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Halloween Movie Classics
ADULT
Halloween Movie Classics
From Nosferatu to Norman Bates, we have been fascinated with horror since the dawning age of moving film. This multimedia presentation explores the things that go bump in the night and why we pay to see them on the big screen!

Wednesday, October 30th
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cape May Court House Library
STEAM Club
TLC
STEAM Club
Friday 10/25 5:30-6:30pm at the Court House Library

Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math at our monthly STEAM club. We feature fun activities, awesome experiments, and guest speakers.
This month we will experiment with candy

For ages 8 to 14, registration required
Costume Storytime
KIDS
Costume Storytime
Join us for costumes, books, dancing, and more!

Kids ages 0-5 and their loved ones are invited to wear their favorite costumes and join us for books, songs, dancing, and a costume parade through the library!

No registration is required - just show up!
The Final Solution
adult
The Final Solution
The Final Solution – Film & Discussion , “Conspiracy”
Presented by Robert Holden

About the Wannsee Conference held on 20 January, 1942.

The film will be shown and discussed by Mr. Holden. This event at the Wannsee Villa in Berlin staged the decision for what Goebbels called, “The Final Solution to the Jewish Question”

This film starring Kenneth Branagh as Reinhard Heydrich is recognized as the best, with the film based on the one copy of the meeting’s secreted transcript taken at the time.

Robert F. Holden is a senior adjunct professor of history at Atlantic Cape Community College focusing on Holocaust and Genocide Studies and a committee member of the South Jersey Holocaust Coalition.

Thursday, October 17th
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Stone Harbor Library
Minecraft Club
TLC
Minecraft Club
Minecraft Club has different activity every month! This month’s activity will be Survival Islands.
Minecraft is a game that focuses on creatively building and exploring, and helps kids build problem solving and planning skills.
A: Monday 11/4 5:00-6:00pm B: Monday 11/4 6:30-7:30pm
Registration required, for ages 8-12, Please register for only 1 club per month.
Revenge of the Ramen
Teen
Revenge of the Ramen
Court House Library
Friday, October 11, 4:30pm

Get your taste buds ready! We are fancying up instant ramen noodles for a customized (and cheap) dining experience. Eggs? Cabbage? Cheese? Which interesting combination will you try?

For grades 5-12. No registration required.
Frozen Party
KIDS
Frozen Party
Family Movie Night!

Get ready for the release of Frozen II with a special sing-along showing of Frozen! Come dressed as your favorite character and enjoy popcorn and hot chocolate.

Friday, November 8th at 6pm at the Court House Library. No registration is required - just show up!
Halloween Crafts
Teen
Halloween Crafts
The best night of the year is here! Get in the spirit of things with some Halloween Crafting at the Court House Library!

Melted Crayon Pumpkins
Friday, October 18, 4:30pm
Crayons + Heat Gun + Pumpkin = ART

Halloween Perler Beads
Friday October 25, 4:30pm
Make your design in plastic beads, then use an iron to fuse them together and take it home!
For grades 5-12. No registration required.
Anime Clubs
Teen
Anime Clubs
Now at the Court House and Lower libraries!

Come Watch anime, read manga, and talk to other anime & manga fans. We will also have manga drawing books, crafts, and snacks available.

Open to all fans of manga and anime grades 5-12. (Or if you're curious and want to learn more!)

Lower Township Branch
October 9th, 3pm

Court House Branch
October 15th, 4:30pm
Holocaust Survivors
adult
Holocaust Survivors
This presentation will discuss the leaders of countries ( Germany, Italy, Poland, France, Holland, Russia eta al.) during the Holocaust and how they helped or hindered the destruction of the Jews. It will also deal with the attitudes of the aforementioned countries population with respect to the Shoah.

Dr. William Reszelbach will lead an in-depth discussion with a focus on corporations that assisted the Nazi regime during World War II. Lecture will encompass one hour, followed by Q&A time. Learn more about Dr. Reszelbach at www.soundsoftheholocaust.com

Dr. William Reszelbach is a child of holocaust survivors. He is a former school teacher, chiropractor, businessman, certified hypnotherapist and lecturer. He has lectured on the holocaust at temples and libraries.

Wednesday, October 23rd
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cape May Court House Library
Walk In Wednesday
TLC
Walk In Wednesday
Need Tech Help?
Walk In Wednesday is every Wednesday at the library in Cape May Court House from 9am to 3pm.

We also go "On the Road" and visit some of our other locations.

11/6/19 Wildwood Crest 10am-12pm
11/6/19 Cape May 1:30-3:30pm
11/13/19 Stone Harbor 10am-12pm
11/13/19 Sea Isle City 1:30pm-3:30pm

Need Direction? Our popular 15 minute drop-in tech help, at your branch.
No appointment needed