Come to Family Fun Night tonight at 6:30 PM. Play bingo with either number or picture cards to win chocolate candy and books. Don’t jeopardize your chance of winning by eating the M&Ms that will be used for the card markers!
All ages. No registration. Free! More here…
Feeling homebound due to the inclement weather? Why not stop by BAPL from noon to 2 pm this Wednesday for a few hours of fun playing board games and video games with friends and neighbors! Bring your lunch! To find out more about this fun program and others visit http://www.bapl.org/adultprograms.html.
All the Monday bookmobile stops were checked for road safety and parking safety this morning. With the conditions as they are the bookmobile will have the following schedule:
1:45-2:45 Bethlehem Township Municipal Bldg-as scheduled
3:00-5:45 Hanover Township Community Center-longer hours
Monocacy, and Chesterfield aren’t safe enough.
Any items due where people can’t get to the revised schedule will be extended until the next scheduled visit.
Hosted by Lehigh University at the South Side Branch on Thursday, February 13 as part of the Global Citizenship Capstone Project. Refreshments served. No registration. Open to the public. Free. Also, March 13 and April 10. Details here…
The Bethlehem Area Public Library is seeking a full-time Head of Information Services. A Master’s degree in Library Science and four or more years of increased responsibility in public library adult services are required. This position is 37.5 hours per week, including one evening per week and one Saturday every other week. The library’s Head of Information Services currently supervises nine staff members. Starting salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience, with a base salary of $50,795.
See below for full job job description. Qualified candidates should submit a resume, cover letter and three references by Monday, March 3rd to: Erin M. Poore, Assistant Director, Bethlehem Area Public Library,
11 W. Church St.Bethlehem, PA 18018 , or email to firstname.lastname@example.org Read More »