Join us for Living History! Children and their loved ones are invited to learn about NJ's earliest culture on Saturday, April 27th at 1pm at the Sea Isle City Library. This program includes displays of buckskin regalia, museum quality artifacts, Q&A time, and much more! Ideal for ages 7 and up. No registration required.
“A Brief History of Peppers” is a happy romp through the varied and colorful history of peppers! Learn all about the search for plants that produce heat on the tongue and mild apoplexy for those not familiar with it. We start with the Roman black pepper industry, then go through its collapse due to Turkish attempts to starve the Europeans out of their spice habit, ending up with the Spaniards looking at Aztec temples and wondering what this is on their tacos.
Bernard Sypniewski was born some time ago and shortly thereafter he began gardening. His first crop was radishes. After school, his legal practice, and teaching at Rowan University (computer science), Bernard started building raised beds. He now has 3. Bernard especially likes tomatoes and peppers of all sorts, including wild ones. He has a fascination with anything old; hence the topic of the current talk.
Wednesday, May 1st
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Cape May Court House Library
The Teen Department is taking over the library! Join us for an after hours pizza party, complete with a chance to try out our Virtual Reality headsets, tie dye t-shirts (we will provide a white shirt for you!), and the exciting mystery game Two Rooms and a Boom.
Friday, May 10th
4:15pm - 10:00pm
Cape May Court House library
To participate, you MUST:
Be in grades 6-12. Turn in a signed permission form by Wedndesday, May 8th. Pick up a form at you favorite CMCLibrary Branch!
TLC On the Road
TLC On The Road
The Technology Learning Center takes their Walk in Wednesday On The Road
4/3/19 Wildwood Crest 10am-12pm
4/3/19 Cape May 1:30-3:30pm
4/10/19 Stone Harbor 10am-12pm
4/10/19 Sea Isle City 1:30pm-3:30pm
4/17/19 Woodbine 10am-12pm
4/17/19 Upper Township 1:30pm-3:30pm
Our popular 15 minute drop-in tech help, at your branch.
No appointment needed
Spring Break @the Library
Spend spring break at the library!
Grades 1st and up are invited for food and fun at the Lower Cape Library. We will create everything from trail mix to quesadillas. No registration is required - just show up!
Get ready, get set! Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are headed our way. They reached the Gulf Coast states (TX, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL) in late February / early March. They normally settle into Pat Sutton's wildlife gardens by mid- to late April. Is your yard ready for them? Where have they been all winter? In the Tropics! Why leave a tropical area with nectar and bugs a'plenty to return to New Jersey? Will more than one settle into a wildlife garden? Where is the nest? What does the female use to build her tiny nest?
Monday, April 29th 6:00p.m. - 7:30p.m. Cape May Court House library Registration is not required! Bring a friend!
Robots are taking over the Library! Schedule time to come and join in on the fun!
Enjoy hanging out with Dash, Dot, Cue, BB-8, Sphero, Ozobots, and Cozmo!
Call the TLC at 609-463-6341 to make an appointment!
Minecraft Club will feature a different activity every month! April’s activity will be: Designing a House
Minecraft is a game that focuses on creatively building and exploring, and helps kids build problem solving and planning skills.
A: Monday 4/1 5:00-6:00pm
B: Monday 4/1 6:30-7:30pm
C: Monday 4/15 5:00-6:00pm
D: Monday 4/15 6:30-7:30pm
Registration required, for ages 8-12, Please register for only one club per month.
Dance It Up!
All kids ages 7-11 are invited to this fun, stress free dance class! We’ll stretch, strengthen and learn the basics of dance at the Court House Library on Monday, April 22nd. No experience is necessary! At the end of each class we’ll do a small performance.
No registration needed – just show up!
The Business Connect Team from the United States Postal Service (USPS) specialize in helping people grow their business. They will be at the Cape May Court House Library to inform local business owners of how to advertise their business with USPS at a very low cost. The team will also speak of all the programs USPS has to offer every household in their community. There will be time for a question and answer period at the end of the event.
Tuesday, April 30th 1:30p.m. - 3:00p.m. Cape May Court House library Registration is not required! Bring a friend!