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TLC On the Road
TLC
TLC On the Road
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
Pollinators in Peril
ADULT
Pollinators in Peril
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.

Thursday, June 6th
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Lower Cape Library
Family Dance Party
KIDS
Family Dance Party
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!
Superhero Princess Party
KIDS
Superhero Princess Party
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!
Knitting
TLC
Knitting
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
No-Fuss Wildlife Pond
ADULT
No-Fuss Wildlife Pond
Frogs, toads, and dragonflies all need freshwater ponds for egg laying to create future generations. Even a tiny pond will attract and support them.

Learn what a true wildlife pond is and how simple it is to create - with no need for running water, filters, fish, and all the fuss. Pat Sutton, long-time wildlife gardener, will share the basics of how to create a wildlife pond and, even more importantly, how to maintain it so that wildlife benefits.

Pat Sutton has keenly studied the natural world for over 40 years (as the naturalist at the Cape May Point State Park in the 1970s and 1980s and for 21 years, until 2007, as the naturalist and program director at the Cape May Bird Observatory). Pat has an undergraduate degree in Literature and a Masters Degree in Environmental Education. She and her husband (Clay Sutton) wrote the landmark book, Birds and Birding at Cape May (2006), the in-depth result of their efforts over many years documenting and protecting the migration and the Cape May area that they so love. Other books by Pat and Clay include How to Spot Butterflies (1999), How to Spot Hawks & Eagles (1996), and How to Spot an Owl (1994). Today Pat is a free-lance writer, naturalist, educator, lecturer, and wildlife habitat / conservation gardening champion. Her own wildlife garden is a teaching garden included on many tours and featured in programs and workshops she teaches. For more information go to Pat and Clay’s website: www.patsuttonwildlifegarden.com

Monday, May 20th
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cape May Court House
Teen Game Night
Teen
Teen Game Night
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.
Rainbow Salad Bowl
ADULT
Rainbow Salad Bowl
This month, Georgia will make a rainbow salad bowl incorporating greens can be harvested from the back yard. We will learn how nature provides foods that help the body naturally cleanse and detoxify oneself. After a long winter with heavier foods it is time to eat a seasonal diet.

Then we will explore how to making your own salad dressings. Commercial salad dressing use inferior oils. Making our own dressings is easy and gives us variety and complexity of flavors that can change your salad or grain bowl.

Georgia Saler, RDN, is an experienced Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist. She is the founder/owner of Vitality Nutrition and Wellness Center in Linwood, New Jersey. Vitality is a new community that offers an array of services to heal and improve the quality of your life. They provide private nutrition counseling, group nutrition and cooking classes, yoga, barre classes and meditation sessions.

Thursday, May 16
11:00am - 1:00pm
Stone Harbor Library
Teen Social Media
Teen
Teen Social Media
Need book recommendations? Want to see what the Teen Department has been up to? Follow us on social media!
On Instagram: @cmclteen
On YouTube: cmclibrary
On Facebook: Cape May County Library
On Snapchat: cmclibrary
LEGO Club
KIDS
LEGO Club
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.
STEAM Engine Saturday
TLC
STEAM Engine Saturday
STEAM Saturday
Scratch Day
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