The United Nations established World Space Week in 1999 as an annual “international celebration of science and technology, and their contribution to improving the human condition.”
Looking for a good book to read this fall? Why not delve into The Maltese Falcon, Dashiell Hammett’s thrilling third novel that set the standard by which all subsequent detective fiction would be judged.
Observed between September 15 and October 15 each year, National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the achievements of Hispanics in the United States.
Burlington County Library System is proud to welcome the granddaughter of Dashiell Hammett and our featured speaker, Julie Rivett, as part of the NEA Big Read.
Middle and high school students looking to add community service as part of their learning experience should visit the library on September 17 to explore available opportunities at the Volunteer Opportunities Fair.
BCLS invites you to sit back, relax and enjoy Sundays on Stage, a series of free culturally-enriching one-hour performances presented this fall in our auditorium.
Beginning Thursday, September 8, celebrate Halloween by donating your gently used costume and accessories to the Annual Kids Costume Swap hosted by the Burlington County Library System.
Library cards are awesome. Having a card gives you access to a multitude of library services, materials and technology! What better time to remind everyone how cool libraries are than during Library Card Sign-up Month?
In January 2006, NASA launched a small space probe to Pluto, the only planet in our solar system at the time to have never been explored.