Spring 2015 Events and Information[/sws_yellow_box]

storytimeThe Youth Services Department offers a variety of weekly programs as well as special events for children of all ages. Weekly story time programs start on April 6 and run through June 5. Click here for descriptions and schedule of special events.  OR Click here to see our calendar and register for Special Programs. 

liquid nitrogenSunday Science with John Lyga: Brrrr, It’s Chilly.  What can you do with liquid nitrogen? Learn all about it and use it to make a tasty treat.

Sunday, May 17 from 2:00-3:00 pm. Second grade and older with an adult. Click here for required registration. Space is limited.

community servicePreteen Activities and Community Service: If you are in 4th, 5th or 6th grades, need community service, want to lend a hand, and like to have fun, the library is the place to be. Each session will include productive volunteer work along with social activities such as twister, Mad Libs and snacks. Bring your friends and earn service credit.

Thursdays, May 7 and May 21 from 6:30-7:30 pm. Grades 4 through 6.

legosMondays are LEGO® Build Days What will you build? Join Lego builders on Mondays @ 4:00 pm. Every Monday LEGOs will be available to build, construct and connect!

Family Program.

origamiArt a la Cart with the Paper Kids: Exercise your creativity using different materials each week. Sculpt with pipe cleaners, draw with pastels, build with popsicle sticks. think out of the box and create something unique with whatever is on our Art Cart. Drop in and let your imagination go! Tuesday, May 26: come learn origami with the Paper Kids. What will you create?

Drop in any time on Tuesdays between 4:00-5:30pm.

Polaris PowerPAC - Children's Edition Did you know that we have a children’s version of our online catalog? Click here to try out our child-friendly version.

The Bernardsville Public Library has Test Prep Databases to help you prepare for the NJ Ask, the PSAT, the SAT, the GRE, the Citizenship Exam and so much more! Click here to register or start taking practice exams.