Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces August Programs/Camps

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces August Programs/Camps

The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum, 2 West 7th Street, is pleased to announce its programs for August.
The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum is open Monday through Saturday 10 am-4 pm. For more information about these and additional programs, visit the-childrens-museum.org

SUMMER CAMPS

Preschool Dinosaur Discoveries Camp
July 29th-August 2nd
Session A 9-10 AM
Session B 11 AM – 12 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-prekdino24

Ready, set, RAWR for Dinosaurs! Campers will travel back in time and learn about the amazing giants that roamed the land. Kids will travel through time with their imaginations while learning science.

Art with Anne II
July 29th-August 2nd
10 AM – 1 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-paint224

Join Anne Cosper, Bloomsburg resident, Art Cart Facilitator, life-long artist who really likes the creative process for this week-long summer camp! The only thing better than making things? Making things with other people! Make sure you put your creative caps on! Ages 6-12

Nerf Modification Camp
July 29th-August 2nd
10 AM – 1 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-nerf24

Campers will take apart a nerf mega hotshock blaster, learn how it works, and modify the blaster to increase its performance. Campers will then have the opportunity to fabricate custom parts for their own blasters.

Teen Camp – Build an Electric Skateboard
August 5th-9th
10 AM – 1 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-skate24

This camp is for students aged 12-17. During this week-long camp, students will build their own electric skateboard, test it out, and learn about the electronics and mechanics that go into their new mode of transportation.

AgriExplorers Summer Camp
August 5th-9th
10 AM – 1 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-agri24

This camp is designed to provide a unique blend of education, exploration, and fun, allowing young minds to connect with the earth and learn about the fascinating world of agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting in Pennsylvania. Campers ages 6+ will learn about livestock, crop production, machinery, working animals, and more through hands-on demonstrations and activities with special guests who work in their respective fields.

American Girl Summer Camp
August 12th-16th
10 AM – 1 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-ag24

This is a fun-filled, one-of-a-kind camp that encourages creativity and is packed with a variety of dynamic memory-making activities for students aged 6-12! This camp is not about “playing with dolls”, it is more about a shared passion and enthusiasm for creative and artistic expression that is so dynamic in all our girls. We know every young girl is a creative artist, engineer, architect, and visionary at heart. Above all, our girls are STARS!

Young Writers Camp
August 12th-16th
1-3 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-writing24

Join a graduate of The Author Conservatory (an advanced fiction-writing trade school) to plot, write, and publish your own original story in a week.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Kitties with Kiddies
August 3rd
9:30-10:15 AM
Register online: https://bit.ly/bcm-kitties24

We are excited to host this special story time with kittens from the Animal Resource Center. A themed craft is included. Space is limited. Parents and children need to register. Proceeds benefit the Animal Resource Center.

 9th Annual Touch-A -Truck
August 10th, 10AM – 2 PM

Join us at Rohrbach’s Farm for a fun-filled day with trucks of all kinds! Get an up-close, hands-on look at loaders, campers, tractors, heavy equipment, fire engines, and more! No fee to attend, donations are appreciated.

Our 40th Birthday Party
Saturday, August 17, 10 AM – 3 PM!

Come celebrate 40 years of the Children’s Museum with us! Free admission all day!

Invasive Species
August 12th, 5:30-6:30 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-invasive24

Join us for a FREE program at the Montour Preserve. Enjoy hands on activities and learn how to identify and fight against invasive species. Recommended for ages 6+. All participants must be registered in advance.

Dinosaur Disco
August 24, 9-11 AM
Purchase Tickets Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-dinodisco24

Join the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum at the BBQ & Brew Music Festival for a kid-friendly Dinosaur Disco Party! Our friends from Pennsylvania Dinosaur will be there to dance the morning away with you! Join us for some great dinosaur crafts, activities, and games to learn about these amazing creatures that roamed the earth millions of years ago! $10 admission for everybody, including admission to the BBQ and Brew Music Festival.

