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Second Century Header Volume 9 Number 1, Winter 1998

In This Issue:

The Director's Journal

Library reopens Van Buren Branch

Treasures of the Library

Library Celebrates African-American History Month

New reading machine aids visually impaired

Sticks and Stones

Mary Higgins Clark chairs A.G.C.

Library renews and expands "Club Success"

Library continues poetry series

Friends schedule Dana Lecture

Friends set dates for 1998 Book Sale

Rutgers Students Offer Free Tax Return Help

 

Library continues poetry series

The Newark Public Library and Sensations Magazine began co-sponsoring a highly successful monthly poetry-reading series last Summer. Entitled the “Sensational Poets Series at Centennial Hall,” the series is scheduled to continue through next year. Each program includes a 45-minute reading that focuses on one poet or theme followed by a 30-minute open reading.

Following are the dates and featured poets for the Winter/Spring programs. All begin at 3 p.m.

  • February 14, An Afternoon of Romantic Classics
  • March 14, Michael R. Brown
  • April 11, John J. Trause and Dean Kostos
  • May 16, Melanie A. Pimont
  • June 20, Steven Koenig

 


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