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  • Register today for: An Investment in Knowledge Pays the Best Interest

    Learn to protect yourself from becoming a  victim of investment fraud. The program will provide  information which will let investors learn how to identify the “red flags of investment fraud,” describe types of investment schemes, and the free services offered by the Bureau of Securities which could help them.

    Presented by Arlene Ferris-Waks, Director of Investor Outreach with the New Jersey Bureau of Securities and recipient of the NJ Attorney General’s award for excellence in public outreach.

    When:  Wednesday, July 11 from 10-11 AM

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B

    Register Now!

  • Mark your calendar for: First Monday Films with Irv Slifkin

    This month’s feature is “The Taking of Pelham One Two Three”

    1974  104 min. Rated: R.
    Directed by Joseph Sargent. With Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw, Martin Balsam, Héctor Elizondo.

    A crackerjack, crowd-pleasing thriller with Walter Matthau as a New York Transit Authority officer in charge of dealing with hostage situations and he’s got a tough one on his hands: a group of men have infiltrated the city’s subway system and have taken a train full of passengers hostage.
    RATINGS NOTE: The film is rated R for language and violence.

    When:  Monday, July 9 from 7-9 PM

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B

  • Register today for: Moorestown Knit and Crochet 2Together

    Research has shown that knitting and crocheting can promote wellness for mind and body by

    • Improving mood – rhythmic and repetitive action of knitting and crocheting elicit the relaxation response
    • Improving memory and decreasing risk of cognitive impairment
    • Improving math skills
    • Keeping fingers and hands nimble
    • Building community by sharing tips and techniques

    Bring your needles, hooks, and works in process to the Moorestown Library to start the week in a more mellow mood.

    Facilitated by Marilyn Fishman.

    Monthly on Mondays from 1 to 2 PM:  July 9 & August 13

    Where:  Meeting Room B


  • Happy 4th of July!

    In observance of Independence Day, the library will be closed on Wednesday, July 4 and will reopen on Thursday, July 5 at 9 AM.

  • Register today for: Planting for Continuous Bloom with Master Gardener Merry Bogert

    With careful planning, you can have something flowering in your garden from early spring until frost. We will discuss using spring bulbs, flowering trees and shrubs, annuals, perennials, and fall bulbs to bring color and interest to your garden from late February through October.

    When:  Wednesday, June 27 at noon

    Where:  Meeting Rooms A & B

    Register Now!

  • 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.

    Monday, June 25 @ 7 PM  

    • Margaret Meade, anthropologist
    • Mary/Marias/Mabels
    • First Mothers

    Where:  Meeting Room A