Mon-Thurs: 10am-8:30pm
Fri-Sun: 10am-5pm

 

Plainsboro Library's Upcoming Events

 Limit by audience:
Junior Engineers Clu
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2pm (September 3 & 17 & October 1st, 2pm)
or call 609-275-2897.
Saturdays @ 2pm
September 3rd, 17th, and 31st
 
A high school student-run club focusing on enriching the education ofstudents in grades 3 to 6 by promoting hands-on learning! Parents are welcome to sit in with their children, or let them explore solo.
This month's topics include...
 
Sept 3rd: LEGO Challenge
 
Sept 17th: Rube Goldberg Devices
 
October 1st: Newspaper Chair
Challenge
 
Monday, Oct. 3, 6pm
or call 609-275-2897.
Monday, October 3rd, 6pm Grades 3-5 Only!
Upcycling Extravagan
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 5:30pm
or call 609-275-2897.
Join two local Girl Scouts as the transform trash into treasures and show the value of upcycling! This session: CD Dreamcatchers!
For Children Ages: 8-10
Wednesday, Oct. 19, 5:30pm
or call 609-275-2897.
Join two local Girl Scouts as the transform trash into treasures and show the value of upcycling! This session: Plastic Bottle Umbrellas and Crafts.
For Children Ages: 8-10
Socrates  Cafe
Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7:00 - 8:30 pm (June 15, 7pm, July 20, 7 pm, August17, 7 pm, September 21, 7pm, October 19, 7 pm, November 16, 7 pm, December 21, 7 pm)
or call 609-275-2897.
Thinkers wanted!  Join us for a friendly philosophic conversation each month.  We welcome adults and teens who want to engage in the Socratic method of learning by questioning and reflecting with others in open-minded dialogue.  Each month the conversation varies and one will never know in advance where it may lead.  No preparation is necessary; there is not a designated book-of-the-month to read or philosophic topic to study.  Just come with an open mind and a friendly attitude and be willing to let your mind expand.  Our Socrates Cafe meetings begin with a round of questions suggested by attendees for the night's topic.  This is followed by a democratic vote by all attendees to select which question will be the subject of the evening's discussion.  Then the conversation takes off!  An experienced moderator is designated to gently guide the conversation if needed.  Most people find they have lots to think about and say, more than they imagined, throughout the course of the discussion.  Others may prefer to simply listen.  Whichever you prefer, we welcome you to join us as we live and play in an evening full of fun, reflective examination.  

Registration is NOT required.  Pop in to any monthly meeting.  Registration is offered as an option if you would like to receive an email or text message reminder for these monthly Socrates Cafe meetings.  If so, make sure to select these under the "optional reminders" tab on the second page of the registration. 
Teen Advisory Board:
Saturday, Oct. 22, 1pm
or call 609-275-2897.
Come on down to discuss improving the library for teens.
This month: A November Lock-In? Community Service Projects. And promoting teen events - how can you help?
Winter Events? Bring ideas and enthusiasm! Snacks and drunks provided.
Wednesday, Oct. 26, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Socrates  Cafe
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 7:00 - 8:30 pm (June 15, 7pm, July 20, 7 pm, August17, 7 pm, September 21, 7pm, October 19, 7 pm, November 16, 7 pm, December 21, 7 pm)
or call 609-275-2897.
Thinkers wanted!  Join us for a friendly philosophic conversation each month.  We welcome adults and teens who want to engage in the Socratic method of learning by questioning and reflecting with others in open-minded dialogue.  Each month the conversation varies and one will never know in advance where it may lead.  No preparation is necessary; there is not a designated book-of-the-month to read or philosophic topic to study.  Just come with an open mind and a friendly attitude and be willing to let your mind expand.  Our Socrates Cafe meetings begin with a round of questions suggested by attendees for the night's topic.  This is followed by a democratic vote by all attendees to select which question will be the subject of the evening's discussion.  Then the conversation takes off!  An experienced moderator is designated to gently guide the conversation if needed.  Most people find they have lots to think about and say, more than they imagined, throughout the course of the discussion.  Others may prefer to simply listen.  Whichever you prefer, we welcome you to join us as we live and play in an evening full of fun, reflective examination.  

