Sign Language Class

sign language

Sign Language Class Saturday, April 13 10am-Noon. We will begin with the alphabet and then move on to every day words. Time permitting we will practice talking to each other. This is a family friendly class. We ask that you please sign up ahead of time so we know how many to plan for. This is a free class.

Here is what is Happening at the Linesville Community Public Library

Linesville Community Public Library News

Linesville Public Library April News

Mondays: Knit & Stitch every Monday 1-4. Want to learn how to knit or crochet? Come and our ladies will show you. Have a project that you can’t figure out? Our ladies will help get the problem solved. Just want to work on your project and chat? Come on in!

Tuesdays in April Computer Classes 5:00pm-6:00pm. Classes are limited in size to four participants so reserve your spot today! You will receive personal help and a laptop is provided for you to work on. These classes are running April and May.

Wednesday is Pre-School Story Hour @ 10am. This is a free interactive learning experience for preschoolers. It includes: stories, songs, crafts, snack and more. No registration necessary just show up. Our last Story Hour for the 2018-2019 year is Wednesday, April 24. (Our Therapy Dogs will be with us every other week for the children to enjoy). Our Easter party is April 17.

Wednesdays 5-7:45pm is Magic the Gathering and D & D. You must be in 5th grade or higher to participate. (Our D & D group is full, if you want to get on the list to be called to join when a character dies please call us)
Thursday evenings 5:30-8pm is Family Coloring. Bring your own pictures and coloring items or use the library’s.

Thursday evenings 5:30-6:30pm Reading to Therapy Dogs! This is for preschool through 7th graders. Come and read to our therapy dogs in an nonthreatening atmosphere with a loving furry friend.

Fridays 10am-1pm is adult coloring. Bring your own pictures and coloring items or use the library’s.

Saturday’s: Come on in and play with our Play K’s -STEM & STEAM kits or do a puzzle we are a family friendly place to relax and learn.

Second Monday of each month is book club at 10:00am.


Saturday, April 6 10am-11am Nikki Coulter a Young Living enthusiast and essential oils addict will be addressing the issue of chemicals in your house. This is a one hour class on how to kick using chemicals in your home. She will discuss: What are oils, history of oils, oil purity and why that is critical, how oils are made, how they affect the body, safety, where to start in your home

Saturday, April 13 10am-Noon Sign language! Come and learn how to sign the basic signs and then we will move on to conversation. If you have some knowledge of sign language you can come and practice with others.

Monday, April 15 11am-1pm Adult Doodle Pens! They are back! We will have more time to try our hand at being creative with these 3D pen printers! Come and have some fun!

Friday, April 19 & Saturday April 20 the Library will be closed in honor of Easter!
Happy Easter Everyone! Spend the time with your family.

Friday, April 26 A Wine Making Class from 6:30pm-8:30pm. This is for adults 21 years or older. Mr. Dick Hotchkiss has been making wine for over 20 years and he will be sharing how you to can make wine (yes there will be some wine tasting). You must sign up so that we know how many to plan on. Call the library 814-683-4354

Saturday, April 27 from 8am-Noon a Baby-Sitting Certification Class! This is a 4 hour class and you will be certified after you have completed it and passed the test. This class is FREE but if you had to pay it would cost you $75.00. Take advantage now when it is FREE! Call and sign up! This is for 11 years old on up.

Monday, April 29 10-Noon the Linesville Library is hosting a fund raiser $10.00 per person all supplies included, “Stained Glass Lillies”

SUMMER READING ISN’T FAR AWAY! Summer Reading Sign Ups begin Monday June 3!

Love your Community! Love the Linesville Library! Stop in and fill out a short survey of what you would like our community to be. Got any suggestions for improvement of the community or library…let us know!

The Linesville Library is open all year long! We get in new titles for all of our collections-all the time-so stop in and continue to utilize everything we have. Books, Magazines, Audio Books, Puzzles, Toys, Games, Computers, STEM & STEAM items, Computer Classes, Special Activities, Knit & Stitch, Book Club, Magic the Gathering, D & , Story Hour, Family Coloring and SO MUCH MORE!
Library Phone 814-683-4354 Library Hours:
Monday 9-5, Tuesday & Thursday 4-8, Wednesday 9-1 & 4-8, Friday 9-1, Saturday 8-Noon

The library is still selling candy bars, crochet scrubbies, knitted dish cloths, table runners and more as fund raisers. Remember to choose the Linesville Library as your nonprofit to support through Amazon Smile (as no cost to you). Memorials can be made to the library and all donates are tax deductible. NOTE the stitch group has made Easter themed table runners and hot pad bowls for purchase!


Get Rid of Chemicals in your House!

Do you want to learn how to kick toxic chemicals out of your home? We will walk you through, step by step, and give easy, simple, and affordable tactics that anyone can use with the best essential oils on the planet. This class is free and we are not selling anything. Topics are: what oils are, history of oils, oil purity and why that is important, how oils are made, safety and where to start This class is Saturday, April 6 10:00am-11:00am! Bring a friend! It’s FREE…signing up is appreciated but walk ins are welcome!oils

Want to learn how to make Wine?

The science of wine and winemaking is known as oenology. A winemaker may also be called a vintner. … Although most wine is made from grapes, it may also be made from other plants and fruit. The Linesville Library will be hosting a “How to Make Wine Class” with hobbiest and vintner Dick Hotchkiss. He has been making wine for over 20 years and has entered his wine in the Albion Fair and won ribbons in all categories. This class is free and open to anyone over 21 years of age (you must have a valid drivers license and present it when you sign up or when you come). We are asking that you reserve a seat so we know how many to plan for. This class promises to be very informative and interesting! Dick has lots of tips and hints and experience to share! Call the Library at 814-683-4354 to reserve your seat!wine

Summer Challenge/Summer Reading 2018 Highlights

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!

Play-K Kits at the Linesville Library

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!