The Library will be closed Sunday and Monday, September 6th & 7th for Labor Day weekend.
The library will be closed on Sundays during the summer through September 6th.
Summer Reading Program Wraps Up & Fall Youth Flyer is Available
Thank you to all who participated in our summer reading program, Every Hero has a Story! We had so much fun reading, learning, and playing together! We will not be holding literacy classes between Aug. 17th and Sept. 7th. Literacy classes and youth programs will resume again on Tuesday, Sept. 8th. Click here to see the Fall 2015 Youth Flyer for details about our exciting upcoming programs.
Become a Friend... of The Friends of Easttown Library!
Thursday, September 10th at 7 p.m.
Learn more about the Friends and how to get involved by attending this Wine and Cheese Kick-off Meeting. The Friends of Easttown Library support and invigorate the library by providing community programming that is both fun and fundraising!
Family Book Bingo
Sunday, September 13th, 2-3:30 p.m.
Kick off the fall with an afternoon of family book bingo and a chance to win free books. Drop in for one game or stay for the afternoon. A parent/caregiver must stay with children under 11 years of age. No registration is required.
Picasso v. Matisse: The Great I-Can-Do-Anything-Better-Than-You Rivalry
Tuesday, September 15th at 7 p.m.
Hear how fascination with each other's work became almost an obsession with the two giant figures of 20th century art. One of the most intense rivalries in the history of art shows us how competition stimulates growth and flashes of genius. Speaker Fred Dixon is an avid art collector and served as a docent at the Barnes Foundation for ten years. He is the author of 700 Years of Art History: Pre-Renaissance to Modernism. Registration is required and begins Sept. 1st.
Top Secret Rosies, A Documentary
Wednesday, September 16th at 7 p.m.
Temple professor LeAnn Erickson will screen her documentary, Top Secret Rosies, about a secret military program that recruited women to calculate missile trajectories during World War II. After the film Professor Erickson will field questions about these women, their experiences, and the making of the documentary. Registration is required and will begin on Sept. 1st.
Conversational English ESL Classes Return to Easttown Library
Wednesday Mornings, 9:45 a.m.
Every Wednesday morning from 9:45 - 10:45 a.m., the Easttown Library hosts a free Conversational English (ESL) Class. This class is offered in partnership with the Volunteer English Program, and is for anyone with a native language other than English who is looking to improve their conversational English abilities. Participants will learn to use English in real life situations, and improve pronunciation and understanding of the spoken language. Some understanding of English is required. There is no need to register.