Date

Genealogy Huddle

Adult

Would you like help and to learn how to research  your family’s lineage?  If so, meet with members of the Burlington County Genealogy Club for conversation, brainstorming, resource instruction, and support on family history research.

Wed, Mar. 2 (7:00pm)

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, Mar. 3 (9:00am)

Toddler Time

Kids

Get ready to have fun at a program designed for the toddler on the go. Stories, songs, movement & more.

  • 10:00am
  • Ages 18 - 35 months
  • Registration not required
Thu, Mar. 3 (10:00am)

Toddler Time

Kids

Get ready to have fun at a program designed for the toddler on the go. Stories, songs, movement & more.

  • 11:00am
  • Ages 18 - 35 months
  • Registration not required
Thu, Mar. 3 (11:00am)

Excel 2013 For Beginners

Adult, Computer

Learn the basics of creating a spreadsheet. Topics include: how to interact with the Ribbon, working with cells & tables, basic formulas & calculations, and how to dress up your layout.  PLEASE BRING A FLASH DRIVE TO CLASS.

Thu, Mar. 3 (1:30pm)

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, Mar. 3 (6:30pm)

Freestyle Dancing

Adult, Seniors

Join this group of enthusiastic and Energetic adults for a fun, freeform dance class.

Fri, Mar. 4 (10:30am)

Divergent Pixel-Art

Kids, Teen, Homeschooler

Celebrate the upcoming theater-release of Veronica Roth’s Allegiant this month by creating faction-inspired pixel-art with perler fuse beads.

Fri, Mar. 4 (6:30pm)

4-H STEM

Kids, Teen, Homeschooler

Join us at the library as the 4-H in cooperation with Rutgers the State University presents a series of hands on Science & Engineering focused STEM programs.

Sat, Mar. 5 (9:30am)

Savvy Social Security

Adult, Seniors

What Baby Boomers need to know to Maximize Social Security Benefits

Sat, Mar. 5 (10:00am)

Legos at the Library

Kids

Calling all Lego lovers!  Join other kids who love building creations as much as you. The library provides the LEGO blocks - you provide the imagination! Please DO NOT bring Legos from home.

Sat, Mar. 5 (1:00pm)

Mary Shelley, Lies, Facts and Secrets

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Mary Shelley, Lies, Facts and Secrets is a lecture that includes a brief look at her life, love affairs, other published works and the relationship between Mary, Percy, Byron her step sister Claire and Dr. Frankenstein.

Sun, Mar. 6 (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!

 

Sun, Mar. 6 (2:00pm)

Soft and Gentle Yoga

Adult

Soft & gentle yoga is good for beginners, students wanting a slower paced class, those who are very stiff or have minor injuries.  This class is for those who want a comfortable, nurturing yoga experience with lots of stretching, breathing exercises and deep relaxation.  Gently improves postu

Mon, Mar. 7 (1:00pm)

Baby Time

Kids

Baby and caregiver will enjoy short stories, songs, bubbles and activity time.

  • 10:30 am
  • Ages  0 to 18 months
  • Registration is requested; not required
Mon, Mar. 7 (10:30pm)

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