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News & Events

Community Flea Market & Yard Sale
Saturday, May 26   
8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

The Friends of the Library invite you to join the fun of an outdoor community flea market and yard sale. Stop by the Library’s parking lot and shop over 50 vendors to see if a bargain treasure awaits you! (Rain Date: Sunday, May 27.) ​


Solitary Man: A Tribute to Neil Diamond
Monday, June 4  
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

"Solitary Man" explores the career of Neil Diamond, from his start as a songwriter for a publishing firm making $50 a week, to his legendary stint at the Brill Building, to his current place as the second most successful artist in the history of the Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 10 charts, just behind Elton John. Songs performed will include Holly HollySong Sung BlueCracklin' RosieGirl You'll Be A Woman SoonRed Red WineI'm A BelieverSolitary Man, and Sweet CarolineClick here to register.


The Last Veterans of WWII: Portraits and Memories
Wednesday, June 6  (D-Day)
7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Join photographer, Richard Bell, as he shares the remarkable photos and stories featured in his new book, The Last Veterans of WWII. Contemporary black-and-white portraits of the longest surviving veterans are juxtaposed with images of their youthful selves and serve as a visual representation of their life experiences.

Richard’s photos, featured in the Library’s Art Gallery in June, strive to remind us of these courageous men and women and their stories of understandable fear, grace, and sometimes, humor. Appealing to the families of soldiers, history buffs, and veterans of other wars, this collection is a testament to the strength of the American spirit. Books will be available for purchase at the event. Click here to register.


Pay Library Bills Online!

The Cherry Hill Public Library is pleased to offer the ability to pay library bills online.

The Library uses PayPal to process all online payments, but a PayPal account is not required. Learn about PayPal.

Use your credit/debit card or PayPal account to pay your Library fines and fees. To log in, you will need your Library barcode number and your pin. (The last 4 digits of your phone number)