 

Battle in the Burg
August 24th
9 AM – 4 PM
Competitors Register Online: www.robotcombatevents.com/events/1445

1 lb. & 3 lb. combat robots battle it out in intense mechanical matchups.  Come see the battles, enjoy free admission to the museum, grab some food, and try out our kid-friendly battlebots in our small arena!

 

PROGRAMS

First Friday
August 2nd
10 AM – 7 PM

Come celebrate National Dog Month with free admission from 4-7 PM courtesy of the Benton VFW Post 8317!

PreK: Wild Roots
August 13th and 27th
10 – 11 AM

Pre-K children come to explore the wild in this nature-based program. We will learn about animals, insects, birds, trees, and the world around us. We will read together, make a craft, and combine music and movement as we explore and play in nature! Included with admission.

$2 Tuesday
August 20th
10 AM – 4 PM

On the third Tuesday of the month, there’s $2 admission all day! The Exchange will host hands-on Art Cart projects from 10 AM – 2 PM

VISIT US OFF-SITE

Thursday, August 1st
Rudy Gelnett Library 10-11 AM

Saturday, August 3rd
Degenstein Library 10-11 AM

3rd Annual Susquehanna Greenway Outdoor Expo 10 AM – 3 PM

Tuesday, August 6th
Milton Public Library 4-5 PM
National Night Out 5-8 PM

Wednesday, August 7th

Selinsgrove REC 12:30-1:30 PM
Ringtown Library 2-3 PM

Thursday, August 8th
Hughesville Library 10-11 AM
Oswayo Valley Library 10-11 AM
Oswayo Valley Library 2-3 PM
Priestly Forsyth Library 6:30-7:30 PM

Friday, August 9th
DCDC Summer SACK Program 10-11 AM

Saturday, August 10th
Knoxville Public Library 10-11 AM

Monday, August 12th
Ralpho Township Library 6-7 PM

Thursday, August 15th
Galeton Public Library 2-3 PM
Orangeville Library 6-7 PM

Tuesday, August 20th
Bloomsburg Teen Center 5-6 PM
Shamokin Coal Twp Library 6-7 PM

Thursday, August 22nd
Blossburg Library 4-5 PM
Montgomery House Library 6-7 PM

Saturday, August 24th
Bloomsburg ArtFest 10 AM – 5 PM

Monday, August 26th
Elkland Library 4-5 PM

Tuesday, August 27th
Mount Carmel Library 4-5 PM

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces July Programs/Camps

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces July Programs/Camps

The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum, 2 West 7th Street, is pleased to announce its programs for July.
The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum is open Monday through Saturday 10 am-4 pm. For more information about these and additional programs, visit the-childrens-museum.org

SUMMER CAMPS
Maker Camp: Digital Fabrication
July 8-12th
10:00AM-1:00PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-makerfab24

Barista in Training Camp
July 8-12th
1:00-4:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-barista24

Creative Arts Camp II
July 15-19th; 10-1:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-arts2

Maker Camp II
July 15-19th
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-maker22

Little Sprouts Enchanted: Fairy Garden Explorers Camp
July 22-26th
Session A: 9-10:00 AM
Session B: 11 AM-12:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-prekfairy24

Teen Camp: Build A Bar-Top Arcade
July 22-26th
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-arcade24

Stop Motion Animation Camp
July 22-26th
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-stopmotion2

Preschool Dinosaur Discoveries
July 29 – Aug 2nd
Session A: 9-10:00 AM
Session B: 11 AM-12:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-prekdino

Art with Anne II
July 29 – Aug 2nd
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-paint224

Nerf Modification Camp
July 29 – Aug 2nd
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-nerf24

SPECIAL EVENTS
“May the Force Be With You” Day
Saturday, July 13th
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Purchase Tickets Online:
https://bit.ly/bcm-maytheforce2024
Meet and take pictures with professional Star Wars characters, make your own lightsaber, enjoy new games, crafts, and food vendors. Plus dunk-a-trooper, ALL NEW Jedi obstacle course, blast-a-trooper, and more! Come dressed as your favorite Star Wars character! Learn more about this event online at https://www.pew-pew.org/ Tickets are on pre-sell for “May The Force Be With You” Day on Saturday, July 13th. There will only be a limited number of tickets sold. TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY, EVEN FOR MUSEUM MEMBERS.

