We are expecting 800 children TONIGHT from 5 to 8PM for a ticketed author signing in partnership with Moravian Book Shop. Parking will be at a premium. We are giving everyone one day of grace because we know it will be difficult for our patrons to get into the Main Library to return books, etc. NOTHING WILL BE DUE TODAY!
BTW the tickets for the event are sold-out.
Today is the beginning of the Book Fair Week at Barnes & Noble. Through Sunday, if you mention the Library or even better, bring a voucher that we are handing out at all of our locations, the Library will receive 10-20% of each purchase. We benefit from music, movie and food sales, (only at the cafe at Bethlehem Twp. store near Freemansburg Ave. & Rt. 33) too!
To encourage your participation, we have activities planned each day at the Bethlehem Twp. store. Tonight from 6-8 PM is the inauguration of Bethlehem Stories. Record your memories of growing up, going to school, raising a family or working in Bethlehem (or nearby). The Library will archive these recollections!
If you don’t have a voucher yet, we will hand them out during our events at the store each day. For the full schedule, click here…
The deadline for open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, is March 31. The Bethlehem Area Public Library is offering three dates for assistance with enrolling for health care coverage. The South Side Branch, 400 Webster Street, will have computers and assistance on March 11 from 4-7 p.m. and March 19 from 1-4 p.m. Bilingual help is available upon request. Assistants will help with the process and answer questions.
This service is free and open to the public but through appointment only. Schedule an appointment at 610-867-7852.
Is it forgetfulness or is it Alzheimer’s disease? Dr. Lorraine Spikol will be giving a presentation on the causes of and treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia and the best ways to maintain brain fitness at the Main Library on Tuesday, February 18 at 6 p.m. in the 2nd floor Laros Meeting Room.
Dr. Spikol is the head of neuroscience research at Lehigh Valley Hospital and has been on staff since 1991. The program will include a question and answer portion for caregivers and adults concerned about the nuances of the disease.