On Tues., Mar. 6 at 6:30 pm, Pine Hill resident Cheryl Davis will speak at Willingboro Public Library about doll collecting and fashion, and introduce her collection of African-American fashion dolls. Have a favorite or rare doll of your own? Bring it to share with the group! Light refreshments served, register at the Reference Desk starting Feb. 20.
Join women of different countries and cultures at a dinner in celebration of International Women’s Day at Willingboro Public Library on Thurs., March 8 at 6:30 p.m. Register now at the library or by calling 609-877-6668 for this free event co-sponsored by Willingboro Public Library and the Rancocas Valley Chapter of the Links, Inc. Attendance will be capped at forty participants. The featured speaker will by Priscilla Adams, the Refugee Academic Success Coordinator with the Refugee and Immigration Services Program of Catholic Charities, Camden Diocese.
Now at a barbershop near you! Willingboro Public Library and five local barbershops, Accents Unisex, Hair Sanctuary, Barberz, T& I Unisex, and Willie's, are working together to get kids reading while they wait for their haircuts. Funded by a Fade to Books Grant from the New Jersey State Library and proceeds from the Del Payne Memorial 5K, we have placed a collection of great books in each barbershop. Library staff will visit each barbershop regularly to engage young customers in activities that motivate them to read. Get ready to read, kids.
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