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  • Maker Program 2015
  • Lightpainting 2015
  • Book Characters
  • NJ Makers Day 2015
  • 2015 Summer Reading Carnival



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Current Happenings

Local Makers Market, Sunday, March 26, 1:00-4:00pm

Join your neighbors and friends for an exhibition of local makers, artisans, and crafters who will be exhibiting and selling their unique creations. All are welcome to visit and see what our local makers have to offer!

123 of Paper Quilling - Neha Shah

123 of Paper Quilling - Neha Shah

Spring Book Sale

Believe it or not, spring is coming... and so is the Friends Biannual Book Sale! Once again, the Friends of the Piscataway Public Library will have thousands of used books for sale at our John F. Kennedy Library. Proceeds support the Piscataway Public Library through donations for programming, facility upgrades, and more!

2017 Build It Better Design Challenge

The Build It Better Design Challenge is a one-day startup competition that exposes high school students to the basic skills of entrepreneurship. Participating students will be divided into teams, and local experts will guide the teams through essential stages, including planning, designing, building, and marketing. Final products will be evaluated by a panel of judges, and the members of the winning team will each receive a $100 scholarship. 

This challenge is open to Piscataway resident high school students in grades 9-12. Please register online or by calling 732-463-1633 ext 6.

Saturday, April 1, 2017 -
10:00am to 5:00pm

unique You

Piscataway Township's Municipal Alliance is offering an exciting and engaging program called "unique You". Through a variety of fun and hands-on games and activities, children learn the important concepts of cooperation, teamwork and character. Young people today are faced with stresses that many parents and other concerned adults minimize or overlook. Pressure to fit in, stress related to school, stress dealing with bullying and peer pressure. This program is appropriate for children in grades 3-5.

unique You helps young people feel good about who they are by promoting self-worth, healthy living skills and effective group cooperation. A separate program will be offered daily from Monday, April 10 through Thursday, April 13 at each of our locations as follows. Refreshments and incentives for attending all sessions will be provided.

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