Social Security Seminar
Monday, March 30th @ 7pm
An informal meeting about Social Security benefit options and how they may influence your retirement decisions. Whether you are planning to take an early retirement or continue working until, or beyond, full retirement, this meeting will be beneficial. It will help you make informed decisions about your future based on your social security options and how much money you will need from other sources to supplement your retirement.
Classes for Englich Conversion
Monday, April 6th - May 18th @ 7pm
Do you want to learn to improve you English speaking ability? Come to the library! Informal small conversation groups for all levels of English ability. No registration is required.
After Hours Music: New York Mandolin Ensemble
Friday, April 10th @ 7pm
The New York Mandolin Ensemble is an eclectic group of experienced New York based musicians who seek to expand the traditional boundaries of mandolin music through their original compositions and carefully chosen arrangements of works in the classical, jazz, "downtown" and traditional/ethnic genres.
Getting more from Google
Saturday April 11th @ 1:30pm
Many people have heard of Gmail and Google Search, but did you know that Google has more products that can make your life easier? Google Calendar, Google Voice, Google Wallet, Google+, and many other products are offered by Google and are free of charge. This class will go over these products and give you a basic understanding as to what Google can do to make your life simpler.
Tuesday, April 14th @ 10AM
A class for beginners. Learn how to set up an email account, how to send messages, and how to reply to messages you receive. Register early - seating is limited for this hands-on class!
Master Gardners: Pollinators are not just Bees
Thursday, April 16th @ 7pm
Pollinators are in trouble. A world without pollinators would be a world without much of our food. Learn what you can do in your garden to help the pollinators. Join Master Gardener, Patrice McCoy for this informative discussion and for suggestions on attracting pollinators to your garden.
Matawan Aberdeen Public Library Writers' Group
4th Thursday of every month @ 7pm
Get together with other writers to discuss the creative writing process, share your work, and provide thoughtful feedback to others in the group. The group is open to new and experienced writers. All that is required is a desire to nurture and encourage the creative voice in everyone.
Raw Foods Diet
Sunday, April 26th @ 1pm
Join us to learn how a simple diet of fruits and vegetables can give you more energy and improve your sleep. Susan Bernstein-Mann, host of the Raw Vegan Meetup in Matawan, will be here to explain exactly what a Raw Foods Diet is, and how adopting a Raw Foods Diet improved her health and changed her life. She’ll also prepare a couple of delicious raw foodS dishes for you to taste.
FREE One-on-One sessions
We offer free one-on-one computer sessions with knowledgeable computer techs. Each session will be an hour long and will cover a range of topics, such as: online forms, email, the internet, resumes, and any other general computer questions you might have.
Call the information desk for available dates to sign up for a one hour session.