Job Hunting on the Internet

Adult, Computer

Learn to use the library’s in-house resources and the Internet to find the perfect job. This class will cover popular job search websites as well as the library’s databases including Job & Career Accelerator, Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center, and Reference USA. MOUSE SKILL is required.

Mon, Mar. 6 (9:30am)

A Matter of Balance

Adult, Seniors

This program is FULL!

A Matter of Balance is an 8-week structured group intervention for older adults that emphasizes practical strategies to reduce fear of falling and increase activity levels.  Participants will learn:

Mon, Mar. 6 (10:00am)

ESL - English as a Second Language


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 skills and would like to learn about the English Language and American culture.

Mon, Mar. 6 (6:00pm)

Burlington County Small Business Expo

Adult, Business

Are you a small business owner looking to grow your business or an entrepreneur preparing to start your own? Join five local professionals at the County Library to explore resources for your success.

Mon, Mar. 6 (6:30pm)

Pajama Storytime

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join us for a fun pajama storytime with stories, movement, and a craft. Wear your pajamas or bring your favorite stuffed animal and unwind from a long day of school and play.

  • Ages 4-7
  • Siblings are welcome
  • Registration requested; not required
Mon, Mar. 6 (7:00pm)

Introduction to eBooks

Adult, Computer

This class will explore the Overdrive Digital Library and introduce you to the world of eBooks. Learn the difference between audiobooks and eBooks, how to search for materials, downloading, and what devices you can use them on. MOUSE SKILL is required.

9:30 - 10:30am

Tue, Mar. 7 (9:30am)

Toddler Time


Get ready to have fun at a program designed for the toddler on the go. Stories, songs, movement, and more.

  • Ages 18-35 months
  • Registration requested;not required
Tue, Mar. 7 (10:00am)

Homeschool Stop Motion Animation Workshop

Kids, Homeschooler

Stop-Motion Animation is an animation technique that’s has been used since the 1930s and is till used today in films like Shaun the Sheep and Kubo and the Two Strings.  This program will show you at a very basic, fun level the ideas behind Stop-Motion Animation and how you can make your own Stop-

Tue, Mar. 7 (10:30am)

Social Knitting

Adult, Seniors, Teen

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. 7 (10:30am)

Toddler Time


Get ready to have fun at a program designed for the toddler on the go. Stories, songs, movement, and more.

  • Ages 18-35 months
  • Registration requested;not required
Tue, Mar. 7 (11:00am)

Chess Club

Adult, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Are you a seasoned player looking for a game or a rookie still learning how the pieces move? 

Tue, Mar. 7 (4:00pm)

Dulcimer Demonstration

Adult, Family, Music

Join us to enjoy a Dulcimer demonstration and performance held the first Tuesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at 7:30pm

Tue, Mar. 7 (7:30pm)

Email: Beyond the Basics

Adult, Computer

This class is intended for those who have an email account and know the basics, such as composing and replying. The class will show you how to delete emails, save them to folders, create an email address book, and send and open attachments. Features demonstrated using Yahoo email.

Wed, Mar. 8 (9:30am)

Mystery Book Group

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

Each month we choose and feature a mystery author. We'll all read any book by that author, then discuss our specific book and the author in general.

Wed, Mar. 8 (10:00am)

Monster Make-N-Take Craft

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Children can come and construct their own paper monster using a variety of pre-cut body parts (head, facial features, body, arms, legs, tentacles, claws, etc.). Children can choose to roll a large die to determine the number of body parts to use, or they can make their own configuration.

Wed, Mar. 8 (6:00pm)