Date

The Franklin Institute Presents: Motion & Machines

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Roll, slide, and spin! Investigate the basic physics of motion in this interactive show. We’ll use rubber balls, bricks, and wooden blocks to introduce and understand Newton’s Laws of Motion. Then, witness these laws in action in a lever, pulley, and student-driven hover car.

Sat, May. 6 (2:00pm)

Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age- A Documentary

Adult, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler, Film

We are thrilled to present Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age.

Sun, May. 7 (1:30pm)

Sensory Storytime

Kids, Sensory

This special story time is open to children with their caregivers and will feature interactive stories, songs and movement designed for children on the autism spectrum and with sensory sensitivities.

Sun, May. 7 (2:00pm)

Job Hunting on the Internet

Adult, Computer

Learn to use the library’s in-house resources and the Internet to find the perfect job.

Mon, May. 8 (9:30am)

Exploring Science, Engineering and Career Pathways with 4-H

Kids, Teen, Homeschooler

A six week series of programs where youth will learn engineering design process through hands on projects including “Drone Discovery”,” Rockets to the Rescue”, Environmental Science and more.   Youth will be introduced to a variety of STEM career fields.

Mon, May. 8 (6:00pm)

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, May. 8 (6:00pm)

Homeschool STEM: Playful Building

Kids, Homeschooler

Test out your building, engineering and invention skills as we create with different materials and STEM kits.  We will build structures, create floating devices and make things fly.

Tue, May. 9 (10:30am)

Social Knitting

Adult, Seniors

This knitting group is for people who know how to knit, and would like to socialize, knit and offer occasional helpful hints and fresh ideas to fellow knitters.  Participants are asked to bring light colored 4-ply yarn and short size  9 or 10 knitting needles. 

Tue, May. 9 (10:30am)

Daytime Crochet Workshops

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Join members of the S J Chapter of the National Crochet Guild for free help and instruction on the second Tuesday of the month at 1pm.

Tue, May. 9 (1:00pm)

Chess Club

Adult, Kids, Teen

Are you a seasoned player looking for a game or a rookie still learning how the pieces move? 

Tue, May. 9 (4:00pm)

Dungeons and Dragons for Teens

Teen

Join Ms. Chris and Mr. Christian as they Dungeon Master a stand-alone Dungeons and Dragons campaign for teens! Whether you're new to the game or a regular player, this event will allow you to meet fellow D&D enthusiasts and bring your friends together to play.

Tue, May. 9 (6:00pm)

Romance Travel

Adult, Seniors

ROMANCE TRAVEL

Tue, May. 9 (7:00pm)

Mystery Book Group

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

Each month we choose and feature a mystery author. We'll all read any book by that author, then discuss our specific book and the author in general.

Wed, May. 10 (10:00am)

Introduction to Social Media: Facebook

Adult, Computer

Learn how to use social media to stay connected with family and friends. This class will walk you through the features of the popular social media site Facebook.

Wed, May. 10 (10:00am)

Preschool Storytime

Kids

Join us for fun stories, activities, and a craft.

  • Ages 3-6
  • Registration is requested; not required

 

Wed, May. 10 (10:30am)

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