Ahhh, bittersweet Labor Day. The “yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country” (US Dept. of Labor). A time to relax and enjoy the unofficial end of summer. Even though the Library is closed this weekend- Saturday and Monday, you can still download eBooks, digital magazines, or access our online resources. Enjoy the long weekend!
Exercise programs such as Zumba improve both physical and mental health! Popular Zumba classes use dance to burn calories at the South Side Branch every Thursday at 6:30 pm through October 29. Dance easy-to-follow moves to salsa, merengue, reggae and hip hop tunes. The one hour classes are for children, teens and adults. Register here…
The taming of the queen – Philippa Gregory
X – Sue Grafton
Who do you love – Jennifer Weiner
Alert – James Patterson
The nature of the beast – Louise Penny
Goodbye worries: train your mind to quiet your thoughts anytime – Roberta Shapiro
Click here for a complete list of new audiobooks and playaways
Participate in the Favorite Poem Project of Bethlehem! The National Favorite Poem Project was founded in 1997 by the 39th Poet Laureate of the U.S., Robert Pinsky. This year Bethlehem is participating and is seeking people of all ages, occupations and ethnic backgrounds to read aloud their favorite poem at the Bethlehem City Hall Rotunda on October 22 at 7 pm.
To be considered, please submit the following information by September 25, 2015:
Author, (cannot be you or anyone you know), title, publisher, and why this poem is important to you (3-4 sentences)
Your name, email, city or township, ethnicity, occupation (students should list school & grade), and age (optional)
All languages welcome! The Favorite Reading Project of Bethlehem will select 15 readers from those submitted by the September 25 deadline. Submit to:
The Favorite Poem Project of Bethlehem
PO Box 1921
Bethlehem, PA 18016-9998
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharpen your math skills before the start of school. Join the creators of the 2×3 math game and practice your times tables while having fun. Team up with others entering grades 3 and up in the Youth Department, Thursday, August 13 & 20, 1:00 – 2:00 pm. No registration, just drop in!