Ross Youth

Build a Better World

Youth Services Coordinator

Nancy Antram

About

Activities for children visiting Ross Library include lively seasonal story-times from birth to age 5. Visitors should look at the calendar for special events held at the main library in Lock Haven.
 
Ross Library has available a collection of children’s audio books and music on CD and family DVD movies; books in fiction and non-fiction and favorite current magazines like Sports Illustrated for Kids and more.

The Library has educational children’s computers full of reading, math, science and more activities for youth ages 1-12. LSTA grants have provided the Ross Library with interactive blocks, games, and STEM materials for the youth of the area.

Special programming is offered for children through seasonal story hours for the young and summer reading programs in the summer.
 
Educators in teaching, along with day care providers and parents of home school students are encouraged to make use of the many resources available in the Entrepreneurship, Business and Finance Collection, Career Collection, Local History Collection and more. 
 
Organizations and individuals have the choice of several meeting rooms for use in studying, tutoring, planning, group meetings, parties and more.  Don’t forget that if the library does not own a title of a book, an Interlibrary Loan can be requested.  

Teen Opportunity


Senior Projects

Volunteers who would like to work directly with children at summer programs may fulfill all their hours before they even start their senior years. Other volunteers are also welcome. Call Nancy at 570-748-3484 or e-mail ross5@rosslibrary.org.

Paranormal Teen Class

Teens meet the second Thursday of each month in the Sloan Room. Contact Lou for more information at 570 748-3321 or e-mail ross13@rosslibrary.org