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Summer Reading
Summer Reading
Register, read, win! Summer Reading Club for adults, kids, and teens begins June 18!

To register or get more information on summer reading, click the link below!
Teen Game Night
TEEN
Teen Game Night
Play games on our Wii U, PS4, and XBox One! We play video games rated T and below, such as Rock Band, Super Smash Bros, and Star Wars Battlefront. We also have a selection of board games such as Apples to Apples, Settlers of Catan, and others. Open to grades 6-12. .

Thursdays 3:00-5:00pm
Court House Library

No registration required.
How to Spot Butterflies
ADULT
How to Spot Butterflies
Pat Sutton (naturalist, wildlife gardener, and author) will present a program relating her fascination with butterflies and convey the excitement of searching for, studying, enjoying, and attracting these winged jewels just as she and her husband did in their book by the same title. She will uncover mysteries about their life cycle, relationships to the plant world, odd behaviors, survival in a world filled with hungry predators, the spectacular migration of some species, and the restricted ranges of others. Field identification can often be enabled by understanding all these aspects of a butterfly’s annual life cycle. She will share some of the butterfly watching adventures she and her husband Clay have enjoyed on their home turf at Cape May and throughout southern New Jersey and afar – an Arctic wilderness trip in northern Alaska, a winter trip to THE Monarch roost in Mexico, butterflying in the tropics, and more.

Date: 7/30/18
Time: 6:00 - 7:30
Location: Cape May Court House Library

No registration required.
Rap, Rock, & Read
KIDS
Rap, Rock, & Read
* Summer Reading Club Event *

Join us for Miss Nina’s Rap, Rock, & Read - interactive from the get-go, with kids waving, clapping, stomping, shaking, dancing, wiggling like spaghetti noodles, and singing along.

This program is best suited for kids ages 2-12 and their loved ones. No registration is required - just show up!

Be sure to bring your reading log to receive your weekly prize!

Geekternship
Teen
Geekternship
Medicinal Herbs
ADULT
Medicinal Herbs
Summertime and the living is easy... well almost. What happens when you get stung by a bee, when you're sunburned or just have a giant thirst for something cool? There are many herbs that would love to assist us. Best of all they're probably in your backyard. You'll learn of some simple herbal formulas that will bring relief, delight and an appreciation for the abundance of nature. Come learn what herbs are available to us in summer and what ones will help support us come autumn.

Date: 7/23/18
Time: 6:00 - 7:00
Location: Court House Library

The Jungle Book by Family Stages
KIDS
The Jungle Book by Family Stages
* Summer Reading Club Event * Baloo and the friendly animals of the Indian jungle rally around the lost boy, Mowgli, to protect him from the prowling tiger, Shere Khan. Watch this classic story come to life in this family-friendly play.

This program is best suited for kids ages 3-12 and their loved ones. No registration required - just show up!

Be sure to bring your reading log to receive your weekly prize!

Minecraft Public Server
TLC
Minecraft Public Server
The all new and exciting public server is live.
Come in or call the TLC and sign up for our new Minecraft Library Server!
· Band together with your friends to establish a town on your own little corner of the world.
· Explore mysterious dungeons and discover ancient ruins in order to gear up and tackle tougher challenges and puzzles.
· Beware, many tough enemies are hiding throughout the world and require co-operation to take down.
Family Movie Night
KIDS
Family Movie Night
Kids ages 6-12 and their loved ones are welcome to watch fun films on our big screen with surround sound! Watch the movie, enjoy snacks and drinks, and relax!

All films are rated PG. For more information, call the Stone Harbor Library at 609-368-6809.

Movies will be shown at the Stone Harbor Library on Thursday, July 12th and Thursday, July 16th at 5:30.

History of Sea Isle
ADULT
History of Sea Isle
The Sea Isle City Historical Society will offer a Power Point presentation of the “History of Sea Isle City”. It will be given by the Historical Society’s past president, Michael J. McHale. Mike will take you back to when the island was the Leni Lenape Indian “Happy Hunting Grounds”, a whale harvesting site by the Ludlum Family, to the development of the Island by Mr. Charles K. Landis. (Find out why Charles K. Landis was arrested and tried for murder.)

Date: 7/23/18
Time: 6:00 - 7:00
Location: Sea Isle City Library

No registration is needed.
Thursday Makers
TLC
Thursday Makers
Join us on Thursdays June 28th through August 30th from 1:00 to 3:00pm
We will be crafting a different project each week:

6/28 Dreamcatchers with CD’s
7/5 Craft Stick Harmonica
7/12 Mini Lid Banjos
7/19 See us at the 4-H Fair!
7/26 Thumb Piano
8/2 Temporary Tattoos
8/9 Egg Shakers
8/16 Rock Painting in the Park
8/23 Rainstick
8/30 Tim Can Drums & Tambourine
No reservation necessary
First come, first served.
Supplies may be limited.
Common Application Workshop
Teen
Common Application Workshop
Open to upcoming high school seniors, this workshop will help students complete the 50 Common Application questions. Students should bring with them a fully-charged laptop, a sheet of paper, a list of activities/resume, parents college and work info, test scores, and your senior year schedule, along with an unofficial transcript.

Monday Augst 6th 11:30-1:00 pm.

For questions, please contact instructor Vince Valenzuela at (267) 481-4572 Location: Sea Isle City Library

Registration Required.