Adult Summer Reading Club Winners

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Congratulations to this week’s ASRC winners! Debbie F., 1st prize recipient, won 2 ArtQuest tickets, and Barbara N. won the 2nd prize, Rita’s Ice coupons. Next Monday, Aug. 11th, we will be giving away a McKenna Tablet case and a USB charger.

Our thanks to all our patrons and sponsors participating in the ASRC!  If you haven’t stopped in to complete an Adult Summer Reading critique form, it’s easy.  Simply complete the critique and return it to the Reference Desk for a chance to win a fabulous prize! Also, keep in mind, the last drawing will be held on Monday, August 18.

New Non-Fiction DVDs

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Boy meets grill.  All style grillingpage and plant

The up series

The most dangerous man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon papers

Sweatin’ to the oldies

Jimmy Page and Robert Plant: live at Irvine Meadows

The Dave Clark Five and beyond: glad all over

Click here for a list of new and recently ordered Non-fiction DVDs

Beach Party at the South Side Branch

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Bring a beach towel and wear your bathing suit to pretend you’re at the beach!  This program is open to children of all ages and their families.  Please register on-line or call the branch at 610-867-7852.

Enjoy an hour of beach stories, music, activities, and make and eat your own ice cream sundae!

This event is on Tuesday, August 12 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM at the South Side Branch.

Musikfest Hours Are In Effect!

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bandsbattleFor the next 10 days, starting today Friday August 1st, Bethlehem ROCKS ON with Musikfest – the mega music festival that takes over the City every year. The Library’s Bookmobile is off the road for the entire week and special Musikfest hours for the Main Library are in effect – they can be found here.

ALL materials must be returned on due dates this year. For your convenience, book drops are open 24/7 at the Main Library, but at the South Side Branch the book drop is only open when the Branch is CLOSED! And, speaking of “closed”, the Branch will close early at 5pm on both Tuesday and Thursday. Otherwise Branch hours are as usual.

Enjoy Musikfest if you are going, and remember, that the Library offers a quiet refuge or a ton of great programs and materials for your enjoyment as well.

Bookmobile will be late

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The bookmobile will arrive late today to Toni Lane due to traffic issues.

The YIPPEE Show TONIGHT….Woo-Hoo!!!

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famfunfinale14webIn a pickle about what the whole family can do tonight? Take a break of the usual and get on over to the Main Library for a DILLY of a time with The YIPPEE Show! TONIGHT at 6:30 pm Rumpeldillskin and his fellow puppets will give a FREE performance at our Family Fun Night finale party. Stories, games and paper-bag puppet making for the kids too! Fun for all ages and NO registration is required. Want more info? Call our Youth Services department at 610-867-3761 x499.

Adult Summer Reading Club Winners

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Congratulations to this week’s ASRC winners! Steve C., 1st prize recipient, won a Valley Farm gift card for $25.00, and Stacey S. won the 2nd prize, Rita’s Ice coupons. Next Monday, Aug. 4th, look for more great prizes, such as ArtQuest Movie tickets and more Rita’s Ice coupons

Our thanks to all our patrons and sponsors participating in the ASRC!  If you haven’t stopped in to complete an Adult Summer Reading critique form, it’s easy.  Simply complete the critique and return it to the Reference Desk for a chance to win a fabulous prize!

Special guest at Back Porch Stories

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littlecutieAward-winning children’s book author Mara Rockliff joins the summer season’s final Back Porch Stories as a special guest at the Main Library on Monday, July 28 at noon.

Bring a blanket and a picnic lunch to hear Mara read her charming tale, The Grudge Keeper (Peachtree, 2014) under the trees near the Japanese Tea Garden on the west side of the Main Library. If it rains, the program will move inside.

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