Celebrate Black History Month with programs, crafts, book discussions, and more. Explore history through our online databases, discover new African American literature, and discuss the impact of important figures throughout history at your library.

All the programs and databases listed here are free for members of the Burlington County Library System. If you don't have a card, sign up today and explore all that your library has to offer!

Underground Railroad Quilts All Month Long
Database Demonstration: African American History Online Wednesday, February 1 at 2pm
Famous Inventions (Ages 3-6) Monday, February 6 at 10:30am
History's Heroes: George Washington Carver (Ages 6+) Tuesday, February 14 at 6:30pm
Afternoon Book Club | The Underground Railroad Wednesday, February 15 at 1pm
Book Discussion | Harriet Tubman: The Road To Freedom Wednesday, February 15 at 2pm
Database Demonstration: African American History Online Thursday, February 16 at 2pm
William Still: Retrospective on a Local Hero Saturday, February 18 at 2pm
Underground Railroad Quilt Making and Presentation Wednesday, February 22 at 2pm
Journal Writing: the Underground Railroad Wednesday, February 22 at 2pm
Who Was Book Club: Louis Armstrong Wednesday, February 22 at 4:15pm
Remembering Maya Angelou, Poetry and Discussion Friday, February 24 at 2pm
Home School Adventures Monday, February 27 at 10:30am