The Scranton Memorial Library is hosting a series of Trivia Nights beginning in January 2017! Space may be limited, so preregistration is available to library patrons. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-245-7365. You may register as a team or individually. Please include contact information. For teams, contact information for just one person (i.e. Team Captain) is all that’s required. Trivia Nights will be on the first Thursday of the month from January through June (1/5, 2/2, 3/2, 4/6, 5/4, 6/1). Each night begins with players arriving at 6:30 PM to check in, and the first round starts at 7:00 PM sharp!
The Scranton Memorial Library is happy to announce a Courtesy Charging Station is now available to patrons. The station offers eight charging cables for a variety of devices including tablets, iPhones, and Android phones. The addition of the Courtesy Charging Station was made possible by Essex Savings Bank’s Community Investment Program and Lenny & Joe’s Fish Tale. Thank you to both organizations for their generous support of the library.
Come learn about the celebration of Hanukkah with Miss Jane Glassman. The program will include stories, music, crafts, games and refreshments. Registration is encouraged to help us plan how many refreshments to provide.
A supercharged storytime featuring our favorite Holiday books. Program will include stories, music, crafts and refreshments. This program is offered for preschool age children. Registration is helpful so we know how much refreshments to plan.
The Scranton Library children’s Department will be hosting 2 sessions of Gingerbread House making on December 3 at 10:00 a.m. and again at 2:00 p.m. We supply all the materials to create a gingerbread house using graham crackers. This is a popular program and fills up fast so Register early. Space is limited to 50 […]
Debbie Labbe from Country Quilt Llama Farm will be visiting the Scranton Library on Sunday December 4th at 1:00 p.m. to present her program Hooked on Llamas. She will have a live Llama with her. She talks to the families about Llamas as well as reads the book “Is Your Mama a Llama?”. After the […]
Learn about the many improvements and advantages of this proposal for a new library building. The kick-off celebration with wine, light refreshments, and tours of the building is on October 20th at 6:00 PM. There are several additional open house dates in October, November, and December. Drop by when you can!
Announcing our Mad About One Book Writing Contest Winners! Children’s Winner Hannah Campbell (essay pending) Country School Winner Christopher Childs Teen Winner Jackson Kuja
The Great Give! May 3 8am – May 4 8pm Support the Scranton Memorial Library and donate during The Great Give, a 36 hour online giving event on May 3 & 4. During the Great Give, your charitable donation will make our library eligible for thousands of dollars in grant prizes when you give to us […]
By supporting your library, you ensure that resources such as free internet access, job search help, tax forms, educational databases and of course the latest fiction and non-fiction best-sellers are available. For some, being able to borrow movies, access Wi-Fi or simply come in and read the daily paper is a huge value when personal […]
Whether you are looking to improve your resume or fill a club requirement, we have a variety of ways you can volunteer for your community. Specifically, teens can…
Check out our new lineup of teen programs! We’ve expanded our classic programs to include exciting new opportunities for teens. Whether you are interested in technology, art, or pop culture, we have a program for you. Programs include…
Get in the holiday spirit with A Renaissance Christmas, a performance of the beautiful classical music of the Baroque and Renaissance eras. Professionally trained musicians Eric Hansen, Dee Hansen, and Neal Humphreys will play selections from great early composers from 1600 to 1750, including Bach, Handel, Tlemann, Dowland, and Johnson. This beautiful Christmas music will feature lutes, voices, viola da gamba, and Renaissance and Baroque flutes. The performers will inform listeners of the historical and aesthetic contexts of the music and their instruments.