Build It

Kids, Family, Homeschooler, Sensory

Drop in between 2-4 p.m. and have some STEM fun with our building kits ... explore, engineer, and create.  Legos, Straws & Connectors, Crystal Climbers and more available to fuel your child's creativity.  Best suited for ages 6 - 12 years.  Sensory Friendly.

Sun, Oct. 29 (2:00pm)

Pre-School Slime Time-With Mad Science


Giant molecule chains called polymers are vital to modern civilization; and they can be lots of fun for kids. In this slimy class, we will explore, create and play with the most entertaining and useful molecule known to science, and discover its many shapes and forms. Best for ages 3-5 1/2.

Mon, Oct. 30 (10:30am)

Book Discussion The Nest

Book Club

Join us to discuss The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney. New members are welcome and registration is not required.

Mon, Oct. 30 (2:00pm)

Halloween Story Time (3-6 years)

Kids, Family

Calling all 3 - 6 year olds ... WEAR YOUR COSTUME and join Ms.

Tue, Oct. 31 (10:30am)

Time for twos and threes "Halloween Fun"



     Happy Halloween!  Come to the Library in your favorite Costume and

join us for a fun time of Halloween stories, songs, and make your own

Trick or Treat bag.  We'll go Trick or Treating throughout the building.

Children ages 2-3 years and caregivers.

Tue, Oct. 31 (10:30am)

New Generation Social Security

Adult, Seniors

The New Generation Retirement Planning Seminar will cover these topics about Social Security and more:

Wed, Nov. 1 (6:00pm)

Unlikely Allies: How a Merchant, a Playwright and a Spy Saved the American Revolution

Adult, Seniors


About Victorian Vanities: Victorian Vanities is a federally qualified non-profit organization with a mission to educate the general public regarding aspects of American History through various forms of interactive media and public performance.

Thu, Nov. 2 (7:00pm)

Noony and the Medallions of Aragon- a reading and meet the author

Kids, Family

Meet local author Albert Paramito and hear a reading of his soon to be published children's book "Noony and the Medallions of Aragon"
(Best for early middle readers ages 6-12 years) This book carries several messages which includes, relaying

Sat, Nov. 4 (2:00pm)

How to Plot a Murder

Adult, Seniors

Marlton resident Ilene Schneider, author of the award-winning Rabbi Aviva Cohen Mysteries, will discuss and answer questions about her experiences in writing  murder mysteries – and getting them published.

Sun, Nov. 5 (2:00pm)

Chair Yoga

Adult, Seniors

Chair yoga is a wonderful way to move your body and increase your flexibility using a chair for support. An introduction to yoga poses and breathing will be explored in a way that's accessible to everyone.

Wed, Nov. 8 (1:00pm)

Digging for Dinos with Mad Science


Your kids will be little paleontologists in this exciting class! They will learn about when dinosaurs lived, what they ate, and how scientists know they existed. Your kids will participate in a dig for the "fossil remains" of a mystery dinosaur, and they will even cast their own T-Rex tooth.

Thu, Nov. 9 (10:30am)

Seriously Slime with Mad Science


Best for Grades K-4 - Giant molecule chains called polymers are vital to modern civilization. In this program, we will explore, create and play with the most entertaining and useful molecule known to science, and discover its many shapes and forms.

Thu, Nov. 9 (4:00pm)

Mr. Kajaria’s Foreign Film Picks: The Salesman

Adult, Seniors, Film

Join us every month to watch a foreign film selected by  former Drexel Professor Ramesh Kajaria. Registration is not required, but seating is limited.

Tue, Nov. 14 (2:00pm)

Time for Twos and Threes



    Join Ms. Mary for her Thanksgiving Story and Craft.  We'll have a gobbling good time.

Wednesday, November 15 at 10:30 a.m.  Ages 2-3 years and caregiver.


Registration begins two weeks prior.


Wed, Nov. 15 (10:30am)

Medicare 101

Adult, Seniors

Learn how Medicare works, what is covered and what your rights and entitlements are.

Please call Anthony Williams at 856-324-3106 to register for this program.

Thu, Nov. 16 (6:00pm)