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Wednesday July 29, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 3:00 PM  -  4:00 PM Superhero Party!   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Liz   609-448-1474   ehughes@mcl.org
   

For ages 3-10.

Come dressed up as your favorite superhero are invited to dress up as their favorite superhero & enjoy games and light refreshments.

Online registration required beginning July 13.

Sponsored by the Hightstown Library Association.

    Location: Hightstown Branch
 
misc_none 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Financial Smarts Seminar   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact:    (609) 448-1474   
    Get practical advice and knowledge about general money management & planning for your future at this informative seminar. Presented by Wells Fargo Bank NA.

Click the Register button, or call the library at 609-448-1474 to register or for information.

Please call or e-mail us if you need to cancel.

    Location: Hightstown Branch
       
Thursday July 30, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 1:30 PM  -  2:30 PM I'm Booked - Grades 1-2 Summer Book Club   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Liz   609-448-1474   ehughes@mcl.org
   

NEW!!

Children entering Grades 1-2 in the Fall are invited to our new summer book club: "I'm Booked (Grades 1-2)" to read aloud great books from series like "My Weird School" and "Ivy and Bean" while doing related crafts and activities.

Light refreshments will also be served.

No registration necessary.
    Location: Hightstown Branch
 
misc_none 6:30 PM  -  8:30 PM Rock Band Workshop, teens only   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Staff   609-799-0462   ddrobnja@mcl.org
    Join us for a fun three-part workshop in which you learn how to play a song (you will vote from five different songs) with other teens in a band! This workshop is led by two well-established rock'n'roll musicians.

Space is limited. You only need to register once in order to be registered for all 3 workshops. Please make sure that you can actually attend all of the dates. Those dates are July 16th, 23rd & 30th.

Pizza will be provided!

    Location: West Windsor Branch
    REGISTRATION CLOSED.   (NO WAITING LIST)
 
misc_none 7:00 PM Mozart at the Movies   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Lawrence Programs   609-989-6920   lawprogs@mcl.org
    Mozart’s music has appeared in more than 550 movies. This program, presented by Catherine Sprague, will examine some of the films featuring Mozart’s music. Film clips from "Master and Commander", "Elvira Madigan", "Shawshank Redemption", "Out of Africa", "Amadeus", "The King’s Speech" and "Adieu Mozart", a documentary about Mozart’s three trips to Prague, will be followed by the real story behind the music. Ms. Sprague is a pianist, with musical training at Mount Holyoke College and Indiana University. She has lectured on classical music throughout New Jersey and is the author of the book “Mozart’s Salzburg Years (1756?1981): Insights and Images.” She is also a member of the Mozart Society of America. Registration is suggested.
    Location: Lawrence Branch
Friday July 31, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Ethical Hacking, for teens   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Staff   609-799-0462   ddrobnja@mcl.org
    Program Description:

Are you an avid programmer ready to boast your skills to the world? Consider gaining some skills in ethical hacking, the branch of “hacking” concerned with finding holes in programs and websites before the bad guys do. Join this program to get off the ground with your hacking career! We’re not going to be hacking into Google or anything, but we’re certain you’ll have fun getting yourself ankle-deep into this exciting realm of computer science.

NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR PROGRAMMING BEGINNERS. We strongly recommend that if you wish to join this program, you have had significant experience in at least one object-oriented or procedural programming language (Python, Java, C, etc.) and have a solid overall understanding of the basics of how computers function (e.g. the function of RAM, what a CPU does, etc.). If all these terms sound like Greek to you, it would not be advisable to join this program.

The program will run every Friday for 6 weeks, starting July 17th, for two hours from 1 - 3 PM. Below is a schedule of the program.

Schedule:

Week 1: Introduction to the program--what is ethical hacking? Recommendations for getting good at hacking. Cryptography -- Alphabetical and Binary Ciphers, Hashes, RSA, ECC. Some fun with (virtual) Enigma machines.

Week 2: The Internals of a Computer: How x86 Assembly Makes the Modern Computer Work. Linux tutorial and an introduction to reverse engineering.

Week 3: An intro to C and the stack and heap; basic binary exploitation techniques (buffer overflows, ROP, format string attacks)

Week 4: An introduction to the structure of network communications and how the Internet works. Web hacking: SQL injection techniques, cookie stealing, PHP vulnerabilities

Week 5: Explorations in Cyber Forensics: using hex editors, analyzing packet captures and memory dumps, steganography

Week 6: Mock Capture the Flag (CTF) Competition! (No, this isn’t the game involving running played in gym class.) Program members will group in pairs and compete in a small competition designed to test the limits of their hacking skills. May the best hackers win!

