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  • Register today for: Dog Training Demonstration by the Burlington County Kennel Club

    Do you love your dog?  Do you want a better trained dog?  Do you want to have more interaction with your dog?   Everyone wants a well-mannered pup; here’s your opportunity to learn some basic commands and get Fido off the couch. Burlington County Kennel Club members will present a crowd-pleasing demonstration (with their awesome dogs) of basic obedience skills, and some fun tricks that you can do too!

    We want to inspire everyone to interact their dogs.  Earn a Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate (offered by the AKC) when your dog performs ten basic skills that every dog should learn!   Enjoy training your dog, and learn some tricks too!  This is a demonstration only, so do not bring your dog for training or testing at this time.

    The Burlington County Kennel Club always welcomes new members who are interested in showing and/or training their dogs, or just learning more about dogs.  The club does not offer training classes, except breed handling, but we can point you in the right direction if you want to learn more to teach your dog!  We meet the first Wednesday of every month (except July and August) at 7:30pm at the Moorestown Community House.

    When:  Monday, July 30 from 1-3 PM

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B


  • Mark your calendar for: The Franklin Institute presents: Amazing Machines

    Learn how everyday tools give us the mechanical advantage to accomplish
    great things! Sponsored by Sean Fischel Connect.

    When:  Friday, July 27 at 1:30 pm

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B

  • Mark your calendar for: Opera Round Table

    Be part of an opera round table group at Moorestown Library

    On Thursday, July 26 at 7 PM, opera aficionado Bill Holt will facilitate a discussion of the MET in HD summer 2018 encores:  Eugene Onegin and Turandot.

    Where:  Meeting Room A

    All are welcome!

  • Register today for: The History Cafe: some A B, Cs of history continues …

    Come, relax, and chat about American history.

    Retired history professor, Jean Perry, presents parts of history you may not have learned in school.  There will be a focus on women in history, but also other bits and pieces that make history fascinating, just like fascinating bits and pieces of conversation in a café.

    This month:   More about “M”

    • To marry or not to marry, that is the question!  How were single women treated throughout American history?  The same question about married women.  Some single women were major movers and shakers.  When they married, women lost all their rights and property.  When did that change?  Maiden name?  What does that mean?
    • Effie Manley—owner of the Newark Eagles, a franchise  in the  Negro Baseball League
    • Anne McCormick—foreign correspondent for the New York Times, first women to win a Pulitzer Prize in 1937 for her correspondence journalism in 1936.
    • Judith Sargent Murray  –  an  early American advocate for women’s rights, an essayist, playwright, poet and letter writer in 1800!!!

    When:  Monday, July 23 from 7-9 PM

    Where:  Meeting Room A


  • Mark your calendar for: The Franklin Institute presents: Sound, Music and Math

    Explore how vibrations produce waves in air, and how those waves are related to our sense of hearing. Discover the science behind the making of music, because the scientific principles that allow us to craft sound into art can be as beautiful as the music itself. Sponsored by Sean Fischel Connect.

    When:  Friday, July 20 at 1:30 pm

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B

    Ages 5-12.  No registration required.

  • Mark your calendar for: Family Stages presents: The Jungle Book

    The Jungle Book is based on Rudyard Kipling’s fanciful stories of India. The kindly old wolf, Akela, and the steadfast bear, Baloo, rescue a baby who is lost in the jungle. They protect Mowgli from the tiger Shere Khan and teach him the rules of the jungle. Through a series of adventures and misadventures, the animals learn that the boy is better off living among people. Holding on to the lessons that he has learned in the jungle, Mowgli find a home and family in the village. Two actors play all the parts in this delightfully creative production. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library.

    When:  Wednesday, July 18 at 6:30 pm

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B