We’ve reached the final week! If you’re just getting started, fear not. Everyone will have through April 27 to get all their answers submitted (see previous blog posts for photos 1-6). Entry forms can be obtained and submitted at either the main library (Adult Services desk) or on the bookmobile. Whoever identifies the most pictured locations will win the bookmobile for up to two hours at a time and place of their choosing!
The final photo, being out of season and otherwise somewhat nondescript, may pose a challenge, but maybe you know the spot…
Visit BAPL at 6:30 pm tonight to learn more on compulsive internet use. Dr. Boyce Jubilan, Associate Professor of Psychology, DeSales University, will discuss behaviors and treatments for the internet addict. Parking is available in the garage on the west side.
This week, please join us in writing a poem about family. There are many directions you could go with this. Here is poem titled “My Father’s Hats” which may provide some inspiration.
The Main Library is having a special Poetry Open Mic on Tuesday, April 19 from 6:00 to 7:30. Drop in for a lively evening of performances by musicians, singers, comedians, storytellers, as well as poets. Performers should sign up 15 minutes prior to the program.
Earth Day is celebrated in 192 countries around the world every April. Mark this year’s observance with eco-friendly stories and a craft made with recycled materials in the new Children’s Center at the Main Library on Tuesday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m. This Family Fun Night is for all ages and is open to the public.
Time for Week 6! We’re nearing the end, but fear not… If you’ve only just discovered the contest it’s not too late to submit entries for past weeks, and everyone will have through April 27 to get all their answers submitted. See previous blog posts for the other photos. Entry forms can be obtained and submitted at either the main library (Adult Services desk) or on the bookmobile. Whoever identifies the most pictured locations will win the bookmobile for up to two hours at a time and place of their choosing!
Here’s the penultimate photo:
The Lehigh Valley Vanguard gives voice to art, politics, and identity issues during a poetry reading on Thursday, April 14 at the South Side Branch from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. The group is a community of poets who are activist writers taking on issues that are relevant to today. Refreshments will be served. Register online or phone 610-867-7852.