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Brainfuse
KIDS
Brainfuse
Brainfuse HelpNow is an all-in-one suite of tutoring services! Designed for a wide range of academic needs, Brainfuse can help with a tough homework problem, mastering a particular topic, writing a paper, and more.

Services include expert academic tutoring and self-study tools to empower users to study at their own pace or collaborate with peers and teachers.
Teen Game Nights
TEEN
Teen Game Nights
Teen Game Nights are back!
Thursdays, 3pm
Court House Library Pocket Park

We're back, but we're doing things a bit differently for right now. We'll meet every Thursday (weather permitting) in the pocket park for a big group game. Can't wait to see you all again!

Game Schedule:

9/16 - Werewolves at Miller's Hollow in the Park

9/23 - Two Rooms and a Boom in the Park

9/30 - Murder Mystery in the Park

Contact the Teen Department at [email protected] if you have any questions.
Messy Masterpieces
KIDS
Messy Masterpieces
Messy Masterpieces are back for the fall!

Kids ages 2-8 are invited to join us for this outdoor sensory art program 🎨 Registration is encouraged.

Please contact the Children's Department with any questions by calling (609) 463-6350 x300 or by emailing [email protected]
Path to Nazi Genocide
Adult
Path to Nazi Genocide
The Path to Nazi Genocide
presented by Robert Holden
European Antisemitism from its Origins, to the Holocaust & The Path to Nazi Genocide

Monday, September 13th
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Stone Harbor Library

All in-person 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.

Registration is limited, required, and now open.
In this presentation, Mr. Holden will be using DVDs created by the USHMM in Washington, DC. He will discuss the origins of antisemitism throughout history leading up to today and the fiercely antisemitic path that the Nazis took on their way to attempting to eradicate the European Jews.
Storytime
KIDS
Storytime
Kids ages 0-5 and their loved ones are invited to join us for in-person, outdoor storytimes! Check out our calendar for dates and registration information.

Registration is encouraged. Contact the Children's Department with any questions by calling (609) 463-6350 x300 or by emailing [email protected]
Cooking with Carolyn
Adult
Cooking with Carolyn
Cooking with Carolyn
with Carolyn Vinci
Theme TBD

Thursday, September 30th
5pm – 7pm
Stone Harbor Library

All in-person 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.

Registration is limited, required, and opens Thursday, September 16th, at 9am.

Theme TBD. All samples will be pre-packaged to be taken home.

Carolyn Vinci has written food columns for a Gannet newspaper, taught cooking to children and founded an animal advocacy organization. She retired after 32 years of working with the developmentally disabled and is enjoying gardening, attempting to play the violin and cooking. While finding healthy and tasty new ways to prepare food is fun, honoring traditions is important at the Vinci table. Carolyn is excited to bring her ideas to the classroom and looks forward to sharing with and learning from her classes.
Minecraft Club
TLC
Minecraft Club
Are you a fan of our Minecraft Club? This event is for you!
This month’s theme is Build the Perfect Survival Fort!
Contact us at [email protected] or 609-463-6350, extension 600. We will send you info to log in to the library's Minecraft server. Please note that this event is only available on a pc or laptop, not on mobile devices. You also need to have your own Minecraft user name - call us to find out how to get one.
Marshallville Schoolhouse
Adult
Marshallville Schoolhouse
The Marshallville One-Room Schoolhouse
Learn with Historic Cold Spring Village

Thursday, September 30th
12pm – 1pm
CMCH Library

All in-person 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.

Registration is limited, required, and opens Thursday, September 16th, at 9am.

Experience a day in the life of a 19th century student in this one-room schoolhouse! The school master or mistress will depict a typical child’s day at school in the 1800s.

The Marshallville small, one-room schoolhouse was probably erected around 1850 and is typical of the schools built in the first half of the 19th century throughout America, having little architectural establishment and a simple floor plan. It originally served the children in Marshallville, a small town formed around a glass window factory that operated there from 1814 to the late 1800s. It’s gable-fronted form reflects the Greek Revival style, and restoration work on the structure was performed by a local carpenter who used 19th century tools and techniques.
3D Printing
TLC
3D Printing
Have you checked out our 3D printers yet? Bring in your own 3D file or browse thingiverse.com or youmagine.com to find 3D models ready to go!
Printing cost only $1 to use the machine and $0.05 per gram of material used in the final product.
The TLC staff are available Monday through Thursday 9 AM to 7 PM and Friday and Saturday from 9 AM to 4 PM. Appointments are required.

To make an appointment please contact the Technology Learning center via phone or email at 609-463-6350 ext.600 or [email protected]
Teen Volunteering
Teen
Teen Volunteering
We're looking for Teen Volunteers!

Our Teen Volunteer Program will be back up and running starting in September. You can earn community service hours throughout the school year by helping us at the library!

Attend a teen volunteer orientation to learn about the program and to choose from one of our available jobs.

Orientations are held each month. Please email [email protected] to register.

This month's orientation is Tuesday, September 21st, at 3pm in the Court House Library.

Visit the Volunteer Program page on our Teen website to learn more!
Meditate & Create
Adult
Meditate & Create
Meditate & Create
with Christine Kortze
Are you ready to bring freedom, fun, and flow into your life?

Wednesday, September 15th
10am-1pm
On GoToMeeting

Please be sure to provide a valid email address during registration, in order to receive the link to the event.

Registration is limited, required, and open now.

In this 3-hour class, we are going to let go of the outside world, to begin the process of shifting from your busy ‘to-do list’ mind, to your love-based, creative mind, in order to discover an inner-world that has answers you didn’t even know you were searching for.
Through meditation, you will be guided to the deepest depths of your soul. We will explore, question, play, and discover your inner universe- your wise, inner voice. You will then be guided to journal and paint (no artistic ability is necessary), sinking into the joy of simply creating, as you infuse your canvas with positive energy, hopes, and dreams.