Taylor Community Library will be closed on Saturday, May 25, 2019 through Monday, May 27, 2019 in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday.
You are invited to walk with the Abington Community Library in the Clarks Summit Memorial Day Parade! Meet at the flagpole at the Clarks Summit Elementary School at 10:30AM to line up. No registration required.
The Library will provide bookmarks and candy to be handed out. Other things to bring might include: a water bottle, extra candy to pass, wagons/strollers, or even your dog!
If you have a Library t-shirt, wear it! Otherwise, wear red, white, or blue. All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by their parents.
A group of tweens/teens focused on giving a voice to all young adults. Join in on brainstorming, volunteering, and facilitating. There is something for everyone to be involved in! For Grades 5-12.
Something fun is always happening for teens in the 7th through 12th grades every Tuesday night at the Library Express, 2nd Floor of the Marketplace at Steamtown! Meet and hang out with other teens while having a great time at Teen Tuesdays!!
The meeting scheduled on 1/17/18 has been cancelled.
Families Helping Families is an organization providing support for families with a member in the early stages of recovery for drug or alcohol addiction. Co-sponsored by Clearbrook Foundation. For Grades 7 – Adult.
Education about the key concepts of addiction and recovery;
Connections with other families and individuals who have struggled with addiction;
Guest speakers and partners including community leaders like Dr. Mike Mahon, Superintendent of Abington Schools; Dr. A. C. Patel; Lackawanna County Court Judge Michael Barrasse, and U.S. 3rd Circuit Judge Thomas Vanaskie.
A proactive and cooperative effort with community leaders to keep our families safe and healthy.
Any questions? Call Gary Davis @ 570.878.2595 Confidential.