Video games are not just for kids anymore! See what all the buzz is about. Bowling, golf, puzzle games, more! Wii generously donated by Samost Caregiver Respite Grant & JFCSSNJ.
There are a few spots left for Martini’s Zumba Fitness for Seniors class on Saturday, September 11th at 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Interested patrons who are 55 or older may register via the online calendar or by calling the library at 856-983-1444.
Join professional instructor Martini as she leads this fun and exciting Zumba class geared especially for Seniors! Please wear comfortable clothing and sneakers/secure footwear to class and remember to bring water and a towel.
Zumba…..The Exhilarating Experience in Fitness
The Zumba program is a fusion of hypnotic Latin rhythms and movements from all over the world. Easy to follow moves you will love to workout to. Zumba fanatics achieve long-term benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing and inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life!
The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and international zest into the mix and you’ve got a Zumba class.
Evesham Library’s kids programs are often featured in local newspapers such as the Marlton Telegram, the Burlington County Times and the Courier Post. Informative interviews and fun photos offer our patrons a nice overview of our programs.
South Jersey Local News has also been sharing us with the public. Recently, SJLN posted a fun video of Piccirillo Sciencetelling’s Pirates: The Curse of the Mutating Hand that was held in the Evesham Township Building’s Court Room. Also posted was a video of July’s Wii for Seniors program that is held once a month in Evesham Library’s large meeting room.
For more information about the programs we have to offer our patrons, please call the library at 856-983-1444 or browse our online calendar of dates, program descriptions and online registration.
The South Jersey Local News website, featuring articles, interviews and video of local residents and events, is shared by the Medford Central Record, the Maple Shade Progress, the Berlin/Atco Record Breeze and the Pemberton Community News.