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Springboro Library happenings
SPRINGBORO - 2017 Summer Reading Challenge is underway!!! Events for adults, teens and children as part of the fun.
Every Tuesday through July 29, we have teen activities at the Library at 2 pm. Some activities include birdhouse painting, a library scavenger hunt, beaded jewelry craft and board games. Attending one of these activities will give teens 1 credit for the reading challenge.
Every Thursday adults can earn 1 credit for activities at 2 pm also. June 29 - painting clay pots. Other activities include computer class, aromatherapy craft and jewelry making.
Keep Saturday, July 15, open for the Celebrate Springboro festival where we are hosting a “Touch a truck” event. Kids can come learn about some of the coolest trucks in our community.
The fun for kids will continue on July 29, at 11 am when we end the summer challenge with the Noah’s Ark Animal workshop.
The library has more to offer than ever! We currently have books, magazines, movies, music CDs, playaways and books on CD. We have a variety of materials for the whole family. Patrons are welcome to come in and read or use the internet in a quiet, relaxing atmosphere.
Check out our website. The library offers free access to universal classes for over 500 subjects now!
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For more information, please call the library at 814-587-3901 or visit the website www.ccfls.org/springboro or check out the latest news on facebook. All library events are free. The library is located at 110 South Main St in Springboro.
Library hours are: Monday 12 noon - 8 p.m., Tuesday 2 p.m. - 8 p.m., Wednesday 12 noon - 8 p.m., Thursday 2 p.m. -8 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Saturday summer hours 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. will start on June 24.
With your library card, you can also earn free continuing education credits through Universal Class or access free test preparation and practice exams for high school, college entrance, professional certification and licensing, military and civil service through the Testing & Education Reference Center.
Stone Memorial Library
CONNEAUTVILLE - Starting in July there will be a program called “ Summer in the Son.” Every Wednesday and Thursday 10 am - 1 pm, at Lord Mason Park for grades 1-5. There is no charge and lunch will be provided. Come Join! Crafts, activities, games and lots of Summer fun!
Summer Reading Events are in full swing! Check the dates and mark the calendar and as always keep reading to get tickets for grand prizes.
July 11th: Bricks for Kidz ( Lego Challenge)
July 18th: Tamarack Wildlife Center ( This event will be held down at the Rolling fields Pond )
July 25th: Erie Zoo
August 1st: Cooperative games and Family Picnic- Grand prize drawings and book give-aways.
Also, as part of our summer reading program, the teens and tweens will be meeting Thursday afternoons from 2:00 - 3:30 at the library. This will be a time for reading, building, and of course, SNACKS! Funding for the summer reading programs provided by the Erie/Crawford library district and local businesses. Thank you! For all that you do to make the summer reading program a success!
Our annual book sale will be held July 24th through 29th during our regular library hours. This is a great time to add to your home collection and make room at the library for more new materials.
August 1st we will be taking part in the National Night Out, yet again. We will be selling sandwiches, chips and drinks to raise money to help with the needs of the library. We would love to have you stop by and support the library.
For more information about events or if you have questions,please call
We have started participating in the Amazon Smile program. If you go to www.smile.amazon.com, and choose Stone Memorial Library, a portion of your purchase will be donated to us. Thank you for your support!
Stone Memorial Library is open Monday & Friday 1 - 6, Tuesday & Thursday 9 - 6, and Saturdays from 9 - 1. You can reach us at 587-2142.
Adults can participate in reading groups and take advantage of Universal classes online with over 500 subjects to choose from.