Date

Financial Aid 101

Teen

High School students and parents are invited to join us for an informative session as we guide you through the necessary steps for College Admissions and how to pay for your education.

Registration for this event is required and begins on Thursday, April 6th.

Thu, Apr. 20 (7:00pm)

Games, Games, Games (Adults)

Adult, Seniors

Groups will decide what games to play each week.  Games include, but are not limited to, Mahjong, Scrabble, Canasta, Hearts and Dominoes.  No formal lessons, we are just playing for fun! 

Game time: 1-4 pm

Registration Requested; please include an e-mail address.

 

Fri, Apr. 21 (1:00pm)

Dog Tales

Kids

Children of all ages are invited to come to the library to meet Isla, a reading therapy dog. Isla will listen as children read their favorite books to her.

 

Fri, Apr. 21 (4:00pm)

Financing a Fixer Upper: What You Need to Know

Adult, Seniors

Learn about mortgage options that will allow you to purchase a home that needs renovation or obtain financing to fix your existing home.

This event is only for educational purposes and no plan-specific details about Wells Fargo products will be shared.

 

 

 

Sat, Apr. 22 (2:00pm)

Baby Time

Kids

Babies, newborn to 18 months, and caregivers will enjoy stories, finger plays, songs, and socialization.

Mon, Apr. 24 (10:30am)

Resume Creation With Microsoft Word

Adult, Computer

Uutilize templates and manual formatting to personalize your information as we create or update your resume in this Microsoft Office class.

Mon, Apr. 24 (10:30am)

Soft & Gentle Yoga

Adult, Seniors

Relax and be centered by taking a yoga class that is soft and gentle.  It's perfect for beginners wanting a slower pace or for those who are very stiff or have minor injuries.  This will be a comfortable, nurturing yoga experience with lots of stretching, breathing exercises and deep relaxation. 

Mon, Apr. 24 (1:00pm)

Rogues & Roses Book Club

Adult, Book Club

Join us for our brand new book club Rogues & Roses for the wildly romantic at heart.  Each month we will sit and discuss our favorite decadent dukes, sinful scots and ravishing rogues while enjoying refreshing mock-tails.  For our first meeting, please bring your favorite (and most s

Tue, Apr. 25 (7:00pm)

English as a Second Language (ESL) Class

Adult

Sponsored by the Community District Alliance, English as a Second Language (ESL) is designed for adults whose first language is not English.  Develop or improve upon your reading, writing and speaking skills in English and receive civics education lessons for the purpose of becoming a citizen. 

Wed, Apr. 26 (10:00am)

Parachute Play

Kids

Children ages 2 - 4 years, with caregiver, are invited to join us for a half hour of parachute games and play time together.

 

Wed, Apr. 26 (10:30am)

Social Media: Disclosing Barriers Between Parents & Youth

Adult

Paul Short from Face to Face Space will present this interactive workshop from 6:30-8 pm, which will identify 4 practical tools to aid in navigating the challenges and demands attached to your youth’s use of social media.

Wed, Apr. 26 (6:30pm)

English as a Second Language (ESL) Class

Adult

Sponsored by the Community District Alliance, English as a Second Language (ESL) is designed for adults whose first language is not English.  Develop or improve upon your reading, writing and speaking skills in English and receive civics education lessons for the purpose of becoming a citizen. 

Thu, Apr. 27 (10:00am)

Preschool Story Time

Kids

Children, ages 3 - 6 years are invited to a themed story time. Enjoy songs, stories, and a craft.

Thu, Apr. 27 (10:30am)

Sensory Stations

Kids

Join us at the library for some sensory exploration. We will have a variety of sensory activities for children ages 5 and under to explore our senses and develop motor skills. Dress to mess.

Thu, Apr. 27 (4:00pm)

Financing Your Business

Adult, Business

Join us to learn how to finance your business at Bordentown Library.

Thu, Apr. 27 (6:00pm)

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