Programs for Life-long Learning

The Library strives to provide interesting programs for an adventure in life-long learning. While we have a few programs that meet monthly, we also include additional events for life enrichment, personal growth, and inspiration.






Mon, January 22 @ 10:30

Learn ways to organize your email inbox, clear out lots of old emails, and unsubscribe from emails you no longer want to get. Laptops will be available, but if you have your own and are comfortable using it, feel free to bring it. Basic computer navigation skills required for this class. Class will focus on Gmail accounts, but other email accounts are welcome as they have many of the same organization options. Library staff member Amy McCombs will facilitate this Life-long Learners program.


Saturday, February 3 from 1 – 3 pm

Make a lovely one-of-a-kind coral bowl for yourself or to give as a gift for a special someone.  Each design is created through a 3-step process involving cutting glass, fusing it, and then slumping the glass in a kiln (the workshop presenter will do this step off-site). There is a class size limit, so be sure to register early! ($30)


Want to Brush Up on Your Driving Skills?’s free driver’s ed program is designed to prepare aspiring as well as more experienced drivers (teenagers, newcomers to Pennsylvania, or senior citizens) to pass their PennDOT written exam. It includes unlimited access to the official state driver’s manuals, practice tests for car, motorcycle and commercial driver’s license (CDL), an exam simulator, and a PennDOT-related FAQ. The program doesn’t collect any personal information from its users.

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The Library is also host to a Quilt Study that gathers at the Library the second Wednesday of every other month from 12:30 to 3:30. Anyone is welcome to explore the history, craftsmanship and patterning of a different quilt each time. The group is led by Ann Holte.


Monthly Adult Programs

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