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martin_segal_portraitMartin Segal who writes children’s books has some very nice things to say about our Library! Find them here on Facebook. If you agree that the Library inspires, share our posts with friends and family.

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Are you dreading the holidays?

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xmastreemotifThe holidays can be an emotionally- charged, stressful time when dealing with losses and sadness. Learn how to cope at a program presented by a professional counselor at the Main Library on Saturday, November 14 at 2PM.

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Everything you wanted to know about needle crafts…

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woolbasket_smUnwind with Needlecrafting. Learn a new hobby, improve your skills, or share your talents at drop-in sessions at the Main Library on Thursday, November 12 and Saturday, November 28 from 1PM to 3PM. Bring patterns, needles or crochet hooks. Bring a lunch too. Additional drop-in sessions are planned for the second Thursday and fourth Saturday of December.


Write 50,000 words this month

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NaNoWriMo_logoAspiring writers can work on their novels Saturdays in November from 1-5 PM at the Main Library. Stop by with a laptop or a pad of paper to meet the NaNoWriMo’s (National Novel Writing Month) challenge of writing 50,000 words in one month. Carol L. Wright from Bethlehem Writers Group will kick off the program on November 7 at Noon.

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Cinderella- The Story

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princessPrincesses are trending for young girls right now. Where do we get these fairy tale images of princesses? From fairy tales, of course! The Cinderella story has a long history and appears in many cultures. Come for princess activities on Saturday, November 7 . Tiaras are encouraged but not mandatory!  Kindergarten to grade 5.     Details

Ticket to Work

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Learn about employment services that will best suit your needs that Social Security offers beneficiaries with disabilities through the Ticket to Work program at Main Library on Wednesday, November 4 at 6:30PM. Keep your  benefits while you explore meaningful employment, receive vocational rehabilitation services, and gain work experience. Social Security benefits will continue as you transition to work either at home or in an accommodating workplace, and will be reinstated if you are unable to continue working because of your disability. More here


Scary movie tonight after hours!

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Teens only! Make sure you are here by 6PM tonight before the Library closes! We’ll provide the movie and the snacks. Wear a costume if you like! And bring a friend, too! Grades 6-12.

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Stories that make life meaningful

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MARTYRBrave the elements tonight, you can park in the garage, and come to hear the true story of one individual who risked all and dared to make a difference. Author Lynley Smith tells the story of her distant relative who tried to save Hungarian Jewish children from the Nazis. This story will inspire you.

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