Pay tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans.
Stop by the County Library this month to view artwork featuring “Gardens and Porches” being showcased in the Eighth Annual Gisela Bly Juried BCAG Members Exhibit.
Unless it involves a school or work assignment, there are no “shoulds” when it comes to what you want to spend your time reading or watching. No Shame November is all about no guilt, no shame, and no judgment.
Stop by to check out the latest items in BCLS’s digital collection and browse a wide range of services that offered to Burlington County residents with a library card.
Experience the mystery of The Maltese Falcon during this special presentation of LUX Radio Theatre in the County Library Auditorium. Join our friends from the Bridge Players Theatre Company during this free performance in November.
It’s time to ring in another New Year and that means it’s time to welcome 365 days of new opportunities for reflection and self-improvement.
Having a library card gives you access to over 60 online resources, including helpful databases that will immerse you in a new language.
For centuries, the jack-o’-lantern has been a staple of Halloween tradition. So how and why did the carving of pumpkins become associated with this spooky holiday?
Bright sunshine and crisp fall days often inspire outdoor activities, and a field full of pumpkins is a wonderful sight!