For centuries, the jack-o’-lantern has been a staple of Halloween tradition. So how and why did the carving of pumpkins become associated with this spooky holiday?
Stop by the Bordentown Library on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 to browse bargains, relax and have fun at our book sale and fall festival featuring story times, crafts and more.
Crisp air, the smell of cinnamon, and the sight of apples and pumpkins are commonplace during the fall months. What better way to celebrate autumn than by checking out some of our cookbooks and magazines featuring fall recipes?
The United Nations established World Space Week in 1999 as an annual “international celebration of science and technology, and their contribution to improving the human condition.”