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M. Allan Vogelson Regional Branch
Monday-Friday, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
The Vogelson Branch of the Camden County Library System, founded in 1969, is located directly across the street from the Voorhees Town Center. It was renamed in 2004 to honor Judge M. Allan Vogelson, the former county freeholder who led the planning efforts to build the facility.
It is the largest of the seven branches of the Camden County Library System and has two computer centers. The Oasis, on the second floor, is open whenever the library is open. The Technology Training Center, on the third floor, has a schedule that changes each week, as it is used for computer classes. It is also available as a quiet computer center when it is not being used for training. A bank of research-only computers is also located on the second floor. The branch has meeting rooms and individual study rooms that can be reserved by the public.
The library's teen space, The Corner, has a high-definition plasma TV for gaming, a stage for performances, diner-style booths, comfy chairs, a computer animation station and high speed Internet access. We've got bookcases full of graphic and young adult novels, and a quiet study room for when it's time to concentrate on homework.
Photos from the Vogelson Branch See more on Flickr.