Date

The Dictator Next Door

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Join keynote speaker, Professor Eric Roorda Ph. D., author of The Dictator Next Door, will be discussing his book and the characters outlined in this year's NEA Big Read selection, In the Time of Butterflies by Julia Alvarez. NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

Fri, Mar. 9 (6:30pm)

LAB CLOSED

Computer

Maker's Faire

9 am-5 pm

Sat, Mar. 10 (9:00am)

Makers Faire

Adult, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Join us for a Makers Faire at the Burlington County Library on Saturday, March 10 from 10am - 2pm as we celebrate the 4th Annual NJ Makers Day!

Sat, Mar. 10 (10:00am)

Charlie Zahm

Adult, Seniors, Family, Music

One of our favorite singer/guitarists will be joined by friends to present an afternoon of Celtic classics, together with incredible dance performances by Campbell School of Highland Dance. Zahm's baritone has made hin a successful performer on the Celtic festival circuit. Listen as he weaves magical moments of Scottish and Irish history, with a specially chosen repertoire pleasing to all members of the family.

Sun, Mar. 11 (2:00pm)

Sunday Funday: Spring Make-n-Take Craft

Kids

Drop in anytime from 2-4 pm to make a spring craft.

  • Drop in any time from 2-4 pm
  • All ages
  • No registration required
  • Supplies may be limited

 

Sun, Mar. 11 (2:00pm)

The Math Ladies

Kids

Miss Phyllis and Miss Margaret will be at the County Library with help for all ages.

  • 10 am-5 pm
  • No Registration required
  • Please call ahead in the event of inclement weather

The Math Ladies will not be available

Mon, Mar. 12 (10:00am)

Tween Special Needs Crafting- Friendship Bracelets

Kids, Sensory

Come and make a craft, color, listen to music, and enjoy conversation in a relaxed environment.  This is a free event open to all abilities.

Mon, Mar. 12 (4:00pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult

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, Mar. 12 (6:00pm)

Toddler Time

Kids

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, Mar. 13 (10:00am)

Toddler Time

Kids

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, Mar. 13 (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, Mar. 13 (4:00pm)

Read to a Dog

Kids

This program is designed so beginning readers can practice reading to a therapy dog, this will help them gain confidence and strengthen their reading skills.

Each day will consist of eight 15 minute slots.

Tue, Mar. 13 (5:30pm)

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, Mar. 14 (9:30am)

The Math Ladies

Kids

Miss Phyllis and Miss Margaret will be at the County Library with help for all ages.

  • 10 am-5 pm
  • No Registration required
  • Please call ahead in the event of inclement weather

The Math Ladies will not be available

Wed, Mar. 14 (10:00am)

Mystery Book Group

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

Each month we choose and feature a mystery author. We'll all read any book by that author, then discuss our specific book and the author in general.

Wed, Mar. 14 (10:00am)

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