Entrepreneur Master Class - Lean Startup

Adult, Business

This event is the second session in a series of short seminar/workshops designed to provide the busy entrepreneur with the concepts, information and guidance available from experienced professionals in a multi-media, interactive setting.

Wed, Apr. 11 (6:30pm)

Baby Time with Ms Lisa


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

  • For ages 0-18 months
  • Registration is requested; not required
Thu, Apr. 12 (10:30am)

ESL - English as a Second Language

Adult, ESL

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

Thu, Apr. 12 (6:00pm)

Peeps Race


Test your engineering skills and create a structure that can carry one peep the farthest distance on three puffs of air.

Thu, Apr. 12 (6:30pm)

Community Stories: Remembrance

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Homeschooler, Book Club

Join us for a special exhibition by Susan Jolley and Allan Arpajilan, co authors of Out of My Great Sorrows: The Armenian Genocide and Artist Mary Zakarian. They will share a presentation of original artwork during their talk on the Armenian genocide and its worldwide impact and their family.

Thu, Apr. 12 (6:30pm)

Small Business Hours

Adult, Business

Your library has powerful expertise, premium tools and connections to help you accomplish your goals. Identify and address challenges you face when starting, growing and managing your small business or nonprofit. Work with your peers and consult with our librarians during these informal working sessions on the second Friday of each month.

Fri, Apr. 13 (9:00am)

Bear Bear's Birthday Bash


Read to a Dog! It's Bear Bear's Birthday! Come out in your pjs to snuggle with Bear Bear the dog for some reading and fun. Bear Bear loves to listen to stories while the children take turns reading.

Fri, Apr. 13 (6:00pm)

Volunteer Opportunities Fair

Adult, Seniors, Kids, Teen, Family

Locals interested in volunteering their services to some worthy organizations should mark their calendars for the special one-day Adult, Youth and Family Volunteer Opportunities Fair scheduled for Saturday, April 14th from 10 am to 1 pm at the Burlington County Library.

Sat, Apr. 14 (10:00am)

Fairy Tales Revisited


We know the stories but is there a twist?  Come out to revisit your favorite fairy tales and find a twist to go with them.  We will end with our own silly twist for the stories.


  • Ages 5-9
  • No registration required
Sat, Apr. 14 (1:00pm)

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Social Group

Kids, Sensory

In partnership with the Assistive Technology Department of the Educational Services Unit, we are excited to offer an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) social group for nonverbal school aged children and adolescents and their parents/guardians.

Sun, Apr. 15 (1:30pm)

Divine Hand Ensembe presents "Welcome Spring"

Adult, Seniors, Family, Music

Enjoy scenes from Swan Lake and other ballet classics accompanied by the incredible eight-piece Divine Hand Ensemble.

Sun, Apr. 15 (2:00pm)

Sign Me A Story

Kids, Family, Sensory

Lift your hands up and read!

Come join the staff of the Burlington County Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education Initiative for our very special Sign and Read Storytime.

Sun, Apr. 15 (3:00pm)

Market Research for Government Contractors

Adult, Business

Session 2 of series:  Break Through to Contracting Success

Mon, Apr. 16 (9:00am)

The Math Ladies


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, Apr. 16 (10:00am)

Tween Special Needs Crafting-Tissue Paper Collage

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, Apr. 16 (4:00pm)