Date

Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Craft

Kids, Homeschooler

Make the perfect scarecrow to keep mom and dad from stealing your Thanksgiving dessert!

  • Wednesday November 15th at 4:30
  • Recommended ages 4 to 12
  • Registration not required

This program contains food.
Ingredient List:

Wed, Nov. 15 (4:30pm)

Journal Writing: Thanksgiving Traditions

Adult, Seniors

How do you and your family celebrate Thanksgiving?  Come share your traditions with others who enjoy writing.

Thu, Nov. 16 (2:00pm)

Hidden Treasure: Unclaimed Property

Adult, Seniors

Did you know there's 16 billion dollars in unclaimed property across the United States?  This money could be from forgotten bank accounts, uncashed paychecks, unclaimed refunds and more.  Lori Potpinka from New Jersey's Unclaimed Property Administration will be here to let you know if you have an

Thu, Nov. 16 (6:00pm)

Girls Who Code Club - CANCELED

Kids, Teen, Homeschooler

This program has unfortunately been canceled. If interested in a future program, please contact Miss Megan at the Maple Shade Library.

 

“Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology”

Please join us at the Maple Shade Library this fall as we host our first Girls who Code Club, focusing on women in tech and building a sense of sisterhood.  The group will spend 10 sessions working on different coding activities while also creating components for a larger group computer science impact project, focusing on a topic we deem to be especially important to our community.

  • Ages 11 to 18
  • Limit 10 participants for ALL TEN SESSIONS
  • By registering you are committing to participate for the full ten sessions. Please do not register if you do not intend to join us for every session you can. You are registering once for a 10 session program. Please do not register more than one student in one registration form.
  • Registration begins Monday, September 18 at 10am

Participants must have an email address to participate in the program, or get parental consent to create an email address at the start of the program.

Participants under the age of 13 and those without a smart phone must have a parent who can download the GWC Loop App and monitor it for them throughout the course of the program—this is  one way the group will keep in touch.

    Fridays at 4 pm (sessions are between 1 and 2 hours)

Fri, Nov. 17 (4:00pm)

American Grown: American Tall Tales and Short Story Writing Workshop

Adult, Seniors

Tall Tales and American legends have a foundation in fact, but have been greatly embellished and shared around campfires for hundreds of years.  Victoria Marie Lees will share some tales and legends from American culture and explore some of the finer details to short story creation.  Then partici

Fri, Nov. 17 (6:00pm)

Library Game Night

Adult, Seniors, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Please join us for an evening of board games and fun! BYOG (Bring your own game) or borrow one from us.

  • Friday November 17th at 6 pm
  • All ages welcome
  • Registration requested but not required!
Fri, Nov. 17 (6:00pm)

Reading with Rover

Kids, Teen, Family

Join us as we welcome South Jersey Loving Paws to the Maple Shade Library! This is an opportunity for your child to practice reading while in the comforting presence of a loving therapy dog.

Mon, Nov. 20 (6:00pm)

Wine Glass Painting

Adult, Seniors

Enjoy a fun afternoon at the library and learn how easy it is to customize your own wine glass. 

All materials will be provided.  Registration is limited to 10 participants.

Wed, Nov. 22 (3:00pm)

ABC STEAM Storytime - F

Kids

Please join us for ABC STEAM Storytime! Each storytime will focus on a letter of the alphabet and will highlight one or more of the STEAM concepts (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics).  There will be crafts, science experiments, building projects and more!

Mon, Nov. 27 (4:30pm)

Teen Art Club: Crochet Drink Cozys

Teen

Learn how to make a simple crochet drink cozy along with Miss Megan! The perfect start for beginners looking to learn more about crocheting.

Wed, Nov. 29 (4:30pm)

Needlework Meet-Up

Adult, Seniors

Whether you knit, crochet, or do needlepoint, bring a project to work on, and join other crafters.

Thu, Nov. 30 (6:00pm)

Baby Toddler Storytime Fun

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

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

Fri, Dec. 1 (10:30am)

Girls Who Code Club - CANCELED

Kids, Teen, Homeschooler

This program has unfortunately been canceled. If interested in a future program, please contact Miss Megan at the Maple Shade Library.

 

“Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology”

Please join us at the Maple Shade Library this fall as we host our first Girls who Code Club, focusing on women in tech and building a sense of sisterhood.  The group will spend 10 sessions working on different coding activities while also creating components for a larger group computer science impact project, focusing on a topic we deem to be especially important to our community.

  • Ages 11 to 18
  • Limit 10 participants for ALL TEN SESSIONS
  • By registering you are committing to participate for the full ten sessions. Please do not register if you do not intend to join us for every session you can. You are registering once for a 10 session program. Please do not register more than one student in one registration form.
  • Registration begins Monday, September 18 at 10am

Participants must have an email address to participate in the program, or get parental consent to create an email address at the start of the program.

Participants under the age of 13 and those without a smart phone must have a parent who can download the GWC Loop App and monitor it for them throughout the course of the program—this is  one way the group will keep in touch.

    Fridays at 4 pm (sessions are between 1 and 2 hours)

Fri, Dec. 1 (4:00pm)

Magical Memories: Poetry Writing Workshop

Adult, Seniors

Poets and painters create art from moments in life.  Victoria Marie Lees will discuss the importance of retaining magical memories through poetry.  She will explore several types of poetry and figures of speech in an attempt for participants to create some magical memory poems.

Fri, Dec. 1 (6:00pm)

Book Sale

Family, Book Club, Book Sale

Hardcover $1.00

Paperbacks $.50

Books on CD $1.00

DVDs $1.00

Children's Books $.50

 

 

Sat, Dec. 2 (10:00am)

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