Singer/songwriter Sunnie Allen, a Willingboro native, will talk about her musical journey and perform at Willingboro Public Library on Sat., Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. This free event is open to the public and requires no registration. Sunnie Allen writes and plays soulful R&B, which she has performed in New York, Trenton and Philadelphia. Her latest album Magic is available on I-Tunes and Google music. Her debut album It’s 2 a.m. Somewhere is also available. Sunnie attended Burlington County Institute of Technology and Burlington County College, majoring in fashion design but left to concentrate on her musical career.
Meet Demetrius Moses-Lake, author of poetry for young people, at Willingboro Public Library on Sat., Oct. at 3 p.m. Copies of his book From a Bird Point of View will be available for sale and signing. This free event is open to the public and requires no registration. Refreshments will be served. New Jersey resident Demetrius Moses-Lake loves art and building, in addition to writing. “The feeling of no one actually listening to me make me adore to write,” he says. “I believe in never settling.”
In April we will begin to send some messages (like holds and overdues) to you via email. We need current, regurlarly checked email addresses for as many cardholders as possilble. This will save tax dollars! Please see the circulation/front desk to give them this information. Don't worry, if you don't have email we will still mail your notices. On April 10 we will migrate to a new system for checking in and out. We expect it go smoothly and invisibly for you, but may have some glitches. We appreciate your patience during this transition period.
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