• Summer Reading Program begins
    with June 25 party, ends at Steel Pier

    Steel PierThe Atlantic City Public Library will begin its Summer Reading Program for children and teens with a kickoff party Tuesday, June 25, at 2 p.m. at Main Library. The kickoff party will include a performance by award-winning magician and illusionist Joe Holiday, balloon artist, special guests and information about the Summer Reading Program. Click here to read more.
  • Third Thursday Concert Series opens June 20

    Driftwood Soldier2The Atlantic City Free Public Library will kick off the third season of its Third Thursday Concert Series in June. The shows will be held on the third Thursday of each month through September. All shows are free and begin at 5 p.m. Click here to read more.
  • Take Me to Your Reader:
    New Sci-Fi Book Club starts in June

    sci fi book clubTeenagers and adults are invited to participate in the Atlantic City Free Public Library’s Summer of Sci-Fi Book Club. The group will meet once a month from June through August. Those interested in the book club must have an Atlantic City Library card in good standing and sign up at the Main Library Help Desk. Below is the book club schedule and featured titles. Click here to read more.
  • Adult Reading Challenge to include prizes;
    registration begins June 25

    Universe of StoriesThe Atlantic City Free Public Library is holding an Adult Summer Reading Challenge, and the theme is “A Universe of Stories.” Participants can win prizes for reading books, writing reviews, and attending library programs. Those interested register and have a library card in good standing to participate. Registration for the Summer Reading Challenge will run June 25-July 23. Click here to read more.
  • Library receives $10,000 grant to offer ESL classes

    American Dream Literacy logo2The Atlantic City Free Public Library was one of 16 public libraries selected nationwide this year to receive a $10,000 American Dream Literacy Initiative grant from the American Library Association (ALA) and Dollar General Literacy Foundation. With the funding, the library will offer a new program, “Path to the American Dream: English Language Learning.” As part of the program, the library will hold English as a Second Language (ESL) basic courses. Click here to read more.
  • Library offering new workforce training program

    workforce trainingThe Atlantic City Free Public Library, in partnership with Atlantic Cape Community College, will look to present greater employability opportunities for local residents by offering a new training program: Communication Skills for the 21st Century Workforce (CS21). The CS21 program will provide qualified disadvantaged, displaced and employed workers an additional opportunity to obtain workplace literacy services and career pathway training. The training is free for all participants. Click here to read more.

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