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Reading Dogs

Kids

Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make new furry friends by reading aloud to registered therapy dogs.   These dogs love to hear a good story, and reading to dogs has been shown to increase literacy skills and confidence in children. Come see what it’s all about!

Mon, Aug. 8 (2:00pm)

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Ages 12-18

Teen

Join other teens and discuss ideas for activities and programs that would attract teens to the library.  Discuss books you are currently reading.  Meeting time counts toward volunteer hours.  Snacks will be served.  Registration is required and begins on July 26, 2016.  Please register in person,

Tue, Aug. 9 (7:00pm)

Eyes of the Wild: End of Summer Party (Ages 4-12)

Kids

"Are you as agile as a Chinchilla or as strong as a Burmese Python?"  Come join Eyes of the Wild for survival of the fittest and maybe you will find out!  Registration is required and begins on July 27, 2016.  Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.  Please registe

Wed, Aug. 10 (1:00pm)

The British Occupation of Philadelphia During the Revolution

Adult, Seniors, Teen

It is September 1777. The War for American Independence, in its second year, is in an uneasy stalemate. The Continental Army, led by General George Washington, scored two successes in late 1776 with victories at Trenton and Princeton.

Thu, Aug. 11 (6:45pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Aug. 12 (10:30am)

Gemma Gadget: Aspiring Engineer Program (Ages 6-9)

Kids, Homeschooler

Learn about engineering from members of the Think Like a Girl team and perform a fun, hands-on activity that teaches basic engineering principles and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) skills!

Tue, Aug. 16 (2:30pm)

Gaby Gadget: Aspring Engineer Program (Ages 10-12)

Kids, Homeschooler

Learn about engineering from members of the Think Like a Girl team and perform a fun, hands-on activity that teaches basic engineering principles and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) skills!

Thu, Aug. 18 (2:30pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Aug. 19 (10:30am)

Tumbling Time (Ages 3-5)

Kids

Preschoolers will enjoy exercise, music, and movement activities.  Everyone will have fun "tumbling" together!  Registration is required and begins on August 10, 2016.  Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.  Please register each child individually.

Wed, Aug. 24 (10:30am)

Writer's Critique Group

Adult, Seniors

Have you always wanted to write and sell a book? Have you started or finished your first draft? Bring along your work-in-progress for a helpful and inspiring group critique.

Thu, Aug. 25 (6:00pm)

Summer Olympics Make-n-Take (Ages 4 and up)

Kids, Family

Stop in anytime and create a craft to celebrate the Summer Olympics.  While supplies last.

Fri, Aug. 26 (10:00am)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Aug. 26 (10:30am)

The Open Book Club

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

We’ll be discussing The Lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan.  The Book Group meets in the Cinnaminson Branch Library meeting room the last Monday of every month, 2:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M., unless otherwise noted.  New members are always welcome.

Mon, Aug. 29 (2:00pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Sep. 2 (10:30am)

Baby and Toddler Time

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

It’s time to shake, rattle, and roll! Babies and toddlers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, and dance along at Baby and Toddler Time. Registration is not required!

Thu, Sep. 8 (10:30am)

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