Come in and learn to play a new board game. Try King of Tokyo, Code Names or Wingspan. Have a great game that you'd like to share? Bring it on!
No registration required, drop in to the Co-op room on Thursdays from 6 pm-7:30 pm
Resistance to the Nazis
Instructed by Robert Holden
Resistance to the Nazis (Both within Germany and in conquered countries)
Film clips – Defiance, Escape from Sobibor, Sophie Scholl in Germany: the Final Days.
Many are unaware of any resistance against the Nazis, except for the courageous German army soldiers who attempted to murder Hitler. Attenders will come to know stories about the scope of Resistance during the Holocaust.
Monday, February 5th
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Stone Harbor Library
You need not attend all sessions, but you MUST register for each session you plan to attend.
This is a 4-class series being held on Tuesdays, 1pm-3pm at the Sea Isle City Library:
Throughout this series of classes we will explore a variety of art media and techniques creating projects inspired by nature and/or using natural materials. A sampling of tentative projects includes mushroom terrarium lamp, nature mobile, and more. Each week participants will get a short list of materials, supplies, or any decoratives they may want to include in their handcrafted artwork for the following week.
No experience necessary! The projects are easy and fun! Let your creative nature fly!
Kids from 8 to 12 years old are invited to come learn to crochet, and keep coming back to further their skills.
We make hats, scarves, blankets, toys and more!
Looking to test your puzzle-solving skills? Join us at one of our themed Escape Rooms at the location below to solve our puzzles and win prizes!
Rescheduled! Court House: 2/22 @ 3 PM
Wildwood Crest: 2/26 @ 5:30 PM
Aaron Reynolds Visit
Join us for a hilarious and interactive online presentation by children's author, Aaron Reynolds on Friday, February 23rd at 10am, online via GoToMeeting!
This author visit is best suited for children in 2nd grade and up.
Please provide an email address when registering. We will send the GoToMeeting link the day before the event. Teachers are encouraged to register as a class. Any questions or for more information please contact the Children's Department at [email protected] or (609) 463-6350 x300.
Aaron Reynolds is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and has written many highly acclaimed books for kids including Creepy Pair of Underwear, Dude, the Fart Quest series, the Incredibly Dead Pets of Rex Dexter, and the Caldecott Honor medalist Creepy Carrots. He has a passion for kids’ books and seeing kids reading them. He regularly makes time for school visits, where his hilarious and hands-on presentations keep kids spellbound. He lives in Chicago with his wife, two kids, four cats, and anywhere between zero and ten goldfish, depending on the day.
**All registrants will be entered in a raffle drawing to win a classroom pack of Aaron Reynolds books!**
Tom Brett and Bill Felix play a mixture of Irish and American folk, some baby boomer era acoustic rock, and bluegrass. They performed about 80 shows during 2023 and have done at least 600 together overall since 2011, and many virtually during the pandemic. The duo is the house band at Josie Kelly's Public House in Somers Point, holding a weekly acoustic session (Sundays 1pm-4pm) and a monthly three hour show (First Fridays). They have even performed in Ireland!
Tuesday, February 6th
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cape May Court House Library
Save the date, Saturday March 16th the Cape May Court House Library will be hosting the 10th annual New Jersey Makers Day lots of workshops and events to come, with many community partners.
New Jersey Makers Day inspires and activates libraries to showcase and highlight STEM and maker culture, enhancing life-long learning while celebrating makers of all types and ages! Come learn how you can be a maker too!
"America's Best Idea". Presented by Colleen Rossi
Have you ever considered visiting the 63 United States National Parks? National Parks are unique places to visit in our county with unique geological features, diverse ecosystems and amazing recreational opportunities. Whether it’s Acadia National Park in Maine or the Redwood Forest in California, you will walk away from this class inspired to plan your next trip. Participants will all receive a map of the United States with locations of all 63 National Parks.
Thursday, February 8th
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Cape May Court House Library