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Featured Programs

Check out our online calendar or download our

Kids' Summer Reading flier for a full listing of events.


The Name Game*

This unique natural sciences program presented by The American Swedish Historical Society uses hands-on activities to explore plant an animal classification. For children entering grades 1-5.


Wednesday, July 16

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.


Upper Level, Craft Room


Click here to register.



Mad Science: Spin, Pop, Boom!

Let science spark your curiosity with these exciting experiments! The Mad Scientist will amaze you and may need your help too. Ages 4 and up (and adults, too!) Ages 4 and up (and adults, too!)


Tuesday, July 22

6:30 p.m.


Lowler Level, Conference Center


No registration required.

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tween scene!

Events marked with an asterisk require registration. To register visit our events calendar or call 856-903-1229 for assistance. Have a teen, Grade 6-12? Check out our Teens Page.


For the Summer of 2014, we will be offering three programs for kids entering grades 4-6. All of these programs require registration.


Exciting Experiments*

Let loose your inner mad scientist with fun experiments that fizz, boom and pop!


July 10, 24

August 7


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.


Upper Level, Craft Room


Game Time*

Come and try out a variety of board and card games. Enjoy old favorites or play a new find with friends.


July 17

August 14


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.


Upper Level, Craft Room



Join us for a craft session, do something you already know, or try something new! It's time to get crafty!


July 31


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.


Upper Level, Craft Room


The Cherry Hill Public Library’s Youth Services Department provides a place to learn, play, explore and create for children ages 0 to 18. The entire upper level of the Library is dedicated to the Youth Services Collection which offers a wide variety of material. From board books to popular novels, magazines, and a variety of multimedia, kids and teens will find all of their academic and entertainment needs in one spot.


In addition to the collection, the Library offers an array of story times, art activities and other developmentally appropriate programs. With more special events than calendar days, the youth services department is always buzzing!


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