Wednesday, June 28, 2017

The library website will be unavailable on Thursday, June 29

The library website will be unavailable beginning at 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 29 for maintenance and upgrades.  Downtime should only be a few hours.

The library catalog will still be available during this time and can be accessed at http://catalog.moorestownlibrary.org

Friday, June 23, 2017

Be part of an opera round table group at Moorestown Library



Opera aficionado Bill Holt will facilitate discussions of the Metropolitan Opera's upcoming HD simulcasts:

Macbeth, Nabucco

When:  Thursday, July 6 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

All are welcome!

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Mark your calendar for: Favorite local hikes


Looking for some great local places to hike and explore? Join experts from L.L.Bean to learn about local parks, preserves and other hidden gems you can hike all year long. After a brief introduction, our knowledgeable staff will tell you about five of the area's best hikes, outlining each trail's location, length, difficulty, terrain and notable highlights. Get some great suggestions about how to prepare for your adventure, including what to bring and what to wear. You'll also have a chance to see what gear we recommend in order to stay safe and comfortable while out on a hiking adventure.

When:  Wednesday, July 5 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

REGISTER NOW!

Happy July 4th!


In observance of Independence Day, the library will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th and will reopen on Wednesday, July 5 at 9 AM. 

Mark your calendars for: Summer Saturday Hours


Summer Saturday hours are from 9 AM to 1 PM for July and August.

Mark your calendar for: Summer Reading Kick-Off: Friends Around the World Concert featuring Yosi


Bring the whole family for a multicultural, interactive, educational concert with songs, humor, dances and instruments from around the world! We’ll get “hands on” with instruments from India, Australia, Peru and Egypt, learn to count and say “Hello” in many languages, and gain a new appreciation for other cultures. It’s the perfect way to kick off our Summer Reading Program: “Build a Better World.” Afterwards, join us for dessert on the library’s patio.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Moorestown Library.

All ages, no registration required.

When:  Tuesday, June 27 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

Sign up today for: Lightweight Backpacking


Do you want to try backpacking, but worry about carrying a heavy pack?  Join an REI backpacking expert who will provide excellent tips on lightweight backpacking techniques.

When:  Thursday, June 22 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

REGISTER NOW!


Thursday, June 15, 2017

Sign up today for: Kayak Essentials



Curious about kayaking? Let the outdoor experts from L.L. Bean answer your questions.
This program is a great way to become familiar with the essential equipment and basic techniques of kayaking - without ever getting wet!

When:  Wednesday, June 21 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room

Register online now!

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Sign up today for: Gasland & Truthland: two views on fracking












Fracking (hydraulic fracturing) is a controversial method of extracting oil and natural gas. Depending on your point of view it is a path to energy independence or an environmental nightmare.

Join environmental steward Jim May for a screening of two documentaries which offer two very different views of fracking. Then make up your own mind.

Tuesday, June 6: Gasland at 7 PM
Gasland (2010) is an exploration of the fracking petroleum extraction industry and the serious environmental consequences involved.
Register online now!


Tuesday, June 20: Truthland at 7 PM
Truthland (2012) is a film created in response to and as a rebuttal to Gasland.
Register online now!

Both films will be shown in Meeting Room A at Moorestown Library.

Sign up today for: The Joy of Bird Feeding with Lisa Herman of Wild Birds Unlimited


Summer is a great time to experience the joy that can be found in backyard bird feeding, a hobby with a rich heritage and growing participation.  Backyard bird feeding offers a relaxing, colorful, and musical refuge from the complexities of our modern lives while creating habitats that can make a difference in the survival and quality of life for our regional and migratory birds.

Join us in a discussion of the fundamentals of backyard bird feeding and the essentials for achieving mastery of this hobby in five steps.

When:  Monday, June 19 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room

REGISTER NOW!


Mark your calendar for: South Jersey Wordpress Meetup



Calling all South Jersey users of WordPress, whether for business, blogging, or non-profit.  Join us for a fun and informal way to meet WordPress fanatics just like yourself and share your experiences with the popular open source software.

