@ County Library
Join our veteran knitting instructors, and learn to read knitting patterns, cast on, knit, purl, and cast off along with other basic and advanced knitting techniques. Participants are required to bring 4-ply yarn and short #9 or #10 knitting needles.
Beginners as well as more advanced knitters are welcome to join this 4-week knitting class series. By the end of the series, students will leave with a completed project. PLEASE BRING SIZE 10 KNITTING NEEDLES. Yarn will be provided. **Ages 8 - 18 years**
Paid for by The Friends of the Evesham Library.
For ages 55 & over. Video games are not just for kids anymore! See what all the buzz is about. Bowling, golf, puzzle games, more! Wii generously donated by Samost Caregiver Respite Grant & JFCSSNJ.
Your Road to Success Begins with EOF! Learn about the benefits and eligibility of EOF.
The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program is one of the nation's most successful state-supported efforts providing access to higher education for students who are among the first in the family to attend college, and for others who otherwise may face unique challenges in college due to economic, cultural, or educational circumstances. The EOF Program at Burlington County College (BCC) offers a customized, comprehensive academic, personal, and leadership development support system to enable students to achieve their educational goals at BCC as well as gain admission to a four-year college to earn a Bachelor's degree, graduate degree, or join the workforce.
Learn more about how you can apply for the EOF program at this information session.
@ Mount Holly
Come join Miss Barb on Tuesday mornings for stories, music and a craft at the Mount Holly Library.
For 2 to 5 years old kids and their caregivers.
This week's theme is clowns.
Join Miss Danielle & Mr. Rick at Freedom Park to celebrate all of the reading you did this summer. There will be games, face painting, cotton candy, and more! Only open to participants of the Summer Reading Program.
@ Maple Shade
Let's get ready to pretty up our lockers and make school supplies you will actually want to use. Registration is not necessary. For ages 13-18.
This groups meets on the third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise noted. New members are always welcome! We will be discussing The Surgeon by Tess Gerritsen at our August meeting. Happy Reading!
Local history re-enactor shares his love of history with a program on Gettysburg and the Civil War.
Children ages 4 and up with a parent, The Earth holds many secrets: caverns, deep sea mountains, volcanoes, and hidden wilderness. Join Laura Kaighn, story teller, and wander off the road to visit the Earth's secret world through stories at this family event. Explore fabulous gems and fossils and Laura's fun-filled Explorer Kit afterward. Snacks may be served. Registration is requested and begins on Wednesday, July 3, 2013. Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.THIS PROGRAM IS NOW CLOSED. iT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL AUGUST 20 AT 7 PM. REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN 2 WEEKS BEFORE THE PROGRAM. THANK YOU.