Save the date!

We’re getting ready here at the library for Saturday, May 7, 2022 – Arts in the Village Market Day is back!

Kids, please stop by the library before to help us design paper birds that will create our own special work of art behind the library!

Once again, this year, the library will be holding a GIANT book sale. Browse the books, then grab a cup of coffee, a delicious baked snack and sit down and relax at Sally’s Cafe!

Sunday is Mother’s Day – Kids are invited (between 10am-2pm) to create a beautiful bracelet or fan and card for Mom on her special day.


It looks like it should be another beautiful spring week and we’re continuing to celebrate with new books, fun crafts and getting outdoors to enjoy this wonderful season!

Our 4 & 5 year old artists painted a Spring Meadow last week – without paintbrushes!

This past Thursday was the perfect day for making and flying kites!
Ready to fly!

Next week is spring break for many of the schools in the area. Ms. Kim will be on vacation so the regular Wednesday Story Hours will be cancelled, as will the Thursday Story/Art.

But, be sure to stop by and say HELLO to Ms. Gwenn, pick up a few books for your holiday reading, and see what kind of project might be in store.

Looking Ahead…

Next month is going to be full of activity in town and at the library.

Arts in the Village is May 7th. Main Street will be closed to traffic and filled with artists and craftsmen, plants, food and music! Details soon…

That day, here at the library, we’ll be having a book sale, Sally’s Cafe and a Mother’s Day craft for the kids.

And don’t forget about the Memorial Day Parade. Once again, the library will be having the Bike Brigade. Children are invited to come before the parade and decorate their bicycles to ride in the parade. Or bring your bike already decorated.

Be sure to stop by the library for Lemonade and cookies after (or during) the parade!

Welcome spring!

Flowers are blooming, the birds are singing, everything says it’s Spring (except the temperature!)!

Stop by the library and pick up a few books to enjoy while doing a little armchair gardening. Or pick up a gardening book and actually begin to plan that garden. Or, just sit in the sunshine and enjoy a good book!

Don’t forget Ms. Kim’s Wednesday morning story hour. The stories begin at 10:30 so please try to be on time!

When you visit the Children’s Library, don’t forget to add a link to Ms. Kim’s chain of hope for Ukraine. Show you support the people of Ukraine, add a note to your link and continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers for peace.

Thursday Fun for 4’s & 5’s

Our Thursday group of 4 & 5 year old children started gardening by making water jug greenhouses. We learned all about daffodils, created beautiful cut painted paper daffodil pictures and received a bag of bulbs to plant at home.

We can’t wait to get outdoors for a few springtime projects. Children ages 4 & 5 are welcome. Thursday afternoons, 1:30 pm. Registration please 609-859-9002 or 609-859-3598.

Things are happening in the Children’s Library!

Wednesday morning Story Hour is at 10:30 a.m. Give us a call and let us know you’re coming!

Be sure to stop by the Children’s Library to Celebrate Read Across America with Ms.Kim!

Ms. Gwenn’s Thursday afternoon group of 4&5 year old artists created a beautiful watercolor winter tree landscape.

Next Thursday we hope to get outdoors and start our jug greenhouses for the butterfly garden!

Registration required.

We strongly request participants wear masks for all indoor activities.

We LOVE our library!

February, sure it’s cold, sometimes dreary but the perfect time to get cozy with a great book!

If you’re looking to get out with the little ones, Miss Kim will be starting up story hour on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 a.m. Be sure to let her know you’re interested.

Don’t forget Valentine’s Day is Monday. Stop by the Children’s Library to make a Valentine card and craft.

Masks please for library gatherings!

Saturday snowstorm?

Due to predicted weather conditions the library will be CLOSED tomorrow, Saturday, January 29, 2022.

It should be a perfect day to cozy up with a good book. Or, if we get 6-12 inches of snow, maybe save the book and hot chocolate for after sledding.

Have fun but stay safe!

Looking ahead 2022

We hope the pandemic will slow, and are making plans to resume our Wednesday morning story hour.  Details soon.

The Adult library is open regular hours, Monday through Thursday, 10 am to 6 pm and the Children’s Library is open Monday through Thursday, 12 pm to 5 pm.

We continue to offer curbside service, 11 am to 4 pm.

Be sure to stop by the Children’s Library to meet Mrs. Pew.   Mrs. Pew (or Ms Kim) is looking forward to meeting everyone.and sharing a special story tour of Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.  

The exhibit was created by the Vincentown Garden Club for the annual Christmas tour at the Smithville Mansion – the kids are sure to love it!

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Observed the third Monday in January, celebrating the life and achievements of the Civil Rights leader, as well as a commitment to service

Burlington County residents are encouraged to join thousands of Americans across the country honoring Dr. King’s memory by participating in service projects in their communities. Together, we will remember his legacy of tolerance, peace and equality by making the holiday “a day on, not a day off.”

The Burlington County Library System invites you to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The library, in partnership with the Volunteer Center of Burlington County, will host the 16th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Challenge on Monday, Jan. 17 from 10 am to 3 pm, at the headquarters location of the Burlington County Library in Westampton.

Weather or not?

Will we have snow Thursday night? Guess we’ll have to wait and see. Be prepared! Stop by the library to pick up a few books for the weekend.

The library will be open Thursday 10am-6pm and Saturday 10am-2pm.

See you then!