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Who's Got the Jug?

Kids, Family

Learn about the history of pottery in the early American period and then make your own vessel to take home with you. Ages 7 and up.

Registration is required. Please call 609-267-7111 to register.

Sponsored by the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New Jersey.

Sat, Sep. 26 (1:00pm) Mount Holly

Colonial Life

Kids, Family

Through hands-on show and tell methods, get a feeling for what day-to-day life was like for colonists in the Burlington County area in the days before the American Revolution. Both 18th century reproductions and actual period artifacts will be used.

Sat, Oct. 3 (11:00am) Mount Holly

LEGO CLUB @ the Library Company

Teen, Kids, Family

Do you love Lego Building Blocks? Join us for Lego play!! We will provide the Lego, so you only need to bring your imagination.

Thu, Oct. 8 (4:00pm) Burlington

Good Old Colony Times

Adult

Join historical interpreter and balladeer Stacy Roth for songs and anecdotes celebrating love, courtship, marriage, sex, work, current events, and politics in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Registration is required. Please call 609-267-7111 to register.

Sat, Oct. 17 (11:00am) Mount Holly

LEGO CLUB @ the Library Company

Teen, Kids, Family

Do you love Lego Building Blocks? Join us for Lego play!! We will provide the Lego, so you only need to bring your imagination.

Thu, Oct. 22 (4:00pm) Burlington

Stranger Among Saints: Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower

Adult

Stephen Hopkins was no Saint (as the separatist founders of Plymouth Colony referred to their congregation, the Church of Saints), but his previous experience in the New World made him a useful and respected member of the group of New England settlers popularly known as "the Pilgrims." Find out a

Sat, Nov. 14 (11:00am) Mount Holly

A Midwinter Night's Dream: Tales of Christmas Past

Adult

How did the diverse people of Colonial America celebrate Christmas? Storyteller David Emerson – through anecdote and story – explores ancient seasonal customs that found their way to the Colonies – despite the best efforts of Puritans and Protestants to stamp them out!

Sat, Nov. 21 (12:00pm) Mount Holly

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