New Oxford

122 North Peter Street New Oxford, PA 17350
phone: (717) 624-2182

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Summer Reading activities at the library



Adams County Library System
New Oxford Area Library
2014 Summer Reading
June 9-August 4
Register, Report, READ, receive prizes

Tuesday, June 17th ALL DAY  Summer Crafts-
Drop in to make and take crafts
Mon Morning June 23 10:00AM
 ForSight Eye Safety
 and Screening for Families-FREE

 
Tues Morning June 24 10:30AM 
It’s Shocking- Whitaker Center All ages
We’ll spark your students’ interest in the
 electrifying world of static electricity.

Tues Morning July 1st  10:30AM 
Science Experiments with Laura

Thurs Evening July 10th   6:00PM
 Bob’s Critters Creepy Crawlers 
 Tarantulas, millipedes, cockroaches & scorpions are
 featured in this amazing program. All ages

Thur Morning July 17th 10:00AM  
Smell & Taste -Herbs &Spices
Master Gardeners Rosemary and Denise  

Thurs Eve July 17  6:00PM
Build with Legos with the Cub Scout Troop 125 

Cool Off And READ with KPETS
Children come and read to a pet one-on-one! 










 

       

 


Sailor  Cullen   Meeko    Casi   Gwendolyn                                             
               
Thursday June 19th at 6:30PM Pet Safety
Thursday July 24th at 6:30PM Dog BINGO
Thursday August 14th at 6:30PM Movie & READ
*Therapy Dog Volunteer trained in Beginning Sign Language

Thursday Mornings 11:00 AM
 Kindergarten Here I Come Storytime 
 no registration

Phone 717-624-2182    wilmak@adamslibrary.org
Hours: Mon and Thurs 2PM-8PM
Tues, Wed, Fri 11AM-5PM Sat 10AM-4PM    
 Sunday –CLOSED

Adult activities at the library



ForSight Vision at the library
 ForSight Vision Center- we are committed to saving sight as well as
 helping individuals coping with various stages of sight loss. 
An important part of our work within the York County community
 revolves around prevention of visual impairments.
June 9th at 10 AM Tony Heath will do a talk on diabetes for adults.
Leora Wiest  will set up a screening station for the adults
and check their distance and near vision.
If they wear glasses, they should be wearing them as
they will do testing with the glasses on,  
 to see how they are working for them.
Registration required-limited seating.

                                                           Computer Classes
Monday Morning 11:00AM  by appointment
Register –call 717-624-2182

Basic computer classes will be scheduled.
Windows 7      Word 2007 or 2010     Cut-copy and paste
Searching the Internet   Basic Email
Contact the librarian to schedule your class.


THE READER’S FORUM an Adult Reader's group
2nd Thursday of the month     9:00-10:00 AM

June 12, 2014  Drowning Ruth  by Christina Schwartz

JULY 10, 2014 American Heiress  by Daisy Goodwin

AUGUST 14, 2014  The Cellist of Sarajevo
by Steven Galloway

SEPTEMBER 11, 2014  ACROB
( Adams County One Book to be announced)

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

So many ways to read a book

I am visiting the Elementary Schools to tell the kids about Summer Reading Club and the Activities at the libraries.
I am finding out so many of the kids have E Readers and other ways to download and read books! I am impressed.
For FREE books to download go to
 -www.adamslibrary.org click on E Library and download the 3M Cloud.
So many ways to read books - so many great titles-
 READ a book
READ a Book
READ.

Friday, May 9, 2014

New Flag

Thank you to Joan Stitz and family for our new flag. I didn't realize how faded the old flag was.