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We all live here in the United States but how much do we know about the States of our Union? Do you know where they are on a map? Come explore some fun facts and test your knowledge about the places we live and the states we want to explore. Register at https://tinyurl.com/kbxzfw52 *This is a hybrid program, so you can participate either via Zoom or in-person.
This program is presented by Samantha Malinger who is a Senior Support Specialist / Crisis Counselor with the RWJ Hope and Healing program. The program is funded through FEMA to provide support to those who might need some extra help during COVID times.
Email [masked] with any questions.
***This event location has been changed to a VIRTUAL EVENT VIA ZOOM ONLY*** We apologize for the inconvenience.
Join the Woodbridge Main Library October 25 at 7PM for presentation which educates families on the basic rights in education law, including the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the applicable state provisions. It covers what is meant by a free and appropriate public educational, Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), Evaluations, Re-evaluations, compensatory education, and implementing basic rights in education when schools are closed.
Registration is Required. Please register here https://bit.ly/3tLmeZX or call[masked].
Tina M. James is an attorney and advocate. Her legal work focuses on estate planning and administration, guardianship and decision making, disability discrimination, and special needs planning for individuals with disabilities and their families.
She previously worked with a boutique law firm serving people with disabilities and their families, as a litigator with a national law firm, and served as a judicial law clerk in the New Jersey Appellate Division. She has successfully argued before the Florida Supreme Court as well as other state and federal courts. Tina was selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers Rising Stars in 2015 and 2016.
Tina received her law degree from Rutgers University School of Law, and her undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, Douglass College.
Personally, and professionally, Tina is committed to promoting all aspects of diversity and inclusion. She volunteers with a variety of non-profit organizations serving children and is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Florida Diversity Council.
Register in advance to receive the Zoom link: https://forms.gle/hqDYgjdv7GbJVprJ6
Please visit our website for information about our programs. https://northbrunswicklibrary.org/
If you are you a bookaholic or a movie/tv addict then this club is for you. We will meet monthly to share books that we are reading and movie/tv shows we are watching. You may find your next read, movie, or TV show to binge-watch!
In this presentation Heather Fenyk, Ph.D will discuss the history of the Lower Raritan Watershed from indigenous to colonial and industrial development to its current status, provide a snapshot overview of the health of the streams and tributaries that feed into the Raritan River, the history of the pollutants in the river and how cleanup has evolved.
She will also provide information on how citizens can help restore our waterways through environmental stewardship and citizen science.
Heather Fenyk, PhD, AICP/PP is Founding Principal of Global Metrics, LLC, an urban planning firm based in New Brunswick. She is also Founder and President of the Lower Raritan Watershed Partnership (LRWP), New Jersey’s newest watershed association. Heather believes the most enduring solutions to difficult societal problems are best addressed through community engagement and collaboration of diverse partners.