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Register for 1 of 2 driving improvement courses hosted at the library specifically designed for drivers 55+ and presented by Seniors for Safe Driving. Refresh techniques, regain lost confidence and develop a positive driving attitude. PennDot approved and no exam! Upon completion of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 5% discount car insurance premium for a period of 3 years. The 4-hour course is $16/student. You may register in the following ways: fill out a paper form (available at the library) and mail in along with a check call 1-800-559-4880 register and pay online here for the March 13th course and here for the June 6th date.Find out more »
This casual knitting group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month. Beginners are welcome. Bring a project to work on and join us for an evening of crafting in our relaxing Reading Room. No registration necessary- just drop in!Find out more »
Alfred Hitchcock, the Master of Suspense, built an impressive catalogue of some 54 feature films – dozens of other shorts, television series – during his 55-year directorial career. Averaging a film a year while filming in both England and the US, “Hitch” crafted one of the most impressive, influential, groundbreaking, and enduring catalogues in film history. This course will examine 7 of Hitchcock’s most well-known films, all of which are excellent examples art from a man driven by innovation in both technical and narrative realms, and whose ability to marry the two is nearly peerless. While many of his most famous films are missing from our discussion, the goal of the course is to lay bare the essentials of viewing a Hitchcock film, so that as you expand your personal viewing into his cannon, you will know what to watch for to make your screenings as fulfilling as possible. Similarly, when you return to the films chosen for our class for a second viewing, you will see even more details, nuances, and techniques hidden in each of these works. The films we'll be watching and discussing are: The Lodger The 39 Steps Shadow of a Doubt Rope Strangers on a Train Rear Window Vertigo We will consider these films in the context of the impact of editing and camera movement, especially as these tools carry over from the silent era; the narrative motifs that link his works across decades; the impact of popularized theories of psychoanalysis and gender norms as part of dominant culture vis-à-vis the technical and narrative choices employed; and other aesthetic choices that become motifs throughout his films.Find out more »
Stop by for a special evening of stories, songs, and more. Ages 2 & up. Kids are welcome to come in pajamas.Find out more »
Have you admired our cabinet? This month Ms. Alison will teach you how to decoupage. Bring your own small wooden object from home and attend for FREE or pay $5 to be provided with one.
Space is limited, so please register in advance.
Teens 15+ are welcome to attend with a participating adult.Find out more »