Just in time for the exciting lead-up to the Super Bowl, we conducted our own version of a “Bowl” by using Crystal Tibetan Singing Bowls. Our goal, however, was not to excite, but rather to help achieve a physical and spiritual balance. Participants reported lessening of the stress that they had experienced over the holiday season. Linda Flatt, coaxed vibration sounds from these bowls to enhance serenity and calm “on a cellular level” in people who attended the program.
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From the imagination of both girls and boys appeared some very bizarre creatures and whimsical figures, made of Legos and Duplos. Our WA SAIL volunteers stood by to lend a supportive hand, but soon realized that, once the inventive momentum begin…watch out! Robots, and fire breathing creatures in rainbow colors occupied the meeting room.
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Your customers use social media (Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, etc.) to see what’s happening with companies of all sizes. If you don’t have a social media marketing strategy you are missing out on a huge opportunity. Learn how to get your company into this profitable conversation for free!
Thomas Forgione President and Chief of Customer Happiness at Web Alliance International, Inc. will show you the steps necessary to create a professional and profitable social media campaign. Great for beginners!
This program will be held in the Waretown branch, 112 Main St., Saturday Sept. 10 beginning at 10:30 a.m. It is free and open to the public. Register online www.theoceancountylibrary.org or telephone the operator @ (609) 693-5133.
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Thomas Forgione, President and Chief of Customer Happiness of Web Alliance International, Inc., has gleaned many secrets and tricks for successful marketing using online tools. Due to his vast experience in international website marketing, he was able to field various questions with ease. From words that should never be used in selecting a domain name to securing sensitive information, Tom helped each audience member with their concerns about getting their businesses online. Stay tuned for his upcoming program- Using Social Networks to Market Your Business.
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Three professional actors wound their way through the words of Mark Twain to produce an evening of wonder in Waretown. From feelings of sadness to moments of irreverent humor, a variety of emotions were elicited from our audience members throughout the readings.
Many viewers expressed their desire to have us provide an encore performance in the near future.
* Good one, Beau!
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Michelle Brzozowski & Alma Perez-Neary made a grand entrance onto the Waretown branch parking lot on their marvelous motorcycles. These mavens spoke of road safety, the differences in bike types, and their own personal stories. Thanks Michelle and Alma for making it fun for our young patrons to learn more about the role of motorbikes on the road.
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It seems that experts on the subject of Ocean County railroad history were on both sides of the speaker’s podium during this program. Enthusiasm, insights, and information flowed freely until the wee hours of our branch’s closing hour (9pm). German Georgieff, Chief Naturalist at the Wells Mills County Park, took our wall-to-wall audience members down the dusty rails of the Tuckerton, New Jersey Central, and Pennsylvania Railroads. People were amazed to find what could possibly lay in their own backyards. Heads up, rail enthusiasts! The Park will be offering van tours focusing on those concealed rails, and structural remnants.