Please no marketing of products or services to attendees of SJWPM.

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this Meetup aims to be a safe place to share ideas, learn tips and tricks and explore all that WordPress has to offer.

When:  Monday, June 19 at 6:30 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room

Mark your calendar for: Create a Baseball Hat for Father's Day



Show Dad how special he is by creating a one-of-a-kind baseball hat he’ll wear with pride! One per child, please.

While supplies last. Sponsored by Sean Fischel Connect.

When:
Friday, June 16, drop in all day (9 am – 5 pm) 
Saturday, June 17, drop in all day (9 am – 5 pm)

Where:  Moorestown Library, Children's Room

All ages, no registration required.

Be part of an opera round table group at Moorestown Library



Opera aficionado Bill Holt will facilitate discussions of the Metropolitan Opera's upcoming HD simulcasts:

Les Pecheurs de Perles, Jolie Fille de Perth

When:  Thursday, June 15 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

All are welcome!

Friday, June 9, 2017

Sign up today for: Finding Pleasure in Poetry with Kathleen Stevens



Some people really like reading poetry.  Others, not so much.  When was the last time you read a poem?  In your mind, what makes a good poem?

Kathleen Stevens, a retired writing teacher from Rowan University, believes that outside of literature classes, the test of a poem's merit is whether it appeals to the person reading it.  Join her Tuesday afternoons in June to consider poems from a range of poets.  Discussion will include reflections on the craft of poetry - the way poets shape lines, employ sound and rhythm, and intensify meaning through word choice and imagery.  We think you'll find poems that appeal to you.

When:  Tuesdays at 2 PM:  June 6, 13, 20 and 27

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

REGISTER NOW!

Sign up today for: The History Cafe: some A, B, Cs of history


Come, relax, and chat about American history. Retired history professor Jean Perry presents parts of history you may not have learned in school.

There will be a focus on women in history, but also other bits and pieces that make history fascinating, just like fascinating bits and pieces of conversation in a café.

Monday, June 12 @ 7 PM - A—Abigail Adams - David McCullough says she is the most honorable person in American history. She also has been called “another founder” of the USA, and she is one of the most interesting women of the colonial and federalist periods.
The Abolitionists - from the colonial period until the Civil War, many religious groups, and many women, were involved in trying to end slavery. Women who wished to speak out against slavery had to fight against the tradition that women were not to speak in public.

Tuesday, July 11 @ 7 PM - B - The Blackwells were a fascinating family of the 19th
century. They included abolitionists, women’s rights advocates, ministers, publishers and the first credentialed woman medical doctor in the U.S.
Beauty culture has been a subject of much controversy since the beginning of the country. Women have used homemade lotions and potions, and commercial products to enhance their appearance. Society has argued about how much emphasis should be put on looks and beauty, if any, and they’ve argued about what is beauty.

Tuesday, August 8 @ 7 PM- C - The appearance in Europe of cotton, calico, and chintz led to an increased slave trade, the Industrial revolution, ladies magazines and shopping malls! Women in Conservation ….and some fun. Patsy Cline, Rosemary Clooney, the Chiffons, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera - since the first woman soothed her baby with music, women have been entertaining and soothing the rest of us by crooning out a song.

To be continued in September!

All sessions will meet in Meeting Room A at Moorestown Library.

REGISTER NOW!

Mark your calendar for: The Big Book Sale!



Hardbacks, paperbacks, children's books and beautiful coffee table books.

When:  Friday, June 9 and Saturday, June 10 from 10 AM to 4 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B


Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Mark your calendar for: Better Investing




The South Jersey Chapter is all volunteers offering educational seminars for about 350 members in over 50 separate investment clubs from Trenton to Cape May.

When:  Tuesday, June 6 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room B

Learn investing from local experts!

