Harding Talks: June 15th, 7pm
What's Happening at Hurstmont?
If you’ve passed the intersection of Tempe Wick and Route 202, you’ve probably seen the large signs announcing changes to come on northside of the road. One of the properties is the former Stanford White designed estate called Hurstmont, which has been purchased by a developer. Harding Township Committee member Chris Yates will present the latest information on the developer's proposal and the town's requirements. Please join us (in person) for the presentation and a Q&A. Space is limited so please register.
Children’s Book Exchange
Calling all kids to our Summer Book Exchange! Bring your already-read books now to the Library to earn "Library Dollars" redeemable at the Book Exchange. Your "shopping" can begin on...
Join Miss Debbie for songs, stories and fun every week outdoors at the Library. Craft kits "to-go" are available for pickup from the Library lobby.
What's Happening at Hurstmont? Harding Township Committee member Chris Yates will answer your questions about the Township's agreement with the developer and the plans for the community, its residential property,...
Join us - at the Library or via Zoom - to hear the story of 'Setsuko and the Song of the Sea', read by the author, Fiona Barker! Enjoy a...
Adult Book Club
All are welcome to join our lively adult book group! Upcoming selections: ''The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba' by Chanel Cleeton (June 15); 'The Things We Cannot Say' by Kelly...
Summer Craft with Maya
Make a 'knitted' snake! Maya will show you how to a make a simple loom with a cardboard roll, tape, and popsicle sticks to create a fun and easy knitted...
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