3rd Annual Daddy Daughter Dance
Sunday, July 28th
3:00 – 6:00 PM
Purchase Tickets Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-dance24
Let us give you a magical evening with your daughter! The Museum will be transformed into every little girl’s dream with appearances from beloved princesses, a red carpet photo shoot, fun crafts and activities, unicorn meet & greets, and dancing! Daughters may be escorted by Dad, Grandpa, Uncle, or any other special person who fits this role.
Tickets include appetizers and desserts, unicorn meet and greets, photo opportunities, a limousine ride provided by Susquehanna Valley Limousine, and an afternoon under the tent dancing to live music! All guests must purchase a ticket to enter. Limited VIP tickets include all of the above plus corsage and boutonniere, a private unicorns meet and greet, and a VIP time slot (between 2-4:00 p.m.) for hair and makeup. Mom, would you still like to see this special night? We will have a VIP red carpet spot for everybody to take pictures before they enter the event. If you would like to participate in the night, please consider volunteering with us. Sign up to volunteer online at https://forms.gle/mP99UJCYFD4C8fju6

PROGRAMS
First Friday: July 5th
10 AM – 7 PM
The museum will be open until 7 PM.

PreK: Wild Roots
July 2nd, 16th, 30th
10 – 11 AM
Pre-K children come to explore the wild in this nature-based program. We will learn about animals, insects, birds, trees, and the world around us. We will read together, make a craft, and combine music and movement as we explore and play in nature! Included with admission.

$2 Tuesday
July 16th
10 AM – 4 PM
On the third Tuesday of the month, there’s $2 admission all day! The Exchange will host hands-on Art Cart projects from 10 AM – 2 PM

SPECIAL EVENTS
Kitties with Kiddies
July 6th
9:30-10:15 AM
Register online:  https://bit.ly/bcm-kitties24
We are excited to host this special story time with kittens from the Animal Resource Center. A themed craft is included. Space is limited. Parents and children need to register. Proceeds benefit the Animal Resource Center.

VISIT US OFFSITE

Monday, July 1st
Orangeville Public Library
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Saturday, July 6th
Degenstein Library
10 – 11 AM

Monday, July 8th
Orangeville Library 4-5 PM

Ralpho Township Library 6-7 PM
Montour Preserve 8:30-9:30 PM

Wednesday, July 10th
Bloomsburg Town Park: Roll & Read
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Ringtown Library 2-3 PM

Thursday, July 11th
Rudy Gelnett Library 10-11 AM

Friday, July 12th
Danville Child Development Center
10:00 – 11:00 AM

Saturday, July 13th
Knoxville Library
10:00 – 11:00 AM

Monday, July 15th
Orangeville Library 4-5 PM

Tuesday, July 16th
Priestly-Forsyth Library 4-5 PM
Bloomsburg Teen Center 6-7 PM

Shamokin Coal Township Library
6:00 – 7:00 PM

Wednesday, July 17th
Green Free Library
10:30 – 11:30 AM

Selinsgrove Rec
12:30-1:30 PM

Saturday, July 20th
Agape-Palooza 10AM – 4 PM

Monday, July 22nd
Elkland Library 1-2 PM

Orangeville Library
4-5 PM

Tuesday, July 23rd
Mount Carmel Library
4-5 PM

Wednesday, July 24th
Green Free Library
10:30-11:30 AM

Ringtown Library
2-3 PM

Thursday, July 25th
Hughesville Library
10-11 AM

Blossburg Library
4-5 PM

Montgomery House Library
6-7 PM

Saturday, July 27th
Galeton Library
2-3 PM

Monday, July 29th
Orangeville Library
4-5 PM

Wednesday, July 31st
Ringtown Library
2-3 PM

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Receives Grant From PPL Foundation for “Equitable Access to STEM Resources for Rural Communities”

The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum is pleased to announce it has received a $17,190 grant from the PPL Foundation. These funds will support the Museum’s “Equitable Access to STEM Resources for Rural Communities” program.

