New in March
Michael Morton's
Baby Lambs
It is that time of year! The Sun-Dance-Kids-Farm has baby lambs and they will be prancing, jumping, and bouncing around the library! Come enjoy their antics and work on a craft too! See you Saturday, March 12 at 11 AM for more in-person fun! No registration necessary.
Camp Calamity
Let's go to camp! Nestled in the Adirondack Mountains, Camp Ashburne, is a family-owned summer camp for grade school-aged children. Unfortunately, Brad Brooks, a camp counselor has been found murdered at the end of the season. Are you ready to help in the investigation of this case, and hopefully catch the killer? Search alone or with your team (4 ppl. max.). Secure your time during Adult Camp Week: Friday, March 25 -Thursday, March 31 (excluding Sunday).
Adulting 101
Introducing Adulting 101! This program aspires to teach important life skills that help people transition to independent living. Topics covered are designed for the
20-something crowd who find themselves needing guidance on subjects not normally addressed in many schools. This is a prerecorded, virtual program that can be accessed through the library's Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Monday, March 14 at 7 PM
Adult Programs
Movie Bingo
Romance + Pop Corn + Bingo = FUN!!
Join us for another edition of Movie Bingo on Wednesday, March 16 at 6 PM! Will it be a Rom Com or a Tear Jerker? Come and see. Maybe you'll leave with a prize too!
Homicide of a Rat: Part II
A Book Talk with
Isaiah Rashad

Join us on Thursday, March 24 at 6:30 PM for the second edition of Isaiah's in-person book talk. In part two, Isaiah will bring more heartfelt stories and will engage the audience with critical questions, while also exploring the dynamics of one of our most powerful institutions and the responsibility it has to our families. Be sure to bring your tissues!
Trivia Night

Let's test your knowledge of Pixar movies during our next Trivia Night! Form your teams (4 ppl. max.) or play individually. Either way, it is sure to be a blast!
Tuesday, March 22 at 6 PM

Will the defending champions retain their trophies?

Registration is necessary. Call 814-362-6527 or click the link below:
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, March 9 at 6 PM when Janelle Nolan demonstrates how to make a cute Spring-themed item (mossy bunny) that will be perfect for your home!

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, March 19 at 10:30 AM. March's book is:

Beneath a Scarlet Sky
Mark Sullivan
Based on the true story of a forgotten hero, Beneath a Scarlet Sky is the triumphant, epic tale of one young man’s incredible courage and resilience during one of history’s darkest hours.
Upcycle This!

Join us virtually on Thursday, March 10 & 24 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.
Teen Reading Lounge

The Astonishing Color of After
Emily X.R. Pan

Alternating between reality and magic, past and present, hope and despair, The Astonishing Color of After is a luminous debut novel about finding oneself through family history, art, bravery, and love.

Join us Tuesday, March 15 at 5 PM.

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

Middle Ground Book Club

The Fowl Twins
Eoin Colfer

This hilarious spinoff from the best-selling Artemis Fowl series stars Artemis' younger brothers, along with a nefarious nobleman, a shadowy nun, and a fairy intern, and a maverick troll.

Join us Thursday, March 3 at 5 PM.

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

Evening Storytime with Percy!
Come meet Percy! The miniature horse with a big heart!! Percy and his owner, Tracy Burgess, will be on hand while we share stories and a craft project! We hope to see you on Wednesday, March 23 at 6 PM. No registration necessary. Please remember your mask.
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.
Registration is necessary for this program as attendance will be limited to ten (10) children, to allow for social distancing requirements. Please keep an eye on social media for any changes. To register, call: 814-362-6527 or click the link below:
Juice Box Heroes

Join Jim Ronan for music and fun on Wednesday, February 16 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!
Amazing Library Services

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Library patrons who possess a library card are able to borrow eBooks, audio books, eMagazines, AND videos when they access OverDrive!