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Patrons can call in and request a themed Storytime in a Bag.
March is Women’s History Month. For the month of March, the Ross Library will be featuring “Votes For Women: A Portrait of Persistence,” a poster exhibition about women achieving the right to vote. This display will be available twenty-four hours a day, viewable in the windows of the lobby. Visitors are encouraged to come at […]
April 22 is Earth Day. For the month of April, the Ross Library will be giving out kits to make seed bombs! The kits will be free and available in the lobby of the library by request. Each one will contain instructions, a packet of seeds, and the materials to make the bomb. Take them […]
Join us for virtual Money Smart Week -- a week of virtual financial capability programming to be held Saturday, April 10 through Saturday, April 17, 2021. This week-long free virtual campaign aims to help people better manage their personal finances with a focus on those hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s line-up includes: […]
The Youth Services of Ross library is offering patrons in the grades 6-9 to enter a poetry contest. Individuals interested will call 570 748 3484 to register with Ms. Holly. When you register you will be given Earth Day packet to help you create a Haiku. Entries must be submitted by April 22nd. Ms. […]
April is National Poetry Month, and on April 19 at 7 PM, the Ross Library will be offering a virtual poetry reading. Father and son team David and Micah Bauman will read from their new chapbook, Mapping the Valley, which provides a unique glimpse into a shifting dynamic of care and caring, depression and recovery, […]
On the last Saturday of every month, the Ross Library holds the meeting of the Book Brigade, the official library book club! This begins at ten AM with a new book every month. For the book each month, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Coffee and conversation is free! (Due to COVID precautions, the book club will be […]
We will be exploring Wind Power on the patio. We will talk about the power of wind and read story. Rest of the time will be working on individual experiments. Adult supervision is needed for the lower grade children.