Whippanong Library

Whippanong Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at the Whippanong Library! Registration required where noted.
 Limit by audience:
Suede Tassel Necklac
Whippanong Library
Tuesday, May 4, 6:00 PM
or call 973-428-2460.
-Grades 6-12-
Make a tassel necklace for Mother's Day.
Supply kits available for pick up at the Whippanong Librar on May 3.  Video instructions link will be emailed prior to program date and time.
Fun Guide to Nature:
virtual
Wednesday, May 5, 7:00 PM
or call 973-428-2460.
Join us as author and Whippany resident, Len Sunchild discusses his Fun Guide to Nature.  It will bring you back to your childhood when you would catch lightning bugs, look for salamanders under rocks and follow animals tracks in the woods.
Puzzle Exchange
Whippanong Library
Saturday, May 15, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Puzzle exchange at Whippanong Library.  No registration necessary.
Deadline for puzzle drop-offs: May 8 by 1:00 PM
Place puzzles on cart in library foyer
Winter/Spring Storyt
Virtual
Tuesday, May 25, 10:00 AM (Tuesdays, February 23-May 25, 10 AM)
or call 973-428-2460.
Every Tuesday February 23 - May 25, 2021 - Virtually
10:00 AM
(No Storytime on March 30)
Ages birth-5 - Listen to stories read online by Miss Kellyanne.
Let’s Hop To I
virtual
Wednesday, Jun. 2, 4:00 PM
or call 973-428-2460.
-Grades 3-5-
Presented by Janet Wong
Do you love to read, but wish you had more time to stretch and jump and dance and play, too?  Poet Janet Wong will share poems that get us up on our feet.  You'll even learn some fun facts about science, math, and social studies.
Photo Luminaries (Gr
Whippanong Library
Thursday, Jun. 10, 5:00 PM
or call 973-428-2460.
-Grades 6-12-
Make a photo luminary for Father's Day.
Supply kits available for pick up at the Whippanong Library starting June 7.  Video instruction link will be available on June 10.
Supplies are limited.  Must be a Hanover Township resident.
African Americans Co
virtual
Tuesday, Jun. 15, 4:30 PM
or call 973-428-2460.
-Grades 5-10-
Presented by Bayer Scientists
Attend to learn about remarkable African American scientists now and then including astrophysicist and engineer George R. Carruthers, mathematician Katherine Johnson, the inventors of peanut butter, the super soaker and more.  An experiment related to one of the scientist discoveries will be performed virtually by the Bayer Scientists.
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