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Outside Event – Storywalk(R): “Around the Pond” | Carbondale Public Library

Get outside and moving while reading a book. Pages from “Around the Pond: Who’s Been Here?” by Lindsay Barrett George will be placed around the walking loop at the YMCA Community Park. Take a stroll and read the story as you walk the path. “The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT […]

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Online videos for all ages | Abington Community Library

Yes, we know you’re missing in-person programs at the library, but until those resume, we’ve got you covered! The Abington Community Library is posting videos on their facebook pages for storytimes, workshops, book talks, community helpers, food fun and more for all ages. Check out our calendar HERE for information on when videos will be […]

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There’s still time to be counted! | Abington Community Library

Support for firefighters and families in need. Plans for highways. School lunches. The 2020 census count affects the allocation of funding for our community’s public resources, how we plan for the future, and our voice in government. Remember that in responding to the census, your privacy is protected. Don’t miss your chance to be counted! […]

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Novel Thoughts for September: “New Kid” by Jerry Craft | Children's Library

Novel Thoughts! Our September selection is the graphic novel, “New Kid” by Jerry Craft. This 2020 Newbery Medal and 2020 Coretta Scott King Book award winner is a timely and honest graphic novel about starting over at a new school where diversity is low and the struggle to fit in is real. Seventh-grader Jordan Banks […]

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Resources for Scranton School District Distance Learning | Albright Memorial Library

The Scranton School District has resources available via their website to aid students and parents during the upcoming school year.  Announcements, tutorials and access to class information can be found via their website. Scranton School District Website-https://www.scrsd.org/ Scranton School District Distance Learning Portal- https://sites.google.com/ssdedu.org/ssderportal/home?authuser=0   Principal Ardestani from the John Whittier Elementary has recorded  Youtube […]

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A Museum Adventure in Art Presented by the Everhart Museum | Kids

Each summer the Everhart Museum visits each library to do a program for kids. Since we aren’t doing programs in our libraries the Everhart Museum shared one of their programs with us. Take an art journey through the story of Hiroto, a young fisherman from Kanagawa, Japan, on his first fishing expedition. The Story of […]

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Virtual Program Survey | Kids

The Valley Community Library Youth Services Department Needs Your Ideas! We care about our local families very much and want to hear how we can help you. Parents, we are extremely interested in hearing your thoughts, ideas and suggestions about how the Valley Community Library may help you and your families during this unusual time. […]

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Libby App Help | Abington Community Library

Looking for help with ebooks, audiobooks, or the Libby? We’ve got you covered! Click HERE for answers to your questions and start downloading today!

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Children’s Produce Market at the Lackawanna County Children’s Library | Kids

Fresh fruits & vegetables will be given as well  as other food items! All items will be boxed and bagged for quick pick-up. Fridays  August 7 and  21 at 12:00 PM This program is available for ALL families that participate with the Lackawanna County Children’s Library or other Lackawanna County Libraries. Registration will be available […]

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August Virtual Programming | Abington Community Library

While we do not have any in-person programs happening currently, we hope you will join us virtually for some of our services on Facebook Live. Daily, we’ll have a variety of programming on Facebook and Facebook Live for all ages. Additionally, we’ll be sharing specialized programs via ZOOM to engage with you in real time. […]

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