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Summer Reading program

Kids at the Merchantville Public Library kicked off the library’s 2014 summer reading program with “indoor” campfire fun that included snacks and stories on Wednesday, June 4. Here they sport tee shirts they hand painted the week before as a Memorial Day activity while they yell out the 2014 summer…
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Kids Events at the Library

Fun abounds Wednesdays at Merchantville's Public Library. Registration is still open for the "Lego Workshop 4 Kidz" on 1/29 at 3:30 p.m. If you're longing to escape the winter doldrums with a luau party put away your winter coats, get out your shorts and flip flops, say “Aloha” and join…
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Merchantville Library

Merchantville Public Library has been part of the Camden County Library system since 1928. It is located on the first floor of the Merchantville Public School and has been a joint project between the Merchantville Board of Education and the Camden County Library system since 1998.
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Get a Kids Kit today!

Kids Kits are a new service offered by the Camden County Library System at Merchantville and its seven other branches throughout the county. Each pack contains four or five books with a common theme, a list of related songs, rhymes and a suggestion for a simple craft. Members of the…
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Homework Help offered through the Library

With the start of another school year, it’s useful to know how much reliable information younger students and parents can find to do homework from a home Internet connection through services offered by the Camden County Library System. New this year, the library is providing library card holders free access…
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Why is summer reading so important?

Summer for your child can quickly become an endless stream of television, sleeping in, and video games. A high level of literacy and reading comprehension is one of the best skills a child can develop in our information-rich world. Additionally, summer reading combats “Summer Slide”, a phenomenon that affects children…
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Learn pasta making from the best!

Joseph and Anna Maria Severino learned the art of pasta making from Umberto Casoli, an artisinal pasta maker in Italy. In 1971 they returned to America with recipes in hand and introduced their uniquely handcrafted pasta products made from 100% semolina flour. For over 35 years the family shop in…
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National Library Week inspires Spring programs

During National Library Week the library’s youngest customers are invited to bring their favorite stuffed animal friends to share a scrumptious spread of treats during our "Brunch with a Buddy" program in Merchantville on Wednesday, April 17th at 3:30 p.m. Brick 4 Kidz will be visiting our branch to challenge…
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Get magazines through County Library

Beginning in February, customers with a Camden County Library card will be able to download over 100 popular magazines through Zinio, a digital newsstand offered to subscribing libraries. Magazines will be easy to download and view on a computer or on a range of mobile devices, including the iPad, Android…
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Enjoy these Library Programs in February

Jewelry Craft: Grades Pre-K 5 on Wednesday, February 6th, 3:30 p.m. Make and take bracelets and necklaces. Happy Valentines Day: Grades Pre-K 5 on Wednesday, February 13th, 3:30 p.m. We're decorating cookies to take home!
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Library Programs November 2012

Little Ones Playgroup Birth to 3 years and their caregivers Saturdays, 11 a.m. – 12 noon Meet our youngest members and make new friends! We have special books and toys too! Film Forum Adults 18 and older Wednesday, Nov. 7, 6:30 p.m. Join other adults for screening and discussion of…
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