Learn how to hand quilt on Friday, October 11 from 10:30-1pm. You will need to bring: scissors, seam ripper, thread in any of these colors-white, ivory, or orange and some hand sewing needles. Call to reserve your seat 814-683-4354
Saturday, October 26 8am till finished..noon at the latest. This is a computer course that is 3 1/2 to 4 hours long with tests that you need to pass to receive your certificate at the end of the time period. If you were to take this course by yourself the cost would be $75.00. It is FREE through the Linesville Library and is open for 12 year olds on up. The seating is limited so you need to reserve your seat now. Call to reserve your seat now 814-683-4354.
The Linesville Library is starting up a drawing club! It begins on Wednesday October 23 from 1pm-3pm. The cost is $5.00 and you will need to bring colored pencils and a cheap box of watercolors with a brush. All other supplies are provided. We will be doing a Fall picture. Please call to reserve a seat: 814-683-4354
These classes are designed for beginner or intermediate computer users. They are both on a Tuesday evening from 5-pm-6pm. You must call ahead to reserve your seat as seating is limited. 814-683-4354
Saturday October 19 from 9:00am -11:00am. We will be having a special guest teacher and her friend to help us with our sign language and understanding how communicate with our deaf community. This is free and open to the public but we would appreciate you calling and reserving your seat so we know how many to plan for. 814-683-4354
The Linesville Library has a Preschool Story Hour every Wednesday 10am begining Wednesday September 25 thru the end of April 2020. In this picture our therapy dogs are here visiting us. Our Preschool Story Hour is an interactive time of learning and fun and is free and open to the public.
Lego builder extraordinar Ann Flavin was with us sharing her Independence Hall creation which took over 16,000 bricks. She also taught us about important things took place at Independence Hall. Then everyone got to try their hand at building things with Lego’s.
More Summer Challenge/Summer Reading Activities! Tween & Teen Friday’s, Rock Hound Dale Pysher with us, Magic Steve. Knit & Stitch, Adult Painting and more!
Interested in knitting, crocheting, or other crafts? Join the Linesville Library’s Knit and Stitch Club for some crafty fun! Whether you want to learn how to knit (or crochet) or have a project to work on, the library is the place to be.
The Linesville Library currently has Play-K Kits available for in-the-library usage which were provided by the State Librarian under the Office of Commonwealth Libraries. These kits help promote Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) as well as Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) in children. In addition to this, these play-k kits are aligned with Pennsylvania Learning Standards to help get the child ready for kindergarten. Stop in and “play” today!
Here at the Linesville Library we currently have 300+ puzzles available for 1 month check-out! Stop in and grab a puzzle to solve.