Date

Halloween Craft & Parade

Kids

Join Miss Caitlin for Halloween themed crafts. The Halloween parade will follow, starting at 11:05. Wear your costumes and bring a treat bag!

Snacks may be served.

  • 10:30am
  • Ages 2-6 years
  • Registration is not required
Fri, Oct. 28 (10:30am)

Sew Kawaii

Kids, Teen

Kawaii is Japanese for cute!  Join us and sew plushies.  Some ideas are skelanimals (skeleton animals) or sugar skulls, but feel free to get creative and make a different plushie.

  • 6:30 pm
  • Ages 12-18
  • Registration is requested-opens Sept 28
Fri, Oct. 28 (6:30pm)

Bohemian Legos at the Library

Kids, Homeschooler

Calling all Lego lovers!  Join other kids who love building creations as much as you. The library provides the LEGO blocks - you provide the imagination! Please DO NOT bring Legos from home.

Sat, Oct. 29 (2:00pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult

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, Oct. 31 (6:00pm)

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, Nov. 1 (7:30pm)

MS Support group

Adult

Members of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Delaware Valley Association meet monthly to provide support and education to people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Wed, Nov. 2 (9:30am)

Big Read: Detective Make & Take

Kids

 Celebrate the Big Read with us by making a detective craft!

Wed, Nov. 2 (2:00pm)

Genealogy Huddle

Adult

Would you like help and to learn how to research  your family’s lineage?  If so, meet with members of the Burlington County Genealogy Club for conversation, brainstorming, resource instruction, and support on family history research.

Wed, Nov. 2 (7:00pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult

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.

Thu, Nov. 3 (6:00pm)

Thursday at the Theatre - Film Noir Series

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Film

Out of the Past -  Rated PG-13/ 1 hour 37 minutes

Daniel Mainwaring wrote his final and oft considered best novel under the pseudonym Geoffrey Homes, Build My Gallows High, this novel was to become the film Out of the Past. The screenplay, also written by Daniel Mainwaring, is a film-noir thriller starring the phenomenal Robert Mitchum, Jane Greer, and Kirk Douglas. This movie has both a dark storyline and dark cinematography as well as offering up the classic femme fatale. Out of the Past is widely considered to be one of the best film-noir movies of all time.

Thu, Nov. 3 (6:30pm)

Another Harry Potter Program

Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Just in time for the premiere of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, the library is hosting yet Another Harry Potter Program!

Fri, Nov. 4 (6:30pm)

Create a Charm Braclelet

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Join us for a fun evening of crafting. You can design and create your own Film Noir themed charm bracelet. Register now, seating is limited.

Sat, Nov. 5 (1:00pm)

Parallel Exit’s WHAM, SLAM, and BAM!

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Family, Homeschooler, Music

Parallel Exit presents WHAM, SLAM, and BAM! - a speedof-light comedy show harkening back to the days of vaudeville.

Sun, Nov. 6 (2:00pm)

Big Read: Afternoon of Mystery Scavenger Hunt

Kids

 Drop in between 4-6pm to make a craft, look around for clues and get a prize.

  • 4-6pm
  • Ages 4 and up
  •  Registration not required; available only while supplies last

 

Mon, Nov. 7 (4:00pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult

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, Nov. 7 (6:00pm)

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