Adults

The Washington Public Library Invites You to a Free Parent Webinar:
Successful Study Skills 4 Students

Presents A Free Webinar for Parents:
5 Ways to Ease Your Student Back to School After Covid-19
A free Webinar for Parents of Elementary, Middle, and High School Students
In this 30-minute highly dynamic, action-specific, and interactive seminar, parents are invited to learn best-practice, tools and strategies to support their student as they transition back to school this fall.

When: Wednesday, August 19, 2020, 10:00 am -or- 4:00 pm
How: You will receive a Zoom invite prior to the start of the webinar

In this free seminar, parents will learn:

  • How can I help my student start school strong
  • What proven activities should your student practice to maximize academic success
  • How can I keep my student on track and on task
  • How can I encourage my student’s accountability
  • What are the best strategies to help my student minimize distractions
  • What are the best ways to reduce your student’s stress and anxiety
  • What are the best ways to deal with uncertainty

There is no charge for the program, but registration is required.

Register Now:
enroll.successfulstudyskills4students.com/enroll/virtual

ADULT PROGRAMS, RESOURCES AND SERVICES

AudioBookCloud: Features over 1200 titles, for all ages, including dozens of genres and interest levels. The collection includes popular literature, classics, children’s and teen books, mystery, sci-fi, history, biography, and more. 

Romance Book Cloud:  https://www.romancebookcloud.com/Home.aspx – Read to your Heart’s content. Contains nearly 2,000 online books, with a constantly growing collection.

We would like to offer a variety of new adult programs! If interested in any listed below, or in starting a new program, let us know by calling (908) 689-0201 or emailing library@washboropl.org. Tell us what program(s) you are interested in, and when you think would be a good time to meet.

SEE BELOW FOR SPECIAL INTEREST EVENTS, CLUBS & RESOURCES OFFERED BY THE LIBRARY.

 

You are invited to a Zoom webinar
When: Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 6:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Medicare 101
Description: Are you currently enrolled in Medicare? Will you be turning 65 over the next year or two? Learn about eligibility, how and when to enroll, when you can make changes, and the insurance options available to you. Review and compare what services are covered/not covered under Medicare Parts A, B, C and D. Detail the costs associated with medical and drug insurance. Explore and evaluate Original Medicare, Medicare Supplement Insurance, Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare Advantage Plans. This program will simplify the choices you need to make, help you make more well-informed decisions and explain what Medicare means for you! This is an educational event.

You must register in advance for this educational event.

At the registration page, please fill in your first name only and leave your last name blank.

Please register at:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_m2Qmtwa3TcaZIINn1m_L5A

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Board of Trustees Meeting
Head over to https://washboropl.org/about/board-of-trustees/ to find out when the next Washington Public Library Board of Trustees meeting is. All Board of Trustees begin at 7pm at the Washington Public Library.

CROCHETING CLUB
Meets every Thursday @ 7 pm at the library, unless otherwise noted.

We are looking for knitters, crocheters and other crafters to join the Club! Beginners seeking to learn a craft are also more than welcome! Patrons can now sign up for upcoming meetings at the Front Desk.

Come learn basics if crochet skills: how to use the tools and how to read a pattern. All ages and skill levels welcome!

If interested in joining, patrons may tell a clerk at the Circulation Desk or enter their name, e-mail, phone number and preferred meeting time into the online form.

WRITERS GROUP
NOW AT THE LIBRARY:

Join us on Thurdays at 6:30 pm! Open to everyone interested in writing (fiction, non fiction, poetry or prose).

Come for an evening of brainstorming and creative writing. Share your work, developed on the spot or brought in from home.  Listen to drafts in progress from other fellow writers. Each week selected  works by local residents will be featured on the Washington Library website.

No need to register. Attend when you can. Bring a friend and share in creativity.

DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM

Thanks to a partnership with Driving-Tests.org, the library is proud to offer free online test prep for patrons preparing for the NJ driving test. Click the green box below to visit the website, where patrons can choose from several different tests.

No library card number or personal information is needed. This resource is also great for anyone looking to brush up on their knowledge of NJ traffic laws or interested in getting a motorcycle license.

ADULT RESOURCES & WEBSITES