Photo of keyboard spelling out BIDSunday, March 8 – 22, 2020 
The auction will raise the matching funds needed for a new roof, gutters, and flooring for the children’s area.  Many great items to bid on.  Place your bids starting March 8 and ending on March 22 at 10 PM.  Items are available to view in the library showcase and also online: 
https://www.32auctions.com/NCURaiseOurRoof
 

Mitten and hot chocolate

Adult Winter Reading Club 
Get Booked: Shelve your Winter Blues 
Join the New Cumberland Public Library’s Adult Winter Reading Club, Get Booked: Shelve the Winter Blues.  Read from January 23rd to February 29th and earn raffle tickets for a chance to win a weekly prize.   Register at the Reference Desk.

Lego Bricks

For ages 3 & up with an adult caregiver 

Saturday, March 7, 2020, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Build with LEGOs while exploring math, architecture, and engineering. Each month will feature a new building challenge to complete, or participants may choose to build whatever their heart desires. We’ll showcase your choice of one masterpiece in our monthly display! Drop in, no registration required.

Library in fallCome visit the small-town library that combines an excellent basic collection of books, DVDs, audiobooks, and music CDs with an experienced, friendly staff. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, and we sponsor a wide variety of programs for all ages.

 

One Book One Community Join the 2020 Reading Campaign by reading this years winner, Heartland, a Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth, by Sarah Smarsh.  Books available to check out or reserve in the library.  

http://www.oboc.org/

book and magnifying glassThe 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.

Books with Coffee Cup

Book reviews are held on the second Tuesday of the month from September through May at 10:30 AM in Foundation House. On Tuesday, March 10th,  Kay Gettier will review Botany of Desire by Michael Polan.  Everyone is welcome.  Brochures describing each month's book title and reviewer are available in the library.

Front photo of New Cumberland Library
1 Benjamin Plaza
New Cumberland, PA 17070
MON: 10:00AM-08:00PM
TUE: 10:00AM-08:00PM
WED: 10:00AM-08:00PM
THU: 10:00AM-08:00PM
FRI: 10:00AM-05:00PM
SAT: 10:00AM-05:00PM
SUN: CLOSED-CLOSED