If you love fresh blueberries, you’re in luck! New Jersey is one of ten states that account for more than 98 percent of U.S. commercial production.
Stop by the library and borrow a museum pass to board the Battleship New Jersey, one of the most decorated vessels in U.S. history.
Wondering why we celebrate on the fourth day of July or where you can see fireworks this weekend? Explore the facts with these library resources.
Come to the Bordentown Library on Thursday, August 18 at 10:30am for a very special program all about getting ready for the big day – the first day of Kindergarten! We will be sharing stories, singing songs and making a school related craft.
Whether you’re looking for something fun to do for the day, or just want to take a quick trip nearby, the library is the place to go for inspiration!
Kids at the Bordentown Library were encouraged to engineer their own paper airplanes to see which designs could fly the farthest.
What do you think the inside of a computer looks like? Bordentown Library asked kids that same question and invited them to take a look!
Last night attendees were privileged to meet Bob Gleason who portrayed Abraham Lincoln. He spoke about his early formative years through his courtship and marriage to Mary Todd, the development of his abolitionist viewpoint and his first, not very successful trip to Congress. He also discussed
Whether you're looking for instructions on how to use that new piece of tech you got as a gift or a few simple apps that will help you be more productive, the library has you covered.
Attendees enjoyed learning about this strong-willed, woman who is well known in this area for being the first person to start a public school in Hightstown, NJ.