IMPORTANT INFORMATION

DURING THE TRANSITION TO THE NEW SYSTEM, YOU MAY EXPERIENCE DISRUPTIONS IN SERVICE FROM FEB 16 THRU 21. DURING THIS TIME, PLEASE BRING YOUR LIBRARY CARD WITH YOU WHEN VISITING THE LIBRARY. PRINT OUT YOUR READING HISTORY PRIOR TO FEB 16. CALL US FOR ASSISTANCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

A Word from Our Director

We apologize if you have experienced any inconvenience during the renovations, but this will be for the better in the long run — what a magnificent look we will have when all is finished! Come take a look in the next few weeks!
—Anne Hogya, Library Director

Workforce Writing
Thu, Feb 7, 21, 28 — 5:30PM
Want to gain invaluable professional skills? Join us in this event series to learn business style writing, including emails and résumés. You will receive individualized help to fit your needs. This event is free to attend.

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) Meeting
Tue, Feb 19 — 6:30PM
Students who want to take an active role in their library are welcome to join. TAB members help plan library programs and events for teens, recommend books and other materials for the library, and help the library stay up to date on teen trends and hot topics. Meetings are informal and fun. Snacks are provided. No registration is necessary — just come to a meeting to join; new members are always welcome. This event is free to attend. (Grades 7-12)

What is Stingray Qello? [Kwel-oh]
It’s Music to Your Eyes! Stingray Qello is the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to just about any digital device. With the greatest performances on film of iconic and new artists, Stingray Qello brings the concert experience directly to you. Just enter your library card number to create an account.

Clymer’s Database of the Month
Each month, we choose a Database of the Month that we offer online. This month’s database is GREENR, which can found by clicking the “Power Library” menu item above. Look for GREENR among the many helpful free databases offered by the PA Power Library.

GREENR
Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources (GREENR) offers researchers an interdisciplinary resource for environment and sustainability studies. GREENR provides news, background information, video, commentaries, primary source documents and statistics in relevant topic areas such as energy systems, healthcare, food, climate change, population, and economic development.
 
 


 

RENEW or JOIN Today!

We need your support to purchase:
   Additional STREAM books and materials
   A microscope for the Summer Space Reading Program
   State and foreign country books
   Other nonfiction for children and teens

We are proud to have given the library over $9,000 to update the children and teen sections since our inception in June 2017. Please fill out a membership application available by clicking Here and mail or drop it off at the library.

 

Upcoming Board of Trustees Meetings
Upcoming board meeting: February 20th at 6:00 PM. Board meetings are open to the public in the multi-purpose room. You are cordially invited to join us and your input is both encouraged and valued. Minutes of the meetings are available at the circulation desk in the library.

Wanted: Teen & Adult Volunteers!
Teens, colleges want to see volunteer hours! Shifts are 2-3 hours each. Staff will train you. If you can work any time from 10-5 on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays, and from 10-8 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, then call the library and ask for Diane, or stop in at the circulation desk and ask for an application. Congratulations to Michele Ruffino, our January Volunteer of the Month!

Support Us by Shopping on Amazon
When you shop on AmazonSmile, 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products is donated to Clymer Library if you choose us when you log on. Every item available for purchase on Amazon is also available on AmazonSmile at the same price. You will see eligible products marked ‘Eligible for AmazonSmile donation.’

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