YOUTH IN THE LIBRARY

While we are observing social distancing and mask-wearing we are asking everyone to make an appointment to bring their young children to storytime.

Miss Amy will read a story and there will be a craft afterward. The times are as follows:

Tuesday: 10 am and at 3 pm
Thursday: 3 pm

Please phone 610-264-4151 to make an appointment.

If you are aged 9 to 12, you have your own craft time @ 4 pm on Mondays. We are hoping to make some cool things this year so please join us.

Please phone 610-264-4151 to make an appointment.

“When you absolutely positively have to know, ask a librarian.”

-American Library Association

JOIN OUR TEEN ADVISORY GROUP

Leadership Through Volunteering

• Be part of a Team that promotes teen programs.
• Advise on Teen books and movies.
• Make the Library a better place.
• Earn Community Service Hours.
• SAS – Snacks Always Served!

You must commit to meeting once a month.

Please download, print, and fill out the form. You can then bring the completed form back to the library.

“The library is like a gym for the brain.”

-Hannah, Age 12

THE CHILDREN’S ROOM

A bequest from the estate of Irmgard Bollinger, wife of Library Trustee Del Bollinger, enabled the Library to create StoryTime corners furnished  with comfortable and inviting carpeting and rocking chairs. The Children’s Room is a place for young children to browse, read, color, play with stuffed toys and, importantly, share time with their families, parents, siblings, and caretakers in an atmosphere that supports learning through exploration.

Young children are encouraged to participate in Tuesday morning Story Times at 10:30. Each week, the selections are tailored to the children who attend.  Sometimes children are eager to read themselves. The Library has a good selection of “I Can Read” books.  Often, older siblings accompany their younger brothers and sisters. StoryTime is open to all children who will enjoy paying attention and participating.