Location: Cinnaminson
Thursday, April 6, 2017
Mystery writer Harlan Coben says, “You know, people call mystery novels or thrillers 'puzzles.' I never understood that, because when I buy a puzzle, I already know what it is. It's on the box. And even if I don't, if it's a 5,000-piece puzzle of the 'Mona Lisa', it's not like I put the last piece...
Location: County Library
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
The County Library is pleased to welcome Ernest Kaufman, a World War II veteran, Holocaust survivor, and author, who will share his life story with us on April 30 at 2 pm in the auditorium. Kaufman’s appearance is the second installment in our exciting new Community Stories program, an engaging...
Location: Various Locations
Monday, April 3, 2017
Spring is a season of growth and development and BCLS wants you to blossom! Throughout the month of April, we’re offering a bounty of fresh programs designed to help you grow yourself and grow your world. This month, our theme is Unlimited Possibilities and there are great opportunities available...
Location: Maple Shade
Saturday, April 1, 2017
The Burlington County Library System is so lucky to have a team with wide-ranging knowledge and diverse interests. While many customers may know the names and faces of librarians at their local branch, we want to take the time to introduce more of our staff from around the system. Hello! My name...
Location: County Library
Thursday, March 30, 2017
As a citizen, are you interested in being heard? Looking for ways to be more engaged? Having an active voice in American democracy is a founding principle of our country. But, often times, it can be daunting to navigate what opportunities are out there. Author Sam Daley-Harris will discuss the...
Location: Various Locations, Evesham
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Nuclear and environmental disasters, infertility, pollution, a continued war with a foreign power, a government of extreme religious fundamentalists that took over and nullified the Constitution after staging a coup, and women living in a subservient or enslaved existence - this is The Handmaid’s...
Location: Cinnaminson
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
On Saturday, April 8, Cinnaminson Library will host a Poetry and Prose Slam from noon to 3 pm.  If you're wondering what a slam is, explore our interview with Briana Rodriguez, the library’s In Verse Poetry group leader, “A slam is a competition in which writers come together and perform their...
Location: Cinnaminson
Monday, March 20, 2017
Local author Tina Gabrielle has loved books her whole life. As a teenager, she even “used scotch tape to hold her peeling laminated library card together,” and she wrote her first book at 16, according to her website. But after Gabrielle earned degrees in law and mechanical engineering, she went on...
Location: Various Locations
Thursday, March 16, 2017
With temperatures bouncing all over the place this month, it’s easy to think spring may have already sprung. But the first day of spring is officially March 20 and to celebrate, BCLS is offering a brand new set of activity tracks on Beanstack to get kids up and moving after the long winter months....
Location: Various Locations
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
What are the Ides of March, and why should we beware of them? There’s nothing to worry about on the Ides of March, unless of course you were Julius Caesar in 44 B.C. In that case, you had plenty of reasons to be fearful, but you wouldn’t realize that until it’s a little too late. First things...

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