Be sure to bring a laptop! We’d also recommend installing the software from the following URL (all of it is free and mostly open-source):

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ySjP7xuoGr_xVCVK6NCIuIfg3bzFkqDjWIboPilW9Nw/edit?usp=sharing

We recommend attending every class, though the classes aren’t exactly sequential so its okay to miss one or two. Please contact us if you know in advance that you might miss a session, and only register if you think you’ll be available for most of the sessions. Open to ages 12 - 20!

We recommend that you install the following software on your computer:

-Wireshark

Mac users may have trouble installing this due to compatibility issues, we will help you out in the first session

-A Hex Editor (we recommend HxD for Windows or iHex for Mac)

-A Disassembler of your Choice

Hopper works well for Mac, IDA Disassembler is the industry standard (if you have a Mac, we recommend both)

-Advanced REST client (available from Chrome App Store). This isn’t strictly necessary, we can also use online REST services.

-Code Editor (I recommend Sublime Text)

-Python 2.7 or 3.3 (or preferably both)

pip package manager or easy_install package manager

-C Compiler, e.g. gcc (preinstalled on Mac and Linux, available through Visual Studio or Cygwin on Windows)

We also recommend:

Registering for:

-A Cloud9 Account (https://c9.io): useful for Linux terminals

-A Github Account (https://github.com)

-A PicoCTF Account (https://picoctf.com)

-An HSCTF Account (https://hsctf.com)

-Accounts for other CTFs!

    Location: West Windsor Branch
Saturday August 1, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM  -  11:00 AM Lakeside Super Hero Stretch   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact:    (609) 448-1474   
    A workout designed to be a fun, fast-paced, calorie-burning adventure! Zoom, Wack, Ka-Bam& Ka-Pow the fat that just won't surrender! This is for all levels of heroes in training. We'll modify the workout to help you work with your abilities. Injuries? no problem, New to exercise? We will help you get started. No excuses! Bring a yoga mat, water, towel and your WILL! We'll be stretching in the park outside the library.

Register online at www.mcl.org, in person or by phone.

    Location: Hightstown Branch
       
Monday August 3, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM Waltens Acrobatic and Performing Dog Show   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    For All Ages! Please note that this program includes live animals and will be held outside.

Please bring your own mat or folding chair.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

    Location: Ewing Branch
 
misc_none 2:30 PM  -  3:30 PM KidCraft: Superhero Mask   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Liz   609-448-1474   ehughes@mcl.org
    Children ages 3-8 can drop in anytime during this program to create a superhero mask craft.

Online registration required beginning July 20.

    Location: Hightstown Branch
 
misc_none 7:00 PM Medicare 101   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Twin Rivers Staff   (609) 443-1880   twinprogs@mcl.org
    This presentation will make Medicare much easier to understand and help prepare you to make decisions about the future of your health care.

El presentador habla español.
    Location: Twin Rivers Branch
        There are 30 spaces available.
Tuesday August 4, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:00 AM Waltens Acrobatic Show   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    For all ages.

This show will be held outdoors on the Route 1 side of the building. (weather permitting) Bring your own seating.(beach chairs, chair umbrellas, blankets or towels to sit on are all acceptable.)

We will hold the show indoors in case of rain, with seating on the floor. Space will be limited.

Willy and Tinkerbelle, now 36 years together as The Waltens Acrobatic Show have performed around the world with a variety show of hand balancing, foot balancing, juggling, rola bola and rolling globe.

The dogs, Einstein, Lizzy and Toby steal the show with their amazing tricks and comedy.

Registration is required, on the day of the program.

Preference at the door may be given to patrons who have registered with a valid MCLS library card. Those who have not registered may be admitted as space permits.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Lawrence Library.

