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)
NoveList is a service provided by the New Jersey State Library that helps users find new authors and reading material based on what they already love. With reading lists for all ages and two levels of service NoveList makes finding that next read quick, simple and intuitive.
February is National Heart Month and what better time to make healthy choices! There are plenty of events and items in our catalog to help you take care of your heart!
Congratulations to Kimberly Stewart for being the 1,000th person to like our Facebook page! Kimberly will win a gift basket of prizes from the Burlington County Library System! Our additional winners are Monica Dennler & Bob Mode. They will also receive prizes for all of the likes, comments and shares they frequently send our way!
The Burlington County Farm Fair is taking place this weekend and the library will be there to celebrate. Stop by the Burlington County Fairgrounds and look for the Bookmobile Thursday through Saturday! We’ll have summer program schedules, coloring books, pencils and bookmarks for you! Don’t forget to bring your library card along, because you can check out items while cooling off in the air-conditioned Bookmobile!
If your high school has a required summer reading be sure to take care of the assignment now before the summer gets away from you! Check our online catalog to see if we have an available copy of your book.
With the school year almost over, the Burlington County Library is getting ready for summer reading. The children's theme for this year's summer reading program is "Dig Into Reading" and will kick off on June 24th. Children of all ages and abilities are welcome to join this free program and ear