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New Brunswick Free Public Library

The goals of this ongoing adult ESL program are: To provide English language instruction, to help adults gain motivational skills and knowledge to pursue furth... More

The New Brunswick Free Public Library is partnering with the Islamic Circle of North America's New Jersey Chapter to hold five SAT Prep courses. These events w... More

In June, the library's Monday Movie Nights will be hosted by the New Brunswick African American Heritage Committee, Inc. Showtime for the "Juneteenth Monday Mo... More

Are you in grade 5, 6, 7, or 8? Are you a resident of New Brunswick, and interested in making your community a better place? Are you free on Tuesdays at 4 p.m.... More

Math And Science Story Times are back! This summer, join the Children's department for free bilingual story-times featuring stories, songs, and activities desi... More

The goals of this ongoing adult ESL program are: To provide English language instruction, to help adults gain motivational skills and knowledge to pursue furth... More

Parents and other caregivers: bring your little ones for story time and free play at the library! Open to age... More

Teens and tweens are invited to drop in and have fun! Come test your mettle and challenge your friends with one of the library's video games, or perhaps learn... More

Math And Science Story Times are back! This summer, join the Children's department for free bilingual story-times featuring stories, songs, and activities desi... More

Welcome to English Conversation Café! All levels welcome!!! R... More

For kids in grades K - 6: Study all kinds of rocks, watch a rock tumbler in action, and get your own set of rocks to take home!... More

Do you like to knit and/or crochet? Or do you want to learn? Join the club! Everyone is welcome, from beginners to old pros. Just bring your current project, o... More

Listen to garden-related stories, do an activity, and see how the library garden is growing! For children in grades K-6.... More

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FREE Summer Movies at the State Theatre!



Summer Movies Flyer (1).pdf

The Yard 2018 summer family movies .pdf

Early Childhood Education

kidsThe mission of the New Brunswick Public Schools’ preschool program is to establish a collaborative community of skilled, caring adults that will provide a high-quality program in a safe, secure environment. The curriculum encourages three and four year olds to develop social competence, good health habits, effective problem solving skills, creative expression and an enthusiasm for learning. Our goal is to begin the process of developing a society of independent learners, including children with special needs and English language learners that will cultivate a sense of ownership for their community.

Please call our office at 732.745.5300 ext. 4060 to schedule an appointment to register your child.
To register, you will need your child’s birth certificate, immunization records and two proofs of address. 

2018-2019 Preschool Registration/ Registro Preescolar

For New Brunswick Residents Only
Children must be 3 or 4 years old on or before October 15, 2018
To schedule an appointment, please call (732) 745-5300 ext. 4060







ucture that will allow the farm market to run year round.Visit the winter marketApril 20.




Rutgers Football returns toHigh Point Solutions Stadium for the Scarlet and White GameApril 14,followed by an autograph session.


TheRutgers Unite Half Marathonis one of thelargest half marathonsin New Jersey offering ascenic coursethroughout Rutgers campusesApril 15.


Gather your friends, colleagues, and family members to run, or walk, in theVets 4 Warriors 5k,April 22.


Eric LeGrandand Team LeGrand of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation will host the first annualEric LeGrand Flag Football Tournamenton Rutgers Day,April 28, on Rutgers Busch Campus.


Rutgers Women's Soccer Upper 90 Fundis hosting aFearless Girl fundraiserfeaturing Mandy Gonzalez from Broadway'sHamilton,April 29, at High Point Solutions Stadium.





Rutgers Dance Marathonswings into action April 6-7. Stop by the RAC on Livingston Campus and cheer on over2,000 Rutgers dancers and volunteersas they raise money for New Brunswick-basedEmbrace Kids Foundationto support the non-medical needs of children with cancer, sickle cell, and other serious disorders.


The New Brunswick Free Public Librarywill be celebrating its 9th annualIndian Holi FestivalApril 7, featuring music and dance performances, food, henna tattoos and the opportunity to participate in Holi color play.


The Metlar Bodine House Museum hostsCocktails with KenowithPBS antiques appraiser Leigh Keno,April 7 on Rutgers' Busch Campus, including a live benefit auction.


New Brunswick Free Public Libraryis offeringassistance to taxpayersin understanding new tax lawsand filing their taxes online, by appointment through April 7.


Namaste!Enjoy freeOutdoor Yoga at The Yardon College Avenue, Sundays beginning April 8.


The Friends of the New Brunswick Free Public Libraryare hosting their annualBook Sale,April 13 and 14.


TheMercado Esperanzais a monthly market celebrating the entrepreneurial spirit, cultural heritage, and artistic soul of New Brunswick’s diverse Latino community,April 22at Joyce Kilmer Park.


TheNJ Statewide Career & Internship Fairwill take placeApril 27. Candidates can look forward to engaging with170 employers. This event is open to Rutgers University students and alumni from all academic disciplines and the public.


The New Brunswick Free Public Library proudly presents its11th annual Photography Contest, accompaniedby free photography workshops. The submission deadline for the photo contest isMay 4.


Meals on Wheelsof Greater New Brunswick isseeking drivers age 18 and older to deliver mealsMondaythrough Friday to home-bound residents. Contact Program DirectorShareka Fitz at (732) 249-3488.


Rutgers Cinemawelcomes three blockbuster films in April: A Quiet Place, Blockers, and Avengers: Infinity War.Discounted ticket prices are available with ANY valid school ID.


Need a Rutgers expert to speak at your next community meeting? Try theRutgers Speakers Bureauwebsite where you can search bytopic, name, or keyword.





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