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Meet the Staff: Jenny | Albright Memorial Library

Do you ever wonder what it is like to work at the Scranton Public Library? The answer can be found in our current series of Tales from the Albright. Over the course of the next few weeks staff members from a variety of departments will be interviewed.   On this episode of Tales from the […]

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Meet the Staff: Tina [Tales from the Albright] | Albright Memorial Library

Do you ever wonder what it is like to work at the Scranton Public Library? The answer can be found in our current series of Tales from the Albright. Over the course of the next few weeks staff members from a variety of departments will be interviewed.   On this episode of Tales from the […]

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Carnival for Kids | Albright Memorial Library

The Scranton Public library will be attending this event. Be sure to visit our table to see what’s happening at your library.

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Death on the Nile, Part II [Tales from the Albright] | Albright Memorial Library

On this episode of Tales from the Albright, Alyssa and Briana continue their discussion of Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie. They discuss the themes of racism, classism, and feminism that can be found within the book. This leads to a comparison between the book and the 2022 Death on the Nile film. We […]

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Author Talk/Book Signing Saturday, July 9th With Maxim Furek (Somebody Else’s Dream: Dakota, The Buoys, & “Timothy”) at Scranton Public Library | Albright Memorial Library

The Albright Memorial Library will host a presentation and book signing recognizing the biography, Somebody Else’s Dream: Dakota, The Buoys, & “Timothy.” Rock journalist Maxim W. Furek will conduct the event on Saturday, July 9, 2022, at 2:00 pm, at the Albright Memorial Library, 500 Vine Street, Scranton, PA 18509. Furek’s book celebrates the 50th anniversary […]

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Death on the Nile, Part I [Tales from the Albright] | Albright Memorial Library

On this episode of Tales from the Albright, Alyssa and Briana discuss the novel Death on the Nile by Agatha Christie. Alyssa explains Christie’s interest in archeology and experiences in the Middle East before Briana provides a literary analysis of the book. This is part one of two. We hope you enjoy!   To listen […]

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Scranton Public Library to Host 3 Free Screenings of WWII Documentary in June | Albright Memorial Library

Scranton Public Library will be offering three free screenings of the WWII documentary The Unimaginable Journey of Peter Ertel.  The screenings will all be held in the Henkelman Room, located on the 2nd floor of Scranton Public Library. A reluctant German Platoon Leader survives the Eastern Front and the Battle of Normandy, is captured by […]

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Scranton Public Library Movie Double Feature This Saturday, May 21st – Tina and Belfast | Albright Memorial Library

This Saturday’s supposed to be a scorcher. Why not treat yourself to an old-fashioned movie double feature in Scranton Public Library’s air-conditioned Henkelman Room? This Saturday, May 21st, Scranton Public Library is screening the critically acclaimed documentary Tina at Noon, followed by the Oscar-winning Belfast at 2:10 PM. You are welcome to come for either […]

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We’re Hiring! Part-Time Positions Available | Albright Memorial Library

The Scranton Public Library is looking to hire for several positions. Part-time Clerk at Library Express Bookstore Part-time Clerk in the Circulation Department of the Albright Memorial Library To view the job descriptions and to apply, visit https://secure3.entertimeonline.com/ta/S9674.careers?CareersSearch.  For questions regarding these job openings, please contact the Library’s Human Resources Manager, Laure Hendricks, at lhendricks@albright.org […]

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Jane’s Walk: Dunmore | Albright Memorial Library

On Saturday, May 14th, The American Institute of Architects of Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Scranton Public Library invites you to celebrate the 106th birthday of one of our nation’s most influential urban activists, Jane Jacobs. Two separate walks will immerse you in the local history of Jane’s hometown, Dunmore. The first walk begins at the Dunmore Community Center, at 10:00 […]

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