Thursday, January 23, 2014

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@ Riverton

Young children are invited to join in the fun every Thursday at 10:00 am.  Join us for music, finger play, stories and coloring.  Sometimes we have Mr. Robinson lead us in the fun and sometimes we have Mrs. Dunn play her guitar for us. This is always a fun morning for everyone.

 
@ Vincentown

Two sessions of Lego hour have been planned for January!

Join us on January 9th. & 23rd.

4 PM

At the Sally Stretch Keen Memorial Library -- In the Children's Library

Call to let us know if you'll be coming!

 
@ Cinnaminson

Join the knit/crochet circle at Cinnaminson Library!  This is a friendly, community oriented activity for adults, where you can get to know other knitters and crocheters. Instructor Diane Lawrence of “Knitting for God’s Kids” will teach new members the basics. If you already have a project you’re working on, come on out and join us, and the instructor will be on hand to provide guidance. Participants can work on projects for their own use or use their knitting or crochet skills to create items for a suggested charitable project. You will need to bring your own tools and materials. In January, we will focus on knitting lace. If you are a beginner, bring a 4 ply yarn and a US size 6 or 7 needle. Experienced knitters may use a 2 ply yarn with a US size 6 or 7 needle. This is a FREE class, but is limited to the first 15 people who sign up.

 
@ County Library

Lessons with plenty of time for practice will include Zydeco, Cajun Waltz, Louisiana Line Dancing, Cajun Two-step, Zydeco, Cha Cha, and more! Emphasis is on
rhythm, movement and having fun!

 
@ Auditorium, County Library

The birth, life and death of the Soviet Union.

LFI 263 26 - 8
January 23 - March 13                  
THUR 10 - 12 pm
Burlington County Library           
Instructor: Ed Eisen

 
@ County Library

Children ages 3-4 along with a caregiver are invited to join us for stories, songs, and fingerplays.
 

 
@ Cinnaminson

Learning how to maintain your computer will not only save you costly repairs, it will also make you feel like a computer whiz. Bring your laptop computer to the meeting room at Cinnaminson Library and learn some tips and tricks to make sure it stays healthy, so you can stay happy. We’ll cover:

1. Keep it clean – How to do general maintenance to keep things running smoothly.
2. Get it for free – What free software to use (i.e. antivirus, malware fighters and general cleanup) and where to get it securely.

Basic mouse/touchpad skill is required. If you do not have a laptop to bring, don’t worry, the class will still be useful to you and handouts will be available.

The program is free, but seats are limited. 

 
@ Evesham

     Join Ms. Mary 's Time for Twos and Threes for stories and songs on Thursday, January 23 at 10:30 a.m.  

This program is for children accompanied by an adult.

 
@ Pinelands

Come join Mr. Rick for stories of all kinds to be followed by an engaging & creative activity.

FOR KIDS 4-6 YEARS OLD. 

Registration begins on Thursday, January 9th at 10:00am.

 

 
@ Mount Holly

Come join Miss Barb on Thursday mornings for stories, music and a craft at the Burlington County Lyceum of History and Natural Sciences, formerly the Mount Holly Library.

For 2 to 5 years old kids and their caregivers.

This week's theme is birds.

 
@ Auditorium, County Library

From early opera to folk music, from jazz to musical comedy. From theater to the concert hall to today’s  pop. All will come under the umbrella to yield good listening and good times.

LFM 296 26 - 8
January 23 - March 13                  
THU 1 -3 pm
Burlington County Library           
Instructor: Ed Eisen

 
@ Bordentown

Learn the basics of Microsoft Powerpoint 2010. This class will go over the functions you need to know on the different toolbars.

Computer experience required. 

 
@ County Library

Learn the basics of personal computer hardware and software and how to work in a Windows environment. MOUSE SKILL is required. A Burlington County Library System full-service library card or PC Access card is required to attend.

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

 
@ Cinnaminson

Ages 7 - 16. Create and play your own unique board game. The focus will be on table top, individual play games. Bring your love of games and your imagination! Registration is required and begins on Thursday, January 9, 2014. Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.

 
@ Pinelands

This program is now FULL. Please call the library at 609-654-6113 to add your child to the wait list.

Yoga Pretzels is a fun and vibrant way to get kids bending, breathing, twisting, and stretching. Kids will find their connection with the Universe though playful poses, such as Rabbit, Dog, Camel, River, Stone, Star, and more! Kids will generate warmth and energy within and translate it into the world around them through a series of Sun Salutations. Guided meditation at the end of the session will help kids develop focus, self-awareness, and a sense of calm.

Please be sure to have the children:

 
@ Pinelands

This program is now FULL. Please call the library at 609-654-6113 to add your name to the wait list.

Please join us with Babita Kapoor, a registered Shakti Om Yoga instructor, to learn Yoga’s ancient science of breath control and re-energize your body and mind; learn self awareness techniques through posture and breathing; learn meditation techniques to help with insomnia and fatigue, and much more...

  • Wear comfortable, breathable clothes.
  • Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

 

 
@ Pemberton

Bring you own sewing machine and join us to learn new skills. Materials provided. Registration is required.

 

 
@ Maple Shade

Clutter can make us feel flawed, overwhelmed, unfulfilled, inefficient and downright unhappy.  We'll take inventory of our physical spaces and our emotional lives, learning tips to physically de-clutter and cleanse our living and work spaces.  We'll also explore ways to say "no" without feeling guilty and examine why certain obligations are on our "plate."

 
@ Auditorium, County Library

Ray
The story of the life and career of the legendary rhythm and blues musician Ray Charles, from his humble beginnings in the South, where he went blind at age seven, to his meteoric rise to stardom during the 1950s and 1960s. Rated PG-13. 152 minutes.

 

Thursday, January 23, 2014