Date

Kids Knitting Club

Kids

Knitters of all levels are invited to join us for this 5-week series. Bring a project that you are working on or pick one out at class. Beginners please bring size 10 knitting needles.

Mon, Mar. 30 (4:00pm)

Junior Lego Club

Kids

This program is now FULL.  Please contact us at 609-654-6113 to have your child's name placed on the Wait List.

Tue, Mar. 31 (4:00pm)

Family Movie Night: "Maleficent"

Adult, Teen, Kids, Family

Bring the whole family to the library for this month's feature, "Maleficent"  (97 min.).  Snacks and beverages may be served, but feel free to bring your own goodies and blanket to get comfy.

Registration for this event begins on Tuesday, March 17th at 10am.

Tue, Mar. 31 (6:00pm)

Family Search Workshop

Adult, Family

Calling all genealogy buffs! Come join us at the Pinelands Library for a free workshop from FamilySearch.org.  The presenters will give a brief description of the website's features, and then will offer individual aid. Bring your laptops or tablets!

 

Thu, Apr. 2 (6:30pm)

Minecraft @ the Library

Teen, Kids

Calling all Minecraft fans! Join the Pinelands Branch Library for an afternoon (approximately two hours) of Minecraft on the Xbox 360! Test your skills against other players as you participate in open play survival mode. Are you the master of Redstone?

Sat, Apr. 4 (2:00pm)

Library Babies

Kids, Family

This program is now FULL.  Please contact us at 609-654-6113 to have your child's name placed on the Wait List.

Our littlest library goers are invited to join Ms. Danielle for stories, songs, rhymes, and play time. Must be accompanied by a caregiver.

Mon, Apr. 6 (10:30am)

Paws to Read (Ocho)

Kids

Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to Ocho, a registered therapy dog. Ocho is a lovable 4 year old German Shepherd and he loves to hear a good story. Reading to dogs has been shown in increase literacy skills and confidence in children.

Mon, Apr. 6 (4:00pm)

Paws to Read (Ocho)

Kids

Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to Ocho, a registered therapy dog. Ocho is a lovable 4 year old German Shepherd and he loves to hear a good story. Reading to dogs has been shown in increase literacy skills and confidence in children.

Mon, Apr. 6 (4:15pm)

Paws to Read (Ocho)

Kids

Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to Ocho, a registered therapy dog. Ocho is a lovable 4 year old German Shepherd and he loves to hear a good story. Reading to dogs has been shown in increase literacy skills and confidence in children.

Mon, Apr. 6 (4:30pm)

Paws to Read (Ocho)

Kids

This session is now FULL.  Please contact us at 609-654-6113 to have your child's name placed on the Wait List.

Mon, Apr. 6 (4:45pm)

K9 Nose Working Dog

Kids

Join Martha & the dogs of K9 Nose Work as they demonstrate their talent at discriminating between scents & sniffing out items hidden in the Children’s Room.

This event is for children ages 7 and up.

Mon, Apr. 6 (5:30pm)

Kids Can Cook

Kids

Join Ms. Beth Ann, DTR, from the Shop Rite of Medford for some kid-friendly cooking. Children will sample new foods while learning about cooking, measuring, nutrition, & sharing.

Tue, Apr. 7 (12:00pm)

Lego Club

Kids

Join our Lego Club for creativity and imagination in action. Kids can work individually or in teams to create this week’s challenge. The theme will be revealed at the Lego Club session. Please DO NOT bring your own Legos.

Tue, Apr. 7 (4:00pm)

Family Movie Night: "The Wizard of Oz"

Adult, Teen, Kids, Family

Bring the whole family to the library for this month's feature, "The Wizard of Oz"  (102 min.).  Snacks and beverages may be served, but feel free to bring your own goodies and blanket to get comfy.

Registration for this event begins on Tuesday, March 24th at 10am.

Tue, Apr. 7 (6:00pm)

Powerful Plants

Kids

Get out your gardening gloves.  In this program all about plants, your junior botanists will learn where seeds come from & how they grow. They will discover how wild plants "plant themselves" through very clever adaptations & plant their own seeds to take home, grow, and eat.

Wed, Apr. 8 (2:00pm)

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