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National Hispanic Heritage Month | Lackawanna County Library System

National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated each year between September 15th  and October 15th.  It celebrates the histories,  cultures and influences of past generations who came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The library has books, movies and other resources for looking to learn more about the Hispanic community. Movies available […]

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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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New from the Children’s Library! Parent Portal | Children's Library

Zoom Virtual Event Whether it’s homeschooling, virtual, or hybrid schooling, Ms. Angela is here to help! Using her educational background, Ms. Angela will be available to answer your questions and work through any challenges you may have this school year. Tuesdays,  from 5-7 PM For parents will children in grades Pre-K to 6. This will […]

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Libraries Celebrate 100th Anniversary of Women Winning the Vote | Lackawanna County Library System

Hurray, Sister Suffragettes! To help 21st Century girls learn about the struggle for equality by women in the 19th and early 20th, Lackawanna County libraries are collaborating in a program called “Hurray, Suffragettes: Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Right to Vote.” Every Tuesday until Election Day, a Library will present a Facebook Live reading of […]

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RBDigital Transition to OverDrive/Libby | Lackawanna County Library System

The Lackawanna County Library System will be moving our digital ebooks and audiobooks from RBdigital to the Libby app as part of our OverDrive collection on October 7th. You will continue to be able to browse, borrow, and enjoy all the same great ebooks and audiobooks you loved in the RBdigital app, now available in […]

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Bookmobile returns to the road | Lackawanna County Library System

The Lackawanna County Library System Bookmobile will reopen to the public on Tuesday, September 8th. What to Expect: Face Masks are required to enter the Bookmobile. Social Distancing guidelines are in effect inside and in the vicinity of the Bookmobile.. Only one patron or family will be allowed on the Bookmobile at a time. The […]

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September Is Library Card Signup Month | Lackawanna County Library System

Wonder Woman Steps Up During this COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of people discovered that library cards are useful far beyond the walls of libraries themselves. In the past few months, the downloading of eBooks and eAudiobooks has soared, our virtual library, www.lclshome.org, has seen visits to online resources increase dramatically, and patrons in large numbers […]

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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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Lackawanna County Libraries Are All Gold Star Libraries | Lackawanna County Library System

Still the First In State When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the staffs of Lackawanna County libraries got busy figuring out how to deliver quality programming and useful information even while the buildings themselves were closed by state mandate. Patrons responded by downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks in record numbers, attending Facebook Live and Zoom events conducted […]

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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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