BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: The College Essay Workshop!
Are you stressed out about writing a personal statement for your college applications? Are you unsure about how to say something distinct and original about yourself so admissions officers will really know you?
In this workshop, you will work on popular topics that colleges often ask about, and we’ll think deeply about the particular story your are trying to tell. The workshop facilitator, Professor Scott Warnock, is an English professor and Director of the University Writing Program at Drexel University who will help get your started on this important aspect of your college application.
- Dates: Part I – August 17th; Part II – August 3oth
- 7 PM
- Registration: Registration is suggested. Call the library at 856-829-2476
Welcome to Our New Library Director, Nancy Fort!
A familiar face in Riverton, and at the Riverton Free Library, will become our next library director and manager of the Riverton branch of the Burlington County Library System — Mrs. Nancy Fort.
Nancy, with her husband and two sons, have been Riverton residents since 1998. After her Business degree from Drexel University in 1992, she worked as a sales assistant for a stockbroker, but dreamed of continuing her education to become a ALA-certified librarian. She worked in several libraries while studying at Clarion University of PA for her Masters in Library Science — at the BCLS as a reference librarian, here in Riverton as a library assistant, and most recently, at the Bordentown branch library as one of two children’s librarians. She completed her degree in 2015.
The Tradition Continues & What’s New
Nancy loves our little library and is working to enhance services and collection. She is an enthusiastic storyteller; look for her exciting, tailored story hours and programming for children and young adults of all ages. Her terrific book reviews, posted on this website, will continue as will many of the other reader services and programs that our library enjoys.
So, stop in and introduce yourself to Nancy! You will want to get to know her, and she wants to know what the library can do better for you.
Image thanks to Vintage Holiday Crafts
The Riverton Free Library will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th in honor of Independence Day!
Have a happy and safe holiday!
This summer, the library has a lots to do and read for all ages. This year’s theme is Build a Better World.
Details of the program can be found on our For Kids! and Y/A page.
Join the fun today!
A reminder to our library patrons . . .
The Riverton Free Library will begin its summer hours, starting July 1st. The library is closed on Saturdays and Sundays during July and August.