Ever since the United States was founded, music has been a way to celebrate our nation and promote unity.
Kids ages 6 to 12 are invited to explore science, technology, engineering, art and math at all BCLS branches this summer by participating in a series of special workshops being offered by “Think Like a Girl” entrepreneurs.
Aspiring artists, between the ages of 16-22, are invited to explore comic illustration, figure drawing, and color theory in this series of workshops presented by local artist, Tiffany Case.
Burlington County Library’s System’s 2016 Summer Reading Program is underway featuring eight-weeks of activities, prizes and more!
Based on the memoir by Piper Kerman, this award-winning series goes back to prison.
Though not an official federal holiday, Flag Day was first established in 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson to celebrate the adoption of “Old Glory” as the symbol of our country on June 14, 1777.
This visual medium allows readers to experience everything from French fashion to true crime. By adding a layer of perspective to the storytelling, the versatile format often accomplishes things normal books may not.
We share tips, tricks and resources for teens and young adults interviewing for the perfect summer position in our third post on landing an awesome job.