In partnership with the Chinese School of SJ, attendees will enjoy live demonstrations of Mulan, Boxing, Tai Chi and Martial Arts. Visitors will be able to try their hand at writing Chinese letters/characters, paper cutting crafts and making dumplings and egg rolls. We’ll also have displays of Chinese paintings and traditional Chinese toys and games. Traditional Chinese New Year snacks will also be available for sampling. Cultural fun all ages. Free and open to the public.
Help the Cherry Hill Public Library expand its lending services by donating to our Indiegogo fundraiser.
Funds collected through this fundraiser will go towards purchasing more museum passes, and if we raise beyond our $1,000 Goal, a seed library and drones!
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You can now access the popular Rosetta Stone language-learning software for free using your library card! With Rosetta Stone you get access to lessons for 30 different languages. Brush up on your Spanish or take on the challenge of Mandarin Chinese or explore the Arabic language. Click here to get started today!
Do you knit or crochet? Do you know someone who does? CHPL is looking for knitters, crocheters, weavers, and other yarn craft artists to yarn bomb select spots at the Cherry Hill Public Library. This will be a community art project entitled, A Common Thread.
What is Yarn Bombing? Yarn Bombing (or graffiti knitting) is a type of public art that creates colorful displays of knitted or crocheted yarn or fiber. CHPL has identified several locations inside and outside the library to be covered in yarn. Individuals and groups can sign-up and choose which items and areas they would like to "bomb."
A Common Thread will be installed in mid-March, but now's the time to select a location, start thinking about your designs and get working on the colorful creations.
For more information about this art project and how to get involved, email email@example.com or call 856-903-1207.
Pay Library Bills Online!
The Cherry Hill Public Library is pleased to offer the ability to pay library bills online.
The Library uses PayPal to process all online payments, but a PayPal account is not required. Learn about PayPal.
Use your credit/debit card or PayPal account to pay your Library fines and fees.
To log in, you will need your Library barcode number and your pin. (The last 4 digits of your phone number)