Visit their website:    

    Location: Lawrence Branch
    The registration period has not begun.
Thursday August 6, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 6:00 PM Facebook 101   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Twin Rivers Staff   (609) 443-1880   twinprogs@mcl.org
    An Introduction to Facebook. Learn the basics about using Facebook. Must have an email account to sign up for a Facebook account.
    Location: Twin Rivers Branch
        There are 4 spaces available.
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Friday August 7, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Ethical Hacking, for teens   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Staff   609-799-0462   ddrobnja@mcl.org
    Program Description:

Are you an avid programmer ready to boast your skills to the world? Consider gaining some skills in ethical hacking, the branch of “hacking” concerned with finding holes in programs and websites before the bad guys do. Join this program to get off the ground with your hacking career! We’re not going to be hacking into Google or anything, but we’re certain you’ll have fun getting yourself ankle-deep into this exciting realm of computer science.

NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR PROGRAMMING BEGINNERS. We strongly recommend that if you wish to join this program, you have had significant experience in at least one object-oriented or procedural programming language (Python, Java, C, etc.) and have a solid overall understanding of the basics of how computers function (e.g. the function of RAM, what a CPU does, etc.). If all these terms sound like Greek to you, it would not be advisable to join this program.

The program will run every Friday for 6 weeks, starting July 17th, for two hours from 1 - 3 PM. Below is a schedule of the program.

Schedule:

Week 1: Introduction to the program--what is ethical hacking? Recommendations for getting good at hacking. Cryptography -- Alphabetical and Binary Ciphers, Hashes, RSA, ECC. Some fun with (virtual) Enigma machines.

Week 2: The Internals of a Computer: How x86 Assembly Makes the Modern Computer Work. Linux tutorial and an introduction to reverse engineering.

Week 3: An intro to C and the stack and heap; basic binary exploitation techniques (buffer overflows, ROP, format string attacks)

Week 4: An introduction to the structure of network communications and how the Internet works. Web hacking: SQL injection techniques, cookie stealing, PHP vulnerabilities

Week 5: Explorations in Cyber Forensics: using hex editors, analyzing packet captures and memory dumps, steganography

Week 6: Mock Capture the Flag (CTF) Competition! (No, this isn’t the game involving running played in gym class.) Program members will group in pairs and compete in a small competition designed to test the limits of their hacking skills. May the best hackers win!

Be sure to bring a laptop! We’d also recommend installing the software from the following URL (all of it is free and mostly open-source):

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ySjP7xuoGr_xVCVK6NCIuIfg3bzFkqDjWIboPilW9Nw/edit?usp=sharing

We recommend attending every class, though the classes aren’t exactly sequential so its okay to miss one or two. Please contact us if you know in advance that you might miss a session, and only register if you think you’ll be available for most of the sessions. Open to ages 12 - 20!

We recommend that you install the following software on your computer:

-Wireshark

Mac users may have trouble installing this due to compatibility issues, we will help you out in the first session

-A Hex Editor (we recommend HxD for Windows or iHex for Mac)

-A Disassembler of your Choice

Hopper works well for Mac, IDA Disassembler is the industry standard (if you have a Mac, we recommend both)

-Advanced REST client (available from Chrome App Store). This isn’t strictly necessary, we can also use online REST services.

-Code Editor (I recommend Sublime Text)

-Python 2.7 or 3.3 (or preferably both)

pip package manager or easy_install package manager

-C Compiler, e.g. gcc (preinstalled on Mac and Linux, available through Visual Studio or Cygwin on Windows)

We also recommend:

Registering for:

-A Cloud9 Account (https://c9.io): useful for Linux terminals

-A Github Account (https://github.com)

-A PicoCTF Account (https://picoctf.com)

-An HSCTF Account (https://hsctf.com)

-Accounts for other CTFs!

    Location: West Windsor Branch
 
misc_none 2:00 PM  -  3:30 PM End of Summer Reading Program Party   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Liz   609-448-1474   ehughes@mcl.org
    Children and teens of all ages can celebrate the end of the Summer Reading Program with a luau-themed party featuring crafts, games, & Rita's Water Ice.

Online registration required beginning July 20.

Sponsored by the Hightstown Library Association.

    Location: Hightstown Branch
       
Tuesday August 11, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 PM Mad Science *Spin, Pop, Boom* for 5-11 yrs   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    For 5-11 years, with a caregiver.

In this 45-minute presentation, the Mad Scientist will use simple but exciting science experiments and demonstrations to involve your group in the discovery process of science.

Included in the event will be such experiments as the "Famous, Flaming Didgeridoo" and the "Fantastic Flying Foam Factory".

There will also be some audience participation. Spectacular experiments spark the children's curiosity and highlight the very best of Mad Science.

