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570.454.2961
55 N Church St, Hazleton, PA 18201

570.454.2961
55 N Church St, Hazleton, PA 18201

 

Children

 STEAM (2 Part Program)

Mondays, October 8th and 15th (6-7pm) Children in grades 4-8 will experiment with different forms of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math with fun activities. At this first programs, students will create their own volcanoes. At the second program,students will see how baking soda can make their volcanoes erupt, and perform other experiments as well.Reqistration is required and can be made by contacting the library's Children's Department at 570-454-2961. Registration begins Monday, September 24th. 

 Little Learners

Monday, October 29th (6-7pm) This program is for children in Kindergarten-3rd grade. Children will learn about different topics and concepts through stories, activities, playtime, and crafts. Reqistration is required and can be made by contacting the library's Children's Department at 570-454-2961. Registration begins Monday, October 15th.

 Toddler Fall Storytime

Wednesdays (10-10:45am), beginning September 19th, for six weeks. Toddlers ages 2-3, accompanied by an adult, will enjoy stories, songs, activities, and crafts. Reqistration is required and can be made by contacting the library's Children's Department at 570-454-2961. Registration begins Monday, September 10th.

 Preschool Fall Storytime

Wednesdays (6-7pm), beginning September 19th, for six weeks. This program is for children 4-5 years old. By following the PA Cruise into Kindergarten curriculum, we will use stories, songs, crafts, and various activities designed to improve your child's school readiness.Reqistration is required and can be made by contacting the library's Children's Department at 570-454-2961. Registration begins Monday, September 10th.

 Sensory Storytime

Saturday, October 20 (10-10:45am) This storytime will include activities specifically chosen to help children become involved and stay focused during songs and stories. This is a great program for children with a sensory processing disorder, autism, or other special needs.The materials are aimed at children aged 4-7, but ages may vary due to developmental delays. An adult MUST STAY with the child for the entire program.Reqistration is required and can be made by contacting the library's Children's Department at 570-454-2961. Registration begins Monday, October 1st.

 

 Teens

Teen Time: Escape Room

Tuesday, October 9th (6-7pm) Student's in grades 7-12 will lwork together to break out of an escape room in the library..Reqistration is required and can be made by contacting the library's Children's Department at 570-454-2961. Registration begins Monday, September 24th.

 

 

Adults

Service Instruction (Mobile Printing)
The library will be hosting a service instruction session on Thursday, September 20th from 6:00-7:00. This session will serve as a learning opportunity for those looking to find out more about the library’s Mobile Printing service. This informal program will operate similarly to the library’s Tech-Time program. No reservations are required, but we ask that individuals interested in learning more about the service bring their questions and the devices they intend on using to the program. All questions about the program can be directed to Jeff in the library’s reference department at 570-454-2961.

Writing Workshop
Do you have a story to tell, a poem in your heart, or a message you'd like to share through the art of writing? Everyone is capable of being a writer, all that's required is putting pen to paper. All genres-fiction, poetry, memoir, etc. - and any experience level welcome; even if you don't consider yourself a writer. Workshops can be an encouraging place to explore your creativity and receive much needed support and feedback. The workshop will take place in the Community Room on Saturday September 22nd, from 1:00-2:30. This program is intended for Adults and teens 16+. Stop in and register at the Reference desk or call 570-454-2961. Pen and paper will be available if needed. Just bring yourself and your imagination.

Book Cover Redesign
The Great American Read, hosted by PBS put out their list of 100 books that America chose as their favorite. That being said, did you ever wonder why a book had a certain cover? Did you think you could create a better one? Well this is your chance to do just that, with an opportunity to redesign some of the most iconic book covers of all time. This program will take place in the Community Room (Green St entrance) on Tuesday, September 25th from 3:00-4:30. Program participants should use these doors when entering the library. The library will provide all the art supplies needed in order to allow attendees to redesign the selected book (on canvas with paint) for that month’s meeting.  At the end of the program, the attendees’ art will be displayed in the library for all to admire and appreciate. Registration for this program is required, and may be placed by visiting the reference desk of the library, or by phoning the reference department at 570-454-2961.