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FREE online classes now offered under the "Learn Online" tab. One patron writes: "Dear Ms. Geiger, Thank you for offering thee free online classes. I'm taking two and have already had opportunity to apply new skills to benefit both my family and the community. I hope more people hear about these courses and give them a try!."

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ADVOCACY! - Federal Funding for libraries is endangered. Please join in our advocacy to save this critical support for libraries: Read On! 

ADVOCACY! - State funding for services is also once again on the chopping block. Let your legislators know how important libraries are for community growth, workforce development and education. See details and please write!

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We are a PA Forward  library supporting the 5 literacies!

Programs

 The focus of our library programs is community education structured around the five literacies promoted through the Pa Forward initiative:

 
  1. Basic Literacy
  2. Information Literacy
  3. Civil and Social Literacy
  4. Health Literacy
  5. Financial Literacy

 If you have a presentation which you think would make an excellent program that does not involve sales or proselytizing, please contact a member of the library staff to talk about your idea. We also like to provide opportunities to non-profit organizations that offer a service to area residents as Partner-of-the-Month, to offer  a program regarding their services at the library. Contact the Director for more information.

 

Regular Adult  Programs

Music Brown Bag Concerts are offered on Mondays in the Spring season at Noon on the second floor community room. People can gather over the lunch hour and listen to great offerings by local musicians. Bring a borwn bag lunch and beverages are supplied. Watch for details.

Gardener Series Weekly programs are offered by the local chapter of Master Gardeners, usually in a six-part series in the spring or fall. These presenations are very motivating and full of sage wisdom for gardens. 

Talkabouts meet the first Monday of the month and encourage a time of conversation on topics of interest to the community. These are moderated and focus on newsworthy or interesting conversation on local interests.

Thursdays 101 offer a variety of classes designed for beginners to develop skills in the use of computers and current technology. Topics may change with demand so, if you are interested, make a request.

Book Clubs & Kits are available for many interests and ages. Click on the Adults tab above for more information on the clubs that meet in-house at the library on classics, best sellers and the hottest reads. Also available are Book Club Kits from the District Center. A Book Club that is registered with IFL may rent a kit free of charge which comes with 15-20 copies of a title and questions to guide discussion. Please call the front desk for details or reserve your title.

For information about our many children's and teen programs, click on the Children or Teens tab above.