Boppin Babies


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.

Wed, Aug. 10 (10:15am)

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, Aug. 10 (11:00am)

Little Movers and Shakers


 Join Ms. Jenn for a half- hour of musical fun and movement. Siblings must remain seated. For ages 2-3 years. Registration opens two weeks prior.

Wed, Aug. 10 (11:00am)

Chair Yoga

Adult, Seniors

Chair yoga is a wonderful way to move your body and increase your flexibility using a chair for support. An introduction to yoga poses and breathing will be explored in a way that's accessible to everyone.

Wed, Aug. 10 (1:00pm)

Kids Can Cook

Kids, Family

Ages 6-9 years. Join Ms. Holly and Ms. Ashley, a Registered Dietician from the Shop Rite of Marlton, for some kid-friendly cooking. We will be making a delicious snack with seasonal ingredients. (Please list all food allergies.)  Stay for a quick & fun activity or craft!

Wed, Aug. 10 (4:00pm)

Introduction to Essential Oils and Bolstering the Immune System

Adult, Seniors

Join Sifu Lou for this enlightening talk about the benefits of Essential Oils.

Registration will open 2 weeks prior.

Wed, Aug. 10 (6:30pm)

Pirate School

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Meet the bumbling buccaneer character Billy Bones during this engaging program with veteran family entertainer David Engel. The (Generally) Good Pirate will have youngsters of all ages laughing, singing and dancing. They will all want to be “good” pirates. Why? Because kids already are pirates!

Wed, Aug. 10 (7:00pm)

A Matter of Balance


A Matter of Balance is an 8-week structured group intervention for older adults that emphasizes practical strategies to reduce fear of falling and increase activity levels. Participants will learn:

Thu, Aug. 11 (10:00am)

Unraveling the Internet for Genealogy

Adult, Seniors

Have you tried using the internet for your own genealogy but find it difficult and confusing? Join us and leave with a new set of skills plus a better understanding of internet searches.

Thu, Aug. 11 (1:00pm)

Gaby Gadget: Aspiring Engineer Program Ages 10-12 years

Kids, Homeschooler

<p>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! 6:30 p.m.

Thu, Aug. 11 (6:30pm)

End of Summer Reading Celebration

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Join us between 10:30 am and 12:30 pm for drop in craft stations, face painting, scavenger hunt, games, & ice cream ... as supplies last.  Log your reading time and pick up your final prizes. 


Fri, Aug. 12 (10:00am)

Refresh & Renew Yoga for Adults & Teens

Adult, Teen

Start your day by energizing, stretching and relaxing your body. Join us for a 1 hour yoga class. **For Adults & Teens ages 13 & Up**

Please bring a mat or towel and a bottle of water and wear comfortable clothing.

Registration will open 2 weeks prior on July 30th.

Sat, Aug. 13 (11:00am)

Summer Edition: Teen Special Needs Cooking, Crafts & Conversation

Teen, Family

Join us for a Summer Edition of Teen SN Cooking, Crafts & Conversation.  This session will include another hands-on cooking class with the Shop Rite dietician.  We will make a healthy, delicious snack using seasonal ingredients.  Sensory friendly crafts & activities too!  Caregivers are r

Mon, Aug. 15 (4:00pm)

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, Aug. 16 (10:30am)

Mr. Kajaria’s Foreign Film Picks: Zhou Yu's Train

Adult, Seniors, 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.

Tue, Aug. 16 (2:00pm)