Understanding How IRA's Work in Retirement

Adult, Seniors, Business

Please join Meiyoko Taylor and Bill Greenfield, founder and owner of Wealth Bridge Advisory, for this free, educational seminar on how IRA’s work in retirement. Some key things that you will learn are:

Thu, May. 12 (6:30pm)

Yoga Tyme


Join Miss Janet for this innovative program that incorporates learning concepts, music, and yoga into a fun-filled yoga experience for 4-7 year olds. Please bring socks. Registration begins two weeks prior.

Fri, May. 13 (10:30am)

Flappers – Women of the 1920s

Adult, Seniors

It was a period of American history that drove significant changes in how society perceived and accepted women. It was also a time of meteoric growth for our country and its women. The presentation discusses the emergence of American women from the demure Gibson Girl to the flashing Flapper.

Sun, May. 15 (2:00pm)



Calling all artists ... Kids ages 5 - 12 will explore and learn while using their imaginations to create their own framed masterpiece. **Ages 5 - 12 years**  (the minimum age is 5 years old, please no exceptions)

Registration begins 2 weeks prior to the program. 

Mon, May. 16 (4:00pm)

Library Babies


   Library Babies will be presented on Tuesday, May 17 at 10:30 a.m. for babies 12 to 24 months old.

Join other mothers and caregivers with your baby for stories, songs, rhymes, music and fun.


Registration begins 2 weeks prior to the program.

Tue, May. 17 (10:30am)

Adult Yarn Social

Adult, Seniors

Do you knit and/or crochet? Then come join other knitting and crochet fans for an hour (or more, if you like) of relaxed, social yarn time. Share your current project, ask for pointers, swap patterns, or just enjoy the company of fellow enthusiasts!

Wed, May. 18 (11:00am)

Burlington County Office of Aging Services

Adult, Seniors, Family

May is Older American Month! Meet Lucille Boone from the Burlington County Office of Aging to familiarize yourself with what services are available to you as a county resident. There will be free handout materials for you to take home.

Registration will open 2 weeks prior.

Thu, May. 19 (1:00pm)

Special Needs Crafts & Conversation

Teen, Family

Register and join us for a new program just perfect for special needs teens.  Stations of sensory friendly crafts will be available as well as music, conversation, and fun from 10:30 - 11:30 am!  Caregivers are required to stay.  Best suited for teens and young adults.  **Ages 13-19 years old**

Sat, May. 21 (10:30am)

Itsy Bitsy Time


 Join Ms. Jenn for a fun activity with motion and music for babies 6-12 months. Bring a blanket. Siblings must remain seated. REGISTRATION BEGINS TWO WEEKS PRIOR.


Mon, May. 23 (10:15am)

Boppin Babies

Kids, Family

Join Ms. Jenn for a fun circle time with parachute play and more. Siblings must remain seated. Ages 12-24 months. Registration begins two weeks prior.

Mon, May. 23 (11:00am)

Afternoon Book Discussion - Go Set A Watchman

Book Club

Join us to discuss Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee. New members are welcome and registration is not required.

Mon, May. 23 (2:00pm)

Family Craft

Kids, Family

We're making ... May Flowers in a fun Family Craft that is perfect for all ages.  We'll use lots of colorful items to make unique creations.  Stay and read to the Wagging Tales dogs!

No registration required.

Mon, May. 23 (6:30pm)

Wagging Tales

Kids, Family

Come and visit the therapy dogs from Loving Paws...who visit us each month for reading and fun. Learn all kinds of interesting things about dogs, practice reading, and bring your family. It's a dog-a-bration. All ages.

Registration begins 2 weeks prior to the event.


Mon, May. 23 (7:00pm)

Wii for Seniors & Adults

Adult, Seniors, Computer

Geared for ages 55 & over, but open to all adult players. Video games are not just for kids anymore! See what all the buzz is about. Bowling, golf, puzzle games, more! Wii generously donated by Samost Caregiver Respite Grant & JFCSSNJ.

Registration will open 2 weeks prior.

Tue, May. 24 (10:30am)

Mr. Kajaria’s Foreign Film Picks: Pauline at the Beach

Adult, Film

Join us every month to watch a foreign film selected by  former Drexel Professor Ramesh Kajaria. Registration is not required, but seating is limited.

Pauline at the Beach: In French with English subtitles. Rated R. (1983)

Tue, May. 24 (2:00pm)