New Oxford Area Library

122 North Peter Street
New Oxford, PA 17350
phone: (717) 624-2182
fax: (717) 624-1358

Mon/Thurs: 2 pm to 8 pm
Tues/Wed/Fri: 11 am to 5 pm
Sat: 10 am to 4 pm

Classical music, Creative Coloring and New E Resources at the library

August is a great time to relax and enjoy the beach or a backyard patio. I like listening to Classical music with a cool beverage, and with the library system, you have two options for getting your music fix.  Music CDs are checked out for a three week period. Access Freegal Music on the library website, you will have access to hundreds of thousands of songs in the Sony Music catalog. Songs are in DRM-free MP3 format.  

Creative Colors- Adult Coloring at the library- Drop in on Wednesdays 12:30PM – 2PM.  The library has an assortment of colored pencils and many pages for you to use or you can bring your own supplies.

One of the new E Resources available for you on the library web page are technology tutorials. Click on the Reference Tools page under the E-Library.  GCFLearnFree.com has free tutorials from Computer Basics to Microsoft Office to Apple; there is a wide range of free technology tutorials to choose from

If you would like a one to one tutoring class you may call and make an appointment with the staff.  We can help you with Windows 7, Basic Email, Word, Searching the Internet, and E Readers.

            We continue to have lively and interesting discussions with the readers attending the two different book discussion groups at the library.

THE BOOK SHELF is an adult reading group meeting on the First Thursday of the month 9:00AM-10:00 AM. Here are the next 2 selections: 

September 7, 2017 Low Pressure by Sandra Brown                                                                 

 October 5, 2017 Mr. Pip by Lloyd Jones

 THE READER’S FORUM is an adult reading group meeting on the 2nd Thursday of the month 9:00AM-10:00 AM. Here are the next two selections:

September 14, 2017   The Liar’s Club by Mary Karr

October 12, 2017 2017 Adams County Reads One Book Fiction Selection is Kitchens of the Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal

Registration is required- the library provides books, audiobooks for both groups.

Legos and Storytime for the kids are programs schedule all year long.

Mark your calendars to bring the kids for Legos At The Library-  Children ages 5-14  are invited to visit the library and help create with Lego bricks and wooden blocks provided by the library. Here is the fall schedule. Saturday 10:30AM–11:30AM

September 9, 2017What can you build with 25 bricks?

October 14, 2017 LEGO Build a MONSTER

Children ages 5-14 - No registration, but a parent or caregiver must remain in the library during the program.

“Books and Blocks” Toddler Storytime- reading and building with blocks is on Thursday Mornings from 10:30AM. This is for children ages 3-5 years old.

Bring the kids to PLAY K –Preschool play time on Thursday Evenings. Drop in from 5:30PM—7:30PM to play with Blocks and Duplo and Lakeshore Building tubs. 

The NEW OXFORD LIBRARY is a Branch of the Adams County Library System

122 N. Peter St. New Oxford, Pa 17350 624-2182

Our hours are:

Monday & Thursday 2PM-8PM

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 11AM-5PM

Saturday 10AM—5PM

Closed Sunday.

 

Submitted by Wilma Krepps, Branch Manager, New Oxford Library.

 

 

 

Adams County Library System-New Oxford Area Library

122 N. Peter St. New Oxford, PA 17350. PH (717) 624-2182

Library hours:     Mon &Thur 2PM-8PM  

Tues, Wed, Fri 11AM-5PM       Sat 10AM - 4PM.

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