Asha Verma

Apr 162014
 

Date: Saturday April 19, 2014
Time: 10:30-3:00pm
Place: Palmer Branch of the Easton Area Public Library
1 Weller Place
Easton Pa 18045.

Get ready for the YA Fest this Saturday in Easton, Pennsylvania. The annual YA Fest is a festival that celebrates young adult authors and their books. Those in middle and high school will get the opportunity to meet authors and talk about books, writing, and publishing.

There will be 51 Young Adult and Mid-Grade fiction authors available to discuss and sign books, including David Lubar, whose book Hidden Talents we will be giving away this summer to Teen Book Club and Teen Summer Reading participants.

The festival this year features a writing contest, signings, book sale, raffles and a Discussion Panel.

Please visit the YA FEST blog for more info!

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Apr 022014
 
seriesrecommendations

owlbooksInterested in trying out a new book series? Check out teen.com’s recommendations for up and coming book series.

Let the Sky Fall by Shannon Messenger, Graceling by Kristin Cashore, The Black Prism by Brent Weeks, Red Rising by Pierce Brown, and London Eye by Tim Lebbon are available through MCLINC services to get you started!

Apr 022014
 
SUMMER PROGRAMS

Summer is fast-approaching, and with it our summer programs for teens! Starting in June, we will be offering a variety of summer programs for teens with an interest in babysitting, robot-building, drawing, breakdancing, zombies, steampunk, and more!

Robot Building

Robot Building

Robby Robot helps out around the library

Robby Robot helps out around the library

Mar 272014
 

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Do you want a bigger voice in your library programming? Now’s your chance! Leave suggestions in the comment sections for what kind of programs you would like to see at your local library, and let us know what you think of our programs so far. For example, would you be interested in the library hosting LAN parties? What kind of games would you like to see added to our collection at game night? Would you be interested in book discussion groups, or scene reenactments? Let us know what you’re interested in seeing at your library, and we’ll do our best to bring it to you!

Mar 122014
 

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Contest

DIY: Create a poem, a slogan, a song or anything you want to celebrate your Bookmobile!  Deadline for entries is Friday, April 25th. Submit your entry on the Bookmobile, and be sure to include your name and phone number.

The winner will receive two tickets to the Library”s Annual June Jazz  Fete – A great evening of food, drinks, and music, which this year will be held on June 5, in the pavilion at Elmwood Park Zoo.

Feb 182014
 
Yoga

This class incorporates breath work and postures designed to open, stretch, and strengthen the body.
This is a great class for those who are new to yoga. All you need is a towel or yoga mat to get started!
Students may feel stronger, more grounded, and more relaxed after this class.


Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
From 10 to 11a.m.
April 7 thru May 2
(No class on Friday April 18)

Donations are suggested (Proceeds benefit library programs)

Instructed by Julie Fracchia and Maria Cipollini
Certified Yoga Teachers

Registration is required. For information or to register call (610)278-5100 x 0