September at the James V. Brown Library

September at the James V. Brown Library

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Your library can help with Back to School
We have loads of resources for students of all ages, from Tumblebooks for the tiniest readers to test preparation using Learning Express Library. You can text your question to a librarian, or come after school and earn a snack by reading for 30 minutes.  All this and more is free for you and your family with your library card!

First Friday in September at The James V. Brown Library presents multi-media artist Amber Adams.

4-8 pm

Moltz Rotunda Room

Artist Amber Adams will appear at the James V. Brown Library for First Friday, September 6 Starting at 4 pm.


 More Detail about Amber Adams

On the Road with the James V Brown Library


We're offering assistance on how to download free e-books and audiobooks from the James V Brown Library at Panera Bread, 202 Basin Street, starting Thursday, August 8th, and continuing on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month, from 2-4pm. 


Look for us at Panera on September 12 !!


You can drop in, pick up a refreshing drink or yummy treat, and learn how to download books to your device from  Smart phone and tablet users will learn how to use the OverDrive Media Console app. Titles can be checked out, downloaded, and read all on one device.


Please remember to bring your Lycoming County Library card with you.



Steps to Flu Free Living: Dr. Gregory Pais


Come to this free lecture Monday, September 23, at 6 pm to learn how to stay healthy during flu season, which natural therapies work well, and what choices will help you be healthier. Dr. Gregory Pais shares his 39 years of nutritional experience to help you stay healthy. Make a difference in yours and your family's health. 

More information about the program


Programs for Kids: Registration is underway!
Registration for the first set of fall programs began on Monday, August 26.

If you want to see pictures of kids enjoying summer reading programming this year, like the library on Facebook and check out our photo albums!

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Programs for Teens and Tweens

Teen Nights, Last Friday of the Month

Visit our online calendar for details on tween and teen programming including book discussions, Manga Club, and crafts

Be sure to check out the new photos on the homepage of ConnectWilliamsport! The photos are from our contest winners, and they will also be on display at the Pajama Factory for First Friday, September 6.

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Alzheimer's Expert to Hold Discussion and Book Signing at James V. Brown Library


Author and Alzheimer's disease expert Carole T. Fulmer will hold a discussion and book signing in the Lowry Room on the third floor of the Welch Family Wing at the James V. Brown Library Thursday, September 19, at 6:30 pm to promote her new book Alzheimer's: The Thief That Stole My Love.

  More Information Here
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Own a Day at the Library
Own a DaySeptember Days at the Library

September 1 Susan Hoelscher Day

September  3 JR Confer Day

September 8 In honor of Nancy J. Lady Day

September 12 Phil and Christine Johnson Day

September 17 Tucker Day

September 21 Marshall and Mary Welch Day

September 22 In Memory of Harold Yerk

September 26 George Ness Day

September 27 Oliver Day  


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Visit the Friends Favorites Gently Used Bookstore 
Third Floor of the Welch Wing
Open Monday and Friday 10:30 to 1:30
Tuesday and Wedneday1:30 to 4:30
Saturday 12:15 to 3 

Have used books, CDs, DVDS, and Audiobooks? Donate them to the Friends of the Library for their Fall Booksale and Bookstore.
Take your donations to the circulation desk. No textbooks, magazines, or moldy oldies please!
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