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One Book, One Cherry Hill
One Book, One Cherry Hill is a community reading project to unite our town in reading and discussing One Book.

Our selected book is Songs of Willow Frost by New York Times best-selling author Jamie Ford. This book tells the powerful story of a Chinese-American orphan and his search for his mother during the Great Depression.

Throughout the fall, CHPL will host numerous events celebrating Chinese and Chinese-American culture. There will be several opportunities to take part in book discussions and other events, culminating with a special Meet the Author event, when Jamie Ford visits the Library on Nov. 15.

Stop by the library to reserve your copy and follow the One Book, One Cherry Hill Facebook Page for all the latest updates!


Featured Event:

Stranger Things Re-Watch and 80's Costume Contest
Thursday, Oct. 26
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Join us in "The Upside Down" to discuss the eerie, Sci-fi, pop-culture hit, Stranger Things, with Alexis Wilson. After, we will re-watch the last two episodes of Season 1 before the highly anticipated Season 2 airs Oct. 27 on Netflix. Costumes strongly encouraged! Come dressed in your 80's best! Click here to register.


Featured Event:

Coffee & Conversation: Music of World War II
Thursday, Oct. 19
10:30 a.m. -  12 p.m.

Some of the most memorable popular music of the 20th Century was written during WWII. With patriotism at an all-time high, the war effort became an integral part of the entertainment industry. Join us as author Dr. Sheldon Winkler shares the stories behind many songs, some of which have become standards still popular today. No registration.  

 


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)