It's a kid's show the adults will love, too!

Registration is required starting at 7am on the day of the show.

Preference at the door may be given to those who have registered with a valid MCLS library card. Those who have not registered may be admitted as space permits.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Lawrence Library.

    Location: Lawrence Branch
    The registration period has not begun.
Wednesday August 12, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 10:30 AM Medicare Basics   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact:    6098823148   
    Presented by Steve Gantzos. Learn all about Medicare Parts A and B, Part C (Medicare Advantage Plans overview), Part D (prescription drug plans overview), and Medigap plans (also known as Medicare Supplement plans).
    Location: Ewing Branch
Thursday August 13, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 2:00 PM Microsoft Office for Beginners   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Twin Rivers Staff   (609) 443-1880   twinprogs@mcl.org
    Learn the basics of Microsoft Word and Excel while preparing simple documents.
    Location: Twin Rivers Branch
        There are 4 spaces available.
Friday August 14, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Ethical Hacking, for teens   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Staff   609-799-0462   ddrobnja@mcl.org
    Program Description:

Are you an avid programmer ready to boast your skills to the world? Consider gaining some skills in ethical hacking, the branch of “hacking” concerned with finding holes in programs and websites before the bad guys do. Join this program to get off the ground with your hacking career! We’re not going to be hacking into Google or anything, but we’re certain you’ll have fun getting yourself ankle-deep into this exciting realm of computer science.

NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR PROGRAMMING BEGINNERS. We strongly recommend that if you wish to join this program, you have had significant experience in at least one object-oriented or procedural programming language (Python, Java, C, etc.) and have a solid overall understanding of the basics of how computers function (e.g. the function of RAM, what a CPU does, etc.). If all these terms sound like Greek to you, it would not be advisable to join this program.

The program will run every Friday for 6 weeks, starting July 17th, for two hours from 1 - 3 PM. Below is a schedule of the program.

Schedule:

Week 1: Introduction to the program--what is ethical hacking? Recommendations for getting good at hacking. Cryptography -- Alphabetical and Binary Ciphers, Hashes, RSA, ECC. Some fun with (virtual) Enigma machines.

Week 2: The Internals of a Computer: How x86 Assembly Makes the Modern Computer Work. Linux tutorial and an introduction to reverse engineering.

Week 3: An intro to C and the stack and heap; basic binary exploitation techniques (buffer overflows, ROP, format string attacks)

Week 4: An introduction to the structure of network communications and how the Internet works. Web hacking: SQL injection techniques, cookie stealing, PHP vulnerabilities

Week 5: Explorations in Cyber Forensics: using hex editors, analyzing packet captures and memory dumps, steganography

Week 6: Mock Capture the Flag (CTF) Competition! (No, this isn’t the game involving running played in gym class.) Program members will group in pairs and compete in a small competition designed to test the limits of their hacking skills. May the best hackers win!

Be sure to bring a laptop! We’d also recommend installing the software from the following URL (all of it is free and mostly open-source):

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ySjP7xuoGr_xVCVK6NCIuIfg3bzFkqDjWIboPilW9Nw/edit?usp=sharing

We recommend attending every class, though the classes aren’t exactly sequential so its okay to miss one or two. Please contact us if you know in advance that you might miss a session, and only register if you think you’ll be available for most of the sessions. Open to ages 12 - 20!

We recommend that you install the following software on your computer:

-Wireshark

Mac users may have trouble installing this due to compatibility issues, we will help you out in the first session

-A Hex Editor (we recommend HxD for Windows or iHex for Mac)

-A Disassembler of your Choice

Hopper works well for Mac, IDA Disassembler is the industry standard (if you have a Mac, we recommend both)

-Advanced REST client (available from Chrome App Store). This isn’t strictly necessary, we can also use online REST services.

-Code Editor (I recommend Sublime Text)

-Python 2.7 or 3.3 (or preferably both)

pip package manager or easy_install package manager

-C Compiler, e.g. gcc (preinstalled on Mac and Linux, available through Visual Studio or Cygwin on Windows)

We also recommend:

Registering for:

-A Cloud9 Account (https://c9.io): useful for Linux terminals

-A Github Account (https://github.com)

-A PicoCTF Account (https://picoctf.com)

-An HSCTF Account (https://hsctf.com)

-Accounts for other CTFs!

