Sussex County Public Library offerings

The Sussex County Public Library has a wide variety of program offerings at various branches throughout Sussex County. The library also offers e-Books, digital magazines, online learninng, research assistance. Sussex County residents may apply for a library card online by visitinghttps://sussexcountylibrary.org. The library card allows residents to borrow books, DVDS, and more. It also gives access to online research at any hour, any day of the week. The process of applying for a card may take two days, so registration in person is suggested, if time is of the essence. The library has a variety of assistance resources, including assistance in job seeking.
For information about one-on-one job research, which can help residents reach career goals and help with navigating the job market, contact Library Associate Julie Knapp, at 973-938-366.
MAIN LIBRARY
At the main library on Saturday, Feb., 9, 2019, the Saturday Yoga Club meets. No registration is required to participate in the Yoga Club, and no experience is necessary. On Feb. 9, at noon until 2 p.m. there will be "Craft & Chat with the Brit Lady," which is crafting for adults. Registration is currently underway.
At 2 p.m. until 4:45 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9, 7th-12th graders may visit the Onigiri Animanga Club, where discussion is about favorite manga, anime, cosplay, with snacks and more. Visitors and new members are welcome. There is no registration required.
Mondays are Fundays at the Library, with games galore; cards, Rummikub, Pictionary, and Scrabble. Anyone age 16 or older is welcome to join in the fun. Registration is not required.

For more information visit https://sussexcountylibrary.org/venue/main-library/