Date

PC Basics

Adult, Seniors, Computer

Put your hands on the computer!  Learn to work in a Windows environment, navigate with the mouse, scroll, and link, create and save files.  Beginners only.

Thu, Apr. 6 (2:00pm)

Teen Morning at the Spa!

Teen

Makeover Morning!  Teens & Tweens, please join beauty consultant, Alisa Dutka to learn how to pamper yourself.  As part of the Mary Kay Foundation Million Makovers program, you will learn the basics of fresh and healthy skin care.  She will also demonstration how you can create a new quick an

Sat, Apr. 8 (10:30am)

VIRTUA's NJCEED Mobile Mammography

Adult, Seniors

Women, ages 40-64, call to see if you qualify for a free mammogram through Virtua's NJCEED program. 

Mon, Apr. 10 (10:00am)

Knit/Crochet Club

Adult, Kids, Teen

Bring a current project or starting learning how to knit or crochet. Beginners: please bring a crochet hook or knitting needles and learn basic stitches to get started on a project. Practice yarn is provided for beginners. Program is open to ages 7 & up. Registration is not required.

Mon, Apr. 10 (6:30pm)

Toddler Time

Kids

Join us for stories, a simple craft and play time together!  Children ages 18 months and up are welcome and must be accompanied by a caregiver. Registration is not required.

Wed, Apr. 12 (10:30am)

Microsoft Word

Adult, Seniors, Computer

You don't need someone to type your resume!  Learn the basics of the popular Microsoft Word Processing program to create and save your documents on a USB flash drive.  Mouse experience is required.

Mon, Apr. 17 (10:00am)

Knit/Crochet Club

Adult, Kids, Teen

Bring a current project or starting learning how to knit or crochet. Beginners: please bring a crochet hook or knitting needles and learn basic stitches to get started on a project. Practice yarn is provided for beginners. Program is open to ages 7 & up. Registration is not required.

Mon, Apr. 17 (6:30pm)

Pemberton Readers - “Flesh and Blood” by Patricia Cornwell

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

This group meets on the third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise noted. New members are always welcome! We will be discussing “Flesh and Blood” by Patricia Cornwell  at our April meeting. Happy Reading!

Tue, Apr. 18 (1:30pm)

Knit/Crochet Club

Adult, Kids, Teen

Bring a current project or starting learning how to knit or crochet. Beginners: please bring a crochet hook or knitting needles and learn basic stitches to get started on a project. Practice yarn is provided for beginners. Program is open to ages 7 & up. Registration is not required.

Mon, Apr. 24 (6:30pm)

Internet & Email

Adult, Seniors, Computer

Talk to friends and family all over the world without picking up a phone!  Learn to write and send emails, to forward, reply, send attachments and pictures.
Find anyone, anywhere, any time!  Learn the best way to search for items on Internet Search Engines such as Google and Yahoo.

Thu, Apr. 27 (2:00pm)

Adult Craft: Viral All-Natural Bird Feeder

Adult

As spring is beginning and everything begins to come to life around you, help out the birds and attract them to your yard with this all-natural bird feeder. This feeder went VIRAL on social media this winter and is a really unusual and beautiful addition to your yard.

Thu, Apr. 27 (6:00pm)

Yoga in the Pines @ Pemberton Library

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Come join us for an exciting yoga program for teens and adults.  Please bring your own yoga mat or a large towel.

Registration is required.

Sat, May. 6 (10:15am)

Pemberton Readers -"Keep Quiet" by Lisa Scottoline

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

This group meets on the third Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise noted. New members are always welcome! We will be discussing "Keep Quiet" by Lisa Scottoline at our May meeting. Happy Reading!

Tue, May. 16 (1:30pm)

Adult Craft: Mandala Rock Painting

Adult

Come explore your creative side as you hand-paint mandala inspired designs to create natural art.

Thu, May. 25 (6:00pm)

Peachy-Keen in New Jersey

Adult, Family

Peachy-Keen in New Jersey
The juicy sun-kissed peach captures the flavor of summer and is one of the most popular fruits of the season.

A native of China, the peach was first introduced to the New World by Spanish explorers in 1571.

Sat, Jun. 10 (1:00pm)

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