The classes will be held on the 3rd floor of the Ross Library. Please bring your own device if possible. Instructor will have open hours after the class until 4 PM for extra instruction and questions. If interested call 570-748-3321, registration is not required but is appreciated.
Start the NEW Year with a NEW Series - "FILM @ 11"
Each month Ross Library will look at a different topic based on the BiFolkal Kits which are available for patrons to check out. Meetings are held at 11 am on 3rd Floor Ross Library in the Rebecca F. Gross Community Room.
July 16: "Remembering The Home Front"
The BiFolkal Kits come in two colors - Red and Yellow and can be found in the main library. Eighteen Red kits are based on the most popular holidays such as New Years Day to Mothers Day to Christmas with a few other topics such as Aprons, Friends, Food, and Jewish Memories. Twenty one Yellow kits have topics ranging from The Fifties, Music, Fashion, The Home Front, Automobiles, Depression, School Days and more. Individuals and groups may check out a kit which is filled with activities, music, hands on materials based on the topic. There is no charge to check out these kits which were received from an LSTA Federal grant. Need a program for any occasion, check out the BiFokal Kits at Ross Library.
Crave: Sojour of a Hungry Soul
Dr. Laurie Cannady will be promoting her book Crave, about experiences in a dysfunctional family.
The event will be held on Saturday, July 30 at 1pm on the third floor of the Ross Library. For further information or to register, please contact the Ross Library at 570-748-3321 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's been five years since historian Lou Bernard began his series of historic walking tours, and the Ross Library will be bringing them back again this year! Each tour begins at the library at 7 PM every Friday in June and July, and takes about an hour. Each tour will cover some different route or aspect of local history!
These tours are free and open to the public. For further information or to register, please contact the library at 570-748-3321 or email@example.com.
SCHEDULE (Subject to Change)
Fridays at 7 PM
July 1: Bellefonte Avenue
July 8: Church Street
July 15: Doctors and Hospitals of Lock Haven
July 22: TBA
July 29: TBA
Give Your Medicine A Checkup
Medication is useful, but it can be confusing. On Monday July 18 at 7 PM, Amerihealth Northeast professional Melissa Farenish will be coming
to the Ross Library to talk about medicine safety and usage.
This PowerPoint presentation will educate participants on
on what medications they are taking, why they take them, and what the instructions mean. The presentation will help to improve medicine safety by encouraging people to ask their doctors about their meds, reducing negative drug interactions.
To register or for further information, contact the library at 570-748-3321 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This program will be a part of PA Forward's Health Literacy initiative. The Annie Halenbake Ross Library is a member of the Clinton County United Way.
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion Book Club
JULY 30 10am 3rd floor Ross Library - The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe
AUGUST 27 10am 3rd floor Ross Library - Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig
SEPTEMBER 24 10am 3rd floor Ross Library - On the Road by Jack Kerouac
OCTOBER 29 10am 3rd floor Ross Library - Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
NOVEMBER 19 10am 3rd floor Ross Library - The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
DECEMBER 17 10am 3rd floor Ross Library - Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple
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.
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.