Experience the hard work, ingenuity, and winning projects of the area’s best and brightest in engineering, the sciences and math. Exhibit Displayed: January 4 – 30. Meet the Young Scientists: Sat., January 6, 2 pm. Light Refreshments served.
Wed., Jan. 3, 10, 10:30 am. Parents bring your toddlers ages 18 months to four years to the library and listen to stories and learn finger plays with your little one. Enjoy interactive toys and snacks in the library’s meeting room after story time. Register Now!
Tues., Jan. 16, 3:30-5 pm. Unpack your book bag and grab a healthy snack! Focus on your homework as we provide an afterschool treat to children in grades Pre-K-6th.
Jan. – Mar., All Day. Art projects will be accepted from January 2 through March 23 for entry in our fifth annual art contest. Students in 5th and 6th grade should drop off their entries in the Children’s Room.
Wed., Jan. 17, 6:30 pm. Kids in grades 4-6, take a game break at the library! Test your skills on the Wii, a board game, cards, or Twister; all pre-teens are welcome to drop in a get your game on!
Jan. – Mar., All Day. Art projects will be accepted from January 2 through March 23 for entry in our fifth annual art contest. Students in 7th through 12th grade should drop off their entries in the Children’s Room.
Mon., Jan. 22, 2:30 pm. Get together with friends and talk about the latest great read for teens – light refreshments will be served. This program will be held in the Willing High School’s MVP Room; all area high school students are welcome to attend.
Wed., Jan. 10, 4pm
Join cartoonist Jdel Dragonwhaler to learn the art of drawing cartoons.
Sat., Jan. 13, 2-4:30 pm. It is okay to be different! Stop by the library to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King with the book reading Light in the Darkest of Days read by Children’s Author Joseph A. Jackson-Morris at 2 pm. Let’s teach children that bulling is not okay, and together we can bring dark days into light! Books for purchase and signing for a fee of $12.95.
Thurs., Jan. 18, 7pm
Credit Union of New Jersey will advise parents of special needs children on planning for their futures, financially and otherwise.