Adult, Seniors

Do you love to scrapbook your memories and just need a place to do it?  Bring your pictures, paper, stickers, scrapbooking tools, etc. and join us here at the library.


Sun, Nov. 27 (1:00pm)

Author visit

Adult, Kids, Family

Join local author Mary Ann Trail

Uniting Enemies: A Historical Novel of 1801

Author Mary Ann Trail captures both romance and intrigue as she brings England to life in Uniting Enemies, set in 1801 at the dawn of English and Irish reunification.

Sun, Nov. 27 (1:00pm)

Sunday Funday

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Looking for something fun to do on Sunday? How about a do it yourself craft or activity?
Drop in any time from 2-3:30pm and see what fun we have planned for you.
Every week is something different!

Sun, Nov. 27 (2:00pm)

Craig Bickhardt

Adult, Seniors, Teen, Family, Homeschooler, Music

Sit back and enjoy this live performance by Craig Bickhardt, whose songs have been recorded by Johnny Cash, BB King, Ray Charles, Martina McBride, and more.

Sun, Nov. 27 (2:00pm)

Home School Adventures

Kids, Homeschooler

We will learn some fun facts and trivia about our nation’s Presidents including our new President Elect. 

We will make a craft related to the White House and its occupants.

  • 10 am
  • Ages 7-12/ Grades 2-6
  • Registration required
Mon, Nov. 28 (10:00am)

Soft and Gentle Yoga


Soft & gentle yoga is good for beginners, students wanting a slower paced class, those who are very stiff or have minor injuries.  This class is for those who want a comfortable, nurturing yoga experience with lots of stretching, breathing exercises and deep relaxation.  Gently improves postu

Mon, Nov. 28 (1:00pm)

ESL - English as a Second Language


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 skills and would like to learn about the English Language and American culture.

Mon, Nov. 28 (6:00pm)

Expungement program

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Frequently, an old conviction can interfere with your ability to maintain your job, obtain a security clearance or even obtain financial aid when pursuing your education.  You may be eligible for an expungement which is a legal procedure which "conceals" your criminal or disorderly persons convic

Mon, Nov. 28 (6:00pm)

Crafting with Marsha

Adult, Seniors

An adults only crafting class.

Projects TBD.

Mon, Nov. 28 (6:30pm)

Social Knitting

Adult, Seniors, Teen

This knitting group is for people who know how to knit, and would like to socialize, knit and offer occasional helpful hints and fresh ideas to fellow knitters.  Participants are asked to bring light colored 4-ply yarn and short size  9 or 10 knitting needles. 

Tue, Nov. 29 (10:30am)

Excel 2013 for Beginners

Adult, Computer

Learn the basics of creating a spreadsheet. Topics include: how to interact with the Ribbon, working with cells & tables, basic formulas & calculations, and how to dress up your layout.  PLEASE BRING A FLASH DRIVE TO CLASS.

Tue, Nov. 29 (2:00pm)

History's Heroes:Clara Barton

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join Mr. Dennis for a short story and activity to celebrate the life and accomplishments of former Bordentown resident and Red Cross founder Clara Barton.

  • 6:30 pm
  • Ages 6 and up
  • Registration requested
Tue, Nov. 29 (6:30pm)

Live Theater: As Fast As You Can

Adult, Kids, Family, Homeschooler

The Library’s very own “Kids Theater Program– Intermediate Level” will present an original play written and directed by Ms. Megan of Top Cat Productions.

As Fast As You Can

Tue, Nov. 29 (7:00pm)

Silly Sing Along with Miss Dylan

Kids, Family

Get ready to laugh, dance and sing silly songs with Miss Dylan at our high energy, interactive sing along!

Wed, Nov. 30 (10:30am)

Early Bird Gets the Scholarship Workshop

Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Hold On to Education Foundation of Burlington County Presents the "Early Bird Gets the Scholarship Workshop" at the Burlington County Library.  It's a FREE, informative workshop for students of all ages and their parents.

Wed, Nov. 30 (7:00pm)