- 101 @ Dowdell
- 101 Job Search Tips! Presented by Career Coach, Eunice Colmon – Monday, March 23 @ 7pm – Participants must sign up to attend free workshop.
- Fine amounts that were 10 cent fines are now 20 cents: overdue books, magazines, audiobooks, read-a-longs, Playaways, software & music CDs.
- Sat, March 21, 1-3 pm Makers from across NJ will be participating in the inaugural NJ Makers Day 2015 to celebrate and share maker culture.
- Fine amounts that had 10 cent fines are now 20 cents: overdue books, magazines, audiobooks, read-a-longs, Playaways, software & music CDs.
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