Upcoming Events

A Zookeeper's Game of Animal Facts: Virtual Event

In this fun, interactive class; students will learn some hilarious, strange, and interesting facts about different animals from around the world with a zookeeper of 30 years. 

Registration required. This is a virtual program. Zoom link will be sent upon registration. 

6:00pm - 6:45pm View Details

"Spooked": An Author Talk by Barry Meier

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Barry Meier will be discussing his new book Spooked: The Trump Dossier, Black Cube and the Rise of Private Spies. This fascinating work explores the booming business of private spying, operatives-for-hire retained by companies, political parties and the powerful to dig up dirt on their enemies. Join us for this exciting talk!

7:00pm - 8:00pm View Details

Novels & Nibbles: Bildungsroman

Join us for Novels & Nibbles, a virtual book club where instead of reading the same book, we come together via Zoom to discuss our current favorites and give each other recommendations. Each week we'll discuss a new literary genre to explore uncharted reading territory! Please sign up below. 

4:00pm - 5:00pm View Details
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Library Chat

Missing our podcast, Scranton Talks, while it’s on hiatus this summer? Sunnie Scarpa, Library Director, hosts a monthly conversation of the works, resources, and activities found at local libraries. Listen in on ICRVRadio.com

Friends Book Sales

The Scranton Library Friends have several upcoming book sales. Click here for details!


Outdoor Meditation at Bauer Park

Thursdays from July 15 – August 19, 6:30 p.m. Meditation is a wonderful technique used to reduce stress and anxiety […]

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Teen Tech Help

Tuesdays, 2-4 p.m. at the SML. Need some device help? Drop by the library between 2-4 any Tuesday this summer for a tutorial from a tech-savvy teen volunteer! No registration required.

Newspapers are back!

All of our subscriptions have been renewed and newspapers are now available in the rotunda. Come in today to read the news in one of our comfortable reading areas.