Comic vs. Movie

Adult, Teen, Kids, Family, Film

Learn about the history of comics and where the movies get their inspiration at Comic vs. Movie, every Tuesday in March! Each week, we feature a different superhero and read from an issue of a comic they appear in! Then, after a short break, we invite you to stay and watch a movie featuring that character!

Tue, Mar. 31 (5:00pm)

Bunny Marshmallow Craft


Join Mr. Dennis for a yummy bunny marshmallow craft. Supplies are on a first come first serve basis.  So get “hopping” early.

  • Tuesday, MAR 31
  • 6:30 pm
  • All ages
  • Registration requested;walk-ins are welcome
Tue, Mar. 31 (6:30pm)

MS Self help Group Meeting


On the first Wednesday of every month (unless otherwise noted) members of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Greater Delaware Valley Association meet to provide support and education to people with Multiple Sclerosis.


Wed, Apr. 1 (10:00am)

English as a Second Language (ESL)


The ESL program starts at 6:00pm and gets done at 8:00pm.  This program is being held in the "Storytelling Room" located in the Children's Department of Burlington County Library in Westampton.   ESL brought to Burlington County by Willingboro Adult Education.

Wed, Apr. 1 (6:00pm)

Needle-work Classes


Needle-work Classes

Held the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Wednesday of every month (unless otherwise listed)

Wed, Apr. 1 (6:00pm)

Genealogy Huddle


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, Apr. 1 (7:00pm)

Bunny Craft


Come decorate an “egg-cellent” bunny with Miss Doneanne!

  • Thursday, APR 2
  • 6 pm
  • Children of all ages
  • Registration requested; walk-ins welcome
Thu, Apr. 2 (6:00pm)

BCC LIFE Program - Movie Critic

Adult, Film

Viewing and discussing films in which the actors are eligible for AARP: "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"; "Quartet"; "Le Week-end"; "My Old Lady".

- 4 sessions

March 6, April 3, May 1, June 5 

Fri 10:05 - 12:30 pm


Fri, Apr. 3 (10:00am)

Super Saturday


Join Ms Marsha for a Super storytime and craft.

  • Saturday, APR 4
  • 10:30 am
  • Ages 2-6
  • Registration requested; walk-ins welcome
Sat, Apr. 4 (10:30am)

Let Your Imagination Fly


Join Mr. Dennis in learning how to create a variety of paper airplanes.  Once you have created a few planes a contest will be held to test which plane flies the farthest.

  • Saturday, APR 4
  • 2-3 pm
  • Ages 6-13
  • Registration requested
Sat, Apr. 4 (2:00pm)

NEW! Amazing World Atlas

Teen, Kids, Family

How much do you know about geography? Test your knowledge against others in a rapid-fire trivia party! Play with the interactive atlas on the big-screen and learn more about the world at each of the stations set up around the room! Make a craft and get your picture taken at an exotic locale!

Mon, Apr. 6 (6:00pm)

Adult Knitting Classes

Adult, Teen

Join our veteran knitting instructors, and learn to read knitting patterns, cast on, knit, purl, and cast off along with other basic and advanced knitting techniques. Participants are required to bring 4-ply yarn and short #9 or #10 knitting needles. 

Tue, Apr. 7 (10:30am)

NEW! Philadelphia Phillies Cubecraft Make & Take Craft


Attention baseball fans, stop by the Youth Services Room and create a Phillies cap cubecraft (a Minecraft inspired papercraft).

  • Tuesday, APR 7
  • 6-9 pm
  • All ages
  • Only while supplies last
Tue, Apr. 7 (6:00pm)

Library Hounds


Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make new furry friends by reading aloud to registered therapy dogs from the volunteer group Happy Tails.  

  • Tuesday, April 7 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Ages 5-10
  • Registration  requested
Tue, Apr. 7 (6:30pm)

Mystery Book Group

Adult, Book Group

Each month we're going to choose a feature mystery author. 

We'll all read any book by that author, then discuss our specific book and the author in general. 

Our featured author for Feb. is Dana Stabenow, whose sleuth is Kate Shugak, Alaskan native American.

Wed, Apr. 8 (10:00am)


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