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The Open Book Club

Adult, Seniors, Book Club

We’ll be discussing The Lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan.  The Book Group meets in the Cinnaminson Branch Library meeting room the last Monday of every month, 2:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M., unless otherwise noted.  New members are always welcome.

Mon, Aug. 29 (2:00pm)

In Verse Poetry

Adult, Seniors, Teen

In Verse Poetry is a FREE group open to the general public where poets can gather together and encourage one another with constructive criticism and different perspectives.

Thu, Sep. 1 (6:00pm)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Sep. 2 (10:30am)

Colorful Conversations: Conversation Starters

Adult, Seniors

“Colorful Conversations” is a coloring program for adults. Coloring has been proven to have educational, relaxing and stress reducing health benefits for everyone. Join us for great discussions with guests, philosophical musings and coloring!

Fri, Sep. 2 (2:00pm)

Red Cross Blood Drive @ Cinnaminson Library

Adult, Seniors

Roll up your sleeve and get ready for the Red Cross Blood Drive! You can sign up for your time slot here:

http://www.redcrossblood.org/rcbmobile/drive/chooseDonationTime.jsp

Tue, Sep. 6 (2:00pm)

Baby and Toddler Time

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

It’s time to shake, rattle, and roll! Babies and toddlers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, and dance along at Baby and Toddler Time. Registration is not required!

Thu, Sep. 8 (10:30am)

Tai Chi

Adult, Seniors

This is a beginner’s course in Qigong and Tai Chi, slow, gentle forms of exercise that help increase energy, flexibility, balance and body awareness. Those who suffer from bad posture, stiff joints, tension and instability should find the course especially helpful.

Fri, Sep. 9 (10:30am)

Mandala Make-n-Take (Ages 4 and up)

Kids, Family

Stop in any time and color your own Mandala.  While supplies last.

Sat, Sep. 10 (10:00am)

Pokemon Make and Take (Ages 4 to 12)

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Kids ages 4-12 are encouraged to pop into the library any time between September 12th and 17th to make an awesome standup Pokémon craft.

Mon, Sep. 12 (10:00am)

The Happy Bookers

Adult, Book Club

The Happy Bookers meet on the 1st Monday of alternating months from 7-8 pm. Our  September book is Testimony by Anita Shreve. New members are always welcome.

Mon, Sep. 12 (7:00pm)

Little Builders (Ages 3 - 6)

Kids

Come and build at the library! We have several fun STEM kits like Marble Run, Duplos, and more! Registration is required and begins on August 30, 2016.  Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.  Please register each child individually.

Tue, Sep. 13 (10:30am)

After School Fun: Dragons! (Ages 5-12)

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join Miss Kristie for stories, games, and the creation of an awesome dragon craft that you can take home with you. Registration is not required. Stop in for some dragon fun!

Tue, Sep. 13 (4:00pm)

Yoga Time (Ages 3-6)

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

Join Miss Janet for this innovative program that incorporates learning concepts, music, and yoga into a fun-filled exercise experience.   Please register online, in person, or call the library at 856-829-9340.  Please register each child individually.

Wed, Sep. 14 (10:30am)

Letter Monster Storytime (Ages 3 to 6)

Kids, Family, Homeschooler

What do you say to 3 monsters walking down the street? Hello, hello, hello! Join Miss Kristie for stories, songs, and dancing fun as we read all about some adorable monsters!

Thu, Sep. 15 (10:30am)

Knit One. Crochet, too!

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Welcome to Cinnaminson Library's social knitting and crocheting club.  This is your place to gather with others who enjoy doing yarn work in a social setting. There will be no formal instruction, but you are more than welcome to help each other learn new techniques.

Thu, Sep. 15 (6:30pm)

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