Annie Halenbake Ross Library
Enters a New Century of Service
Dig into READing!
SUMMER READING PROGRAMS
for all ages - check out the
Summer Hours - June, July & August
Close on Saturday at 5pm
Walk the Past 2013 Historic Walking Tours
Evening tours 6pm
June 21: Church Street
June 28: West EndLoop (Church & Water Streets)
July 5: Bellefonte Avenue
July 12: Levee Loop (Main street & the Levee)
July 19: To Be Announced
Saturday, June 15 all day
Movie with Dad
Bring your dad to the Ross Library and check out one dvd free for a weekend of fun together!
June 20 Paranormal 101 7pm
CIVIL WAR WEEK
Saturday, July 20
1:00pm Infantry Drills with Harlan Berger
4:00pm Civil War Costume Contest - prizes
Monday, July 22
10:00am Abraham Lincoln's Cake Sale
Proceeds to benefit Ross Library
Tuesday, July 23
All Day - Monument Scavenger Hunt
Contest rules available at main circulaton desk
1:00pm Civil War Flags with Harlan Berger
Thursday, July 25
6:30pm Red Badge of Courage Book Discussion
Some books still available at main desk
Friday, July 26
6:00pm Walk the Past walking tour on the Civil War
Saturday, July 27
1:00pm Civil War Medicine with Historian, Bruce Teeple
3:00pm Civil War Gold Cache - geocaching competition
ANNUAL ROSS LIBRARY BOOK SALE
Wednesday, August 14 Pre-View Sale 6:00-8:00pm
Regular Sale begins Thursday, August 15 9:00am
Ends Saturday, August 17 3:00pm
Volunteers needed: Meeting Monday, July 29 10am
Check out the BRANCH LIBRARIES page for program information at Renovo and Friendship Libraries.
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.
Help Libraries to Move PA Forward.
Edythe Hoy Bossert Gallery
Display of an individual's hobby or organization's project for a month. Calendar of months' availability is at the main desk or call 748-3321
June: Clinton Camera Club
July: Civil War
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.
Heritage Quest is Back!:
Premiere genealogy database available through the courtesy of the Ross Library Friends.
Click on the Heritage Quest icon on the right side of the webpage to get started. Enter your 5-digit library code in the Login box. (Attach a zero at the beginning if your card number contatins four digits.) Contact the library at 570-748-3321 to obtain necessary password credentials.
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 provide materials, services and programs that will inform, entertain and educate patrons in Clinton County; To maintain and update material on local and historical community issues.