Revisit the week that started it all! With projects like sketchbooks, masks, capes, and wings, Fantasy week is all about sketching from your imagination and creating stories of your own.
Each week, we'll focus on different themes as we explore maker culture and work on projects as a group. We'll collaborate with campers online and learn from professional makers via interactive videos that can be watched at home or at any one of our weekly camper orientations.
Learn what 3D printing can do and get a first-hand look at how this new technology is changing the world! The library is taking its newest piece of tech on tour. See and touch objects that could only be created with a 3D printer!
We invite you to join us on a quest to see how many books can be read over 8 weeks! As always, readers of every age can participate...even those who are just starting!
Join us for a summer full of great entertainment at our 750-seat amphitheater. Enjoy a vibrant mix of musical talent in this conveniently located outdoor venue with space on the lawn for your chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets.
We're happy to announce that the Burlington County Library System will be an affiliate site in this year's Maker Camp, sponsored by Make: and Google! This virtual camp runs from July 6th to August 14th. Kids and teens, ages 12-18 are invited to take part.
The public is invited to explore Chinese history, cuisine, and tourism during our "Journey to China" programming. Each event will each begin at 2 p.m. and will be held at the County Library in Westampton.
Earth Day was started by a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin named Gaylord Nelson. He began talking about a "national teach-in on the environment" in 1969, following a massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California.
Art and music take center stage when a selection of students who participated in this year’s Burlington County Teen Arts Festival present a free showcase for the public on April 21st and 22nd!