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Lancaster Public Library created a teen-centered book club for youth ages 12-18! Come, and check it out! Join us to talk about our featured book, YA buzz, and also bring reading suggestions for possible featured books for future meetings. BOOK GROUP DETAILS The group will meet the 4th Wednesday of every month at 6pm in the Clark Room, on the library's 2nd floor January book selection: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Ages: 12-18 Questions? Contact our Children's Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-394-2651…Find out more »
Join us at the library for a day of STEM activities! Try your hand at mini-science projects, learn about new technologies, test your engineering skills, and have FUN doing math! There will be multiple activities for each of the STEM categories, and a little bit of art too. This is a drop-in program, so stop by and stay as long as you like!Find out more »
Join our discussion of short stories by well-known and lesser-known 20th and 21st century writers! First Wednesday of every month in the Windolph Room from 10 - 11:30am. February 7 Juno Diaz's “Aguantando” Sandra Cisneros' “The House on Mango Street”, “Eleven”, “Smart Cookie”, “A House of my Own”, and “Mango Says Goodbye Sometimes” March 7 Peter Cameron's “After the Flood” & “Excerpts from Swan Lake” April 4 Steven Millhouser's “The Disappearance of Elaine Coleman” Annette Sanford “Nobody Listens When I Talk” May 22 Wil Weitzel's “Lion” Amy…Find out more »
Too old for storytime? Join us for a book club instead! We are excited to launch a new book club for children in grades 4-6. Beginning in February, we will meet once per month to discuss middle grade reads. Participants should come to the meeting prepared to discuss that month’s book selection. Each meeting will also feature activities based on current book. Book clubs are beneficial for kids. And, benefits extend beyond fostering a love of reading. Talking about what…Find out more »