What’s Happening At Your Library?
New Bradford County Bookmobile (Monday, December 2). Come checkout the new bookmobile. It will be parked next to the library on Fenner Avenue from 1:00 to 2:00pm.
Santa Visits the Library (Saturday, December 7). Stop by and visit with Santa Clause. He’ll be here from 12:30 to 3:00pm, to spread the cheer of the season and hear the wishes of your young ones.
Final Pre-School Story Hour with Sue Wolfe (Wednesday, December 18 at 9:30am). Sue Wolfe officially and fully retires today. This will be her last Story Hour. Do join us and help celebrate her many years of library service, and in particular, her devotion and love for our youngest patrons.
Holiday Book Faire (December 1 to December 21). In the spirit of the season, giving gifts of books is a great way to celebrate. All year we inspect our book donations for new and like new books of all kinds that we can offer you to meet some of your gift giving needs. At only $2.00 for hardbacks, $1.00 for paperbacks and kids’ hardbacks, and $0.50 for kids’ paperbacks, you can’t go wrong!
December Library Events Schedule
December 1 & 2 (Sunday & Monday) – CLOSED
December 4, Wednesday: 9:30 – 10:30am, Pre-School Story Hour with Sue Wolfe
December 7, Saturday: 12:30 – 3:00pm, Santa Visit to the Library
December 8 & 9 (Sunday & Monday) – CLOSED
December 11, Wednesday: 9:30 – 10:30am, Pre-School Story Hour with Sue Wolfe
December 15 & 16 (Sunday & Monday) – CLOSED
December 18, Wednesday: 9:30 – 10:30am, Final Pre-School Story Hour with Sue Wolfe
December 21, Saturday: 1:00 – 3:00pm, Movie Time showing of The Polar Express
December 22 & 23 (Sunday & Monday) – CLOSED
December 24 & 25 (Tuesday & Wednesday) – CLOSED for Christmas
December 28 & 29 (Sunday & Monday) – CLOSED
December 31 (Tuesday) – CLOSED for New Year’s Eve
Adult Book Club: Meets Tuesday, December 10, 2019 in the library from 6:30 – 9:00pm. This session we’ll be reading the NY Times best seller, Life With Picasso by Francoise Gilot. Synopsis: “Her candid memoir remains the most revealing portrait of Picasso written, and gives fascinating insight into the intense and creative life shared by two modern artists. It is an indispensable record of Picasso’s thinking about art, as well as an often very funny account of his relationships with other artists and with dealers and hangers-on. It is also about Françoise Gilot. This is a brilliant self-portrait of a young woman of enormous talent and exacting intelligence figuring out who she wants to be.” (Amazon)
Volunteer Alert! Media Maven Volunteer(s) needed. The person currently maintaining our website and Facebook page is 77 years old (that’s me)! It is about time we found someone younger who knows how to best use our current and new digital media outlets to show the world what our library offers. A maven is an ‘expert’ and that’s what we need. If you have the skills, are creative, and would like to showcase your talents, we can provide the opportunity. Build your resume while helping build the library’s community presence. Contact Curt Bayer at 570-596-3086, or Library Director Steve Bolt at the library.