Date

Origami

Adult, Seniors

It's December and we are all preparing for the holiday season!  So let's get somewhat crafty and fold a few gifts to make it a little more personal.  Please join Cye Newman in four one-hour sessions of Christmas folding.  Participants will make a traditional origami folding such as a star, Santa,

Thu, Dec. 15 (6:00pm)

Year-End Tax Tips

Adult, Seniors

Summer is a fond memory and fall has arrived.  Now is the time to plan for your 2016 income taxes.

This informative workshop will give you the essentials of what to include in your overall strategy.

Thu, Dec. 15 (6:00pm)

Family Movie Night: Bolt

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Come on over and join us for a viewing of Bolt! (Rated PG). 

Fri, Dec. 16 (6:30pm)

Tree of Life Pendants

Teen

Join us in making a lovely Tree of Life Pendant for use as a necklace or on a keychain.

This craft will be winter-inspired, and you can choose to give yours snowy branches

or model it after the red and green of a holly tree! Your finished pendant makes a great

Wed, Dec. 21 (4:30pm)

Origami

Adult, Seniors

It's December and we are all preparing for the holiday season!  So let's get somewhat crafty and fold a few gifts to make it a little more personal.  Please join Cye Newman in four one-hour sessions of Christmas folding.  Participants will make a traditional origami folding such as a star, Santa,

Thu, Dec. 22 (6:00pm)

Seasonal Stories and Craft

Adult, Kids, Family

Join us for seasonal stories, songs, music and a craft!

Best suited for toddlers, and preschoolers, to age 7.

Siblings and grandparents welcome!

Tue, Dec. 27 (10:30am)

Lunch at the Library

Adult, Kids, Family

Pack a brown bag lunch and bring it to the library to enjoy picnic style with Miss Kiran and Miss Megan

We will enjoy seasonal stories, music and parachute play.

Best suited for toddlers, and preschoolers, to age 7

Siblings and grandparents welcome!

Thu, Dec. 29 (12:00pm)

New Year's Eve Dance Party for Kids

Adult, Kids, Family

Let's "Countdown to Noon" and ring in the New Year with an "apple juice toast'

and celebrate with dancing, games and a craft!

This family friendly program is fun for kids of all ages.

Feel free to dress up (or not) and bring your noisemakers.

 

Sat, Dec. 31 (11:30am)

Lead and Healthy Homes

Adult, Seniors

Come and learn about simple and low-cost ways to make your home a healthy home.  All participants will receive a free healthy homes bag .

Thu, Jan. 5 (6:00pm)

Baby Toddler Storytime Fun

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join us for some interactive educational fun, using books, songs, music and more!

Grandparents and siblings welcome! 

Fri, Jan. 6 (10:30am)

Baby and Mommy

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

This program is for moms with babies under 18 months.

We will read short stories, sing songs, and play with the babies using finger plays,

baby bounces and music. We will end with playtime and socialization for all.

Mon, Jan. 9 (10:30am)

Articles for the Articulate: New Year's Resolutions

Adult, Seniors

Would you like to live life to its fullest?  Do you wish to shed your Christmas-cookie weight?  Are you having trouble saving for a rainy day?  Bring all your magazine articles that discuss how to make and keep your resolution for the new year.

Wed, Jan. 11 (2:00pm)

ShopRite Kids Can Cook

Kids, Homeschooler

Join a Registered Dietician from the ShopRite of Hainesport for a kid-friendly cooking class! 

Thu, Jan. 12 (4:30pm)

Drop Spinning

Adult, Seniors

 If you knit, crochet, or are interested in creating a one-of-a-kind wool, this presentation is a hands-on opportunity to learn the process of spinning sheep's wool with a drop spindle.

Thu, Jan. 12 (6:00pm)

Teen Yoga and Meditation

Teen

Join us as we follow up a 10 minute stretching routine and a 20 minute yoga flow with 10 minutes of mindful meditation.  This is a great way to wind down a stressful school week and recharge for the weekend!

Fri, Jan. 13 (4:00pm)

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