Date

Chess Club

Adult, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

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, Aug. 15 (4:00pm)

History's Heroes: Galileo Galilei

Kids

Join Mr. Dennis in celebrating the passing of the eclipse with a short story and activity celebrating the scientific discoveries of Galileo Galilei.
 

Tue, Aug. 15 (6:30pm)

Contracting Alliances & Relationships

Adult, Business

Small business owners -- take your understanding of government contracting to the next level.  This workshop will dive into Subcontracting, Teaming Arrangements, Joint Ventures, Mentor-Protege:  When to use which method, benefits of each type of alliance, pros & cons of each, and regulations

Wed, Aug. 16 (9:30am)

The Math Ladies

Kids

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

Wed, Aug. 16 (10:00am)

Page Turners Book Club

Adult, Book Club

Join us for a discussion on these titles:

    June 21 | The Girls, Emma Cline
    July 19 | Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple
    August 16 | Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler
    September 20 | Before the Fall by Noah Hawley
    October 18 | Defending Jacob by William Landay
    November 15 | Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter
    December 20 | The Perfume Collector by Kathleen Tessaro

Wed, Aug. 16 (1:00pm)

Easy Embossing Make-N-Take Craft

Kids

Use aluminum foil to cover over yarn and other small flat objects to “emboss” your own metal. You can color this cool project with markers when you’re done.

Wed, Aug. 16 (6:00pm)

Turtle Dance Music Presents: The Music, Bubble and Comedy Show: Build A Better World!

Kids, Sensory

The Music, Bubble and Comedy Show: Build A Bet

Thu, Aug. 17 (11:00am)

Pop Art Collage Workshop with Artist Michael Albert

Kids

At Albert’s 2-hour programs all participants are invited to hear a short presentation by the artist, he will walk the participants through his exhibition & show a selection of his posters in addition to the gallery exhibition, and then create their own collage in his style using the same mate

Thu, Aug. 17 (2:00pm)

Introduction to the Internet

Adult, Computer

This is a beginning class to introduce uses of the mouse, the Web, browsers, and searching with Google.

Thu, Aug. 17 (2:30pm)

Pop Art Collage Workshop with Artist Michael Albert

Teen

At Albert’s 2-hour programs all participants are invited to hear a short presentation by the artist, he will walk the participants through his exhibition & show a selection of his posters in addition to the gallery exhibition, and then create their own collage in his style using the same mate

Thu, Aug. 17 (4:00pm)

Tween DIY: W/Duct Tape

Kids

Use duct tape and sharpies to make a pencil pouch, just in time for school.

  • 6:30 pm
  • Ages 10-14
  • Registration requested
Thu, Aug. 17 (6:30pm)

Classic Movie Night

Adult, Seniors, Film

August 17 at 7 pm--Top Hat (1935)  NR | 100 minutes
Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire are caught up in a mistaken identity plot, in which Rogers assumes that Astaire is already married, and is alternatively charmed and repelled by his advances.

Thu, Aug. 17 (7:00pm)

Solar Eclipse Scavenger Hunt Make-N-Take Craft

Kids

Go on a scavenger hunt around the library to find pieces to make a solar eclipse craft.
Learn fun facts along the way and get a pair of solar eclipse glasses (while supplies last) for the upcoming eclipse on August 21st.

Fri, Aug. 18 (10:00am)

Teen Build A Better World Lock-in

Teen

Celebrate the end of summer reading with a lock-in that brings to life the theme we've been working with all season long- Building a Better World! This event will focus on making a positive impact in our community, offering teens the chance to do volunteer projects for local organizations like the Burlington County Animal Shelter. Refreshments will be provided, and each attendee can count their time spent at the lock-in towards community service hours.

Fri, Aug. 18 (6:00pm)

Sensory Friendly Movie

Kids, Sensory

Join us to watch a movie in a sensory friendly environment.

The movies are family-friendly, and the traditional “Silence is Golden” philosophy is thrown out the window.

During these showings, the lights in the auditorium will be brought up, and the sound will be turned down.

Sat, Aug. 19 (11:00am)

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