Animators joined forces to create a series of looping videos at a recently held Stop Motion Animation class at the County Library!
The Burlington County Library System is pleased that so many customers enjoy our Summer Sunset Concert Series. To ensure a SAFE and enjoyable evening, effective immediately NO chairs may be set up prior to 5PM on the day of the concerts. Any seating set up prior to 5pm will be removed.
Did you miss the bookfair? Don't worry, you can still support the library when you shop online using our ID number anytime between Saturday, June 28th to Friday, July 4th!
Summer is a time to sit back, relax and have some fun! What better place to kick off the summer than the library! Inside this post you will find a few of the fun, family-friendly activities we have scheduled to keep you busy from June to August!
Looking for some other great reads after finishing John Green's The Fault in Our Stars? Check out this list of suggestions from Buzzfeed.
Library card holders have instant access to streaming video with a growing catalog of digital feature films, documentaries, educational, children’s favorites and more with a modern, easy-to-use viewing experience. Users may browse the video selection on the library’s website, borrow titles with a valid library card, and stream on most mobile and desktop devices. All videos will automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees!
Take a trip throughout the Mesozoic era with magic, merry mayhem, and magnificent life sized dinosaurs. This exciting program will answer questions like… How do we know dinosaurs were here? What is a fossil? How are fossils made?
Celebrate National Library Week (April 13-19, 2014) by sharing something special about your library. Take a shelfie! Share your love for the library with us via Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!
We'll be re-posting our favorite submissions all week!
April is National Parkinson's Awareness Month. In the United States, 50,000-60,000 new cases of PD are diagnosed each year, adding to the one million people who currently have PD. The Center for Disease control rated complications from Parkinson’s disease as the 14th leading cause of death in the United States. Worldwide, it is estimated that four to six million people suffer from the condition. There is hope, however, as scientists work towards a cure and make progress in identifying the best treatment options for patients. Learn more about PD now. (From the official site)