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Zumba for Kids Zumba for kids ages 5-12 starting March 24th at the Lower Cape Library. Class starts at 5pm. For more information call 886-8999. For dates click here.   Read the Full Story
Lego Club Kids age 5-12 years old are invited to join one of the Cape May County Library's Lego Clubs! Come listen to some stories on a theme and then it's time to build, build, build! For dates & times at your local library branch click here.   Read the Full Story
Home School Social @ Lower Library The Lower Cape Library invites all families in the area who homeschool their children to a monthly social. Each month, we will explore a different subject area with stories and activities for the children. We will also provide books for further reading, and demonstrate databases and internet sources you can access from your home computer. This month, we're focusing on parts of speech! This is a wonderful opportunity to meet with other families who homeschool and explore the library's vast resources.   Read the Full Story
Preschool Dance Party Kids age 2-5 & their caregivers are invited to come show off their dance skills at the library! The librarians will be DJing some of the hippest tunes for kids and teaching some awesome dance moves. For dates/times click here.   Read the Full Story
Art at the Library Who: Children ages 6-10 Interested in creating your own works of art? Come enjoy Art @ the Library, sponsored by the Cape May Center for Community Arts! After enjoying a picture book, children will experiment artistically with the mediums or themes from the book. Click here for dates/times more information, or call the Center for Community Arts at (609)-884-7525.   Read the Full Story
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Jenkinson's Aquarium visits the library!

On Febraury 8th we had a very special visitor at our Court House Library Branch. Her name was Saba, which means 7 in Swahili, and she is an African penguin who resides at Jeninson's Aquarium in Pt. Pleasant, New Jersey. They have an entire African penguin habitat, but they also travel with the penguins (one at a time) in order to teach people about the species and penguins in general. We learned a lot and Saba seemed to enjoy visiting with us!

Fun fact: Penguins poop often! The aquarium staff say out of a 9 hour day, they spend about 4 hours cleaning up penguin poop, and that penguins in the wild let their guano build up in order to dig into it to make safe nests to lay their eggs.

If you'd like to see more pictures from this and all of our programs check out our Flickr Page.

 

Lower Cape Library Branch February Display

This month’s collection is a coin collection displayed by Maggie, age 9. Come visit the library and check out the collection for yourself!

 

 

   

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