Join us at the library for a fun-filled paint night for adults!An artist from Art Kids Academy will come to teach us about the wonderful world of art and design.Call or stop by the library and sign up for an appointment with a member of the Reference staff. ) shown on Mondays at PM and usually (but not always! Friends of the Library meetings are generally held on the third Thursday of the month, at PM in the library. Within the Plainfield area, 1,464 new construction homes erected by 24 different builders in 142 different communities are waiting to be discovered.Let Move New Homes, the largest online new home directory, help you find that perfect abode.On Move New Homes, you can filter your search many different ways to find exactly what you want.They provide free Job Search Skills Seminars and a Job Seeker Support Group at the Piscataway libraries. To sign up for an appointment, please call or visit the South Plainfield Library. For links to helpful job-searching resources, see Useful Websites: JOBS & CAREERS. Series of two hands-on classes teaching basic crochet techniques. For upcoming meeting dates, please check the Library Calendar.Need some computer help, or just a quick refresher on how to use Word, Powerpoint, setting up an email account, or just some Internet basics? Brand new DVD releases are usually (but not always! Presenter Charlene Varry is a crochet expert who will help you with any crochet problems or questions you my have! (For related resources, see our Needlework Webfinder.) The Friends of the South Plainfield Public Library is a non-profit organization whose members support the Library through advocacy, volunteer services, and fundraising. The Library Board generally meets on the second Tuesday of each month at PM at the South Plainfield Public Library.
1653, John Wintrop Jr., later Governor of the Connecticut Colony, acquired the land from Hyems, a sachem of the Quinebaugs.Come celebrate art and view amazing artwork with Dr. Calling all mystery lovers: Join us for the South Plainfield Mystery Book Club!At the November meeting we'll be talking about Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie.This evaluation forms the basis of the offenders' facility and program assignment.Join us as we discuss See You at Harry's by Jo Knowles.