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Social Studies & Science Lessons with TrueFlix | Albright Memorial Library

Great for classroom lesson supplement or as part of a homeschool curriculum, TrueFlix provides informational ebooks and videos that cover a variety of topics in Social Studies and Science for grades 3 and up.  Some of the topics covered on TrueFlix includes: The Animal Kingdom Earth Science Ecosystems Experiments Health/Human Body Outer Space/The Solar System […]

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Wanted: Singers, Dancers, Comedians, Magicians! for Fringe Festival Open Mic Night | Children's Library

TWEEN OPEN MIC NIGHT The Lackawanna County Children’s Library will host its premier Scranton Fringe Festival Tween Open Mic Night for teens and kids 8 through 14 on Friday, September 28 @ 6PM. Scranton is a town of great talent and talent which begins with the young! The Children’s Library will showcase the talented young […]

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Practice Reading Skills with BookFlix | Albright Memorial Library

Parents looking to practice reading and literacy skills with their children can use BookFlix, whether at home or on the go.  BookFlix is FREE to use with your Lackawanna County Library System library card. BookFlix pairs popular storybooks with a nonfiction ebook to create an interactive literacy program for children in grades Pre-K to 3rd grade. […]

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Turn to Power Library for Your Research Projects | Albright Memorial Library

Whether school has just started or you are anxiously awaiting for that first day, now is a great time to familiarize yourself with one of the Library’s largest online resources – Power Library. Power Library is a compilation of 24 individual online research websites. Through the Library Services and Technology Act, the Office of Commonwealth Libraries […]

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Make Back to School a Breeze with Tutor.com | Albright Memorial Library

Back to School season is upon us, and we have the tools you need to make the grade! Tutor.com is the #1 online resource for homework help, and it is completely FREE with your LCLS library card. Tutor.com provides free online sessions with real tutors in English, Social Studies, Math, and Science. The website is […]

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Everhart Museum on the Road presents an art-based workshop inspired by the book, “Secrets of Animal Camouflage.” | Children's Library

Everhart Museum on the Road presents an art-based workshop inspired by the book, “Secrets of Animal Camouflage” by Carron Brown and Wesley Robins. After reading the book, the Everhart staff will help students explore animal camouflage through a hands-on activities. Friday, August 17, 2018 from 2 PM – 3 PM For Grades K-2 only, as requested by […]

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American Girl and LEGO BINGO FUNdraiser | Abington Community Library

Abington Community Library and Taylor Community Library present an American Girl and LEGO BINGO FUNdraiser on Sunday September 23 from 1-4 PM. Join us at the Clarks Summit Fire Co. No. 1,  Bedford St, Clarks Summit, for an afternoon of fun and great prizes! There will be 15 BINGO games, plus 5 specials, 30 raffle […]

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Second Sunday with Friends: Rob Smith, Juggler! | Children's Library

Sponsored by the Friends of the Scranton Public Library Prepare to be dazzled! Juggler, Rob Smith, will flawlessly juggle five balls, clubs, fire torches, and rings, not to mention flying knives and a chainsaw! All with razor sharp accuracy! For Families Sunday, August 11, 2018 at 2:00 PM Lackawanna County Children’s Library 520 Vine Street, […]

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SummerQuest Bash! | Abington Community Library

       It’s time to celebrate all the hard work you did this summer with our SummerQuest Challenge! Children, teens, and adults…stop by the library on Friday August 10 any time between 1:00 and 3:00 pm for our SummerQuest Bash, with lots of activities for everyone! Children can enjoy games, crafts, and snacks. All […]

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Picture This! | Kids

Join us at the Valley Community Library for our new picture book-themed book club! Let’s read some amazing picture books together! Explore and discuss stories with Miss Liz. Feel free to bring your favorite picture book. Monday, August 6 at 4:00 p.m. For families. Registration is required and may be done by calling the library at […]

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