Winterfest, New Year’s party at Old Bridge Library on Dec. 28

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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Matthew Alquiros enjoyed a round of mini golf.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Matthew Alquiros enjoyed a round of mini golf.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Raymond Cofano crafts an edible snowman out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. kids craft edible snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Kids craft edible snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Raymond Cofano, 6, and Makayla Niedzielski, 5 craft edible snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Gabriel, 7, Gabriela, and Makayla Niedzielski, 5, show off their crafts they made out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. An edible crafted snowman made by Vaishravi Adusumilli(right) was made out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks, and candied chocolates.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Tom Wallace teaches his nephew Kyle Marawski, 8, and son Ryan, 4, about putting.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Ryan Wallace enjoyed a round of mini golf.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Matthew Alquiros enjoyed a round of mini golf.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Matthew Alquiros enjoyed a round of mini golf.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Raymond Cofano crafts an edible snowman out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. kids craft edible snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Kids craft edible snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Raymond Cofano, 6, and Makayla Niedzielski, 5 craft edible snowmen out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Gabriel, 7, Gabriela, and Makayla Niedzielski, 5, show off their crafts they made out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. An edible crafted snowman made by Vaishravi Adusumilli(right) was made out of marshmallows and pretzel sticks, and candied chocolates.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Tom Wallace teaches his nephew Kyle Marawski, 8, and son Ryan, 4, about putting.SCOTT JACOBS
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The Old Bridge Public Lbrary hosted the Winterfest event where children crafted their own projects. Ryan Wallace enjoyed a round of mini golf.SCOTT JACOBS

The Old Bridge Library’s popular Winterfest celebration will be held from 1-5 p.m. on Dec. 28 at the library, 1 Old Bridge Plaza at the intersection of Route 516 and Cottrell Road, Old Bridge.

This year, one of the special highlights will be an indoor nine-hole miniature golf course. In addition, there will be games and winter-themed crafts for guests of all ages. There will also be holiday refreshments, and patrons will have the chance to win prizes and will enjoy demonstrations of the library’s 3D printer and vinyl cutter in its Idea Farm makerspace.

The library’s annual “New Year’s at Noon” celebration will also occur that day, allowing children and their families to experience the ball drop, crafts and activities at a kid-friendly time.

For more information, visit www.oldbridgelibrary.org or call 732-721-5600, ext. 5033.