Virtual Maker Monday for Kids

We will be doing activities such as a craft or STEM activity via Zoom. Everyone who registers will be emailed a list of the items we will use in advance along with the link to join the meeting.  If you do not have all the materials needed, let us know at least 1 day before the event and we can set up curbside pickup for your missing ingredients! 

We will making kitchen potions and unicorn slime in July.

Contact Information
  1. Dierdre Morley
  2. 732-388-5999
  3. reference@clarklibrary.org
Mon, July 06
12:00 pm — 1:00 am
Add to My Calendar 07/06/2020 12:00pm 07/07/2020 1:00am America/New_York Virtual Maker Monday for Kids

We will be doing activities such as a craft or STEM activity via Zoom. Everyone who registers will be emailed a list of the items we will use in advance along with the link to join the meeting. If you do not have all the materials needed, let us know at least 1 day before the event and we can set up curbside pickup for your missing ingredients!

We will making kitchen potions and unicorn ...

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Obituaries

Apr 10, 1934 - Oct 23, 2019
Emily Bielen (nee Mazur), 85, of Clark, NJ passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019.
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