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Celebrate New Jersey’s 350th Anniversary at the Monmouth County Library

Celebrate New Jersey’s 350th Anniversary at the Monmouth County Library

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Catch great author talks and family fun programs as the Monmouth County Library marks New Jersey's 350th Anniversary.

Library branches have planned historical programs to appeal to all ages! Coming up this month: 

 

Telling HerStories: Bridge Builder in Petticoats
Thursday, May 22 at 6:30 PM
Howell Township Library, 318 Old Tavern Road, Howell 07731
732-938-2300
Come learn about Emily Warren Roebling and her role in building the BrooklynBridge at a special Howell Township Library family program. Carol Levin of Telling HerStories will appear in costume as Emily Warren Roebling and tell her story. The presentation will include a lantern slide show.

 

The Jewish Newport on the Jersey Shore:
The History of the German Jews of Monmouth County
Wednesday May 28 at 2 PM
Eastern Branch, 1001 Route 35, Shrewsbury 07702
1-866-941-8188
Presented by the Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County.
The first permanent Jewish communities in Monmouth County were established by German-Jewish immigrants arriving in the mid-1800s. By the end of the Civil War, sizeable numbers of these businessmen and their families were well established in and around Keyport, Red Bank, Long Branch and Freehold. Jewish hoteliers and other tradesmen catering to summer visitors were also a visible presence along the
Atlantic coastline.

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