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Pillow CraftFleece Winter Pillow Kit  This program has been rescheduled, so come and join Ms. Karen
When:  Thursday, February 9
Time:  6:00 – 7:00 P.M.
Register on Google Forms
Grades 5 – 8 

Join Ms. Karen and tie knots to make a fleece pillow.  Registration is required on Google Forms.  If you are no longer able to attend after you sign up for this program, please call the library and let us know.  If you need help registering, please call the library at 973-838-3262.



Learn about the Morris County Vocational School District Share Time Program at the Butler Public Library
When:  Thursday, February 23
Time:  6:30 P.M.
10th Grade Students and Families

Interested 10th grade students and their families are invited to learn about the Morris County Vocational School District Share Time Program at an Information Session on Thursday, February 23 at 6:30 PM, located at the Butler Public Library.

The Share Time Programs provide half-day specialized career and technical education training as part of a student’s junior and senior year in high school. The programs prepare students for career-related employment, college, apprenticeships and military. Students in 10th grade can apply via an online application between January 18 – April 7, 2023 at

For additional information please visit or call 973-627-4600 ext. 277



Are you interested in volunteering at the Library?  Do you need Community Service Hours? We are here to help.  All you will need to do is call Ms. Arlene for more information.
High School Volunteers
:  Looking for volunteers to  help with library activities. Call or visit Ms. Arlene or Ms. Lisa in the Library.  Ask for a student volunteer worksheet and fill it out in order to keep track of your time and hours. Give it to Ms. Arlene or Ms. Lisa.


Mouse Create is a STEM website that empowers students to “engage with computer science and creative technology to solve real problems and make meaningful changes in our world” through an online platform.
Butler Middle School Students! Interested in trying a Do-It-Yourself technology project? The Butler Public Library has been given FREE access to a variety of online projects and courses created by; available until August 2022. Keep reading to learn about some of the DIY projects available (To start any project, please have your parent send an email to Click here for a list of projects to complete.



Testing & Education Reference Center
TERC  Important Information
Access to Testing & Education Reference Center is available within the library and remote access is permitted to patrons of the subscribing library with their login credentials. Such remote access is limited to non-commercial purposes. Remote access from a non-subscribing location or institution is not permitted. If your institution subscribes to Testing & Education Reference Center, you may be able to access the product by entering your credentials.


High School Students’ Opportunity:
Are you interested in starting a club at your High School? It’s super fun and TechGirlz can help!
As a High School student you can start your very own club with a mission of leading TechGirlz workshops at local middle schools and libraries (virtual or in-person!). Sound fun? Fill out this form to get started!