Main Library
570-748-3321

Children’s Library
570-748-3484

Fax
570-748-1050

Email
ross@rosslibrary.org

Address
232 West Main Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745

Library Hours
(new hours effective January 2)
Monday 2pm to 8pm
Tuesday 10am to 8pm
Wednesday 9am to 2pm
Thursday 10am to 8pm
Friday 9am to 4pm
Saturday 9am to 4pm
Sunday Closed

The Library is closed on major holidays.

Ross Library front picture

Here are some upcoming events at the Library...

Food for Thought with Peggy Caruso Wednesday, August 20 from 11:00 a.m. to noon, Lunch will be served while author Peggy Caruso discusses her work, with a question and answer session. Sponsered by the AAUW. Gross Room, Third Floor, Ross Library


Understanding the Affordable Health Care Act presented by Senior Health Insurance Agent Nani Randall

Thursday, August 21 at 7 PM; and Saturday, September 13 at 2 PM.

Each program is a complete seminar; it is not necessary to attend all.

 

175th Clinton County Anniversary speaker dates:

August 23, 2:00pm. Speaker Richard Wykoff presents "CCC Camps".
September 20, 2:00pm. Speaker Ron Cryder presenrs the Civil War.

 

Libraries Remember: Sunrise to Sunset: September 11, 2014 open from sunrise to sunset (7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.) in remembrance of 9/11. Events will be scheduled throughout the day, and patrons are invited to come in for normal library usage, along with the following special events:

All day: "Moving Tribute" by Team RWB, held throughout the day with check-ins every 15-20 minutes.

7:00 a.m: Sunrise Flag-raising library opens

7:00-10:00 a.m: Free coffee in the lobby

8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m: Civil War Book Sale, lobby

2:00 p.m: Remembering the Homefront: Educational film with audience discussion

4:00 p.m: Fire Department Demonstartion, in front of building

7:30 p.m: Sunset Closing Ceremony

8:00 p.m: Library closes


Call 570-748-3321 to reserve a space for any program.

The Annie Halenbake Ross Library is a member of the Clinton County United Way and the PA Forward initiative.

 

Tech Talk

 


Looking for FREE online tech classes?  Try here at the Goodwill Community Foundation Learn Free website.  They offer over 750 free lessons on a variety of topics, including Microsoft Office, Facebook, and Twitter.  Users don't need to have the programs installed in order to take the classes.

So many tech topics, so little time.  Great job eBooks users!

Call 570 748 3321 for additional assistance and suggestions.

 

 

 

 

Ebook Tips

OVERDRIVE eBOOK USERS

Call to obtain the library code needed to use with your library card on Overdrive.

570 748 3321

You need this code to login and check out books.

 

1.   READ the Quick Start Guide on the Listen to Books page.

Click here to get it.

The directions in the Quick Start Guide are essential to have a successful eBook borrowing experience.

2.  FOLLOW the steps in the Quick Start Guide in designated order.

Working out of order can often impede all of the necessary software ingredients from working together.

3.  Take your time.  Read through the details.

Make sure your device is compatible with the item that you're trying to check out.  It's easy to mistake an Audio Book for an eBook, for example, when browsing through the digital library.

4.  Know the Code for Check Out.

Call the library for login assistance.

5.  Watch the Video Guides if you want to see any part of the process.
Click here to see them.

The video guides look very similar to what you will be seeing in your own live experience.

 

 

 

 

iCandy - Photos from the Front


Lou Bernard leads an historic walking tour.


Mike Hanna helps Ross Library remember 9/11.

Send us YOUR iCandy from Ross Library events.

 

 

 

 

Wish List

Ross Library accepts gently used Kindles and eReaders to be used for class and staff instruction.

 

 

 

 


Youth listings available here.

Questions? Email: ross1@rosslibrary.org

Please check back on a regular basis to see any upcoming events.