The project puts STEM resources into the hands of underserved students in isolated rural communities. It builds on a successful pilot program the Museum ran in collaboration with PPL and the Smithsonian Science Education Center. The piloted program’s goal was to connect resources that follow the Pennsylvania new STEELS Academic Standards with at-risk students and their teachers. These funds will support expanding the program and includes producing online professional development courses for teachers. These additional resources will allow the Museum to expand this program throughout its service region.

“Receiving this grant from the PPL Foundation is a tremendous boost for our mission to bring high-quality STEM education to underserved rural communities,” said Dr. Ginny Weibel, Director of the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum. “This project is crucial because it not only provides vital resources to students who might otherwise be overlooked, but it also empowers teachers with the tools they need to inspire the next generation of innovators. We are thrilled to expand our program and continue making a significant impact in these communities.”

“PPL supports communities where all are respected, valued and free to reach their full potential in life,” said Lissette Santana, PPL Foundation president. “The PPL Foundation is proud to recognize programs supporting underserved communities and advancing equity and inclusion in the communities we serve.”

The PPL Foundation announced the recipients of its Powering Equity Grants, awarding $203,000 in grants to support 30 organizations working to enhance diversity, equity and inclusion in the communities they serve.

About the PPL Foundation
Through strategic partnerships, the PPL Foundation supports organizations working to create vibrant, sustainable communities; promote diversity, equity and inclusion; and empower each citizen to fulfill her or his potential. The PPL Foundation contributes to a wide variety of nonprofit organizations in eastern and central Pennsylvania. To learn more, visit pplcares.com.

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces State Science Fair Winners

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces State Science Fair Winners

The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum is excited to announce that the eight students who participated in the Museum’s Science Fair held on January 18th recently competed at the state-level Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) after finishing first in the Regional PJAS Fair. The museum had 32 students from 6 schools and homeschool groups competing at the local science fair held at the Bloomsburg Fire Company. From that, 19 students were sent to the regional fair at Susquehanna University on March 9th. Students who scored a first award at the Regional Fair qualified for the state science fair held this past Monday, March 20th at Penn State University.
The Museum sponsored eight students at the state fair. The following is a list of the students, the schools they represented, their projects, and the awards they received at the state fair.
  • Blake Rothermel, 8th grade, Line Mountain Middle School, project: “Development of a Water Purification Device” First Award
  • Emily Miller, 8th grade,   Montgomery Area, project: “Unraveling the Human Brain: The Stroop Effect” First Award
  • Isabelle Clinard, 8th grade, Montgomery Area, project: “First-Person Accounts: Is there a Time Limit for Memory?” Second Award
  • Chase Waring, 8th  grade, Montgomery Area, project: “Pepsi vs Coke: A Bias Study” Third Award
  • Lily Gingery, 8th grade, Montgomery Area, project “Are Composite Faces More Attractive than Real Faces?” First Award
  • Charlie Corbeil, 9th grade, Homeschooled, project: “Investigating Pigments in Plants Using Paper Chromatography” Second Award
  • Tim Farwell, 9th grade,  Homeschooled, project: “Investigating Quality of Blown Snow Under Different Conditions” First Award
  • Nathan Corbeill, 11th Homeschooled, project: “Measuring Photosynthesis Rates Using a Floating Leaf Assay” First Award

Columbia County Traveling Library and Bloomsburg Public Library Join Forces for Spectacular Summer Learning Kick-off Event

BLOOMSBURG, PA—Get ready for a summer of fun and learning as the Columbia County Traveling Library and Bloomsburg Public Library come together for an unforgettable Summer Learning kick-off event. Set to take place on Saturday, June 1st, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., this free community festival promises a day of excitement, exploration, and opportunities for discovery for babies, toddlers, and kids entering into Pre-K through 8th grade this fall.