    Location: West Windsor Branch
Wednesday August 19, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM 3D Printing   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact:    6098823148   
    Presented by Jeffrey Keiffer. Interested in learning what 3-D printing is all about? Come to this informative presentation and learn all about this fascinating new technology! Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
    Location: Ewing Branch
Thursday August 20, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 6:30 PM The Wreck of the SS (Screw Steamer) Andrea Doria   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Lawrence Programs   609-989-6920   lawprogs@mcl.org
    On July 25, 1956 near Nantucket Island, the Swedish liner "Stockholm" collided with the Italian luxury liner "Andrea Doria". Both ships had radio communications and radar, yet the "Andrea Doria" sank to the bottom of the ocean while the damaged Stockholm sailed into New York harbor. Michael Hyduk, a PADI Scuba instructor, wreck diving specialist and guide at the NJ Shipwreck Museum will describe the decisions that resulted in the tragedy that ended the era of luxury liner travel for the Atlantic Crossing. Registration suggested.
    Location: Lawrence Branch
Friday August 21, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 1:00 PM  -  3:00 PM Ethical Hacking, for teens   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Staff   609-799-0462   ddrobnja@mcl.org
    Program Description:

Are you an avid programmer ready to boast your skills to the world? Consider gaining some skills in ethical hacking, the branch of “hacking” concerned with finding holes in programs and websites before the bad guys do. Join this program to get off the ground with your hacking career! We’re not going to be hacking into Google or anything, but we’re certain you’ll have fun getting yourself ankle-deep into this exciting realm of computer science.

NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR PROGRAMMING BEGINNERS. We strongly recommend that if you wish to join this program, you have had significant experience in at least one object-oriented or procedural programming language (Python, Java, C, etc.) and have a solid overall understanding of the basics of how computers function (e.g. the function of RAM, what a CPU does, etc.). If all these terms sound like Greek to you, it would not be advisable to join this program.

The program will run every Friday for 6 weeks, starting July 17th, for two hours from 1 - 3 PM. Below is a schedule of the program.

Schedule:

Week 1: Introduction to the program--what is ethical hacking? Recommendations for getting good at hacking. Cryptography -- Alphabetical and Binary Ciphers, Hashes, RSA, ECC. Some fun with (virtual) Enigma machines.

Week 2: The Internals of a Computer: How x86 Assembly Makes the Modern Computer Work. Linux tutorial and an introduction to reverse engineering.

Week 3: An intro to C and the stack and heap; basic binary exploitation techniques (buffer overflows, ROP, format string attacks)

Week 4: An introduction to the structure of network communications and how the Internet works. Web hacking: SQL injection techniques, cookie stealing, PHP vulnerabilities

Week 5: Explorations in Cyber Forensics: using hex editors, analyzing packet captures and memory dumps, steganography

Week 6: Mock Capture the Flag (CTF) Competition! (No, this isn’t the game involving running played in gym class.) Program members will group in pairs and compete in a small competition designed to test the limits of their hacking skills. May the best hackers win!

Be sure to bring a laptop! We’d also recommend installing the software from the following URL (all of it is free and mostly open-source):

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ySjP7xuoGr_xVCVK6NCIuIfg3bzFkqDjWIboPilW9Nw/edit?usp=sharing

We recommend attending every class, though the classes aren’t exactly sequential so its okay to miss one or two. Please contact us if you know in advance that you might miss a session, and only register if you think you’ll be available for most of the sessions. Open to ages 12 - 20!

We recommend that you install the following software on your computer:

-Wireshark

Mac users may have trouble installing this due to compatibility issues, we will help you out in the first session

-A Hex Editor (we recommend HxD for Windows or iHex for Mac)

-A Disassembler of your Choice

Hopper works well for Mac, IDA Disassembler is the industry standard (if you have a Mac, we recommend both)

-Advanced REST client (available from Chrome App Store). This isn’t strictly necessary, we can also use online REST services.

-Code Editor (I recommend Sublime Text)

-Python 2.7 or 3.3 (or preferably both)

pip package manager or easy_install package manager

-C Compiler, e.g. gcc (preinstalled on Mac and Linux, available through Visual Studio or Cygwin on Windows)

We also recommend:

Registering for:

-A Cloud9 Account (https://c9.io): useful for Linux terminals

-A Github Account (https://github.com)

-A PicoCTF Account (https://picoctf.com)

-An HSCTF Account (https://hsctf.com)

-Accounts for other CTFs!

