Meet Up @ the Library hosts free and low-cost programs for grownups at public libraries throughout Middlesex County, New Jersey. Come join us for lectures, films, concerts, hands-on workshops, trivia, and more!
For more information about specific programs, you must contact each library directly. Please note that many programs require registration directly with their library, not through Meetup RSVPs!
Registration Recommended. Click here to register AND for Zoom login: https://ilove.ebpl.org/adults/events/podcasting-101-getting-started-and-finding-your-voice-zoom/2020-07-22-220000-2020-07
Join experienced podcaster Harry Marks as he walks you through the process of starting your own podcast. You’ll learn about hardware and software for every budget, the steps to launching your very own show, and how to build an audience of loyal listeners, plus much more!
Harry Marks is a podcaster and author from New Jersey. He is the creator of The Shelf Life: A Podcast Sitcom (shelflifesit.com), the co-host of The Home Work podcast (http://5by5.tv/homework), and a writer for Aaron Mahnke’s Cabinet of Curiosities from iHeartMedia (http://aaronmahnke.com/curiosities/)
Sponsored by The Friends of the Library.
Our next meeting will be Thursday, July 23 at 7 pm. We will be reading "The Garden Party" by Katherine Mansfield. Patrons can read it for free online here: http://www.katherinemansfieldsociety.org/assets/KM-Stories/THE-GARDEN-PARTY1921.pdf
We will be meeting on the online reading hub Goodreads. The discussion will take place on the text forum board on the group's home page.
You can create an account here: https://www.goodreads.com/user/sign_up
And you can join our online discussion group here: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/1083644-digital-short-story-group---east-brunswick-public-library
In this one-hour interactive Storytelling and Personal Empowerment workshop, participants will explore the importance of their personal narratives—their stories—in creating their sense of empowerment. The workshop will include an exploration of:
disempowering themes in one’s personal and professional conversations; and
time for participants to begin developing more empowering storylines.
Sharon Kathryn D’Agostino is the Founder of SayItForward.org, and believes in the power of stories to connect people and to change lives. She is a speaker, leadership coach, and former senior executive at a Fortune 50 company. She can be found on Twitter at @SharonDAgostino, @SayItForwardNow and @AwakeningTrue, and at www.linkedin.com/in/SharonKathrynDAgostino .
Please plan to join the meeting 10 minutes prior to the program so your device has time to connect.