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Teen Book Club

Teen

Mr. Green’s latest novel is a perfect excuse to start a brand new Teen Book Club. Please come ready to discuss Turtles All the Way Down and help pick next month’s read. Snacks may be served.         Registration is not required.

Thu, Nov. 30 (3:30pm)

Writer's Critique Group

Adult, Seniors

Have you always wanted to write and sell a book? Have you started or finished your first draft? Bring along your work-in-progress for a helpful and inspiring group critique.

Thu, Nov. 30 (6:00pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Dec. 1 (10:30am)

Book Cafe

Adult, Book Club

Gather with other book lovers to discuss your favorite books!  In our December meeting, we’ll be having a book café.  Let’s talk about what you have read recently.  Get ideas about what you might to read next.  Please bring along a book you’ve enjoyed. New members are always welcome.

Mon, Dec. 4 (7:00pm)

Little Builders

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Come and build at the library! We have a bunch of fun STEM kits like build your own marble run, straws and connectors, and more! Registration is not required!

Tue, Dec. 5 (10:30am)

Understanding IRAs

Adult, Seniors

In this workshop, you will learn:

Tue, Dec. 5 (6:30pm)

Paint Stick Holiday Sign: An All Ages Craft

Adult, Seniors, Family

Bring your friends! Bring your neighbors! Bring your kids! Bring your neighbor’s kids! All are welcome! We are going to have fun creating holiday signs for your front door out of paint and paint sticks, which will be provided.

Wed, Dec. 6 (6:00pm)

Paint Stick Holiday Sign: An All Ages Craft

Adult, Seniors, Family

Bring your friends! Bring your neighbors! Bring your kids! Bring your neighbor’s kids! All are welcome! We are going to have fun creating holiday signs for your front door out of paint and paint sticks, which will be provided.

Thu, Dec. 7 (3:30pm)

In Verse Poetry

Adult, Seniors, Teen

In Verse Poetry is a FREE group open to the general public where poets can gather together and encourage one another with constructive criticism and different perspectives.

Thu, Dec. 7 (6:00pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Dec. 8 (10:30am)

Tween Tile Project

Kids, Homeschooler

Stop in to make a cool coaster or some wall art! Keep one for yourself or make one for a friend. All supplies will be provided!  Best for ages 9 -13. Registration not required.

Wed, Dec. 13 (4:30pm)

Coping with the Holidays

Adult, Seniors

Holidays can be a very painful time for many people, especially those who are suffering the loss of a loved one. It’s hard to know how to prepare for the holidays while in the midst of the grieving process.

Thu, Dec. 14 (6:00pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Dec. 15 (10:30am)

The Open Book Club

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

This month, we will be discussing Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt.  The Book Group meets in the Cinnaminson Branch Library meeting room the last Monday of every month, 2:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M., unless otherwise noted.  New members are always welcome.

Mon, Dec. 18 (2:00pm)

SCROOGE The classic tale of a miser's redemption.

Adult, Seniors, Kids, Teen, Family

Ebenezer Scrooge is a nasty, mean, snarling old geezer with no care for anything other than his money.

His one and only friend visits him as a ghost, and starts him on a journey that melts his icy heart and teaches him the joys of caring for, and giving to others.

Tue, Dec. 19 (6:30pm)

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