Explore the agricultural history of New Jersey and its profound influence on farming today, with an educator from the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts. This program will use the museum’s extensive collection of farming-related tools to bring to life this key aspect of New Jersey’s history. It also looks at what it was like to live and work on a 19th-century New Jersey farm. To register for this in-person program, email
Spring is sprouting with colorful blossoms and lingering evening sunlight. It's a great time to shake off the cold weather cobwebs and get outdoors.
Take a walk to the library to check out a book, and use the natural light to read a little longer. You can browse our full catalog from anywhere. If you'll be out getting some exercise, try downloading an audiobook to keep you going. You can even stream music from Hoopla to add a little rhythm to your day. If you're suffering from cabin fever, the library is a great place to visit, no matter the weather. Come inside and be greeted with a smile from our welcoming staff, ask a librarian for help finding information or materials, or just pick your favorite nook to do some quiet reading or work.
There's so much to do at your local library. Mark down dates from our Calendar to add to yours. Join us!
|May 25 03:00PM-Teen Take Out Box|
|May 26 10:00AM-Drop-in Play Fridays|
|May 26 03:45PM-Math Club|
|May 27 10:00AM-Crafterday|
|May 28 12:00AM-Library Closed|
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