The library will be closed for regular business on Saturday, April 1st. Please join us for the mini golf fundraiser event, The Easttown Open II, on this date (see details below).
Easttown Open II: A Community Mini Golf Event
Saturday, April 1st, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
The Friends of Easttown Library present The Easttown Open II. This fundraiser will bring individuals and families of the community together for a day of fun and games and to raise money for our library, a valued and essential community resource. Tickets available at the door ($10 per person, $40 per family). Special thanks to the Presenting Sponsor, Eadeh Enterprises, and the Hole-in-one Sponsor, Minuteman Press.
19th Hole Happy Hour Party (ages 21+), 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Adults are welcome to play a round of mini golf, enjoy food, drink, golf-swing analysis, massage, hole-in-one contest, and enter to win a raffle. Tickets are $25 per person and can be purchased in the library or online here. Special thanks to the 19th Hole Presenting Sponsor, Isolite.
Part-time Reference Librarian Position Opening
Easttown Library is seeking a librarian who will provide reference services to customers and assist the Head of Reference with adult programs. This position regularly oversees the entire library. Those interested in applying can view the job description here, The job description will remain posted until filled.
Sunday, March 26th, 2 - 3:30 p.m.
Join us for an afternoon of Bingo fun! Come for one game or stay for the afternoon and win book prizes. There's never a dull moment! Limited to those ages 18 and older. Bring your family or friends. No registration is necessary.
Musical Performance: Orchestra Concordia
Sunday, April 2nd, 2 p.m.
Orchestra Concordia String Ensemble, comprised of eight musicians from Orchestra Concordia, will present a concert at Easttown Library. The concert will feature a variety of music by Vivaldi, Piazzola, Pachelbel, Handel, Lennon-McCartney, Warlock, Debussy, Boyce & Schubert. Registration is not required for concerts.
American Realists: Artists Portraying the World Around Them as They Saw It
Wednesday, April 5th, 7 p.m.
Learn about eight artists in the late 19th and 20th centuries that captured the American scene in a wide range of ways. Join local author, Fred Dixon, as he discusses several realist styles and subjects. Mr. Dixon is a former Barnes Foundation docent, art collector, and wrote 700 Years of Art History: Pre-Renaissance to Modernism. Book sale and signing to follow talk. Registration is required; click here to register online.