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Books to Help Your Child Learn About the Holocaust | Abington Community Library

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Is your child asking questions or learning about the Holocaust in school? Are you looking for resources to give your child or read alongside him or her? Check out a list of age-appropriate books below, available for checkout through the Lackawanna County Library System. Keep in mind that the age […]

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Second Sunday with Friends: The Wonder of Butterflies | Children's Library

The Wonders of Butterflies, sponsored by the Friends of the Scranton Public Library Mari Gruber,  “The Butterfly Lady” will introduce children and adults to the wonders of butterflies and moths using puppets , songs, and costumes. Children have the opportunity to observe live caterpillars and butterflies. As a special Mother Day’s treat, the Bear Mountain  Butterfly […]

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Reptiles: the Beautiful and the Deadly sponsored by the Friends of the Scranton Public Library | Children's Library

Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland  Reptiles: the Beautiful and the Deadly introduces audiences to the fascinating world of turtles, crocodilians, lizards, and snakes. Join us this Sunday April 9, 2017 @ 2:00PM Lackawanna County Children’s Library 520 Vine St., Scranton, PA 18509 To register, call (570) 348-3000, ext. 3015 www.albright.org/childrens

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Friends’ Book Sale, Communities Matter Day, Drug Take back Day, and more! | Abington Community Library

              Get ready for a busy weekend with the Abington Community Library! The Friends’ semi-annual book sale will take place at the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church on Saturday April 8 from 8:30 to 2:00; be sure to stop by the Teen Leadership Committee’s Bake Sale after perusing our […]

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Crazy 8’s Math Club POSTPONED | Carbondale Public Library

The start of the Crazy 8’s Math Club at the Carbondale Public Library will be postponed. We will hold an information session for parents about what this program is all about, and the importance of attending all 8 sessions on Monday, May 1st @ 4 PM for both grade levels. A Brief Introduction to Crazy […]

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National Library Week | Abington Community Library

        National Library Week begins on April 9 and it will be a great week to visit and find out about all the great things happening at the Abington Community Library! Check out the tables set up that showcase the five library literacies…basic, information, civic and social, health, and financial. Join us for […]

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Spring Book Sale & More! | Abington Community Library

April 8 is a busy day for the Library! Across the street at the Clarks Summit United Methodist Church will be the Friends Spring Book Sale from 8:30AM-2PM. At that same location, drop off unused or expired medications during the Drug Take-Back Event (No needles, inhalers, or liquid medications, please). Between 10:00AM and 4:00PM stop […]

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CHEM 4 KIDS @the Lackawanna County Children’s Library | Children's Library

Learn how to be a scientist with  students from the University of Scranton Chemistry Club. This chemistry  program is designed for children in grades 2-6. The instructors will introduce basic concepts of chemistry in a fun, non-threatening way. Lackawanna County Children’s Library 520 Vine Street, Scranton, PA 18509 Registration is required.  To register, call (570) […]

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Mystery Science @ the Lackawanna County Children’s Library | Children's Library

Experience the excitement and fun of science with students from the University of Scranton’s Neuroscience Society & Health Professions Organization. Kids will create Oobleck, Squishy Circuits, Mystery Markers, and engage in mind games and optical illusions! Saturday, April 1st  from 10-11:30PM Lackawanna County Children’s Library 520 Vine Street, Scranton, PA 18509 Registration is required.  To […]

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Second Sunday with Friends: Reptiles: Beautiful and Deadly @ the Lackawanna County Children’s Library | Children's Library

Reptiles: the Beautiful and the Deadly                                                                               sponsored by the Friends of the Scranton Public Library           […]

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