    Location: West Windsor Branch
Thursday August 27, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 7:00 PM Classical Indian Dance Presentation   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    Contact: Lawrence Programs   609-989-6920   lawprogs@mcl.org
    A showcase of ‘Kathak’, the north Indian style of classical dance will feature Latika Jethani, Ruee Gawarikar, and special guest, Rashmi Jangam –Terphale. The performance will be followed by a short workshop for interested audience members to learn the style and try it out. Registration is suggested.
    Location: Lawrence Branch
Monday August 31, 2015 Go To Top
misc_none 12:00 PM Juggling Hoffmans   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    For 5-10 years, and all ages, with a caregiver.

You'll be amazed by the tricks and amused by the antics in a smile-a-long, laugh-a-long interactive good time for all ages.

It's a kid's show the adults will love, too!

Registration is required starting at 7am on the day of the show.

Preference at the door may be given to those who have registered with a valid MCLS library card. Those who have not registered may be admitted as space permits.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Lawrence Library.

(Summer events at most branches are intended to meet the demand of individuals and families residing in member municipalities. While all programs are free, some may require children to pre-register with a valid Mercer County Library System card. Groups or organizations physically located within member municipalities may contact their local branch to find out which months of the year they may best be accommodated with outreach programming, or if any summer programs may be appropriate for larger groups.)

Visit their website    

    Location: Lawrence Branch
    The registration period has not begun.
Saturday September 5, 2015 Go To Top
misc_construction 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Labor Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
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Sunday September 6, 2015 Go To Top
misc_construction 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Labor Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday September 7, 2015 Go To Top
misc_construction 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Labor Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday October 12, 2015 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Columbus Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Tuesday November 3, 2015 Go To Top
misc_vote.gif 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Election Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
Wednesday November 11, 2015 Go To Top
nat_poppy 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Veterans Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
Thursday November 26, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_turkey 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Thanksgiving Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Friday November 27, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_cornucopia 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Day After Thanksgiving   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
Thursday December 24, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_xmastree 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Christmas Eve   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches will close at 5:00pm.
Friday December 25, 2015 Go To Top
holiday_santa_hat 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Christmas   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Thursday December 31, 2015 Go To Top
nat_snowman 12:55 AM  -  11:55 PM New Year's Eve   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches will close at 5:00pm.
Friday January 1, 2016 Go To Top
nat_snowman 12:55 AM  -  11:55 PM New Year's Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday January 18, 2016 Go To Top
holiday_MLK_face.GIF 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Martin Luther King Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
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Monday February 15, 2016 Go To Top
misc_usflag 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM President's Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Friday March 25, 2016 Go To Top
relig_easter3 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Good Friday   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Sunday March 27, 2016 Go To Top
anim_rabbit 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Easter   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Saturday May 21, 2016 Go To Top
misc_usflag 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Memorial Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Sunday May 22, 2016 Go To Top
misc_usflag 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Memorial Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday May 23, 2016 Go To Top
misc_usflag 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Memorial Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday July 4, 2016 Go To Top
misc_liberty 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Fourth of July   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Saturday September 3, 2016 Go To Top
misc_construction 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Labor Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Sunday September 4, 2016 Go To Top
misc_construction 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Labor Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday September 5, 2016 Go To Top
misc_construction 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Labor Day Weekend   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Monday October 17, 2016 Go To Top
trans_mayflower 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Columbus Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Tuesday November 8, 2016 Go To Top
misc_vote.gif 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Election Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
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Friday November 11, 2016 Go To Top
nat_poppy 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Veterans Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
Thursday November 24, 2016 Go To Top
holiday_turkey 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Thanksgiving Day   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Friday November 25, 2016 Go To Top
holiday_cornucopia 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Day After Thanksgiving   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    The Ewing, Hickory Corner, Lawrence and West Windsor branches will be open for holiday hours, 9:30-5:00pm. All other branches will be closed.
Saturday December 24, 2016 Go To Top
holiday_xmastree 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Christmas Eve   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches will close at 5:00pm.
Sunday December 25, 2016 Go To Top
holiday_santa_hat 12:05 AM  -  11:55 PM Christmas   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches are closed.
Saturday December 31, 2016 Go To Top
nat_snowman 12:55 AM  -  11:55 PM New Year's Eve   Download Event Info Tell a Friend
    All branches will close at 5:00pm.
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