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Library Programs, Book Signing Highlight South Brunswick Weekend

Events in and around town this weekend.

Friday

Advanced Gmail, South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, noon.

In the class you will learn all of the bells and whistles of using your Gmail account to organize and customize your emails.  Students must have a Gmail account and be familiar with email basics.  A limited number of library laptops are available for attendees' use. Reservations are required.  If you bring your own device, you can attend the class on a first come first served basis. 

Saturday

Imedia group, South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, noon.

Imedia is a video production group.  They plan videos for and about the library's teen community.  All videos produced will go out on Youtube and possibly other video hosting sources.  To get involved you must also become an active TVA member.  Program courtesy of Friends of Library


"Dynamo" Author Meet & Greet, Rutgers University Bookstore, 100 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, 1 p.m.

Zach Lichtmann's exciting new novel, Dynamo, reveals an important message for young adults: taking a stand to become the person you want to be is the greatest fight of your life. It's a lesson that Lichtmann feels strongly about and is putting to good use for a cause right here in New Jersey. He's donating a portion of the proceeds from all sales of Dynamo during the month of February to The Community FoodBank of New Jersey. And that's not all he's doing.

Sunday

Party Showcase, Congregation Beth Chaim, 329 Village Road East, Princeton Junction, 9 a.m.

Visit dozens of vendors offering a variety of services geared toward making your party perfect. Caterers, entertainers, DJs, photographers, videographers, invitations, party planners, decorators, favors, and more. Free food samples.

Contact information: 609-799-9401, bethchaim.org

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