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

First Monday Film with Irv Slifkin: Once Upon a Time in the West


Join film expert and author, Irv Slifkin, for this month's feature:  Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

Director:  Sergio Leone.  With:  Charles Bronson, Henry Fonda, Claudia Cardinale, Jason Robards, Jr.  165 min. (PG-13)

An epic sagebrush saga from Italy's Sergio Leone (the Clint Eastwood "Dollars" trilogy) offers Henry Fonda as a sadistic gunman employed by a ruthless railroad tycoon to gain control of valuable land near a future train stop.  Fonda faces off against a former prostitute (Claudia Cardinale), a harmonica-playing gunman (Charles Bronson) and an ornery outlaw (Jason Robards, Jr.).

When:  Monday, June 5 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

All are welcome!

Sign up today for: Free Job Training Opportunities


The Workforce Development Institute of Rowan College at Burlington County is pleased to announce a variety of FREE career training programs for eligible candidates. These programs are grant-funded and supported by employer partners who are hiring in these industries. The Workforce Development Institute has impressive placement rates into employment from these programs.
Come explore the possibilities of a new career in the utility, energy and construction industry or transportation, logistics and distribution. Also offered is the advanced manufacturing program--Machinist Boot Camp, Cisco Networking Academy training, training in a Pharmacy Technician program, 911 Dispatch and the Solar Ready Vets program.

When:  Wednesday, May 31 at 3 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library,  Meeting Rooms A & B

REGISTER NOW!

Memorial Day Closing


In observance of Memorial Day, the library will be closed on Monday, May 29th and will reopen on Tuesday, May 30th at 9 AM.




Sign up today for: Basic Photography Workshop with Dave Gupta


Would you like to take better pictures?

Join us on Saturdays from 10 AM to 12 noon in Meeting Room A:

Saturday, May 27:  Special Situations and more editing tips
Fireworks, landscapes, motion, black and white, night pictures ...

Saturday, June 3:  Review
Sharing our pictures, good ones and not so good ones.  Learning from our mistakes!

REGISTER NOW!





Monday, May 15, 2017

Thanks for your generosity!



Pet donations for BCAA Cats are still being accepted at our Circulation Desk.

Mark your calendar for: Spanish Conversation Group


Whether you are a native Spanish speaker or just learning the language, if you would like an opportunity to converse in Spanish, you are welcome to join this group.

When:  Wednesday, May 24, 10 AM to noon

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room B

Practice your Spanish and meet new friends and neighbors!

Mark your calendar for: South Jersey Wordpress Meetup


Calling all South Jersey users of WordPress, whether for business, blogging, or non-profit.  Join us for a fun and informal way to meet WordPress fanatics just like yourself and share your experiences with the popular open source software.

Please no marketing of products or services to attendees of SJWPM.

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this Meetup aims to be a safe place to share ideas, learn tips and tricks and explore all that WordPress has to offer.

When:  Tuesday, May 16 at 6:30 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room B



Thursday, May 11, 2017

Sign up today for: Undiscovered France


Join Francophile Jeff Heller as he uses slides and commentary to explore areas outside Paris and Provence which are filled with chateaux, caves, river gorges, seaside walks, picture-postcard villages and outdoor markets.  Many regions in central and southern France are quiet, colorful and surprisingly affordable especially off-season.

Best of all, visiting undiscovered France is a wonderful way to appreciate the real France!

When:  Saturday, May 13 at 2 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B


Mark your calendar for: Drop-In Craft - Create a Treasure Box for Mother's Day


Just in time for Mother's Day, drop in to make a beautiful treasure box for Mom!  One per child, please.  While supplies last.

Sponsored by Sean Fischel Connect

When:  Friday, May 12 & Saturday, May 13 - drop in all day (9 AM - 5 PM)

Where:  Children's Room

All ages, no registration required.


Thursday, May 4, 2017

Sign up today for: The Ragged Road to Abolition: Slavery and Freedom in New Jersey, 1775-1865


The Historical Society of Moorestown in conjunction with the Moorestown Library is please to present this New Jersey History Speaks Lecture.

