Carbondale Public Library

Location + Hours
5 North Main Street, Carbondale, PA 18407
Phone: (570) 282-4281

  • SUNclosed
  • MON10-8
  • TUE10-8
  • WED10-8
  • THUR10-8
  • FRI10-5
  • SAT10-5

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Events

May
24
Thu
Freeplay & Storytime @ Carbondale Public Library
May 24 @ 11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Winter Weather Advisory: Please call ahead if we have snow overnight.

Freeplay: Young children have a chance to play and socialize with other children their age.

Storytime: Stories and songs!

Craft: We often end with a special craft or activity.

For infants to preschool age.

 

Freeplay and Storytime helps children with various early learning skills. Freeplay allows children to explore and learn through play, a natural way for young children to learn, and work on social skills such as sharing. Storytime   encourages the love of reading, exposes children to larger vocabulary, and teaches school readiness skills such as paying attention and taking turns.

Sponsored by of The Carbondale Public Library as part of the PA Forward initiative promoting the value of libraries in the 21st Century.

May
28
Mon
Closed – Memorial Day
May 28 all-day

The Carbondale Public Library will be CLOSED on Memorial Day.

We’re always open 24/7 on our website!

May
30
Wed
Teen Game Night @ Carbondale Public Library
May 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Stop by for a fun night of games. Bring your own or play one of ours. We will also set up our Wii.

For Grades 7-12.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) @ Carbondale Public Library
May 30 @ 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm

TAB is a group for young adults to become involved in the community, and express your ideas for programming, book selections, etc. Need services hours for school? This is a fun way to fulfill volunteer requirements. New members are always welcome.

TAB will now be on the same night as Teen Night!

May
31
Thu
Freeplay & Storytime @ Carbondale Public Library
May 31 @ 11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Winter Weather Advisory: Please call ahead if we have snow overnight.

Freeplay: Young children have a chance to play and socialize with other children their age.

Storytime: Stories and songs!

Craft: We often end with a special craft or activity.

For infants to preschool age.

 

Freeplay and Storytime helps children with various early learning skills. Freeplay allows children to explore and learn through play, a natural way for young children to learn, and work on social skills such as sharing. Storytime   encourages the love of reading, exposes children to larger vocabulary, and teaches school readiness skills such as paying attention and taking turns.

Sponsored by of The Carbondale Public Library as part of the PA Forward initiative promoting the value of libraries in the 21st Century.

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