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|Tue:||10:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
|Wed:||10:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
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|Fri:||10:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Sat:||10:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
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If you are a reader and like to talk about the books you've read, you'll enjoy the Library's book discussions. The Adult Book Discussion Group normally meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 P.M. in the Jefferson Room. The Library tries to have sufficient copies of the books chosen available for anyone who needs to borrow one. View the 2014 selections.
The March 2014 selection is:
Set aside Monday evenings for a visit to the library and a free evening's entertainment in the Slater Room of the Warren Public Library, eating popcorn, and watching a movie on the large screen television set. Monday Night Movies, a program for adult audiences (some of the movies may have a PG rating - teens with parental permission are welcome to attend) happens every Monday at 5:30 p.m. Check the library calendar on the library's home page to see the title of the movie. The Library's movie license does not permit advertising the titles of the movies outside the Library, but additional information about the films is available in the Library or by calling 723-4650.
All movies are free of charge and do not require pre-registration.
The Warren Public Library is offering an opportunity for writers to receive feedback and support in their writing. This group is a non-instructor led opportunity for individuals to spend time writing in the company of fellow authors and sharing and critiquing their work and the works of others. The group will meet on the third Wednesday of each month in the Jefferson Room in the basement of the Library. The format for the group will be as follows: each individual will spend from 6-7 p.m. writing; the 7-8 p.m. time slot will be spent sharing writing and seeking support and assistance from their fellow writers. New volunteers moderators will be selected from within the group each month. This group is open to teens and adult and new attendees will always be welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring a visual or writing prompt to each meeting as well as samples of their writing.
National Library Week Warren Public Library LEGO Contest
1. Use your own LEGO, DUPLO, Mega Bloks or other LEGO compatible plastic bricks.
4. One entry per participant or team. Please note - teams will compete for a single prize.
Team projects will be placed in the age category of the oldest participant of the team (excluding family teams).
6. Please complete the entry form and submit it with your entry. Entry form available here.
8. Projects will be available for public viewing and voting on April 14th - 16th. The library is not responsible for damage or loss.
Each participant must have a Warren County Library card in good standing to be eligible to win.
Winners will receive a gift card to AMAZON. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place and for the public’s favorite.
For more information contact the Library at 814-723-4650.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Adult Winter Reading Program. A complete list of statistics will be published soon. The winner of the Kindle Fire is Virginia Loizeaux.
Warren Public Library Offers Embroidery Card Class in April
This class has been cancelled due to lack of interest.
Painted Clay Pot & Watercolor Stamped Card
Getting to Know Azerbaijan, Georgia and Russia: An Evening With Three Exchange Students
On Tuesday evening, May 6, three exchange students will share their lives and cultures with the Warren community. Fira Gasimova (from Azerbaijan), Tamar Buachidze (from the Republic of Georgia) and Kadriya Sharafutdinova (from Russia) will have an informal discussion about their countries as well as their experiences here in the U.S. The three girls attend local high schools and are participants in the FLEX program (Future Leaders Exchange) which is administered by American Councils for International Education.
Students age 10 and up are invited to participate in the many activities, including Nintendo Wii & GameCube Games, Internet Access, Magic the Gathering & other collectable games, and much more. Students are welcomed to bring new games and ideas to the event. Donations are welcomed to help fund additional resources and to help pay for the pizza, drinks and snacks. For more information, visit the Teen Lounge or contact Dale Aikens at the library.
Unscramble the letters of the puzzle displayed at the Circulation Desk, submit your guess, and have a chance at winning a book. Submit as many entries as you like. A new puzzle monthly.