We’ll be going all spooky Halloween-themed at our next Munch and a Movie get together in the library’s Community Room on Tuesday, October 18th beginning at 1 p.m. We’re digging up a fun, not-too-scary movie to get us into the trick or treat mood, so bring the lunch (and a friend?) and we’ll treatContinue reading “Get in the Fall Mood with a book at our Book and Media Sale”
Tag Archives: movies
Book Sale, Raffle, Munch and a Movie, and Wellness Classes- Welcome to Fall With the Friends!
The Friends will start accepting donations for the Book and Media sale on Tuesday,September 20 th during regular library hours. (The library is closed Monday the 19th for anin-service training.) Please don’t leave books or electronic media outside the front door. Instead,bring all your donations to the circulation desk where you’ll receive an acknowledgement ofyourContinue reading “Book Sale, Raffle, Munch and a Movie, and Wellness Classes- Welcome to Fall With the Friends!”
Poetry Contest Winners!
Congratulations to all our Poetry Contest winners for this year! The awards ceremony, our first in-person one in the last two years, was well-attended and our honorees (along with their families) were all there to accept their awards from Youth Services Librarian at the Pennsauken Library, Heather Kristian. Afterwards, everyone posed for pictures. WeContinue reading “Poetry Contest Winners!”
Movies and Movement in May!
This month’s Munch and a Movie is May 16th. (Don’t forget they’re on Mondays through June instead of our usual Tuesdays.) We’ll see in the Community Room you with your lunch at 1:00 p.m. and treat you to a nice snack and beverage while you watch the movie. Our six-week Yoga for Balance and PostureContinue reading “Movies and Movement in May!”
New Year, New Activities!
Start planning what you’re going to bring for lunch because one of our most popular get togethers — Munch and a Movie — starts up again this month after waaaay too long an absence! On Tuesday, January 18th, we’ll meet in the newly-reopened Community Room at the Pennsauken Library from noon – 3:30 toContinue reading “New Year, New Activities!”