Annie Halenbake Ross Library
Enters a New Century of Service
Thank you Clinton County United Way and Clinton County Community Foundation
CLINTON COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Genealogy Classes at Ross Library
April 18, 25, and May 2
3rd floor Rebecca F. Gross Room
A new book discussion club is meeting:
The Banned Book Brigade!
On the final Saturday of every month, the Banned Book Brigade will meet to discuss a book that has been banned or protested. To sign up or for further information, contact the Ross Library at 570-748-3321 or email@example.com.
Free and open to the public.
The next meeting will be at 10 AM
on April 25, and the group will be
discussing “Alice in Wonderland"
by Lewis Carroll
For a complete list of books and dates
check out Programs
"The Running Dead" 5K!
JUNE 6 at 10 am Ross Library will hold a 5K fundraiser. Registration will be $25. This 5K is open to runners and walkers of all ages. Prizes will be 1st place $100, 2nd place $50, and 3rd place $25! Volunteers will both assist and frighten, dressed like zombies or characters from our most popular graphic novel series!
For further information, please contact the Ross Library
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-748-3321.
See Programs for more information
Check out the BRANCH LIBRARIES page for program information at Renovo and Friendship Libraries.
Edythe Hoy Bossert Gallery
Display of an individual's hobby
or organization's project for a month.
If Interested in Displaying ask at the main desk
or call 748-3321
1940 Census Available Online
April 2 marked the end of a 72-year holding period for the 1940 U.S. Census. Now, you can browse all the Census forms received that year and view interesting facts and statistics. It's great for genealogists or even if you're just curious about the past.
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Marcellus Shale - Become Informed:
In cooperation with Penn State Cooperative Extension, Ross Library now has a resource collection of Marcellus Shale materials available for patrons. Ask at the main desk.
ASK Here PA Reference 24/7:
A free online interactive reference service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Combine the speed and convenience of the Internet with information of an experienced librarian. Let us help whenever you need information. The Librarian who answers may not be located in your local area.
To promote education and lifelong learning, to encourage personal enrichment, to enhance the local history resources and to support a vibrant quality of life within our community.