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June 2024

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June 5-Aladdin (2019) (PG)
June 12-Kung Fu Panda 4 (PG)
June 19-Lisa Frankenstein (PG-13)
June 26-The Goonies (PG)
Lecture Hall N110


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

High School Campaign for grades 9-12

Every Wednesdays at 6:00pm

Events will be held in rooms N111, N110, or Children’s Activity Room. 

Email Sara to register for events and to join our Young Adult Discord server for up-to-date info and announcements. Email:

9:00 am - 9:30 am EDT
4 spots available

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm EDT
39 spots available

Understanding & Optimizing Your Social Security Benefits

Thursday, June 13


The RSSA Social Security Workshop Presentation will help you understand and optimize your Social Security benefits. You will learn about the basics of Social Security, different factors that can affect filing, taxation and more. Some specific questions that you will have answered are:

  • Why waiting to take Social Security may or may not be your best move.
  • What happens if your spouse is still working?
  • What if you still are or want to work part-time?
  • What if you are divorced or widowed?
  • How to maximize your Social Security benefits.
  • How you may be able to reduce taxes on Social Security.
  • What's your full retirement age, and why is it important?
  • What's the best age to claim your Social Security?

**Please register online for these programs**

8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EDT

Get your popcorn and take a seat as we pick the brain of the queen of twists herself, Freida McFadden! McFadden will join us to chat about writing psychological thrillers, her mega-bestselling hit The Housemaid series, in particular her forthcoming (June 11, 2024) third installment, The Housemaid Is Watching

The next installment is full of unbelievable twists and tension as it continues to follow Millie Calloway. She used to clean other people’s houses—now, she can’t believe this new home is actually hers. The charming kitchen, the quiet cul-de-sac, the huge yard where her kids can play. She and her husband saved for years to give their children the life they deserve.

Even though she’s wary of their new neighbor, Mrs. Lowell when she invites them over for dinner, it’s their chance to make friends, so they accept the invitation. Mrs. Lowell’s maid opens the door wearing a white apron, her hair in a tight bun. Millie knows exactly what it’s like to be in her shoes. But the maid’s cold stare gives her chills…

The Lowells’ maid isn’t the only strange thing on their street. Millie’s sure she sees a shadowy figure watching them. Her husband leaves the house late at night. And when she meets a woman who lives across the way, her words chill to the bone: Be careful of your neighbors.

Millie wonders: Did they make a terrible mistake moving their family here?

About the Author: #1 New York TimesAmazon ChartsUSA TodayWall Street JournalSunday Times, and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author Freida McFadden is a practicing physician specializing in brain injury who has penned multiple bestselling psychological thrillers and medical humor novels. Freida’s work has been selected as one of Amazon Editors’ best books of the year, she is the winner of the International Thriller Writers Award for best paperback, and she is a Goodreads Choice Award winner. Her novels have been translated into over 30 languages.

Freida lives with her family and black cat in a centuries-old three-story home overlooking the ocean, with staircases that creak and moan with each step, and nobody could hear you if you scream. Unless you scream really loudly, maybe.

Register for this virtual author talk and check out other online author talks here:

All virtual author talks will be recorded and available for later viewing.

9:00 am - 10:30 am EDT

Tabs and Tables using MS Word
Friday, June 14; 9-10:30

Learn how to set and use various tabs in a document as well as create and format simple tables using MS Word.  

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Chris Maloney Lecture Hall, Ocean City Free Public Library

Mondays at 6pm

April 22 - Barbie (2023) 114 minutes

April 29 - Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974) 113 minutes

May 13 - Annie Hall (1977) 93 minutes

June 3 - On Golden Pond (1981) 109 minutes

June 17 - Local Hero (1983) 111 minutes

June 24 - Stand by Me (1986) 90 minutes

July 1 - Jaws (1975) 120 minutes

July 8 - The Princess Bride (1987) 98 minutes

July 15 - Say Anything (1989) 100 minutes

July 22 - My Cousin Vinny (1992) 119 minutes

July 29 - Sleepless in Seattle (1993) 105 minutes

August 5 - Grosse Pointe Blank (1997) 107 minutes

August 12 - A Civil Action (1998) 115 minutes

August 19 - Under the Tuscan Sun (2003) 113 minutes

August 26 - Good Night & Good Luck (2005) 90 minutes

September 9 - Pride & Prejudice (2005) 120 minutes

September 23 - The Devil Wears Prada (2006) 109 minutes

October 7 - Slumdog Millionaire (2008) 116 minutes

October 14 - The Social Network (2010) 120 minutes

October 28 - Silver Linings Playbook (2012) 120 minutes

November 11 - The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) 100 minutes

November 25 - Sully (2016) 96 minutes

December 2 - The Post (2017) 116 minutes

December 9 - Judy (2019) 118 minutes

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

The History of Motown Records

Monday, June 17 at 7pm

*This virtual program will be held on Zoom only

Register here:

In Detroit in the 1960’s, Motown Records produced hits as efficiently as the Ford Motor Company produced automobiles. It was the “Sound of Young America” sung by performers like The Supremes, The Temptations, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.  Using audio and visual content we’ll trace the amazing musical journey from the power soul of “Dancing in The Streets” and “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” to the psychedelic soul of “Cloud Nine” and “What’s Going On” to the pop soul of The Jackson 5.  Timeless music that moved us then and moves us now.

After a rewarding career in advertising sales, Gary Wenstrup retired and developed courses on the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel and Motown Records for the Continuing Education Department of College of DuPage.  Gary has lectured at over 100 libraries across the country.  Gary’s Beatles presentation was deemed “The Best of The Best” by the Library Administrators Conference of Northern Illinois (LACONI).  Gary is also a reoccurring guest on the popular podcast “Something About The Beatles.”

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm EDT

June 18 at 6:30pm in the Lecture Hall

Want to learn about the benefits of turning your backyard into a healthy habitat for native wildlife? Attend our Gardening for Wildlife talk to gain a better understanding of how you can transform your backyard into a haven for native species! Additionally, we’ll be discussing how you can utilize the National Wildlife Federation to get your property listed as a Certified Wildlife Habitat.

Our special guest speaker Adehl Schwaderer is a birder and nature enthusiast who was first introduced to the wonders of Cape May in 2018 when she worked as an Interpretive Naturalist. Since then, she has worked for various organizations delivering educational programs, completed her master’s degree in Environmental Education and Parks & Resource Management, and eventually made her way back to Cape May as the Program Coordinator for the Cape May Bird Observatory. In this role, she helps facilitate a wide array of birding programs and outreach opportunities throughout the year.

*These lectures are free and open to the public and will be held in the library lecture hall**

10:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT

*This event is currently full.*

Genealogy 101: A Cumulative Approach to Utilizing Research and DNA

Wednesdays, May 8 - June 26
10am - 12:30pm

*Registration will open on April 16 at 9am.  Please call or email Julie at (609)399-2434 ext. 5222 to register*

This class is open to all levels of experience.