The issues of the Civil War were more nuanced than we tend to think and the US wasn't neatly divided along the Mason-Dixon line. Join Professor Jim Gigantino II (via SKYPE) as he traces New Jersey's efforts to abolish slavery from its boundaries-a slow, plodding quest that turned the notion of "free state" on its head and allowed slavery to persist in NJ until the end of the Civil War. Gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of the Civil War Era.

When:  Wednesday, May 10 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

Register online now

Sign up today for: Saving Seeds & Building Community or How to Start a Seed Library with Keith Monahan


There is great wonder and empowerment in saving seeds from plants that you grew in your own backyard.  The satisfaction of continuing that legacy for years to come is a nice reason to save seeds.  But you may be thinking that you don't know how to save seeds.  We have good news!

Keith Monahan of GMO Free NJ is coming to Moorestown Library to educate us on saving seeds and explain to us how to establish a community seed library.  So bring your questions and comments and join us as we learn about seed saving and sharing.  This event is free and open to the public.  Bring a friend.  Let's grow!

When:  Monday, May 8 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

REGISTER NOW!

Mark your calendar for: Sing-Along with Miss Madeline (ages birth to 5)


Join beloved music teacher Madeline Knott for a music-filled morning perfect for preschoolers! Sponsored by the Friends of the Moorestown Library

No registration required.

When:  Saturday, May 6 at 10:45AM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Book Club!


Join us at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 4th to discuss The Circle by Dave Eggers.
Book club discussions are open and can be attended by anyone who wishes to discuss the book.  Come join us and bring a friend!

Be part of an opera round table group at Moorestown Library




Opera aficionado Bill Holt will facilitate discussions of the Metropolitan Opera's upcoming HD simulcast:

 Der Rosenkavalier

When:  Thursday, May 4 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

All are welcome!

Sign up today for: Native Pollinators with Merry Bogert


Join Master Gardener Merry Bogert to learn about the many pollinators in our gardens in addition to honeybees and how to attract them.

When:  Wednesday, May 3 at 1 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

REGISTER NOW!


Presented by the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Burlington County.

Mark your calendar for: Better Investing


The South Jersey Chapter is all volunteers offering educational seminars for about 350 members in over 50 separate investment clubs from Trenton to Cape May.

When:  Tuesday, May 2 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room B

Learn investing from local experts!

Sign up today for: Celebrating American Women


Join popular presenter retired BCC adjunct History professor, Jean Perry, and discover fascinating American women you didn't learn about in school.

Women Scientists:
Rachel Carson, Sally Ride, Patricia Bath, Stephanie Kwolek, Yvonne Brill, Ada Byron Lovelace, the women of ENIAC, Admiral Grace Hopper

When:  Tuesday, May 2 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

Register online now!


Saturday, April 29, 2017

First Monday Film with Irv Slifkin: Mother


Join film expert and author, Irv Slifkin, for this month's feature:  Mother (1986)

Director:  Albert Brooks; With Albert Brooks, Debbie Reynolds, John C. McGinley, Lisa Kudrow
103 min. (PG-13)

A salute to mothers everywhere - and their sons, no matter how lost in America they appear to be.  Albert Brooks is the twice-divorced science fiction writer who finds himself back home with mother Debbie Reynolds so he can resolve some conflicts that may have led to his problems with women.

When:  Monday, May 1 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

All are welcome!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Sign up today for: Antiques Appraisal Event with antiques appraiser Katherine Linzey


Bring in your treasures for an "Antiques Roadshow" style event.

This event is limited to 40 appraisals; one per person.

Items accepted for appraisal:  fine art, furniture, ceramics, glassware, vintage photographs, advertising, folk art, assorted toys, metalware, clocks, musical instruments, sports memorabilia.

Excluded items:  All weaponry, including swords and knives, traps (like leg-hold), coins and paper money, Nazi memorabilia, and all jewelry.

Opinions of value are informal and may not be used for insurance or charitable donations, which require an accredited appraisal.

