Children at the Cinnaminson Library celebrated the end of the summer with a Snakes-N-Scales program. The children learned about the heroes of the animal kingdom and found out ways to become heroes in their own lives. They learned about several scaled visitors and were able to pet a python!
Origami master, Scott Gold, visited the library Tuesday night to teach children how to make awesome origami creations. The children were excited to show off their elegantly folded swans, balloons, puppets, and more!
Coloring! For adults! We are offering coloring programs for adults at the Cinnaminson Branch Library. Don't believe me?
Squeak! Pop! Children were entertained Wednesday night when balloon artist Ryan O'Dwyer visited the library to teach the children how to create balloon animals. Children and parents alike learned how to make balloon dogs, swords, monkeys, and giraffes.
Dieticians from ShopRite shared super hero stories and super snack ideas with children on Wednesday, July 29th. The children enjoyed hearing about how eating healthy can help them become more like their favorite super heroes.
In honor of some Greek Heroes, kids at the Cinnaminson Library created a giant spider web large enough to make Arachne and Athena envious. Then the kids used their artistic talent and made soap sculptures of their favorite Greek and everyday heroes.
The Cinnaminson Lego League gathered this afternoon to create the beach inside!
Neala, the Shetland Sheepdog, came to visit the library on Wednesday, July 8th. Visiting children enjoyed practicing their vocabulary by reading aloud to the registered therapy dog from Happy Tails. At nine years old, Neala is about the same age as the children who read to her.
Over fifty people gathered Tuesday evening to honor the memory of Lt. Christopher Hunter. A family man who enjoyed community service, Lt. Hunter was passionate about learning firefighting techniques and skills. A Cinnaminson native and a member of the Cinnaminson Fire Department Lt.