Free English Classes at the Secaucus Public Library

The Secaucus Library is pleased to offer free English classes to foreign language speaking adults who wish to learn the English language. Classes are being taught by community leader and activist, Dr. Tinia Bland. Classes will be held on Mondays only, for 7 consecutive weeks, starting Monday, May 4th through Monday, June 15th, from 1:00pm-3:00pm. Classes are open to English learners of different levels. If interested please call 201-330-2083 Ext. 4014, or email

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4th Annual Secaucus Community Ball

Tickets for the 4th Annual Secaucus Community Ball celebrating the 80th Anniversary of the Secaucus Public Library are now available! Join us on Saturday, May 2nd at La Quinta for an evening including dinner, live music, dancing, silent auctions, live auctions, 50-50 raffle, and more in support of library programs and services. For more information, call the library at 201-330-2083 x4011 or email

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Adult Literacy Volunteers Needed!

The Secaucus Public Library and Business Resource Center is looking for volunteer tutors. If you are enthusiastic, patient, encouraging, and desiring to help others learn the English language, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. No experience required.

Volunteer Tutors Intake Form

Free Civics Classes

Free Civics classes available to library patrons preparing for the Citizenship Test. Classes will be held at the Secaucus Public Library on seven successive Saturdays, beginning February 21-April 4th, from 9-10:30am. A $20 deposit is required upon registration, which will be refunded to all students who complete the class. Classes will be taught by Dr. Dennis Pope, a retired college professor, who earned his doctorate in American Government and Constitutional Law from Rutgers University. If interested, call Gladys Tous at 201-330-2083 x4014, or email Space is limited and first preference will be given to Secaucus residents.

*Please note: This class is NOT affiliated with the USCIS.


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Game Night for Teens & Tweens

On the last Friday of every month, beginning on January 30th the library will be opening its doors to students of all ages in order to provide a space for them to engage in fun friendly competition! We have board games, featuring chess and Candyland tournaments, as well as Operation, Cranium, and Scrabble. Winners of the chess/Candyland tournament will win a free book, courtesy of our Youth Services Department! In addition, there is also an Xbox 360 that will be available for the students to use which will be stocked with games. The action will take place in the Panasonic Room. For more information, call Technology Librarian, Lisa Ferzola @ 201-330-2083 x 4005.

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