Black History Month Clue Based Adventure

Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Test your black history knowledge and learn some interesting facts as you go on a scavenger hunt through the decades of black history achievements.

  • Thursday, FEB 25
  • All Day
  • All Ages (younger kids will need assistance with reading clues)
Thu, Feb. 25 (All day)

AARP Tax-Aide Program

Adult, Seniors

The AARP Tax-Aide Program offers FREE tax help for taxpayers with low and moderate income, with special attention to those age 60 and over.
Taxpayers should bring all appropriate documents with them to the site.
Please call ahead and schedule an appointment.

Thu, Feb. 25 (9:00am)

Homeschool Adventures! African-American Artists

Kids, Homeschooler

Stop by anytime between 10am-12pm to celebrate Black History Month by creating artwork in the style of some of the great African-American artists like Clementine Hunter, Faith Ringgold, and Romare Bearden.

Thu, Feb. 25 (10:00am)

Thursday at the Theater

Adult, Seniors, Film


Thu, Feb. 25 (6:00pm)

Lean Venture Series - Stage 1: Getting Started

Adult, Business

Learn the nuts and bolts of starting your venture. Create your Business Model Canvas, a powerful one-page tool for visualizing your organization’s value proposition, infrastructure, customers, and finances.

Thu, Feb. 25 (6:30pm)

BCC LIFE Program - Comedy/Mystery Films

Adult, Film

Viewing and discussing classic films with a British flavor: The Lavender Hill Mob (1951); The Wrong Box (1960); A Shot in the Dark (1964); A Fish Called Wanda (1985).

LFG 331 26 – 4 Sessions
January 29,

February 26,

April 22

May 27 FRI


Fri, Feb. 26 (10:00am)

NEW! Preschool Indoor Sports & Games

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join us indoors to play outdoor games! Will it be basketball, Simon Says, soccer, musical chairs or open sports play? Or maybe a little of each! This one is just for the preschooler with specially designed activities!

Fri, Feb. 26 (11:00am)

Teen Advisory Board


Come to the next Teen Advisory Board (TAB) meeting. Our meeting time is 1:30 on Saturdays, half an hour before teen programs begin.  Good eats, great company, and you get to share your ideas for what would make the library better for teens.  We’ll be discussing upcoming programs and more.

Sat, Feb. 27 (1:30pm)

Teen Program: 16-Bit Pixel Art

Kids, Teen, Homeschooler

Teen fans of old school video games, come make your favorite pixel sprites using plastic fuse beads.

Sat, Feb. 27 (2:00pm)

Sunday Fundays

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Looking to do something fun on Sunday? How about a do it yourself craft or activity? Drop in to the library any time from
2-3:30 pm and see what fun is planned for you, every week is something different!
• Every Sunday in Jan & Feb
• 2-3:30 pm

Sun, Feb. 28 (2:00pm)

Maker Monday: Oobleck

Kids, Homeschooler

Join Miss Doneanne this Read Across America Week to explore Seuss Science from Bartholomew and the Oobleck.

Maker Mondays utilize STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or Math) activities.

Mon, Feb. 29 (6:00pm)

Dr. Seuss Make-n-Take Craft

Kids, Family, Homeschooler


It’s never too early to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! Drop-in between 10:00-11:30am to make a Seuss-tastic craft!

  • 10:00-11:30am
  • Ages 2-7
  • No registration required
Tue, Mar. 1 (10:00am)

Library Hounds


Library Hounds

Tue, Mar. 1 (6:30pm)

Computers for Beginners

Adult, Computer

Learn the basics of personal computer hardware and software and how to work in a Windows environment. In addition, you will learn the 3 basic mouse skills---point, click, and scroll. A Burlington County Library System full-service library card is required to attend.

9:30 am - 11:00 am

Wed, Mar. 2 (9:30am)

MS Support group


Members of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater Delaware Valley Association meet monthly to provide support and education to people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Wed, Mar. 2 (9:30am)