The Cinnaminson Library was pleased to attend the Palmyra Street Festival and Police Safety Day on May 4, 2014. Hundreds of visitors streamed up and down Broad Street checking out booths or watching demonstrations. Patrons were excited to see the library was in attendance.
Teens ages 13-18 were invited to attend a Steampunk Circus Lock-In at the Cinnaminson Branch on Saturday, April 26th. They were locked in the library after hours for circus themed games and prizes, crafts and costumes!
Story time is for the birds at Cinnaminson Library!
Children ages 3 through 6 had to get creative for an "Imagination Story Time". For our inspiration, we read some books on using our imagination to pretend we could swing all the way into outer space, then we read a poem which picked dreams out of our head.
"Come and share a pot of tea. My home is warm and my friendship's free." - Emilie Barnes
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Come to the library and check out our selection of snow stories. Our collection will have you feeling "frosty" in no time. Here are a few titles to get you started:
Dream Snow by Eric Carle * a pop-up book sure to put a chilly smile on any child's face
You have a story inside you, don’t you? Maybe it’s a science fiction novel. Maybe it’s a memoir. Maybe it’s a romance or an inspirational story. Whatever your story is, it’s time to put it into words, perhaps even 50,000 of them.
Cinnaminson Library is showcasing artwork by Frank Mc Culla, a local artist, during the month of September. Mr. Mc Culla works with a variety of media, including picture collage, tissue paper and oil on glass.