Star Wars Make & Take BB8

Kids, Family

May the Fourth be with you, young padawans!  Stop in the Youth Services Room to make a paper BB8 while supplies last.

  • Registration requested; not required
  • All ages are welcome
  • Available while supplies last
Thu, May. 4 (6:00pm)

Thursday at the Theater

Adult, Seniors, Film

Hidden Figures (2016) PG | 2h 7min | Biography, Drama, History

The story of a team of African-American women mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the US space program


Thu, May. 4 (6:30pm)

Make & Take Craft: Mexican Paper Stars

Kids, Family

Create colorful Mexican paper stars for Cinco de Mayo; while supplies last.

  • Ages 7 & up-  children under 7 will need assistance from an adult
  • No registration required
  • Available while supplies last
Fri, May. 5 (6:30pm)

Beatlemania Now

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Family, Music

Recapture the excitement, the mood and the frantic intensity as Beatlemania Now performs live-on-stage the Black Suits Show doing the early Beatles hits that everyone knows, loves and can sing along to.

Fri, May. 5 (7:00pm)

Super Saturday Storytime


Join Ms. Marsha for super  stories and a craft.

  • 10:30 am
  • Ages 2-6
  • Registration requested;walk-ins are welcome
Sat, May. 6 (10:30am)


Adult, Seniors

Do you love to scrapbook your memories and just need a place to do it?  Bring your pictures, paper, stickers, scrapbooking tools, etc. and join us here at the library.


Sat, May. 6 (1:00pm)

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)

ESL - English as a Second Language


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)

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)

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)