Around the world, buildings have displayed blue lights in honor of Autism Awareness Month. See pictures of the light displays, visit online resources, and check out books from the library to learn more.
Aspiring entrepreneurs ages 50 and up are invited to this program to help you decide if it's the right time to start a small business. This free event will be held on April 29, 2014 from 5:30pm-8:00pm at the County Library. Registration required.
Following a presentation, meet with franchisors, bankers, and franchise lawyers to find out if franchising is a good fit for you. This event is free, but you must register online. The event will be held on April 10th at the Cherry Hill Holiday Inn.
This book is the product of a mother's quest to help her son prepare for the SATs. She studied and took the test herself! If you're overwhelmed by all the SAT study guides out there, this book is full of helpful tips and guidance.
Check out one of our workout DVDs to stay active indoors before spring arrives. It's a good solution for beating winter boredom (added bonus: it will warm you up too!). We've got DVDs for all levels of physical activity, from intense cardio workouts to gentle stretching.
Many of the nominated films were memoirs, plays, or novels before they were adapted to the big screen.
Readers have been buzzing about these memoirs, written by brave and insightful women. These stories are at times quirky, hilarious, astonishing, and heartbreaking. Have you read all twelve yet?
Learn how you can help our feathered friends during the coldest months. Plus, participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count!
Ever wonder where tea was first discovered? Have you tried white tea or guayusa tea? Learn about this comforting beverage, including its history, customs, and benefits.