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Friday, January 26, 2018
Pot Luck Dinner
Bogota Beautiful and the Bogota Public Library has announced more details of their 3rd annual Community Pot Luck dinner. This will take place on Saturday-17-February.
This will run from 4:00p to 6:00p and take place in the second floor Senior Center located at 375 Larch Ave Bogota, NJ. Library coordinator Tom Skrnich was confirmed that five entertainers have agreed to preform during the evening. Those scheduled are Councilman David McFarland, Jim Musto, Erin and John Wohlberg, Steve Kelerman and members of the Bogart Choir. Admission is a dish to be shared with others in attendance.
It is asked that anyone wishing to attend must donate a dish representing one's cultural background. There will also be a collection of food item for the St. Joseph's Food Bank. These should non-perishable canned , or boxed goods. They are also looking for volunteers to aid with set-up, serving, and cleaning. Any High School Student will earn Community Service credit for this event. All Volunteers are asked to arrive at 1:00p . Food items will be accepted from 2:30-3:30p with the dinner starting at 4:00p.
Anyone attending must register at:Bogota Beautiful/Bogota Public Library Pot Luck Dinner, and list what item they will be bring. Dishes needed are Appetizers, Main Course, Side Course, and Desserts. Anyone wishing to volunteer should also register that the above website. (it is asked that while attending this event you inform them that you saw it on Bogota Blog NJ)
The Bogota Public Library has also announced that the State Wide delivery system has been suspended until February.
BCCLS libraries are still experiencing major delays with the new state-wide delivery system and we are working hard to rectify the situation. There is an average of 4,344 requests placed through the BCCLS catalog each day.
In an effort to temporarily reduce the volume,
the BCCLS Executive Board has decided to turn off
the ability to place online requests effective immediately.
At this time, we strongly suggest selecting from the collections in your home library or visiting the library that may own the material you would like. Be sure to call ahead to the library to make sure the item in question is actually on the shelf.
If possible, please return your items to the owning library.
We apologize for the extreme inconvenience to you, our patrons. This situation will be resolved shortly. We thank you for your patience.