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New Library Hours

To better serve our community and patrons we will open during the lunch hour Monday thru Friday. New hours of operation starting December 1st are as follows: Monday, Wednesday, Friday10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Closed Sunday

NON-FICTION READING CONTEST

We are thrilled to announce a new reading contest for the kids. Our goal is to get children of all ages excited about reading and learning all summer long and beat the “summer slide” so when they return to school in the fall they will be prepared and ready to thrive! Here are some scary …

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Art Gallery Summer 2019

“EXPANDING YOUR UNIVERSE OF STORIES THROUGH PLAY”Science Fiction Display Provided by Richard Brookman & Logan BrookmanCo-Hosts of ComicPop Library The Haskell Township Library is happy to host a Science Fiction display provided by the co-hosts of the ComicPop Library podcast, Richard & Logan Brookman. The display is titled “Expanding Your Universe of Stories Through Play.” …

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Summer Library Program 2019

HASKELL TOWNSHIP LIBRARY INVITES YOU TO SCHEDULE OF PROGRAMS DAN DAN THE MAGIC MAN- JUNE 3RD AT 2 P.M.Through audience participation, Dan Dan brings to life the joy of reading and fun learning about space and science.The magically fun performance will thrill children of all ages and entertain their parents as well. As always, Dan …

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Bicycle Rim Wreath Class

IN BLOOM

Annual Christmas Story-time and Cookie Decorating Party

It’s that time of year again, join us for our annual Christmas Story-time and Cookie Decorating party. Merry Marie the Library Elf will be reading Christmas stories beginning at 5:45 p.m. on Thursday December 6. This free event is open to all ages. 

Thanksgiving Break

TAKE NOTE OF OUR HOURS FOR THANKSGIVING AND COME GET SOME READING MATERIAL WHILE WE ARE STILL OPEN! 

Learn & Play

  The new Learn & Play schedule is ready! Learn & Play Project is a FREE parent/child activity time for families with children birth to five years of age. The library encourages families to take advantage of this great program as it helps promote child development in all domains with a focus on early literacy. …

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