Katherine Linzey is the president of Linzey Appraisal Associates, LLC and an accredited member of the American Society of Appraisers.  She holds a degree in the history of art from Ohio State University.  Linzey Appraisal Associates appraises all nature of personal property including fine arts, antiques, decorative arts, collectibles and one-of-a-kind pieces.

When:  Saturday, April 29 from 1-4 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

Space is limited and registration is required.

To register or for more information, call the Reference Desk at 856-234-0333 or email us at reference@moorestown.lib.nj.us

Sign up today for: Learn More About Easy Relaxation Techniques with Alex Dys-Dragos: Affirmations


During this interactive meeting, you will learn more about affirmations and how to use them.  You will be able to identify some of your negative inner dialog and change it into one that supports your well-being and happiness.

When:  Thursday, April 27 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

REGISTER NOW!




Thursday, April 20, 2017

Sign up today for: An All American Total Solar Eclipse


Look into the mysteries of eclipses and other celestial events in the universe with astronomer Kevin Manning.

According to NASA, "on Monday August 21, 2017 the moon will pass in front of the sun and cast a shadow upon all of North America, coast to coast, for the first time since 1918."
Get ready to appreciate this rare solar eclipse with an astronomical presentation at the Library.
Following an indoor presentation, weather permitting, we will go outdoors to view celestial objects in the night sky through a powerful hand-crafted telescope. We will be looking at the ice crystal rings of Saturn, craters on the Moon and more.

When:  Monday, April 24 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B & outdoors (weather permitting)

Reserve your spot today by registering online above or by calling the Reference Desk at 234-0333 ext. 4012.

Mark your calendar for: Spring Recess Craft Bonanza, April 17 - April 21


All ages, all day – While supplies last!

Drop in each day during Spring Break for colorful spring crafts inspired by the art and stories of Eric Carle.

Monday, April 17 – Color a unique Very Hungry Caterpillar crown.

Tuesday, April 18 – Replicate Eric Carle’s colorful collage technique to make a beautiful Mr. Seahorse poster.

Wednesday, April 19 – String green macaroni and colorful cut-outs together to make a necklace inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Thursday, April 20 – Use tissue paper collage to create a Very Quiet Cricket stick puppet.

Friday, April 21 – Paint me a star! Use paint and paper shapes to assemble one-of-kind stars like the ones you see in Draw Me a Star and Papa, Please get the Moon for Me.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Be part of an opera round table group at Moorestown Library!



Opera aficionado Bill Holt will facilitate discussions of the Metropolitan Opera's upcoming HD simulcasts.

Thursday, April 20 @ 7 PM - Eugene Onegin


Thursday, May 4 @ 7 PM - Der Rosenkavalier

All are welcome!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Sign up today for: Dances by Diane


Dances by Diane is back for a six-week series to teach Rumba and Line Dance.  Rumba will be the first half hour and Line Dance the second half hour.  No partner or experience is needed!

Diane Alcavage is an Arthur Murray trained dance instructor with over 20 years experience in American Style Ballroom and Latin dances.  She specializes in teaching social dancing for beginners.

When:  Thursdays at 1:30-2:30 p.m., March 9 through April 20; no class on April 6

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B

REGISTER NOW!





Mark your calendar for: South Jersey Wordpress Meetup


Calling all South Jersey users of WordPress, whether for business, blogging, or non-profit.  Join us for a fun and informal way to meet WordPress fanatics just like yourself and share your experiences with the popular open source software.

Please no marketing of products or services to attendees of SJWPM.

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this Meetup aims to be a safe place to share ideas, learn tips and tricks and explore all that WordPress has to offer.

When:  Tuesday, April 18 at 6:30 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room B

Good Friday Closing


In observance of Good Friday, the library will be closed on Friday, April 14 and will reopen on Saturday, April 15 at 9 AM. 

