Join Mister Boom Boom at the Merchantville Public Library for an African Drum Circle as we learn about a variety of West African hand drums including the djembe, talking drum, and more! Let's sing along, dance to the beat, and explore new instruments together with Mr. Boom Boom from Music Play Patrol. At Music Play Patrol music education is their passion. They specialize in working with preschools, libraries, summer camps, and elementary schools. Their Music Play Patrol

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Camden County Library's eContent is massive and includes eBooks, downloadable audio, music, and magazines, and streaming video. You can search the catalog directly or browse each of the separate collections by clicking on the links below. Hoopla has some of its collection in the catalog. Find more titles by searching HooplaLibbyLibby en EspañolKanopy directly. The Camden County Library System offers free access to The New York

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The Camden County Library System offers virtual film and book discussion groups for adults. The May Book and Film Discussion Groups include: The Next Chapter Book Club a virtual group for adults and older teens with developmental disabilities meet to read and socialize that meets on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Please call 772-1636, ext. 7311 for information. The Tired Eyes Book Club a virtual group meeting on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. This month's title is Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe. The Real Life Reads Book Club a

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On Monday, October 23th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. get introduced to the game of Mah Jong at the Merchantville Public Library. American Mah Jongg is a rummy game based on the original Chinese Mah Jongg. Learn the basics of play, including the tiles, the Charleston, the wall, the rhythm of the game, and how to read the cards and form hands. All supplies are included. Register here:

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The Merchantville Makers met last Thursday and made Fall Gnome Wreaths from Dollar Tree Halloween decorations. This group did an amazing job! Thank you to everyone who came out to make with us and I can’t wait to see what we create in our October class. Join us in person for making, crafting, and dabbling in new art techniques at the Merchantville Library. The makers will be meeting on Thursday nights, at 6:30 p.m. after the library closes. It will be a crafting lock in for adults! Please sign up in advance as there are limited spots.

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The Merchantville Branch of Camden County Library is extending our curbside hours to include Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. beginning Monday, June 7th. Please see the update below and on

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