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Felt Succulents
TLC
Felt Succulents
Tuesday, July 2nd, stop in to learn how to use our Cricut Maker - the amazing cutting system that can do so many things! You can make cards, 3D paper designs, vinyl stickers, iron on transfers, and more. Each month we will feature a small take home craft. You can also schedule time to work on your own projects, and bring your own materials.
Career Development
Adult
Career Development

Career Development: Using Google Workspace


Presented by Trina Byrd


This virtual event will be held on Zoom. Make sure to register with a valid email address!
Please note: Zoom links are sent manually by the Adult Events Department. In order to ensure all registrants receive their link in time, registration for virtual events will close 1 day prior to the start of the event. If you missed the deadline but still wish to attend, please call us at 609-463-6350 x700.


Are you looking for a new job but need to brush up on your job search and technology skills? Join us for this 60-minute virtual presentation, which will focus on the following:
-What is Google Workspace?
-Using Google Gmail, Contacts, and Drive to manage your job search
-Using Google Docs and Slides to create your Job Search package
-Using Google Sheets to manage the financial side of your Job Search

Wednesday, July 6th
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Zoom
Magic Chad
Kids
Magic Chad
Enjoy the magic and illusions of magician Chad Juros!

He will entertain and amaze with his magic tricks.

This is a children's Summer Reading Challenge event, best suited for ages 4-10! All Children's Summer Reading Events will be taking place outside. In case of rain, the event will take place inside of the library.

For more information, including dates and locations, please click the button below or contact the Children's Department by calling (609) 463-6350 x300 or by emailing [email protected]
Summer Reading Bingo
TEEN
Summer Reading Bingo

Get your Teen Summer Reading Bingo Sheets here!



Just click the button below and you will be able to access the Teen Summer Reading Bingo Sheet.

Print it out, complete the activities, fill out the form on the back, and bring it back to any Cape May County Library Branch! Once submitted, you will be entered into a prize drawing of your choice!

You can also register on Beanstack by clicking on the "Reading Challenges" button on the Teen Department's home page.
Makers Club
TLC
Makers Club
Each month, we will feature a new craft in this makers club for adults.

This month: Sun Catchers. Using clear pony beads, wooden skewers, and fishing line, we will make beautiful art to hang in a window or outside. All materials will be provided, registration required!
4H Fair
TLC
4H Fair
The 4H fair is a summertime event held this July 21st-23rd. While visiting the fairgrounds be sure to visit the Cape May County Library’s booth in the Lockwood center for exciting crafts and projects such as a life-sized Minecraft exhibit, games, and crafts!
Summer Reading Events
TEEN
Summer Reading Events

Check out these awesome events brought to you by the Teen Department!

Court House Branch
  • Ink Portal: Our Summer take on Creative Hour! Every Monday @ 4PM
  • Game Night: Sponsored by our LGBTeen+ Club! Join us for games and snacks! Thursday, July 14th @ 4PM
  • Kindness Rocks: Sponsored by our TAB! Join us for rock painting and placement! Thursday, July 21st @ 4PM
  • Crushed Seashell Luminaries: This beachy craft adds the perfect accent for any room! Thursday, July 28th @ 4PM
Stone Harbor Branch
  • Creative Hour: Thursday, July 28th @ 3PM
Sea Isle City Branch
  • Creative Hour: Friday, July 29th @ 2:30PM
Chef Drew Gandley
Adult
Chef Drew Gandley
Daily Bread - Wing a Ding, Ding
with Chef Drew Gandley

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own food-safe containers to bring samples home.
All events are tentatively scheduled and may change. Please refer to the CMCL Online Events Calendar, the CMCL website, or follow us on social media for any and all updates.

Wing a Ding, Ding!
Oven Baked chicken wings and sauces to go with them.

Note: If you don't make the list for this session, this menu will be repeated at the Wildwood Crest branch on Wednesday 7/13 at 5:30pm!

Tuesday, July 5th
1:00pm - 3:30pm
Stone Harbor Library
Family Movie Afternoon
Kids
Family Movie Afternoon
Watch a movie with us! Popcorn will be provided!

Tired of the hot sun? Families are invited to join us for a movie in the air-conditioned library! Find dates and locations by clicking the button below.

For more information, please contact the Children's Department by calling (609) 463-6350 x300 or by emailing [email protected]
Chef Mark Kalla
Adult
Chef Mark Kalla
Cape Cuisine: Jersey Fresh
with Mark Kalla


Featuring local, farm-market produce!

All events are tentatively scheduled and may change. Please refer to the CMCL Online Events Calendar, the CMCL website, or follow us on social media for any and all updates. Join us to learn some recipes that will feature some of the fresh, local produce that our area has to offer! Corn, tomatoes, berries, and other in-season produce will be featured.
Note: If you don't make the list for this session, this menu will be repeated at the Stone Harbor branch on Wednesday 7/20 at 11am!
Mark Kalla is a retired chef, formerly the head chef at Green Cuisine Restaurant in Stone Harbor, and also ran his own restaurant, The Barrier Island Inn. He was also been the executive chef at The Backyard Restaurant, and later for Fish Tales, as well as Head Chef and Sommelier at Natali Vineyards.

Wednesday, July 6th
11:00am - 1:00pm
Cape May Court House Library
Pirates: Lost at Sea
Kids
Pirates: Lost at Sea
Talewise tells a story of pirates... with SCIENCE!

Ahoy! Set sail with us this summer on a thrilling action-packed adventure about a crew of quirky pirates marooned on a desert island. With mutiny and high-tide looming, they must rescue their salty captain and find a way to repair their ship before all hope is lost … at sea!

Throughout the story, volunteers from the audience will help us explore the incredible science behind clouds, combustion, air pressure and more through amazing Next Generation Science experiments — all conducted with help from audience volunteers!

This is a children's Summer Reading Challenge event, best suited for ages 5-10! All Children's Summer Reading Events will be taking place outside. In case of rain, the event will take place inside the Library.

For more information, including dates and locations, please click the button below or contact the Children's Department by calling (609) 463-6350 x300 or by emailing [email protected]