Date

One-on-One Computer Help Sessions

Adult, Seniors, Computer

Make an appointment for a 30 minute personal help session to have your email, Internet, iPad, and general computer how-to questions answered. Mouse skill required unless you have a touch screen device.

Wed, Oct. 25 (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, Oct. 25 (10:30am)

One-on-One Computer Help Sessions

Adult, Seniors, Computer

Make an appointment for a 30 minute personal help session to have your email, Internet, iPad, and general computer how-to questions answered. Mouse skill required unless you have a touch screen device.

Wed, Oct. 25 (11:00am)

One-on-One Computer Help Sessions

Adult, Seniors, Computer

Make an appointment for a 30 minute personal help session to have your email, Internet, iPad, and general computer how-to questions answered. Mouse skill required unless you have a touch screen device.

Wed, Oct. 25 (11:30am)

Monster Rocks Craft for Tweens and Teens

Kids, Teen

Get in the mood for Halloween fun. Use your creativity to decorate rocks to scare and impress!

Best for ages 10 and up.

Thu, Oct. 26 (4:00pm)

Build It

Kids, Family, Homeschooler, Sensory

Come into the library and have some STEM fun with our building kits ... explore, engineer, and create.  Legos, Straws & Connectors, Crystal Climbers and more available to fuel your child's creativity.  Best suited for ages 6 - 12 years.  Sensory Friendly.

Sat, Oct. 28 (2:00pm)

Build It

Kids, Family, Homeschooler, Sensory

Drop in between 2-4 p.m. and have some STEM fun with our building kits ... explore, engineer, and create.  Legos, Straws & Connectors, Crystal Climbers and more available to fuel your child's creativity.  Best suited for ages 6 - 12 years.  Sensory Friendly.

Sun, Oct. 29 (2:00pm)

Pre-School Slime Time-With Mad Science

Kids

Giant molecule chains called polymers are vital to modern civilization; and they can be lots of fun for kids. In this slimy class, we will explore, create and play with the most entertaining and useful molecule known to science, and discover its many shapes and forms. Best for ages 3-5 1/2.

Mon, Oct. 30 (10:30am)

Book Discussion The Nest

Book Club

Join us to discuss The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney. New members are welcome and registration is not required.

Mon, Oct. 30 (2:00pm)

Time for twos and threes "Halloween Fun"

Kids

   

     Happy Halloween!  Come to the Library in your favorite Costume and

join us for a fun time of Halloween stories, songs, and make your own

Trick or Treat bag.  We'll go Trick or Treating throughout the building.

Children ages 2-3 years and caregivers.

Tue, Oct. 31 (10:30am)

Halloween Story Time (3-6 years)

Kids, Family

Calling all 3 - 6 year olds ... WEAR YOUR COSTUME and join Ms.

Tue, Oct. 31 (10:30am)

Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

Adult, Seniors

Learn the basics of creating digital slide presentations for business, hobby, club, school, parties, or family gatherings.

Mouse skill required. Please bring a USB flashdrive if you wish to save your work.

Registration will open 2 weeks prior.

Wed, Nov. 1 (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, Nov. 1 (10:30am)

New Generation Social Security

Adult, Seniors

The New Generation Retirement Planning Seminar will cover these topics about Social Security and more:

Wed, Nov. 1 (6:30pm)

Itsy Bitsy Time

Kids

 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.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Evesham Library

 

Thu, Nov. 2 (10:15am)

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