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The collection contains items such as newspaper articles, books, maps, photographs, correspondence, scrapbooks, memorabilia, art work, and yearbooks. Access to the collection is granted by appointment or by request. An inventory of the collection (finding aid) is available in paper or online to assist researchers in locating relevant materials.
Week of April 19
For ages 3-7
While supplies last, no registration necessary
Stop in the children’s room and pick up a fun nature inspired craft to complete at home!
Mondays, April 19, 26, May 3, & 10, at 10:30 a.m. on ZOOM
For 2-5 year olds with an adult caregiver
Join us as we take storytime online! Featuring stories, rhymes, music, and more, storytime teaches social skills, listening comprehension, letter and number recognition, and vocabulary. Join us on ZOOM for a live 20-25 minute storytime experience.
Stop by Foundation House on April 24th from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM for the annual plant sale. Annuals, vegetables, herbs, perennials and hanging baskets will be on sale for your spring planting at bargain basement prices. Some gardening tools and decorations will be sold as well. Sponsored by the Friends of the New Cumberland Public Library. In Foundation House and on library grounds.
Walk the Library grounds as Penn-Cumberland Garden Club members identify the plants and shrubs that are enjoyed by library patrons walking past them. Please bring a chair, as the discussion will continue outside with insights on Gardening for Birds, plus a Book Review of the 2021 Longwood Gardens Community Read selection: The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man's Love Affair with Nature by J. Drew Lanham.
In case of inclement weather, the program will be held inside the Foundation House.
It's a Mystery
Reviewed by: Barbara Kurzenknabe
Book reviews are held on the second Tuesday of the month from September through May in Foundation Hall.
Book reviews are free and open to the public. No reservations are needed to attend. Please Wear a Mask and practice social distancing. Foundation Hall is located at the corner of Ninth and Sharon Streets across the parking lot from the Library building.