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What’s Your Sign?- Leo Edition | Abington Community Library

Join Laura Kurilla in a monthly series at the Abington Community Library highlighting the astrology sign of the month. This month’s program will focus on the astrological sign Leo. This event will be a discussion on Leo, crystals related to the sign, as well as a question and answer session. Materials Fee will be $20 […]

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Beanstack.org is more than just summer reading! | Abington Community Library

Did you know that by going to https://lclshome.beanstack.org, you can register for more than just our summer reading program, SummerQuest? Once you’ve registered on the site, you can also join 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, monthly challenges, as well as participate in fun activities on SummerQuest. Check out the site for fun all summer long (and […]

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A Tourist’s Guide to the Stars: Ages 7-11 | Abington Community Library

  Join facilitator Conal Richards for A Tourist’s Guide to the Stars, a series of four astronomy workshops intended for children aged 7-11. Topics for each session include: The Solar System, The Magnificent Moon, Constellations & The Night Sky, and Stars, Galaxies and Exoplanets. Please RSVP on our events calendar at https://lclshome.org/b/abington-community-library/ for each session you […]

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Battle of the Books | Abington Community Library

Looking to read some great books this summer? Want to work with a team to answer trivia questions on the books? Well, there’s still time to register for our county-wide reading competition, Battle of the Books! The Battles will take place at Marywood University on Aug. 9 (Grades 4-5) and on Aug. 11 (Grades 6-8 […]

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Pride Month Recommendations | Abington Community Library

June has just begun and with the beginning of Pride month in mind, we would like to make recommendations of a few books and films to showcase the remarkable work that has come from the LGBTQIA+ community over the years. The lists below highlight authors, characters, directors, and stories about the struggles, triumphs, and joys […]

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Decoding with DNA featuring Eric Schubert | Abington Community Library

Join Scranton Times and People Magazine featured genealogist Eric Schubert for a virtual program with the Abington Community Library. Eric will highlight the ways genealogy research methods have changed over the years. He will also discuss why and how DNA is beginning to be used as a helpful tool to uncover fascinating family stories and […]

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A Revolutionary Evening with James McKane | Abington Community Library

Join Scranton Times’ featured reenactor and authentic military uniform recreator, James McKane at The Abington Community Library on Wednesday, June 8th from 6 to 7 PM. James will be speaking about his work in the reenactment community as a member of the “Jersey Grays,” for which he makes the uniforms and serves as the unit […]

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Support Abington Community Library on NEPA Gives Day, Friday, June 3rd! | Abington Community Library

Share the joy of giving and tell your friends and family why you Love The Abington Community Library during the 24-hour NEPA Gives! initiative on June 3, 2022. Give us a shout out on social media from now through June 3, and tell everyone about the wide range of materials, services and programming already provided […]

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1000 Books Before Kindergarten Picnic | Abington Community Library

Join us on Fri. June 3 at 11:30 for a 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Picnic! Bring a picnic lunch and we’ll provide a snack and juice box. We’ll have information and registration forms for 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, plus activity stations and a free book for each child. Please register. For children from birth to […]

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Battle of the Books Competition coming in August! | Abington Community Library

Our county wide Battle of the Books competition will be held on August 9 (grades 4-5) and August 11 (grades 6-8 and 9-12) at Marywood University. For more  information, see the list of books, or to register for a team, visit the Abington Community Library or email nburke@albright.org. Teams are forming now!  

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