NEWS AND UPDATES!
As mentioned by President Sharon Taylor at the Town Council meeting on June 10, 2019, FOTML needs your support and a way to do that is to join the Friends. You can join at the library or through the "Donate" button at the bottom of this page. Your membership is greatly appreciated.
On June 10, 2019, a large group of Metuchen Library supporters attended the Council Meeting to listen to a presentation about the Library and how it is doing and what needs to be done in the future. Library Director, Hsi hsi Chung, President of the Library Trustees, Liz Waldron, Treasurer of the Trustees, John Koskowski, Present of FOTML, Sharon Taylor and Vice President of the Trustees Samina Ali spoke to the council with the hope the council will support the Library when the opportunity to be awarded State money happens. The money requires a match by the town in order to receive the money from the State. Please look out for more on this in the coming months.
Check out the article on the Friends of the Metuchen Library in the current issue of Metuchen Mirror.
Check out all the great programs that the Friends are funding in the new quarterly newsletter (April, May and June, 2019) that have been sponsored by Metuchen Savings Bank. Click here for the flyer.
PLEASE NOTE: the Library is now CLOSED on Sundays and will reopen on September 8, 2019.
The next Friends monthly meeting is on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 in the Library Gallery on the second floor.
June 29, 2019 from 9:30 - 11:30a.m. the Friends are having a Children's Storybook Breakfast at Cai's Cafe in Downtown Metuchen. Please see the attached flyer here for more information.
Lets Go Yankees! On July 31, 2019, we are off to a ballgame. Its the Yankees vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks. Please see the attached flyer here for more information.
Come meet members of the FOTML board at the Farmers Market on June 29, 2019. You can become a member of the Friends and buy your vegetables!
What's Happening at the Gallery.........
June and July - Curators Corner. Curators of local galleries are hanging their own work.
August - See the work of the students who took part in the 13 art classes provided by the Middlesex County Board Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.