From the Sinatramania of the Bobbysoxers, through his storied fall and rebirth, to his becoming the Chairman of the Board, Frank Sinatra embodied the American Century. Professor, author, radio show host, and Sinatra aficionado Gil Gigliotti presents “Sinatra @ 100.”
The Open Art Studio is a drop in program run twice a week, Wednesday a.m. for preschool and Monday p.m. for school age children. We put out an assortment of art supplies and allow the children to create whatever they want. The purpose of this program is to support creativity,problem solving and self expression. Feel […]
If you would like your child to be paired with an older student as a reading buddy please contact Kirsty in the Teen Department. Kirsty is currently matching younger buddies to older buddies.
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…
Authors and artists: submit your works to SELF-e — our virtual collection for all to read, and be considered for inclusion in the public library ebook discovery service of Library Journal, the oldest and most respected library publication in America. It’s free!
Scranton Memorial Library card holders can borrow from an assortment of e-readers and tablets or a Chromebook, free of charge. Choose from a Kindle Fire, basic Kindle reader, Kindle Paperwhite, Nook Color, Samsung Galaxy Tablet, iPad Mini, an Acer c720 Chromebook, or iPads specially outfitted for kids. These devices circulate for 14 days, and e-readers have […]