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Medicaid Planning
Adult
Medicaid Planning

Presented by Lexis & Stephen Cristal

Friday, February 3rd
11:00am - 12:00pm
Lower Township Library

People clip coupons to save thirty cents on a supermarket item but will not visit a lawyer to save thirty thousand dollars in Asset Protection from Medicaid. Why? Because they are familiar with one and unfamiliar with the other. The purpose of this talk is to make you familiar with the many ways to save big money through ordinary legal maneuvering.
Makers Day NJ
TLC
Makers Day NJ
Celebrating makers of all types and ages! Come learn how you can be a maker too!
Lots of workshops and events including many community partners.

Saturday, March 25, 10 am- 3pm No registration required
Beth Ferry Visit
KIDS
Beth Ferry Visit
Children's author, Beth Ferry will share with us her brand new children's book, THE UMBRELLA on Saturday, April 1st at 10am at the Court House Library!

We hope you can join us for this special event! Children 4 and up and their caregivers are invited to meet author Beth Ferry! Beth will conduct a story time for attendees, read 2-3 books, talk about the writing process, and answer questions. Bonus fun: there will be snacks and a craft.

Beth is New Jersey native who's the author of over 25 children's books. For more information about Beth and her writing checkout her website https://www.bethferry.com/
Yarnia
TLC
Yarnia
Fellowship and support for your favorite yarn craft!
Bring your own project, or call for a list of items to purchase to knit or crochet a simple washcloth. Instructor Michelle will be available to teach beginner knit and crochet, or give help with your pattern.

Every Tuesday 6-7:30pm in the TLC Makerspace.
Abraham Lincoln
Adult
Abraham Lincoln

Instructed by Robert Holden

Monday, February 6th
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Stone Harbor Library

Abraham Lincoln – A personal perspective of one of America’s Greatest Presidents

In commemoration of Lincoln’s birth on Feb. 12th, 1809, Mr. Holden will give a special presentation with photos, Lincoln books, and objects about President Lincoln, his life and Presidency, ending in his tragic assassination in April of 1865.
Several movie clips will be shown demonstrating how we have come to look at this great man in so many different ways since the early 20th century.
We will also discuss why some statues of Lincoln have been attacked and defaced by ignorant, misguided, Americans.
Valentine's Dance
KIDS
Valentine's Dance
The Valentine’s Day Music, Bubble and Comedy Show!

“All You Need Is Love!” The Valentine’s Day Music, Bubble and Comedy Show is a charming “turtle-riffic” musical experience that is designed to engage children through songs about love, movement activities, big giant bubbles, children’s stories, and interactive music technology! The show is crafted to be inclusive for all children, including children on the Autism Spectrum, and a great time for parents and caregivers! Each song in the show is accompanied by hands-on, visual, and sensory experiences designed to help kids learn and have fun at the same time.

Catch Turtle Dance Music on Tuesday, February 14th at 10am at the Upper Cape Library and 1pm at the Court House Library. Please contact the Children's Department with any questions by calling (609) 463-6350 x300 or by emailing [email protected]
Lip Scrub
Adult
Lip Scrub

with Donna & Tori Tomlin

Wednesday, February 8th
2:30pm - 3:30pm
Cape May Court House Library

Lips scrubs are used to keep your lips soft and healthy. During this class, we will be learning about the benefits of several essential oils and creating your own lip scrub to take home!

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

Paper Roses
TEEN
Paper Roses
SPECIAL TEEN EVENT! Friday, February 10th at 3:30 PM Looking for that last minute Valentine's Day gift? check out our Paper Rose Craft. Learn about the meaning of different colored roses as well as how to make a beautiful paper flower for someone special! All materials are included. Snacks will be provided!
Springwatch
adult
Springwatch

Presented by the Cape May Bird Observatory

Wednesday, February 8th
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Lower Township Library



Join the Cape May Bird Observatory’s Migration Count Coordinator, Tom Reed, to learn about the newest long-term seasonal research project, Springwatch! This site in Cape May Point is perfectly positioned to capture the diversity and quantity of this bird migration phenomenon, involving over 100 species and 100,000+ individuals. By the end of this program, you’ll understand the significance of this flyway and leave knowing more about the various songbird, shorebird, raptor, and seabird species that utilize it.
LEGO Club
KIDS
LEGO Club
Play, think, build, and share!

Build your own LEGO creation at the library! Each month, we'll have a different theme to inspire potential LEGO Master Builders.

All kids ages 5-12 are welcome.

No registration necessary- just show up!
Memory Cafe
adult
Memory Cafe

with Brookdale Senior Living Solutions

Monday, February 13th
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Cape May Court House Library

* ALL ATTENDEES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A CAREGIVER/FAMILY MEMBER AT ALL TIMES*

The Cape May County Library invites the public to join in Memory Café presented by Stacy Mason and Jessica Silva. This event will take place on the third Monday of every month at the Court House Library located at 30 Mechanic St.
Our Memory Café is a place for those experiencing memory loss, as well as their caregivers and family members, to find relaxation, fun, and support from other people who are having similar experiences.
Entertainment, games, crafts, music, and movement, are a few of the activities we will be offering. Refreshments will be served.

*Please note: Those who would like to attend, must be accompanied by a caregiver or family member.