Making a connection to the outdoors is second nature! John Muir, Rachael Carson, Henry David Thoreau, and Beatrix Potter were all naturalists who kept journals as a way to continue a curiosity about, carry on a conversation with, and document observations of the wildlife and seasonal patterns around them. We’ll be sharing a variety of sketching, painting, and writing. Bring your sketchbook and favorite tools and join Sue Slotterback as we inspire our own nature journals.
No registration necessary.
Cape May Court House
2nd Floor Meeting Area
1/25/18 6-7 PM
Saturday 1/13 at either 10am OR 1pm
Guest instructor David Sproles returns to add to your knowledge of circuits. Using a breadboard and a speaker, make a device that changes tone and pitch. All materials are included and yours to take home. Ages 10 and older, registration required.
Harry Potter Escape Room
For ages 8-14. Test your spells and spirits against our escape room!
REGISTRATION REQUIRED - opens January 2nd and closes January 29th.
Space is limited. Register online, in person, or by call (609) 463-6354.
Basic tax forms available at the Cape May Court House Library's Reference Desk!
Other tax forms available for standard printing fees of 20 cents/page.
CMCLreads is a reading challenge that you can do at your own pace throughout the entire year. Not familiar with reading challenges? It’s simple! Here’s how it works:
Throughout 2018, choose books that fall into the categories listed and enjoy them. Next, write down the titles and submit a completed form for a chance to win a prize. That’s it!
Read or listen to your books any way you’d prefer - we aren’t picky. Can you use a single book to fulfill more than one category? Yes! We suggest that you choose books that you haven’t read before. It’s good to try new things and we have plenty of books to offer.
There are no age requirements - everyone is encouraged to participate!
By 1863, the West Jersey Railroad had arrived in Cape May County. Not long afterward, the Atlantic City Railroad came to town. This was the start of what has been 150+ years of railroading in Cape May County. Through boom times and bad times, the railroad has been there. This story is a continuing one, not always pleasant, but always interesting. Join engineer, Ron Baile, for a journey through the past 150 years of railroading in Cape May County that you will be sure to enjoy.
Club A - 1/8 at 5pm
Club B - 1/8 at 6:30pm
Club C - 1/22 at 5pm
Club D - 1/22 at 6:30pm
Our Minecraft world has been re-created for 2018, with new challenges and skills for you to experience. Ages 8 to 12, registration required.
Microwave Mug Desserts
Ever wanted a single brownie, but didn’t want to cook an entire batch? Try making one in a mug! Easy recipes that cook fast in a microwave. Bring a microwave-safe coffee mug with you!
Wednesday, January 31st 5:15pm
Court House Library
Storytimes are back at every branch for January & February! Visit our online calendar to see times, ages and locations.
Join the Teen Department and Technology Learning Center as we try out the TLC’s new collection of robots. Drive them, program them, teach them new skills!
Wednesday, January 17th 5:15pm
Court House Library
Dungeons & Dragons
Dungeons & Dragons is a role-playing adventure game involving quests, puzzles, and teamwork. We’ll help you make a character and teach you how to play!
Every Wednesday 3:00-5:00pm
Court House Library
Keep the Homefires Burning
Monday, January 22, 2018 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM at the Sea Isle City Branch Library Public Meeting Room. No Registration.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM at the Woodbine Branch Library Events Room. Due to limited space registration is required.
Knitting is more fun when we do it together! Meeting the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month. There will be an instructor on hand to teach the basics of knit and/or crochet, or bring your own work-in-progress and knit with the Knitwits!
No registration required.