Solar Eclipse Scavenger Hunt Make-N-Take Craft


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


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)

Legos at the Library


Calling all Lego lovers!  Join other kids who love building creations as much as you. The library provides the LEGO blocks - you provide the imagination! Please DO NOT bring Legos from home.


Sat, Aug. 19 (2:00pm)

Eclipse Viewing

Adult, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Drop by the County Library's Auditorium 12 pm - 4 pm to view NASA's live stream of the eclipse.

Mon, Aug. 21 (12:00pm)

Total Eclipse of the Legos



Join us for a Lego and Solar Eclipse Viewing event!  Starting at 12:30 pm build a solar related Lego challenge.  Around 1:30 pm we will head outside to view the eclipse with special glasses donated by the Space Science Institute.

Mon, Aug. 21 (12:30pm)

Crafting with Marsha - Canceled

Adult, Seniors

An adults only crafting class.

8/21 class canceled


Mon, Aug. 21 (6:30pm)

Health Screening

Adult, Seniors, Family

On the forth Tuesday of each month  a registered nurse from Lourdes Health System will be in the lobby to provide FREE health screenings and dispense health and wellness information.

Tue, Aug. 22 (10:15am)

Social Knitting

Adult, Seniors

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, Aug. 22 (10:30am)

RCBC Training Information Session


Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) Workforce Development Institute (WDI) is pleased to announce a variety of free training programs for eligible candidates. The RCBC Training Information Session is an hour in length and will review several free training programs that include the following industries and occupations:

Tue, Aug. 22 (1:00pm)

Read to a Dog


This program is designed so beginning readers can practice reading to a therapy dog, this will help them gain confidence and strengthen their reading skills.

Each day will consist of eight 15 minute slots.

Tue, Aug. 22 (2:00pm)

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. 22 (4:00pm)

BCL Kids Theatre Program


All children will get a part and be a part of an original short play.

Tue, Aug. 22 (6:30pm)

Live Theater: Cannoli Theatre

Kids, Family

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

Cannoli Theatre

Tue, Aug. 22 (6:30pm)

4H Presents: Paper Airplanes


4-H presents a series of different STEM based activities .  This week the participants will make different style airplanes. The object is to find out what changes can be made   so they can fly 10 feet.

  • Ages 5-14
  • Registration required
Wed, Aug. 23 (11:00am)

Evening Crochet Workshops

Adult, Seniors, Teen

Join members of the SJ Chapter of the National Crochet Guild on the 4th Wednesday of every month (unless otherwise noted) for free help and instruction.

Wed, Aug. 23 (6:00pm)