Adult Programs
Explore our weekly, monthly and special events here
Salem Witch Trials Lecture
Saturday, October 19 at 2pm

An in-depth look with Myrna Nahas at the events and circumstances that led to the fears, hysteria and persecution of so many people in the late 17th century Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Please register at the front desk.
Armchair Art Tour
Saturday, November 9 at 2pm

Dr. Mike Norris will help us “Meet George Washington” through artworks featured in Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Delaware Art Museum, and the New-York Historical Society.

Please register at the front desk.

2nd Annual Holiday Cookie Swap
Saturday, December 7 at 2pm

Join us for a social afternoon with friends at the library. Please bring a tray of your favorite holiday treat along with copies of the recipe to share! At the end of the afternoon, everyone will have cookies to take home and new recipes to try! Coffee and tea will be served.

Please be sure to label each tray with the ingredients in case of allergens. We recommend at least 2 dozen treats, but more is always encouraged!

Please register at the front desk.

Craft Night Out
Tuesday October 15 at 6pm.

Make reversible woodcut decor that features pumpkins and a snowman.

Space is limited - please register!


Craft Night Out
Tuesday December 10 at 6pm

Re-purpose old wine glasses into candle holders with snow globes! Also paint your own miniature Nutcracker. 

Space is limited - please register!
Craft Night Out
Tuesday November 12 at 6pm

Fall paint night featuring a modern leaf design.

Space is limited - please register!

In January 2018, Governor Murphy signed Executive Order #4  requiring state entities to provide information to the public regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace and ways to enroll.  The New Jersey State Library enhanced an existing research guide providing basic and extended information on the ACA. 

Click on the image to the left to be brought to this research guide. 

Regularly Scheduled Programs

Adult Coloring Group/Thread Heads
Fridays @ 1:00pm

Together at last! Crafting and coloring! Join our wonderful group of stitchers, sewers, yarn lovers, coloring pros, and more.  Bring a craft project to work on or use our coloring supplies in this social,  relaxing way to get your crafting done while getting out of the house!
Coffee and tea will be served.

There is no instruction at this program, but friends may help you out if you have a question or need a suggestion while we're crafting!

​No meeting 9/20, 10/25

Genealogy Group
Wednesdays at 6:30pm
10/9, 11/13, 12/11

Local genealogist Fred Voss will assist you in unraveling the secrets of your family tree!

Mat Yoga
Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 5:30pm

Bring your yoga mat or a towel and join in!  All levels of practice are welcome!
$5 per person/ per class.

No class 10/1, 10/24, 11/5

Senior Chair Yoga
September 12 - December 5
Thursdays @ 11am OR 12pm
No Class 10/24 & 11/28​
Registration Dates & fees for next session:
Registration starts:
8/22 for Residents
$22 for the session

8/29 for Out-of-Towners
$55 for the session

Please make checks payable to :
The Friends of the Washington Twp. Library

Afternoon Movie Matinees
Mondays & Thursdays @ 2pm

  • September 30 & October 3: Philomena (PG-13)
  • October 7 & 10: Yesterday (PG-13)
  • October 14 & 17: Big (PG)
  • October 21: Ghost (PG-13)
  • October 28 & 31: The Lion King (PG)

Monthly Book Clubs
Night Owls Bookclub

October  28th @ 6:30pm
Rules of Civility
by Amor Towles

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Mango Languages
Over 70 languages to choose from! 
RBdigital Books
Digital Magazines at your fingertips!
Borrow FREE digital video, music, and audiobooks with your library card. Limit 4 checkouts per month.
Digital Services
Kanopy showcases more than 30,000 of the world’s best films, including documentaries,  indie and classic films, foreign language films, The Great Courses, PBS and thousands of independent filmmakers.  Limit 5 check outs per month.

Can't make it to the Library?  Need something to read or listen to while waiting for your train?  The Township Library is pleased to provide several digital options for you to choose from. 
Overdrive/ Libby
Overdrive is back and better than ever!

Non- Traditional Materials
Our non-traditional materials are special items not typically found in a library setting.
We have featured technology, as well as housewares and specialty hobby equipment.
 Non-traditional materials have a two week loan period. Please return all items inside the Township Library and do not return items to another library or in the book drop.
Our collection includes:
  • Pre-loaded Kindles
    WiFi Hotspots
    Baking pans
    Candy molds
    Gardening tools and seeds
    Knitting needle set
    Crochet hook set