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Back to School Digital Library Resources | Kids

Going back to school is easy with these free digital resources from your library. All resources are accessible at home on personal computers, tablets, and smartphones as well as at the library. Create a free account for these resources using your library card. Need a library card? Click here to get one. It’s free! HelpNow […]

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month | Kids

Hispanic Heritage Month runs September 15 through October 15. Take time to celebrate with digital and print resources from your library! Participate in the Hispanic Heritage Month Challenge on Beanstack! Available for children, teens, and adults. https://lclshome.beanstack.com/reader365  Stream and watch new films and documentaries on Kanopy. Check out Kanopy’s list of films to celebrate Hispanic […]

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Monster Cupcake Contest | Lackawanna County Library System

Lackawanna County Libraries will be hosting a spooky contest this Fall. Teens ages 12-17 are invited to join their local Library to decorate cupcakes for this county-wide contest. Contact your local Library for more information and to register for one of the following event dates. October 3 at 6:00 P.M. – Scranton Public Library October […]

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LIFE OUTSIDE: ARTWORK BY PHYLLIS RENNIE | Abington Community Library

Throughout September & October, artist Phyllis Rennie will have her artwork on display in the “Life Outside” exhibit. Stop by the Library and enjoy Phyllis’ works inspired by the constantly changing light, moving clouds, and wind and weather she takes in while painting en plein air.

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A Day of Animals, Science, and Literature | Abington Community Library

Indraloka, The Wright Center, and the Abington Community Library join together for a Day of Animals, Science, and Literature at Indraloka Animal Sanctuary (Dalton, PA): Grades K-4, Tues. Aug. 16; Grades 5-8, Wed. Aug. 17; Grades 9-12, Thur. Aug. 18. All sessions 8:45 am-3:15 pm; lunch provided. $25 per participant. Each day will meet the […]

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Fake Calligraphy with Kaedy | Teens

Have you ever wanted to make your writing look fancy? Teacher Kaedy will show you how to pretend to know calligraphy at the Valley Community Library! No supplies, skills, or experience are needed. For ages 13-18. Wednesday, July 13th at 3:00 P.M. Registration is required. For more information, call 5704891765.

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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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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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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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Ghost Hunting for Teens | Abington Community Library

The Abington Community Library will be partnering with The Pennsylvania Paranormal Association to host a Ghost Hunting 101 program for teens on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. There are still spaces available for middle and high school students to participate. Register here: https://lclshome.org/events/ghost-hunting-for-teens/

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