The first book featuring girl detective Nancy Drew was published in April 1930! She's been a beloved character ever since. This month, we are celebrating 91 years of Nancy Drew with programs for adults, teens, and children. Learn about the history of the Nancy Drew books, participate in a murder mystery game or trivia game, follow the clues in a scavenger hunt, or learn how to be a detective. Some programs are meeting over Zoom, and some are meeting in-person at the library. We hope you'll join in the fun and share your memories of reading Nancy Drew books!
Tuesday, April 6: Teen Murder Mystery Game ( at the library for students in grades 6 - 12)
Tuesday, April 13: Tween Scene Scavenger Hunt (at the library for students in grades 4 - 5)
Tuesday, April 20: Nancy Drew and Her Mysterious History (on Zoom for adults and teens)
Saturday, April 24: Be a Detective Like Nancy Drew (at the library for children)
Saturday, April 24: Trivia at Home: Nancy Drew (on Zoom for adults)
Funding has been provided by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020.