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Wednesday, July 28, 2004


Wow, what a crowd! Thanks to all that turned out for the Library's presentation on UFO's as part of the "Blazing Trails at Your Library" summer programming series. Don't fret if you missed it, there's much more to come!

The Genealogy Club meets for some online instruction at the Library. Interested in joining the club? Contact Jennifer Sherman at the Laurence Harbor Branch - (732) 566-2227 or jlsherma@lmxac.org.

Sunday, July 25, 2004

UFO believer due at library program

Retired Air Force Major George Filer claims to have encountered his first Unidentified Flying Object while piloting an air tanker over England in 1962. He has been chasing them ever since. At 7 p.m. July 28, Filer will present the evidence he has collected when he visits the Old Bridge Public Library. Filer is currently the East Coast director of the Mutual UFO Network, the nation's largest UFO organization, and is also editor of an online UFO newsletter. His visit is sponsored by the Friends of the Old Bridge Library. The program is free, and reservations are not necessary. Additional information is available by calling the library at (732) 721-5600 ext. 5033 or by visiting www.lxmac.org/obpl.

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A full house enjoys Judith Krall-Russo's program "Apples, Dumplings, Cider and Jack." Part of the Library's "Blazing Trails" summer programming lineup.

Wednesday, July 14, 2004


The Old Bridge Library hosted a Digital Camera Workshop on July 13th as part of its Summer Reading Program.

Tuesday, July 06, 2004


Frank Fotusky performs live at the Old Bridge Public Library, Saturday, July 10th at 1:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 10 @ 1:00PM Discover Travelin' Tunes ~ Blues Concert with Frank Fotusky Blaze a trail to the library and find nothing but the Blues! Frank plays accoustic blues -- from the oldies you love to contemporaries like Paul Geremia and Woody Mann, plus a whole bunch of originals. Come discover this spellbinding performer who mixesdazzling guitar and strong vocals with inspiring stories of the great blues men and women of the past. Check out Frank's web site here.

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