Wednesday afternoon Gadget Club. 10 years old to infinite. Love to tinker, learn how things work, learn new things? This is for you, Wednesday afternoons 3:45-6 ish.
LEGO Club Saturday 12-1:30, Open to all of any age. Come in and get creative.
Spelling Bee. Saturday 10 in house. Come in and register and get the words to study. Three age groups 10-14, 15-18, 19 and up. Great fun.
Final BINGO of the year. 1 pm at the Wyalusing American Legion.
Due to the weather, Gadget Club is cancelled for Wednesday March 7. Join us next week weather permitting!
Stay snuggled up with your books at home! Story Class is cancelled and the library will be closed Friday March 2 due to the stormy conditions. Stay safe out there!
What: Bradford County Library System 4th Annual Spelling Bee
When: In house at each library will be held March 24 ( check with each library for time)
Who: All within the ages groups of 10-14, 15-18, 19 and up
Very pleased to announce the creation of an afternoon book club. On the 2nd Monday of the month please feel free to join the “Open Door Book Club” at 1 pm. This will begin as a very non traditional book club as all are encouraged to bring in a book that you have read in the past month that you loved, liked or hated and tell why. Please plan on joining us for this new experience.
Story Class starts back up tomorrow February 16 at 10 am. Our theme is Snow and is being sponsored by Katie, Keeley and Anna Johnson. All ages from newborn to preschool are welcome and encouraged to attend this free and interactive program.
Come play bingo with us at the Wyalusing American Legion to support the Wyalusing Public Library!
All Bingo dates are on Saturdays starting at 1:00 pm and going until we are done.
January 13 & 27
February 10 & 24
March 10 & 24
Christmas Raffle. $10/ticket. Girl like you and accessories plus books-donated by Andrea Eckert. Kindle Fire-donated by the Wilcox Family. LEGO Idea book- donated by Bowman Arey. Mo Williems- Piggie and Elephant Basket- donated by Barbara Jayne. Drawing will be held Monday December 18.
2018 Calendars are here! $12.00 each, limited supply.
Come join us for our “Escape the Madness Sale’ on Friday November 24, 9 am-3 pm, in the library’s lower level. We are highlighting local artisans with their unique and original wares and goods. As of today we will have at least 9 vendors.
Escape the madness of Black Friday by shopping for local crafts at the library. The event will take place in the lower level of the library from 9-3 on Friday November 24, 2017. Browse through the wares of local artisans to find some unique gifts.
Note: The library itself will not be open for business the Friday after Thanksgiving, just the craft sale will be open.
Our annual Christmas Raffle is coming up soon! This year’s prizes include:
An American Girl doll with books and accessories donated by Andrea Eckert.
The Lego Ideas Book, donated by Bowman Arey
A Kindle Fire donated by the Wilcox Family.
Chances for these prizes are $10 each and the drawing will take place Monday December 18, 2017
Thanks to Barbara Jayne, we have an Elf of the Shelf to raffle. The drawing will take place on November 24, 2017. $1.00 per chance. Stop in the library today to enter.
LEGO Club -Tomorrow for 4th grade and up.
Preschool LEGO Club-Monday Oct. 23 from 10-11 am
K-3rd Grade LEGO Club Monday, Oct. 23., 3:45-5 pm.
Two extended programs are coming up here at the library:
PlayK – a 6-week kindergarten preparation program starts here at the library on Saturday, July 22 at 9 a.m. and runs through Saturday, August 26. This program is for children entering kindergarten in the fall of 2017 ONLY.
This summer we will be offering a limited number of kids the chance to come to coding camp.
In Coding Camp, several programming techniques will be used including Scratch, a visual programming environment and Python, a powerful common language. The learning approach will be hands-on with the programs stored on a flash drive to take home. Programming for the Internet of Things (IoT) will use the languages with Raspberry Pi and Arduino single chip computers to control small, wheeled robots and to send sensor and camera data over the Internet.
The emphasis will be on having fun by creating interactive games, introducing Webpage programming and the possibility of app programming for phones and tablets. We will look at the Maker movement and organizations devoted to encouraging young people to learn to program the games, devices and applications they love to use.
This camp is open to children ages 10 to 15, with a limit of 10 kids. The cost for this camp is $50 per kid and camp will be held July 31 through August 4 from 9 am until Noon.
Registration is required. Please call the library at (570) 746-1711