Social Knitting

Adult, Seniors

This knitting group is for people who know how to knit, and would like to socialize, knit and offer occasional helpful hints and fresh ideas to fellow knitters.  Participants are asked to bring light colored 4-ply yarn and short size 9 or 10 knitting needles.

Tue, Mar. 20 (10:30am)

NEA Big Read: In the Time of the Butterflies

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

Enjoy a lively group discussion based on Julia Alverez's novel based on the true story of four sisters in the Dominican Republic. NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

Tue, Mar. 20 (2:00pm)

Chess Club

Adult, Kids, Teen

Whether you are looking for a skilled game or just started to play all are welcome.  Come when you can and play as long as you like.  Some instruction will be available to brand new players.  Chess sets are provided but feel free to bring your own.

Tue, Mar. 20 (4:00pm)

TeenWork Tuesday


Join us one Tuesday a month for TeenWork Tuesday, where teens are invited to discuss topics or work on projects related to positive community change and social justice issues. Teens who attend will earn community service hours for the time they spend in the program.

Tue, Mar. 20 (6:30pm)

Young Masters Art Program


Join Ms. Chris every month, as we focus on a different famous artist, from ancient history to the modern time. Learn a little bit about the artist, and then create a fun piece of artwork inspired by them. No previous art skills required!

Tue, Mar. 20 (6:30pm)

Spring Into Reading


There are so many wonderful books published each year, so how do teachers, parents and caregivers find the right fit for children? Kathy Spence will review and discuss a wide variety of recently published books that are great choices for reading aloud or individual reading, in school or at home.

Tue, Mar. 20 (6:30pm)

POSTPONED -The Pastel Work of Dale Roberts

Adult, Teen

Dale Roberts work has been showcased around the world. His award winning technique has given much overdo attention to the Encaustic art form.

Tue, Mar. 20 (6:30pm)

The Math Ladies


Miss Phyllis and Miss Margaret will be at the County Library with help for all ages.

  • 10 am-5 pm
  • No Registration required
  • Please call ahead in the event of inclement weather

The Math Ladies will not be available

Wed, Mar. 21 (10:00am)

Preschool Storytime


Join us for fun stories, activities, and a craft.

  • Ages 3-6
  • Registration requested; not required
Wed, Mar. 21 (10:30am)

Page Turners Book Club

Adult, Book Club

Join us for a discussion of these titles:

    January 17 | A Girl's Guide to Moving On by Debbie Macomber
    February 21 | Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult
    March 21 | The Promise Girls by Marie Bostwick
    April 18 | Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford
    May 16 | Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg
    June 20 | Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy

Wed, Mar. 21 (1:00pm)

POSTPONED -Beautiful Butterflies and Crazy Caterpillars

Adult, Seniors, Family

This event will be rescheduled for a date in the near future. Please check back soon!

Discover the world of some of our most beloved insects: the butterflies. This indoor PowerPoint presentation will focus on recognizing behaviors, life cycles, and photographic examples of amazing species of butterflies, caterpillars, and moths found in our Burlington County Parks.

Wed, Mar. 21 (6:00pm)

Unplugged STEAM


Come out and try out various activities that will test your Science, Engineering, and Arts talents.

  • Ages 6-13
  • Registration is requested; not required
Wed, Mar. 21 (6:30pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult, ESL

This English As A Second Language class, offered by the Willingboro Adult School, is for non-native speakers of English who want to improve their language

Thu, Mar. 22 (6:00pm)

Teen Anime Club

Teen, Homeschooler

Fans of anime, manga, and graphic novels are invited to hang out together and talk about their favorite works with other like-minded teens. Meetings will feature a combination of movie or TV show viewing, discussion, and cosplay.

Fri, Mar. 23 (4:00pm)

Legos at the Library


Calling all Lego lovers!  Join other kids who love building creations as much as you. The library provides the LEGO blocks - you provide the imagination! Please do not bring Legos from home.

  • Ages 5 - 13
  • Registration is requested


Fri, Mar. 23 (6:00pm)