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
Join Ms. Jenn for a fun activity with motion and music for babies. Best with one adult per child.Siblings must remain seated. Bring a blanket.
Join us for an overview of Facebook’s Timeline, privacy settings & photos. Bring your questions!
Facebook account & basic mouse/computer/Internet skills required.
Note: This program has been rescheduled from Friday, February 28th. Registration will open on Feb. 13th as we are closed on the 12th for Lincoln's birthday.
Ages 3 - 6. Be a tree, a bird, a mountain. Join Miss Janet for this innovative program that incorporates learning concepts, music, and finger plays into a fun-filled yoga experience. Registration is required and begins on Wednesday, February 12, 2014. Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.
Children are invited to join Ms. Jenn for a half hour of musical fun and movement. Siblings must remain seated. Best with one adult per child.
T'ai chi is a Chinese exercise system that uses slow, smooth body movements to achieve a state of relaxation of both body and mind. The gentle movements of tai chi reduce stress and offer other health benefits. This is a beginners class.
Tai chi is a Chinese exercise system that uses slow, smooth body movements to achieve a state of relaxation of both body and mind. The gentle movements of tai chi reduce stress and offer other health benefits. This is a beginners class.