Mondays and Fridays – June 29th to August 28th | 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Register at: bit.ly/HSESUMMERGED
Join us for our next High School Equivalency Test Prep Classes (TASC/GED). Classes will meet for nine weeks. If you are 16 years or older, and think you may need help reviewing your math, science or English skills for your TASC or GED test, come check us out! Classes are free and led by a certified NJ educator! Let’s make your dreams come true! *Classes will be offered virtually until further notice.
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Monday, July 13th | 1:00 PM
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53 years ago this week, Newark exploded in rebellion, an event that has left an enduring legacy.
Join the Newark Public Library’s Thomas Ankner for a tour of the digital archive focused on items related to the events of July 1967.
Tune in on Zoom – https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUsf-uurjkpGdJE_WsOs43TZ5zb9T9jV2Sm
July 7th to August 13th (classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays) | 4 PM
Register at: https://forms.gle/pt627pHRaeY8xWRw8
Want to learn how to code? This summer we’re offering free peer-led coding classes for youth in grades 4-12. Classes meet Tuesdays (Scratch) and Thursdays (Python) at 4pm. Classes will meet on online using zoom.
Join us on Zoom for a virtual book reading of Freeda the Frog and the Two Mommas Next Door and a live Q&A with the author Nadine Haruni!
Hosted and sponsored by the Newark LGBTQ Community Center and the Newark Public Library
Wednesdays & Fridays – July 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 & 31 | 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
No appointment necessary! Face coverings are required at all times.
Pop-up Census Sites at the Newark Public Library during July
It’s not too late! The 2020 Census is still happening.
The City of Newark and the Newark Public Library are teaming up to help you get counted. Visit one of the pop-up Census sites at the following library branches during the month of July and get one-on-one assistance to complete the Census online.
Visit one of our three sites:
Questions? Call (201) 232-7135
NOTE: We are also working on providing once-a-week “pop-up” COVID-19 testing at the North End and Van Buren branches. Testing dates have not been finalized. Stay tuned and visit www.npl.org for information.
Wednesday, July 15th | 5:00 PM
Tune in on WebEx – Registration required, visit https://bit.ly/2YPjddp to register!
Learn about applying to college, financing your education, and much more! Get the “insider’s perspective”. Information and tips about admissions in general, as well as in the time of COVID, will be shared.
Facilitated by Leigh LeBlanc, Berkeley College Office of Admissions
Presented by the Newark Public Library and Newark City of Learning Collaborative’s “Newark Goes to College” initiative
Registration required, visit https://bit.ly/2YPjddp to register!
Wednesday, July 15th | 6:00 PM
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Ayana N. DaSilva, LCSW, is founder and clinician of Growtherapy, LLC, a private practice specializing in individual, group and family therapy. She has experience working with a broad spectrum of clients with mental health challenges.
Simona Badger, LCSW, the founder of S Badger Empowerment Consulting Services, LLC, seeks to meet the needs of the underserved
through Psychotherapy, Empowerment and Education to strengthen and inspire individuals to reach their full potential.
Zoom.us/join | Meeting ID: 967 5715 5934 | Password: 4zT6bx@+
Wednesday, July 22nd | 6:00 PM
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Join attorneys Connie Bentley McGee and Darryl S. Pennington and Private Investigator Manual Gomez for a discussion on criminal investigations, arrests and arraignments.
Thursday, July 16th | 1PM
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Please join us for a discussion about issues important to the LGBTQ community. Learn how Lambda Legal is furthering the lives of our community in the fight for equality, and how they can help you!
Avatara Smith-Carrington (they/them) is the current Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at Lambda Legal. As the current Garner Memorial Law Fellow, Avatara’s work centers LGBTQ BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color) and BIPOC living with HIV.
Rachel Paulus (she/her) is the LGBTQ Liaison Librarian at the Newark Public Library.