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, Apr. 3 (10:30am)

Toddler Time


Get ready to have fun at a program designed for the toddler on the go. Stories, songs, movement, and more.

  • For ages 18-35 months and their caregiver
  • No registration required
Tue, Apr. 3 (11:00am)

Chess Club

Adult, Kids, Teen

Whether you are looking for a skilled game or just started to play all are welcome.  Come when you can and play as long as you like.  Some instruction will be available to brand new players.  Chess sets are provided but feel free to bring your own.

Tue, Apr. 3 (4:00pm)

Upcycled Bottle Cap Magnets


Celebrate Earth Day early this year and turn some old bottle caps into decorative magnets!

  • Ages 13 to 18
  • 4:30 pm
  • Registration Requested
Tue, Apr. 3 (4:30pm)

Open Play Legos


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.

  • Ages 5 - 13
  • Drop in anytime from 6:30-8:30pm


Tue, Apr. 3 (6:30pm)

Email: Beyond the Basics

Adult, Computer

This class is intended for those who have an email account and know the basics, such as composing and replying. The class will show you how to delete emails, save them to folders, create an email address book, and send and open attachments. Features demonstrated using Gmail email.

Wed, Apr. 4 (9:30am)

Wacky Weather


Join Mr. Christian and Ms. Vicky for a fun exploration of weather! Learn how clouds are formed, create DIY tornadoes, and, weather permitting, join us outside to experiment with our weather sensor courtesy of the Civil Air Patrol.

Wed, Apr. 4 (11:00am)

Financial Literacy - Becoming An Informed Investor

Teen, Family

Please join us as we welcome Joseph Keane of The Investor Advocacy Project (IAP) of Seton Hall University School of Law.  Joseph will be holding the IAP's presentation "Financial Literacy - Becoming An Informed Investor," which is designed to give children and early investors a real world educati

Wed, Apr. 4 (5:00pm)

Unplugged STEAM


Come out and try out various activities that will test your Science, Engineering, and Arts talents. 

  • Ages 6-13
  • No registration required
Thu, Apr. 5 (2:00pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult, ESL

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

Thu, Apr. 5 (6:00pm)

National Poetry Month - David Steinberg

Adult, Teen

Please join us for a very special evening with Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, David Steinberg, as he recites and discusses My Enemy in the Mirror along with other insightful and thought provoking works.

Thu, Apr. 5 (6:30pm)

ABC Steam: Letter "O"


ABC STEAM introduces the alphabet and early literacy to children.

Fri, Apr. 6 (10:30am)

Talk up a Storm - ESL conversation group


Want to practice your English with other non-native speakers?  Want to improve your vocabulary, grammar and speech in a safe and supportive environment?

Fri, Apr. 6 (6:00pm)

Talk up a Storm - ESL Conversation group

Adult, ESL

Want to practice your English with other non-native speakers? Want to improve your vocabulary, grammar and speech in a safe and supportive environment?

Fri, Apr. 6 (6:00pm)

Dr Seuss Make-n-Take Craft


Join us to make a fun Seuss inspired craft!

  • All ages
  • No registration required
Fri, Apr. 6 (6:30pm)