Where’s the Bookmobile? (Contest – Week 4)

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It’s time for Week 4 of this year’s Where’s the Bookmobile? contest…  Seven photos will be posted over seven weeks (see earlier blog posts for previous weeks) and whoever can guess the most correct locations will win the bookmobile at a time and location of their choosing for up to 2 hours!  Entry forms can be obtained and submitted at either the main library’s adult services desk or, of course, on the bookmobile itself.  Feel free to submit your entries week-by-week or several at a time.

Here’s the next photo, recalling snow-covered days of yore (err, several weeks ago)…

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Bring your toddler

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toddlers at play pixBring your toddler to Learn and Grow, a Family Place workshop offered at the South Side Branch on Tuesdays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. beginning March 29. Children, ages 1-3, play with educational toys and explore music and art activities. Each week childhood professionals from the community serve as resources and interact one-on-one with parents, answering questions on an individual basis. Register today!

Get the facts….

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dreamstime_xs_51206131City of Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez and Chief of Police Mark DiLuzio invite the public to a discussion about the area’s growing heroin addiction problem. The communtiy forum will take place at the Main Library on Wednesday, April 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the second floor Laros Room. They will point out how most criminal cases are related to drug use and present remedies for helping the addict and solutions for protecting the community. More here

Update on New Children’s Center

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The Children’s Room will be closed Monday and Tuesday, but for a very good reason! The children and teen collections are being moved upstairs into the new Children’s Center. We had hoped to open on Tuesday, but had a slight delay and will now be opening on Wednesday, March 30th. We are still waiting for some furniture to be delivered and the beautiful donor recognition board to be installed, so we will wait to have a formal grand opening with our wonderful donors. But in the meantime, come and see the new space this Wednesday!

Where’s the Bookmobile? (Contest – Week 3)

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It’s time for Week 3 of this year’s Where’s the Bookmobile? contest…  Seven photos will be posted over seven weeks (check earlier blog posts for previous weeks) and whoever can guess the most correct locations will win the bookmobile at a time and location of their choosing for up to 2 hours!  Entry forms can be obtained and submitted at either the main library’s adult services desk or, of course, on the bookmobile itself.  Feel free to submit your entries week-by-week or several at a time.

Here is Week 3’s photo of the Bookie Monster, just chillin’ … where?

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Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? … Bueller? … Frye?

 

 

Update on new Children’s Center

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children's centerThe Children’s Room will be closed to the public on Thursday afternoon, Saturday and Monday, but for a very good reason! The children and teen collections will be moved upstairs into the new Children’s Center this weekend. The new Center will open on Tuesday. We are still waiting for some furniture to be delivered and the beautiful donor recognition board to be installed, so we will wait to have a formal grand opening with our wonderful donors. But in the meantime, come and see the new space starting next week

Healthy foods can be delicious!

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healthy foodsSo many diets. So much information. Break through the noise of food fads and navigate nutritional options that are right for you. Make educated healthy diet choices. Kelly R. Allen, Northampton Community College professor, Coordinator of the NCC East 40 Community Garden, and board member of the Bethlehem Food Co-op, will discuss uncomplicated healthy and delicious life styles at the Main Library on Saturday, March 26. Learn more here

Fright Night

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scary movie weblWednesday, March 23 is Fright Night at the Main Library. Teens in grades 6 to 12 can chill out by watching a scary movie at 6:30 pm. on the first night of their spring break. Snacks are included. No registration for this free movie night!

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