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Abby Brady
As you know the library doors remain closed. We were hoping library service would have resumed a long time ago but unfortunately, that has not happened. Governor Murphy has indicated that library staff throughout the state can begin returning to buildings in stage 2 of New Jersey’s Road to Recovery so we are waiting for...
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As you know the library is still closed to the public. The good news is that we have many online programs, activities and resources available as you will see from the extensive list below. The bad news is we don’t know when we will reopen. That will depend on Governor Murphy’s Road Back plan and...
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In honor of National Poetry Month, we held a haiku contest back in April. Participants were asked to create an original haiku poem about the Spring for the chance to win serious bragging rights! A haiku is a short un-rhymed poem having three lines containing five, seven and five syllables, respectively. Our judges took this...
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The Summit Library has created a list of places to turn for information regarding race in America. The list includes but is not limited to the following: Local and regional organizations and groups involved in efforts to promote understanding and justice through education, conversation, and service. Educational Resources from the Summit Library including digital and...
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Our librarians are on call from Monday through Friday from 10 am – 4 pm. Do not hesitate to call us at 908-273-0350 extension 3 if you need help with anything, including: Info about Covid-19 Need help as an individual or business owner. Want to find ways to volunteer during this crisis. Want to find...
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Are you looking for a job or have a job but are worried about the uncertainty in the job market, or just interested in projections about what the job market may look like in the short-and medium-term? Then this free webinar is for you: What the Coronavirus Economy Could Mean for Job Seekers Webinar Thursday,...
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An actionable business resiliency plan could mean the difference between business continuity or closure. Click on this Grow with Google partner webinar (anytime from any computer) and have access to this no-cost business resiliency webinar sponsored by Google and SBDC. The webinar includes and introduction to a 25 page guide to help small business owners...
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Those who frequent the library on a regular basis are probably familiar with Shirlee’s Picks – a curated selection of movies chosen by our librarian and movie expert, Shirlee. Even though our doors are closed Shirlee’s Pics are still available.  See her DVD list here. If you prefer downloadable movies, we have Shirlee’s Hoopla Pics, all available...
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Like businesses, schools and other “non-essential” services across the country the Summit Library’s doors are closed and locked. Library staff is not permitted to be in the building but we are working hard to continue library service to our patrons. In the last two weeks our staff has promoted many existing services such as eBooks,...
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April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate, the Summit Free Public Library is hosting a haiku contest. Create an original haiku poem about the Spring for your chance to win serious bragging rights! A haiku is a short unrhymed poem having three lines containing five, seven and five syllables, respectively. Here’s an example: The...
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