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Whodunnit!?
TEEN
Whodunnit!?
A 1920s-themed murder mystery dinner party! Organized by the Court House Teen Advisory Board, join us for pizza, veggies, and chocolate fondue as we try to figure out who killed Lord Heathcliff! Characters and scripts will be provided. Prizes for best costume and best acting will be awarded!

Open to grades 6th-12th. To register (to make sure we have enough pizza), call the Teen Department at 609-463-6340 or email teen@cmclibrary.org by February 13th!

Friday, February 15th.
4:30pm
Court House Library
Art @ the Library
KIDS
Art @ the Library
Words + Pictures = Picture Books. Kids ages 6-10 are invited to discover how authors work to create the magic found in children’s picture books. Each week children will become artists. Using their imagination and a variety of art mediums, they will create their own illustrations for a book. No registration necessary. For more information, call the Center for Community Arts at 609-884-7525.
The Music of Guy Lombardo
ADULT
The Music of Guy Lombardo
Join us for a Music Presentation by Rich Chiemingo from the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts on the music of Guy Lombardo. Lombardo was a Canadian-born American dance-band leader whose New Year's Eve radio and television broadcasts with his Royal Canadians became an American tradition for 48 years. Derided by some music critics as the "king of corn," Lombardo gained long-lasting popularity by conducting what was bulled as "the sweetest music this side of heaven." With his brother Carmen playing lead saxophone, his band introduced more than 300 songs and sold more than 250 recordings.

The Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts and Humanities (MAC) is a local organization, based in Cape May, New Jersey, which promotes the arts all throughout our area by offering local programs, educational opportunities, outreach, and more.

Thursday, January 17th
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Cape May City Library
CMCL Reads!
CMCL Reads!
Join the library’s annual reading challenge! Read or listen to books that fit the 12 categories – submit the form – win a prize! Paper copies are available at branches and there’s a printable version linked below and through our catalog. No age restrictions!
Practical Meditation for Intermediates
Adult
Practical Meditation for Intermediates
This 6 week workshop is designed for the intermediate yogi. In this workshop, students will learn the basics, dispel myths, and be able to create their own meditation practice which will bring moments of peace & clarity that they can take home and easily integrate into daily life.

Sylvia Lockwood grew up in Cape May and graduated from Lower Cape May Regional in 1984. She worked as a travel agent for 14 years immediately after high school and obtained her real estate license in 1999. She is currently a realtor, small business owner, and property manager. She resides in Cape May Court House with her husband Dan and two daughters. She has been practicing meditation and self-improvement since 2008.

Monday, January 28th
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Stone Harbor Library
LEGO-palooza!
KIDS
LEGO-palooza!
Are you as excited as we are for the LEGO Movie 2? If so, join us for a super sized LEGO Club! We will think, build, play, and share together all while watching the first LEGO Movie. All kids ages 5 - 12 and their loved ones are invited to join us at the Wildwood Crest Library on Saturday, January 26th. No registration required - just show up!
Pom-Pom Fun
TEEN
Pom-Pom Fun
Come learn how to make Pom Poms! Use them as a keychain, make a garland, or add some fun to your beanies. If you're feeling really adventurous you can try to make an animal pom-pom!
Open to grades 6-12. No Registration Required.
Wednesday, January 23rd. 4:00pm
Lower Cape Library
Girls Who Code Junior
TLC
Girls Who Code Junior
For 3rd to 5th graders.
8 week course meets Wednesdays . 5 - 5:45 PM from 1/23 to 3/13.
A re-run of our basic coding class aimed at getting girls interested in computer science. We follow the Girls Who Code curriculum, and work with the free online software Scratch from MIT.
Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization which aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science. The organization is working to close the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.
Fandom Frolic
TEEN
Fandom Frolic
The theme of this month's fandom frolic is Marvel! Join us as we celebrate all things Marvel, with a superhero celebration! Favorite characters, theories on what will happen in Avengers 4, snacks- we'll have it! Try a craft, learn new trivia, and learn about the comics behind the movies.
Open to grades 5-12.

Friday, January 25, 4:30pm at Court House Library
No Registration Required
Utility Assistance Day
ADULT
Utility Assistance Day
All patrons should bring Driver’s License and last month’s: Income, Gas bill, and Social Security Statement.

Each patron will be asked to fill out an application for assistance.

New Jersey SHARES, Inc. is a statewide non-profit corporation providing assistance to individuals and families in need of help meeting their energy and utility burden.

Through advocacy, community outreach, education, information and referral, we also connect low and moderate income households with available resources to meet their ongoing needs.

Joining us on the day of the event, we will be taking New Jersey SHARES applications. Eligibility is based on household size and income. Our clients are families and individuals who do not qualify for Federal and State assistance programs due to the household’s income. NJ SHARES grant amounts can be up to $700 for heating source (natural gas - including cooking gas and electric heat), and can be up to $700 for electric service.

Joining us at this event will be PRAC which is the Local LIHEAP Agency, they handle Low Income Energy Assistance. They are the local agency for Cape May County.

Atlantic City Electric will be onsite printing bills and helping people with payment arrangements if needed.

South Jersey Gas will be onsite printing bills and helping people with payment arrangements if needed.

WILDWOOD CREST - 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 16th. This library is located at 6300 Atlantic Avenue, Wildwood Crest.

UPPER CAPE – 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Thursday, January 17th. This library is located at 2050 Route 631, Petersburg.
Messy Masterpieces
KIDS
Messy Masterpieces
Toddlers ages 2-5 and their loved ones are invited to explore their creativity and make a mess at the library! This art program features stories and a sensory art project. No registration is required. Be sure to dress for mess!
Projector Loaning
TLC
Projector Loaning
We have an Epson VS250 Projector available for loan
Connect your laptop to project a slideshow or a DVD player and have a movie night!
This item is only available from the Technology Learning Center and must be picked up and dropped off at the Cape May Court House location.
For more information, please call us at 609-463-6341