RSVP for Adult Events at 201-420-2347, email@example.com, at the second floor reference desk, or our online sign-up service: Hoboken Public Library Online Program Sign-Up.
Join us on March 3 at 6 PM and English Speakers on March 11 at 6 PM, for an introduction to computer use. Perfect for beginners.
Prepare Your Body for Pregnancy
If you are considering starting a family join us for an informative program about steps every woman should know about having a healthier pregnancy on Thursday, March 12 at 7 PM. The program will cover diet, exercise, and building a wellness- minded pregnancy team. Also included will be how to relieve neck & back pain, how to reduce labor and delivery time, and prevent a C-Section delivery. Dr. Dina Sgambati of Priority Chiropractic is a mother of two; specializing with expectant mothers and providing strategies to conceive, labor and birth more naturally.
Spring Holiday Magnets
On March 13 between 2 - 4 PM, come and learn how to make magnets using our magnet maker. We will have predone templates or bring a digital photo with you to upload from your phone or flash drive. Great for gifts! The first magnet is free. There will be a small charge for any additional magnets made. This is an all ages event, but children under 13 should be accompanied by an adult.
Join us on March 17 at 3 PM, for a workshop reviewing the basics of using LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, to help build your profile and connect with others in your field.
Open Tech Time
Whether it is a software or hardware question or to check out the library’s eReaders and tablets stop in for our Open Tech Time on March 18 at 6 PM. For Spanish & English Speakers.
Hoboken Public Library’s New Fiction and Nonfiction Book Discussion Group
You're invited to join the New Hoboken Public Library Book Club! The first meeting is Thursday March 19 at 7:30 PM at the library. We will be reading The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins. This bestselling thriller has been called the next Gone Girl. *Special copies for loan of The Girl on the Train will be available at the Reference Desk for participants to check out. Ebook versions are also available on the eReaders in our tech loan program.*
March Oz Event: Book Discussion and Movie Screening
On March 23 at 6 PM, as part of HPL's Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Discussion Group we will discuss L. Frank Baum’s first three Oz books (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Marvelous Land of Oz, and Ozma of Oz). Before the book discussion, see a screening of an adaptation of Baum’s books at 4 PM (please call for more details). Pizza will be served during the discussion. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list. *Special copies for loan of an Oz omnibus will be available at the Reference Desk for participants to check out. Ebook versions are also available on the eReaders in our tech loan program.*
Wisdom & Women LIVE: An Evening of Women’s Empowerment
On March 26 at 7 PM, come and share your feminine awesomeness amongst power-women in Hoboken. Hosted by Elizabeth Barry, in presentation with Hoboken Women’s Network & Lady Savant. Reserve your place at this confidence-boosting event centered upon the free downloadable eBook “Wisdom of the Years,” featuring motivational stories from nearly 20 female Hoboken pioneers who came together to share their wisdom and advice in her book. There will be a live reading by key speakers, followed by surprise guests and a mini-writing workshop to write your own “Letter to their Younger Self”. Refreshments will be served and an after party will end the evening at O’NIEALS across the park from the library.
On Saturday, March 28 at 2 PM, come make some fun recipes. Kids under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Please disclose any food allergies.
Our new Writer’s Group will be meeting April 13 at 6 PM. Come meet fellow writers and discuss your work in a supportive and creative environment. We will work on a writing prompt during the first meeting and discuss each other's wrting. Email email@example.com to be added to the mailing list for the group. All genres of creative writing including fiction, poetry, and memoir are welcome. This group is open to both beginning and experienced writers.