Partnering to bring the community a fun and educational experience, the Columbia County Traveling Library and Bloomsburg Public Library have activities and attractions that will engage and delight visitors of all ages. Attendees will have the chance to participate in a variety of engaging activities and games, including:

● Paper Plate Mazes
● Friendship Bracelet Making
● Alka Seltzer Rockets
● Nature Scavenger Hunt
● Backyard Bouncin-Jungle Obstacle Course

For nature enthusiasts, the Bird Watch Station will provide an opportunity to observe local wildlife up close with binoculars and a bird guide. Meanwhile, the Flashlight Fun Puppet Theater will captivate imaginations with shadow puppetry inside a blackout tent.

Thrill-seekers can put their skills to the test at the Library Olympic Challenge, featuring events such as Book Stacking, Book Balance, and the Fast Alphabet. And for those with a creative streak, Fort Building and Crack the Code activities will spark innovation and problem-solving.

The beloved Princess Rapunzel will join the festivities from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., adding a touch of magic to the day’s events. Additionally, community partners, including The Children’s Museum, Rohrbach’s Farm, and The Exchange’s Art Cart, will be on hand to provide additional entertainment and activities.

To top it all off, each attendee will receive a goody bag filled with valuable information about the Summer Learning Programs at the Bloomsburg Public Library and the Columbia County Traveling Library, ensuring that the learning journey continues long after the kick-off event concludes. Free snacks and drinks will be provided.

Don’t miss this FREE opportunity to kick off your summer with a day of excitement, exploration, and enrichment! Join us at Bloomsburg Town Park on Saturday, June 1st, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a celebration you won’t soon forget.

For more information about the Summer Learning kickoff event and program, visit bloomsburgpl.org, travelinglibrary.org, call the Bloomsburg Public Library at 570-784-0883, or call the Traveling Library at 570-387-8782.

The Bloomsburg Public Library was founded in 1889 and is proud to serve all of Columbia County with our partners the Columbia County Traveling Library and the Orangeville Public Library. It is the mission of the Bloomsburg Public Library to provide a welcoming, inclusive, and lively environment that inspires and enriches our community through access to materials, resources, innovative programs, and experiences that promote lifelong learning, literacy, and creativity. For more information about the Library, its services, programs, and events, visit the website at bloomsburgpl.org.

The Columbia County Traveling Library was founded in 1941 and serves as a vital resource for rural communities across Columbia County. Comprising the Traveling Library, Central Branch, Benton Area Branch, and Catawissa Area Branch, along with partnerships with Orangeville Public Library and Greenwood Friends School Library, the Traveling Library offers access to a diverse collection of books, audiobooks, and DVDs. Through personalized service, community ownership, and a commitment to literacy and lifelong learning, the Traveling Library fosters a connected community of readers, learners, and volunteers. For more information about the Traveling Library’s services, programs, and locations, visit the website at travelinglibrary.org.

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces June Programs/Camps

Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Announces June Programs/Camps

The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum, 2 West 7th Street, is pleased to announce its programs for June.
The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum is open Monday through Saturday 10 am-4 pm. For more information about these and additional programs, visit the-childrens-museum.org

SUMMER CAMPS

Art with Anne I
June 3-7th
10:00AM-1:00PM

Register online: https://bit.ly/bcm-paint324

Join Anne Cosper, Bloomsburg resident, Art Cart Facilitator, and life-long artist who really likes the creative process for this week-long summer camp! The only thing better than making things? Making things with other people! Make sure you put your creative caps on! Anne will be teaching two sessions of Art with Anne; each will be a little bit different. Ages 6+

Maker Camp I
June 3-7th; 10-1:00 p.m.
Ages 6-14

Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-maker124

At Maker Camp, campers will dive into the fundamentals of manufacturing and engineering design processes, gaining hands-on experience with cutting-edge technologies. From 3D printing and laser cutters to plastic formers, soldering, woodworking, hand tools, and other machinery, our campers will have the opportunity to unleash their imaginations and bring their ideas to life. Ages 6-14.