Registration is NOT required.  Pop in to any monthly meeting.  Registration is offered as an option if you would like to receive an email or text message reminder for these monthly Socrates Cafe meetings.  If so, make sure to select these under the "optional reminders" tab on the second page of the registration. 
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Wednesday, Dec. 14, 10:30 am-12 noon
If you speak and understand English but have trouble writing -- whether it is a note to your child's teacher or an e-mail to co-workers -- this class is for you.  Study the basics of written English, including sentence structure, verb tenses, prepositions, idioms, and more.
Socrates  Cafe
Wednesday, Dec. 21, 7:00 - 8:30 pm (June 15, 7pm, July 20, 7 pm, August17, 7 pm, September 21, 7pm, October 19, 7 pm, November 16, 7 pm, December 21, 7 pm)
or call 609-275-2897.
Thinkers wanted!  Join us for a friendly philosophic conversation each month.  We welcome adults and teens who want to engage in the Socratic method of learning by questioning and reflecting with others in open-minded dialogue.  Each month the conversation varies and one will never know in advance where it may lead.  No preparation is necessary; there is not a designated book-of-the-month to read or philosophic topic to study.  Just come with an open mind and a friendly attitude and be willing to let your mind expand.  Our Socrates Cafe meetings begin with a round of questions suggested by attendees for the night's topic.  This is followed by a democratic vote by all attendees to select which question will be the subject of the evening's discussion.  Then the conversation takes off!  An experienced moderator is designated to gently guide the conversation if needed.  Most people find they have lots to think about and say, more than they imagined, throughout the course of the discussion.  Others may prefer to simply listen.  Whichever you prefer, we welcome you to join us as we live and play in an evening full of fun, reflective examination.  

Registration is NOT required.  Pop in to any monthly meeting.  Registration is offered as an option if you would like to receive an email or text message reminder for these monthly Socrates Cafe meetings.  If so, make sure to select these under the "optional reminders" tab on the second page of the registration. 
Socrates  Cafe
Wednesday, Jan. 18, 7:00 - 8:30 pm (June 15, 7pm, July 20, 7 pm, August17, 7 pm, September 21, 7pm, October 19, 7 pm, November 16, 7 pm, December 21, 7 pm)
or call 609-275-2897.
Thinkers wanted!  Join us for a friendly philosophic conversation each month.  We welcome adults and teens who want to engage in the Socratic method of learning by questioning and reflecting with others in open-minded dialogue.  Each month the conversation varies and one will never know in advance where it may lead.  No preparation is necessary; there is not a designated book-of-the-month to read or philosophic topic to study.  Just come with an open mind and a friendly attitude and be willing to let your mind expand.  Our Socrates Cafe meetings begin with a round of questions suggested by attendees for the night's topic.  This is followed by a democratic vote by all attendees to select which question will be the subject of the evening's discussion.  Then the conversation takes off!  An experienced moderator is designated to gently guide the conversation if needed.  Most people find they have lots to think about and say, more than they imagined, throughout the course of the discussion.  Others may prefer to simply listen.  Whichever you prefer, we welcome you to join us as we live and play in an evening full of fun, reflective examination.  

Registration is NOT required.  Pop in to any monthly meeting.  Registration is offered as an option if you would like to receive an email or text message reminder for these monthly Socrates Cafe meetings.  If so, make sure to select these under the "optional reminders" tab on the second page of the registration. 
Socrates  Cafe
Wednesday, Feb. 15, 7:00 - 8:30 pm (June 15, 7pm, July 20, 7 pm, August17, 7 pm, September 21, 7pm, October 19, 7 pm, November 16, 7 pm, December 21, 7 pm)
or call 609-275-2897.
Thinkers wanted!  Join us for a friendly philosophic conversation each month.  We welcome adults and teens who want to engage in the Socratic method of learning by questioning and reflecting with others in open-minded dialogue.  Each month the conversation varies and one will never know in advance where it may lead.  No preparation is necessary; there is not a designated book-of-the-month to read or philosophic topic to study.  Just come with an open mind and a friendly attitude and be willing to let your mind expand.  Our Socrates Cafe meetings begin with a round of questions suggested by attendees for the night's topic.  This is followed by a democratic vote by all attendees to select which question will be the subject of the evening's discussion.  Then the conversation takes off!  An experienced moderator is designated to gently guide the conversation if needed.  Most people find they have lots to think about and say, more than they imagined, throughout the course of the discussion.  Others may prefer to simply listen.  Whichever you prefer, we welcome you to join us as we live and play in an evening full of fun, reflective examination.  

Registration is NOT required.  Pop in to any monthly meeting.  Registration is offered as an option if you would like to receive an email or text message reminder for these monthly Socrates Cafe meetings.  If so, make sure to select these under the "optional reminders" tab on the second page of the registration. 
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