Clymer Library January Events

The Clymer Library announces its many exciting programs and events for January. For more information on any of these programs, please contact the library at (570) 646-0826 or stop by the circulation desk.

Pot Pie Palooza is back!
Order your potpies and $2 from each comes back to Clymer! Orders will be taken from 1/17 thru 1/25; pot pie pick-up 1/31. $7.50 each: beef, chicken, or veggie. See this month’s insert for more info!

Annual Fund Success!
Thank you to all who contributed to the 2019 Annual Fund. We met our goal because of your generosity! Check back for the details: at publication we were still counting “leaves on our tree”!

Friends of Clymer is Accepting Donations again!
Books, CDs, and DVDs will be accepted after January 1. If you want to donate a box of books you must call ahead to arrange a drop off (570-646-1164). We cannot accept damaged, soiled, or moldy books. No medical and health related books can be legally accepted if the publication date is before 2010.
Adults (ages 18+):

Friend’s First Friday Film Festival: Silver Linings Playbook—Fri 1/3 @ 1 PM
After losing his job and wife, Pat (Bradley Cooper) winds up living with his parents (Robert De Niro, Jackie Weaver) Pat wants to reunite with his wife but his parents would prefer that he share their obsession with the Philadelphia Eagles. After the movie stay for the discussion. Refreshments will be served. Registration required. 

Evening Book Club—Tue 1/21 @ 6:30 PM
January’s book will be Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly. Call the library or email Melissa at mlopez@clymerlibray.org to sign up. 

Happy Bookers Book Club—Mon 1/27 @ 1 PM
This month we will read A Well Behaved Woman: A Novel of the Vanderbilts by Theresa Ann Fowler. For more information, contact Melissa at (570) 646-0826. Children (ages 11 and under):

Book Babies—Thu 1/2, 9, 16, 23, 30 @ 10:30 AM
Miss Love invites caregivers, infants, and toddlers to join her for a half hour of songs, stories, rhymes, and felt board activities. Adult caregiver participation is required. Ages 0-6.

Tiny Explorers STEM—Thu 1/2, 9, 16, 23, 30 @ 11:15 AM
Sensory beads, kinetic sand, play dough, magnetic letters/numbers, sidewalk chalk, threading pieces, shape sorters, and finger painting are some of the activities children can choose to play. Problem solving, self-control, exploring emotions, and building resiliency are just a few of the benefits of this hour-long program. Drop-in program.

LEGO® STEM—Tue 1/7 @ 4:30 PM
Kids, have fun exercising your imagination! LEGO® bricks provided. Adult caregiver attendance required for children under 10. Drop-in program. Ages 4-11.

Family (all ages):

STEM: Tinker—Sat 1/4, 18 @ 11 AM
Drop-in to Clymer Library and explore some of our new STEM/STEAM resources. Adult caregiver supervision required.

Family Crafters—Tue 1/14 @ 6 PM
Bring the entire family to Clymer Library to create a craft! Adult supervision required.

Play-doh Gym—Tue 1/21 @ 3:30
Play dough is a great tool to build and develop strength and control in the hands, fingers, and wrists. This strength and control supports the use of writing tools, scissors, and the ability to throw and catch objects. Drop in program-children under 10 need adult supervision.

Family Movie—Tue 1/28 @ 5:30 PM
Enjoy a movie outing with your child! Bring a drink; we’ll provide the popcorn. All movies have a PG rating. Adult caregiver supervision required for children under 10.

Friend’s Corner

First Friday Film Festival: Friday, January 3 @ 1 PM

Silver Linings Playbook
After losing his job and wife, Pat (Bradley Cooper) winds up living with his parents (Robert De Niro, Jackie Weaver) Pat wants to reunite with his wife but his parents would prefer that he share their obsession with the Philadelphia Eagles. After the movie stay for the discussion. Refreshments will be served. Registration required. 

Future movie Dates:
February 7: McCabe and Mrs. Miller
March 6: Never Let Me Go

Become a member!
Become a member of Friends of Clymer Library for as little as $10 and help support and enhance library services for the community. To date, we have contributed over $9,000 for the purchase of new books and equipment. Membership forms are available in the library.

Friends of Clymer is Accepting Donations!
Books, CDs, and DVDs will be accepted after January 1. To donate a box of books you must call ahead to arrange a drop off (570-646-1164). We cannot accept damaged, soiled, or moldy books. No medical and health related books can be legally accepted if the publication date is before 2010.
Visual Calendar of Events Listed on Capture2, also:

Save the Date: February

Adults (ages 18+):
Friends Movie—Fri 2/7 @ 1 PM
Evening Book Club—Tue 2/18 @ 6:30 PM
Happy Bookers Book Club—Mon 1/27 @ 1 PM

Children (ages 11 and under):
LEGO STEM—Tue 2/4 @ 4:30 PM
Book Babies—Thu 2/6, 13, 20, 27 @ 10:30 AM
Tiny Explorers—Thu 2/6, 13, 20, 27@ 11:15 AM

Teen:
T.A.B. Meeting – 2/18 @ 6:30 PM

Family
Family Crafters—Tue 2/11 @ 6 PM
Play-doh Gym—Tue 2/18 @ 3:30 PM
Pot Pie Palooza 2020
January 17-27, 2020
Pickup: January 31st
Pot Pie Palooza 2020
January 17-27, 2020
Pickup: January 31st

$2 from each donation goes to the Clymer Library
Questions? Call Mountain Lodge 570-646-6636