The Monmouth County TAB meets monthly to share ideas and help promote library teen services. Meet friends, have a snack, and get involved in your community!
*Applications for TAB are closed. Applications for the 2020-2021 school year will be avaliable in April 2020.
Back by popular demand! We are pleased to provide a special treat for Anime Fans! Our film festival will feature
Steam boy - PG 13 (2004/ 2 Hrs 6 mins. In 1860's Britain, a boy inventor finds himself caught in the middle of a deadly
conflict over a revolutionary advance in steam power. Director: Katsuhior Otomo. Starring: Anna Paquin, Patrick Stewart, & Alfred Molina.
Snacks will be provided, Registration is required.
*Applications for TAB are closed. Applications for the 2020-2021 school year will be avaliable this month.