- BOOK CLUBS
Brown Bag Book Club
Bring your lunch, and join Gayle at Lebanon Junction or Mt. Washington Library to discuss our latest book selection. Details and online registration.
Join BCPL's new monthly book club for adults and explore fascinating nonfiction titles! Details and online registration.
Let's Talk About It
Book Discussion Group led by Prof. Diane Calhoun-French at Ridgway Memorial Library. Meets once a month through most of the year. More details.
- COMMON THREADS CRAFT GROUP
Calling all yarn and thread crafters! Join crocheters, knitters, loom artists, embroiderers, and others for a fun night of sharing your current projects and good company. Please bring your own supplies. Common Threads is not a library-funded program. Group meets every Tuesday @ 6:00, Ridgway Memorial Library.
- COMPUTER CLASSES
Group Computer Classes
The Reference and Outreach Departments offer special-interest group computer classes and workshops on a semi-regular basis. Possible topics include coding, Pinterest, online job searching, eBay retailing, online genealogy research, and resources for book lovers. Please check program listings or the Library Bulletin for current classes. You may also contact the Reference Department at 543-7675 ext. 4 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest topics for future group classes.
Do you need one-on-one help with your beginning or intermediate computer skills? We can help with a variety of skills, including Web navigation for beginners, search skills, typing and mousing skills, setting up and using an e-mail account, using social media tools, and Microsoft Office applications including Word, Publisher, and Excel. For an appointment, contact the Reference Desk at 543-7675 ext. 4.
- CROCHET FOR BEGINNERS
*THIS PROGRAM WILL RESUME IN 2016*
4-part beginners' crochet class. All materials will be provided, but space is limited.
- VETERANS' HISTORY PROJECT
We are making video records of veterans service during the war time. We are especially looking for WWII veterans. Please contact Allison at 543-7675 ext. 5 to schedule an appointment.
- Wii BOWLING
Group meets at Lebanon Junction Library Thursday at 10 am. Ages 18 and up.
- WRITING CONTEST
Our next Writing Contest will begin in April 2016. You can find a history of past winners on our Annual Writing Contest page.
- FAMILY MOVIE NIGHTS
We usually show a recently released Blu-ray or DVD movie suitable for family viewing. Drinks and snacks are provided; movies begin at 6:00 p.m. Register Online
@Ridgway Memorial Library: 4th Thursday of each month.*
@Lebanon Junction Library: 2nd Thursday of each month.*
*Due to holidays or library closings, the Family Movie may be rescheduled for an alternate date.
For details and more special teen events, please see our Teen Programs page!
- ANIME GAMING NIGHT
Join us for anime, viral videos, karoake, console games, classic board games, Minecraft, free refreshments, and more! Middle school and high school ages.
@Ridgway Memorial Library - 1st Thursday of every month, 4:00–7:00 PM.
- TEEN SUMMER READING
This is a FREE summer program for middle and high school ages. Youth who will be entering sixth grade in the upcoming school year may choose to participate in either the teen program or the children's program.
For more details and special upcoming events, please visit our Kids' Programs page!
A weekly school-year program for 3–5 year old children and their caregivers. Programs include a wide variety of activities including reading books, doing crafts and other fun project. This is a great way for parents or grandparents to enjoy doing guided activities with their child and have fun at the same time!
- TODDLER STORYTIME
A weekly school-year program for children from birth to 2 years of age and their caregivers.
SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Summer Reading is a FREE program every summer. Our 2016 program will include targeted activities for two children's age groups. Caterpillars will include children ages birth to 4; Bookworms programs will be tailored to elementary-aged children. Parents of children who will be starting kindergarten in the upcoming school year may choose which program their child will attend.
There are stories, crafts, and other activities. All participants are awarded coupons and prizes.
last updated 5/2/16