Adult Programs
The Adult Reading Challenge is returning for the third consecutive year! Local adults aged 19 years and above can register or sign-in to their previously made Beanstack account, using the button below. This summer, reading books could make anyone a winner of a $25 Amazon Gift card. Adults simply need to complete six books of their choosing and write a short review of each book, to be entered into the library’s raffle. Complete all 10 reading challenges and earn a second entry. Adults can begin logging and tracking their books through Beanstack on June 12. The Adult Summer Reading Challenge is an eight-week program that will end on August 14.
Hunt-A-Killer returns to the library for a second time! Spend a week at a dive bar and sift through the clues. Can you and your team (4 ppl. max.) catch the killer before he/she strikes again? Register for a two-hour time slot and solve the case before it gets cold. The week begins Tuesday, June 7 and ends Sunday, June 12. Two-hour times are 5-7PM Tuesday -Friday, and 10AM-12PM, or 12PM-2PM on Saturday and Sunday. Register at the Circ. Desk or click the button below.
New York City Get Away Weekend
Former tour guide, Angela Shipman will share her years of experience with participants who are interested in exploring the Big Apple. Travel restrictions are easing and people are ready for a vacation. Let Angela's knowledge and stories work for you if you're planning a memorable trip with the whole family or a romantic weekend for two!
Join us Monday, June 13 at 6 PM for this fun, free, in-person program. No registration necessary.
Trivia Night

Let's get nostalgic during our next Trivia Night! Enjoy a trip down memory lane with your team (4 ppl. max.) or play individually. Either way, it is sure to be a blast!
Monday, June 27 at 6 PM

Will the defending champions retain their trophies?

Registration is necessary. Call 814-362-6527 or click the link below:
Restorative Yoga
Explore the benefits of Restorative Yoga with local instructor, Kathy Wright. Using a variety of pillows and blankets/towels, participants will achieve a full body balance during the one hour session.
This free, in-person program does not require registration. Participants will supply their own yoga mats and pillows/blankets. Interested individuals can also participate via the library's Live Stream on Facebook. Join us on Tuesday, June 14 at 6PM.
Gardening with Nature:
Native Bees
In observance of National Pollinator Week, June 20 - 26, McKean County Master Gardener, Keith Adkins will share tips that will help protect the native bee population. Participants will also construct native bee houses to hang in their yards. Participants are asked to bring a clean 10oz. can that is opened on ONE end. Saturday, June 25 at 11 AM
Building Blocks

Judy Brown, owner of the Little Fabric Garden will return with another great project! Thread those sewing machines and get ready to make the project your own! Building Blocks is a prerecorded program that will premier to the library's Facebook page and YouTube channel when the project becomes available. Many of our past works can be found on the library's YouTube channel. Project/Date (TBA)
Copy Cat

Join us for a fun, in-person program on Wednesday, June 15 at 6 PM when Janelle Nolan demonstrates how to paint a field of sunflowers!

Participation for this free program is limited to twelve (12) individuals, so register early! Call 814-362-6527 or click the link below:
Adult Book Club

The next club meeting will be Saturday, June 18 at 10:30 AM.

Club members have elected to explore the works of American author, Ann Patchett, for the month of June.

Please watch our social media posts on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Upcycle This!

Join us virtually on Thursday, June 9 and 23 at 7:00 PM as we repurpose thrifted items during this fun, crafting program.

"Upcycle This!" is a prerecorded video that premiers on the library's Facebook page, so you can enjoy it any time that is convenient for you!

Episodes can also be found on the library's YouTube channel.
BYO-Book Club
Introducing a new book club for our community of bibliophiles! The BYO-Book Club! Read what you like, when you like! Bring your Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Murder-Mayhem, and historical fiction! Bring what you enjoy and share it with others in this totally informal club for people who are crazy about books! All are welcome (age 19+). See you Wednesday, June 22 at 6:30 PM
Teen Reading Lounge

Join us Tuesday, June 28 at 5 PM (new date for June)

The Gilded Ones
Namina Forna

Sixteen-year-old Deka lives in fear and anticipation of the blood ceremony that will determine whether she will become a member of her village.

The Teen Book Club will meet in-person on the third Tuesday of every month at 5:00 pm.

Middle Ground Book Club

Join us Thursday, June 2 at 5 PM.

The Ogress and the Orphans
Kelly Barnhill

A new instant-classic fantasy about the power of generosity and love, and how a community suffers when they disappear.

Middle Ground Book Club will meet in-person on the first Thursday of every month at 5:00 PM.

Petting Zoo
Michael Morton is returning with animals from the Sun-Dance-Kids-Farm Friday, June 17 at 11AM. Bring the whole family and enjoy the animals and their antics!
Story Seekers

Story Seekers is a fun-filled program for 0-5 year old children and their parents or caregivers. Hear great stories, sing a few songs, and complete a craft or two! Story Seekers meets every Monday and Friday at 11 AM.
Juice Box Heroes

Join Jim Ronan for music and fun on Wednesday, June 15 at 11 AM! Juice Box Heroes is an in-person event that is held in the Children's library. We will be singing, dancing, laughing, and making lots of music!