Ellwood Area Public Library activities for the week of November 29
ELLWOOD CITY – The Ellwood City Public Library offers a variety of weekly activities. Information is available by calling the library at 724-758-6458.
The library has partnered with Seneca Library District, Oil Creek Library District, Erie County Public Library, and Crawford County Federated Library System for e-books. You can now use the Overdrive or Libby app to borrow books from the above libraries. Please call the library with any questions.
The library is open. Newspapers, magazines and toys will not be available at this time. Wearing a mask, covering the mouth and nose, is compulsory throughout the visit to the building. We will continue to do curbside pickup. Please call us with the recommended book (s), author, genre or material you wish to view and our staff will see that it is alphabetically in the lobby for you. We always make our returns in specially marked containers in our hall. Please do not put donated books in these bins.
The hours are Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m., Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to take your calls, except during the hours indicated above.
The activities that will take place this week include:
10 am – “Baby Laptime,” a program for babies, toddlers and preschoolers delivered via Facebook.
6:30 pm – “Evening Book Group for Adults” will discuss Kristen Alexander’s “Lost Boy Found” book on Zoom.
4 pm – “Food 4 Thought Book Group” will discuss “Life as We Knew It” by Susan Beth Pfeffer on Zoom.
6 pm “Holiday Laptime”, our laptime with all the holiday-themed books! This program is done via our Facebook page.
RESERVE THIS DATE
Add some sparkle to your tree! The library will make two creations and take ornaments. The first kit will be in the lobby from December 8. It will stay there until the second begins on December 15th. The second ornament kit will remain in the lobby until December 22. The kit includes everything you will need except glue and scissors.
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Here are the commemorative contributions received by the library during the month of November. The papers are published every week in this section and represent a part of the contributions received.
In Memory of Caroll Ann Copper by Jim and Barbara Nagel;
In memory of Freda M. Newton of Thomas and Susan Sommers;
In Memory of Joan Reese Niles by Jay Burcik;
In Memory of Henry L. Taylor by Marcia Glover;
In memory of Louise Delores Volpe Vitullo of Ray and Agnes DeFonde, Joyce E. Boots, Sonny and Janet Elchison, Dan and Stacy Moore, Joanne Foley Tritt.