Thursday, February 13, 2014

Time Items
All day
Make and Take Valentine's Cards Burlington

Kids 12 and under can stop by the Library Company starting on February 7th to the 14th to make a Valentine's card.

Please, kids only.

 
African Roots American Fruit Exhibit Mount Holly

African Roots American Fruit Exhibit

“This exhibit of African American History is being presented by Gloria Irby, Glyndora Xing and Marossa Davis as our gift to the community.

This year’s exhibit features facts, artifacts, visual displays and books highlighting the many contributions made by our ancestors from Africa to our early history through the 50’s to the present. Local residents are celebrated as well.”  –   Marossa Davis

 
All times
@ Burlington

Blind Date With a Book
Celebrate Valentine’s Day by going on a blind date….
with a book (perhaps one you’ve never met before).

The rules are simple.

Come into the Library Company of Burlington and select one of the sealed bags here on the desk .

Please do not open the bag until after you have checked out at the Circulation Desk.

Remember—this is a blind date so be brave!

Fill out the “Rate Your Date” slip contained inside with the book and hand it back to the Library Company of Burlington's Circulation Desk by February 28th.
*For ages 18 & over please.

Completed slips will be entered to win a prize!

 
@ Riverton

Enjoy 45 minutes of song, story and coloring.  All ages from strollers to 4 year olds welcome.

 
@ County Library

Free Tax Assistance
The AARP Tax-Aide Program offers FREE tax help for taxpayers with low and moderate income, with special attention to those age 60 and over.
Taxpayers need to bring all appropriate documents with them to the library.
:

  • a photo ID
  • SSA-1099 Social Security form if receiving Social Security or their Social Security card
  • last year's tax return

Appointments are required. No walk-ins will be taken. To register call (609) 267-9660 x3050 or x3080.

 
@ 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

 
@ Evesham

Beginners as well as more advanced adult 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!

 
@ 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

 
@ Pemberton

Enjoy a movie all about L-O-V-E every Thursday in February on our big screen! Popcorn will be served on a first come, first served basis.

February 6th: Little Manhattan, PG

February 13th: Lady & the Tramp, G

February 20th: Penelope, PG

February 27th: Enchanted, PG

 
@ 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. This is a FREE class, but is limited to the first 15 people who sign up.

 
@ County Library

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

 
@ Bordentown

Bring your babies and toddlers, birth to 23 months old, and join other mothers and caregivers for stories, songs, music, finger plays, and socialization activities.

Registration begins on January 30.

 
@ 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 we are celebrating Valentine's Day.

 
@ Evesham

Join Ms. Holly and Ms. Ashley, R.D. from the Shop Rite of Marlton, as we listen to books about friendship & learn how to prepare a delicious and healthy snack to celebrate Valentine's Day.  Please list any food allergies.  **Ages 3-6 years**

 
@ Bordentown

Email Made Easy is a class for both newcomers and those wanting to brush up on their email skills. Sign up for a free email account and learn how to send, receive, and forward emails. You'll also learn to attach emails and navigate your email box.

 
@ Pemberton

Children of all ages are invited to drop in anytime between 3:00-8:00 pm to make paper Valentines in the Children's Area. No registration is necessary. Craft materials will be available until supplies last.

 
@ Evesham

Join Ms. Holly and Ms. Ashley, a Registered Dietician from the Shop Rite of Marlton for some kid-friendly cooking.  We will be making a delicious & quick snack to celebrate Valentine's Day.  Take home a recipe card and make it again at home!  (Please list any food allergies.)  **Ages 6 - 9 years**

 
@ Cinnaminson

Ages 8 - 16. Join us to place chess or checkers, your choice! Please bring your chess set along if you have one. Refreshments will be served. Registration is requested and begins on Thursday, January 30, 2014. Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340. Walk-ins welcome.

 
@ Evesham

Come explore the fun of mathematics and learn how our program can help
you to build a better learning experience with your child and bring
out their potential. We have received many thumbs up by parents and
students. This program will help to increase the child’s interest in
math and better understand the concepts. Who can say no to learning by
having fun with your child? Say goodbye to the stress of homework
time.

 
@ Auditorium, County Library

All is Lost
After a collision with a shipping container at sea, a resourceful sailor finds himself, despite all efforts to the contrary, staring his mortality in the face. Rated PG-13. 106 minutes.

 
@ County Library

Dr Clara Whaley Perkins has a PhD from Temple University and lives in Philadelphia. She is a practicing psychologist who specializes in women's issues concerning body image.  She interviewed survivors of the 1st Civil War in Liberia and was asked to participate in the repatriation of teenagers after the war ended.  She has traveled widely throughout Africa and is the author of the novel, Iron Butterfly.

 

Program presented by the AAUW Willingboro chapter

 
@ Bordentown

Children ages 3 to 6 years old are welcome to come in their pajamas for this fun evening of stories, songs, and a craft!

Registration begins on January 30.

 

Thursday, February 13, 2014