Ag Camp at Rohrbach’s
June 10-14th

Register Online: rohrbachsfarm.net

For kids who have completed K-8th grade. Each day on the farm will be filled with hands on learning and education! In partnership with the PA Mobile Ag Lab and the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum, each day will be filled with guest speakers and hands on fun to help children learn about Agriculture careers and practices. The camp is broken up into small groups by grade level for the relevant and impactful learning.

Tiny Taste Buds: A PreK Cooking Camp
June 10-14th
Session A: 9-10:00 a.m.
Session B: 11-12:00 p.m.

Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-prekcook24

Welcome to our Preschool Cooking and Storytime Summer Camp—an enchanting adventure designed for young minds ages 2-5 to explore the magic of stories and the joy of cooking! Our camp combines the wonder of storytelling with hands-on cooking activities, fostering creativity, imagination, and a love for learning in your little ones.

3D Printing & Laser Cutting:
Toy and Game Design
June 24-28th; 6-8:00 p.m.

Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-3D24

Walk through the engineering design process to create your own toy. Students will brainstorm ideas for toys, create a 3D design of their project in a CAD program, learn how to troubleshoot their design for production and print out a final version of their creation to take home. Ages 9+

Enchanting Adventures with Princess
Belle: A Royal Preschool Camp
June 17th-21st
Session A: 9-10:00 a.m.
Session B: 11-12:00 p.m.

Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-belle24

Our enchanting camp is designed to transport your little ones into the fairy-tale world of Princess Belle from Beauty and the Beast. Immerse your child in a whimsical realm of creativity, friendship, and discovery, where every moment is filled with joy and wonder. Ages 2-5

Creative Arts Camp I
June 24-28th; 10-1:00 p.m.

Register Online: https://bit.ly/bcm-arts1

In this exciting art camp, 6-12 year olds will have the opportunity to develop their creativity and artistic skills by working with a variety of media and approaches, sometimes way outside of the box! This creative camp will unleash your child’s imagination and give them the freedom to express themselves both independently and collaboratively all while fostering new friendships. Projects change every summer, allowing kids to come back each year and try something new! Presented by Mock Pie Studio artist and Artspace member Sara Mika.

PROGRAMS
First Friday: June 7th

10 AM – 7 PM
The museum will be open until 7 PM.

PreK: Wild Roots
June 4th and 18th

10 – 11 AM
Pre-K children come to explore the wild in this nature-based program. We will learn about animals, insects, birds, trees, and the world around us. We will read together, make a craft, and combine music and movement as we explore and play in nature! Included with admission.

$2 Tuesday
June 18th
10 AM – 4 PM
On the third Tuesday of the month, there’s $2 admission all day! The Exchange will host hands-on Art Cart projects from 10 AM – 2 PM.

SPECIAL EVENTS
Kitties with Kiddies
June 1st
9:30-10:15 AM
Register online: https://bit.ly/bcm-kitties24
We are excited to host this special story time with kittens from the Animal Resource Center. A themed craft is included. Space is limited. Parents and children need to register. Proceeds benefit the Animal Resource Center.

VISIT US OFF-SITE
Saturday, June 1st
Degenstein Community Library
10:00 – 11:00 AM

Degenstein Rescue Fair
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Tuesday, June 4th
Milton Public Library
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Saturday, June 8th
Knoxville Public Library
10:00 – 11:00 AM

Monday, June 17th
Girls on the Run
1:00 – 2:30 PM

Tuesday, June 18th
Shamokin Coal-Twp Library
6-7 PM

Wednesday, June 19th
Girls on the Run
1:00 – 2:30 PM

Monday, June 24th
Elkland Community Library
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Tuesday, June 25th
Mt Carmel Library
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Priestly-Forsyth Memorial Library
6:30 – 7:30 PM

Wednesday, June 26th
Selinsgrove REC
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Green Free Library
10:30 – 11:30 AM

Thursday, June 27th
Blossburg Memorial Library
4:00 – 5:00 PM

Montgomery House Library
6:00 – 7:00 PM

Saturday, June 29th
Galeton Library
2:00 – 3:00 PM