TLC On The Road
The Technology Learning Center takes their Walk in Wednesday On The Road
5/1/19 Wildwood Crest 10am-12pm
5/1/19 Cape May 1:30-3:30pm
5/8/19 Stone Harbor 10am-12pm
5/8/19 Sea Isle City 1:30pm-3:30pm
5/15/19 Woodbine 10am-12pm
5/15/19 Upper Township 1:30pm-3:30pm
Our popular 15 minute drop-in tech help, at your branch.
No appointment needed
Butterflies, bumblebees, moths and other creatures help pollinate over 75% of our flowering plants and crops, contributing to over $29 billion in crops each year. Currently many species of pollinators are struggling to survive. Join Blaine Rothauser of the Conserve Wildlife Foundation on a photogenic tour of the world of pollinators in New Jersey, exploring why pollinators are crucial to our environment, health, food systems and economy. Learn how to help the declining species of New Jersey pollinators with simple steps we can take to protect them in our own backyard.
Blaine Rothauser is a Senior Natural Resource Specialist with GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc., specializing in Threatened and Endangered (T&E) species analysis and environmental impact studies. He is a professional conservation biologist with over 26 years of experience in wetland ecology and conversation management of natural resources. Mr. Rothauser is well-versed in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (NJDEP’s) Wetland, Floodplain CAFRA, Water Quality Management, Highland, and Pineland Act Rules. He has performed and overseen numerous wetlands and floodplain delineations for a wide range of private and public sector clients throughout the state. Mr. Rothauser’s primary interest is in rare species community structure as it relates to the geophysiographic provinces of New Jersey.
Put on your dancing shoes and come ready to show off your best moves! All kids ages 2-7 and their loved ones are welcome to join us on Saturday, May 18th & Saturday, June 29th and make some noise at the Court House Library. No registration required - just show up!
Calling all superheroes, princesses, princes, and dragons!
Children ages 2 - 8 and their loved ones are invited to join us Saturday, June 1st from 1pm-3pm at the Stone Harbor Library. Dress up and join the fun! Be sure to put on your fanciest attire or strongest cape and join us for crafts, photo ops, and more while Elsa & Spider-Man lead us in the superhero/princess pledge.
No registration is required - just show up!
Knit with the Knitwits
Join us every Tuesday 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Instructor on hand to teach beginner knit or crochet, or call to get help with a pattern.
Call for a list of items to purchase, practice with our materials, or bring your work in progress and craft
Adults ages 18+
No registration required
Given their amazing advances in transportation, communication, science, and technology, the Victorians thought they were the masters of nature. All this Victorian hubris was symbolized by the unsinkable Titanic. Learn how much of that hubris of the Victorians sunk with the ship. Also available are programs on the music played on the Titanic and the fashion show of what was worn on this epic cruise.
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, June 6th
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cape May Court House
Join the Teen Department for weekly game (tabletop and electronic!) nights. Available at the Court House and Lower libraries. For grades 5-12. No registration required.
Everyone is aware of the nuisance factor mosquitoes create. This is especially important in Cape May County due to the influx of tourists during the summer season. In addition, mosquitoes are capable of transmitting disease. The Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control is acutely aware of this potential. Join us at the Cape May County Library to learn more!
The Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control's objective is to manage mosquito populations using an integrated control approach, stressing environmental safety, economics, efficacy, research and surveillance in order to protect the health and welfare of the citizens and visitors of Cape May County.
Kyle Rossner, entomologist with the Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control will discuss the basics of mosquito biology and how the Department works to monitor and manage mosquito populations throughout the county.
The presentation will be followed by an open discussion and Q&A.
The Cape May County Department of Mosquito Control's objective is to manage mosquito populations using an integrated control approach according to the New Jersey Health Statutes, Chapter 26:9; stressing environmental safety, economics, efficacy, research and surveillance in order to protect the health and welfare of the citizens and visitors of Cape May County.
Friday, May 31st
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Lower Cape Library
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Calling all Master Builders!
Kids aged 5 to 12 years old are invited to join our LEGO Club! We’ll use books for inspiration, and then build, build, build! Parents are encouraged to stay through the meetings and build with their kids. No registration is required.
May 11, 10am to 2pm
Scratch is our favorite online coding software that’s free, fun, and easy to use, for ages 8 and up.
You’ll learn to animate your name, or make a catching game.
We’ll have a selection of robots, some games on the Vive virtual reality system, and snacks to keep you motivated!
No registration required