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Sign up today for: Sherpa: Trouble on Everest


Come see the surprise hit of the 2015 Philadelphia Film Festival!
Every year, Western mountain climbers make news ascending Mount Everest. The compelling stories of the Sherpas, the Nepalese guides who risk their lives to provide for their families, have remained a mystery, until now. This chronicles a fateful 2014 expedition and the tragic avalanche that spurred the Sherpas to make a stand for human rights and respect.

When:  Monday, April 10 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

REGISTER NOW!

Monday, April 3, 2017

Sign up today for: New Jersey Archaeology


History Rocks: Interpreting the Archaeological Discoveries of Moorestown is currently on exhibit at the Historical Society of Moorestown’s Smith-Cadbury Mansion at 12 High Street. We encourage you to visit the exhibit which runs through June 2017.

To complement the History Rocks exhibit, we are offering two programs this April presented by New Jersey archaeologists. Come learn about your local “ancient history” as it is revealed to us in prehistoric artifacts.


New Jersey Archaeology with Dr. Gregory D. Lattanzi

Join Dr. Lattanzi, Curator for the Bureau of Archaeology and Ethnology at the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton, for a fascinating overview of the way of life of native peoples and the geological and climatological conditions of pre-historic New Jersey.


When:  Wednesday, April 5 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

Register online now!



Moorestown’s Prehistoric Past: Vestiges of Prehistoric Cultures in and around Moorestown Township—1973 –2015 with Jack Cresson

Jack Cresson has been a resident of Moorestown Township since 1975. He works as an archaeologist doing Research and Contract Archaeology (CRM).
He is currently on the Executive Board of the Archaeological Society of
New Jersey and in 2013 received their Lifetime Achievement Award.
On April 8 Jack will share a survey of prehistoric sites in Moorestown and their cultural trappings; from then and now. What is known, what has survived and what promise lies in the future for these surviving, ancient landscapes of the past.


When:  Saturday, April 8 at 1 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A & B

Register online now!

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Sign up today for: Tips from Master Gardener Merry Bogert


Wednesdays at 1 PM, Meeting Room A at Moorestown Library

April 5:  Beneficial Insects - Come hear about the insects that help us every day by pollinating AND controlling other insects.

REGISTER NOW!


May 3:  Native Pollinators - Learn about the many pollinators in our gardens in addition to honeybees and how to attract them.

REGISTER NOW!


Presented by the Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Burlington County.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Sign up today for: Amphibians of Burlington County



Find out more about the frogs, toads, and salamanders that call Burlington County their home and how to identify frogs and toads by sound.

Learn about the conservation issues they face in today's changing environment and what scientists are doing to save them.

Presented by Burlington County Parks Naturalist Kate Szostak.

When:  Wednesday, April 5 at 10 AM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

REGISTER NOW!




Wednesday, March 29, 2017

First Monday Film with Irv Slifkin: Bingo Long Travelling All-Stars and Motor Kings


Join film expert and author, Irv Slifkin, for this month's feature:  Bingo Long Travelling All-Stars and Motor Kings (1976)

Director:  John Badham.  With:  Billy Dee Williams, James Earl Jones, Richard Pryor, Ted Ross.  110 min. (PG)

Billy Dee Williams, James Earl Jones and Richard Pryor top the cast of this spirited look at Negro League baseball in the late 1930s.  Tired of shabby treatment by the owners in their league, pitcher Bingo Long (Williams) and company decide to barnstorm the country, taking on all comers and entertaining fans with their attention-getting style of play.

When:  Monday, April 3 at 7 PM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Room A

All are welcome!

Mark your calendar for: Science Saturday! The Franklin Institute presents: Motion and Machines


Roll, slide, and spin! Investigate the basic physics of motion in this interactive show. We'll use rubber balls, bricks, and wooden blocks to introduce and understand Newton's Laws of Motion. Then, witness these laws in action in a lever, pulley, and student-driven hover car.

Sponsored by Sean Fischel Connect

When:  Saturday, April 1 at 10 AM

Where:  Moorestown Library, Meeting Rooms A & B