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A large selection of gently used and discarded library books!
Monday, May 14: 10 am - 8 pm
Tuesday, May 15: 8 am - 8 pm
Wednesday, May 16: 10 am - 8 pm
Thursday, May 17: 10 am - 8 pm
Friday, May 18: 10 am - 5 pm
Saturday, May 19: 10 am - 5 pm
$.50 Children’s Books, Paperbacks [mass market]
$1.00 Hardbacks, Trade paperbacks, Large Print, Oversized Books
$2.00 Audio CDs, DVDs, Books on CDs, Computer Games
$5.00 “BAG of BOOKS” SALE!
[Bag size must be comparable to standard grocery bag. Media not included.]
Our 4th Annual Touch-a-Truck is here!
Climb in trucks! Honk the horns! FREE earplugs! FREE bike safety helmets from Baldwin Kiwanis! Great family fun!
A Touch-a Truck event invites local public works departments, organizations and community truck owners to set–up their vehicles and let kids get behind the wheel, honk the horns, take pictures and meet the men and women who operate the trucks every day. We will also have hands on activities for kids.
NEW: Tickets can be purchased online!
Tickets can also be purchased the day of the event. We do not have a limit on tickets sales, so don't worry, we won't sell out!
**All monies raised from this event will directly benefit the Baldwin Borough Public Library and be used for its general operations, programs and services.
Learn the basics of knitting and crochet, start a simple washcloth or scarf, or work on a project which you've already started. Registration is required and materials needed are on our website.
1 skein of medium weight yarn, such as Red Heart Super Saver or Vann's Choice, or 1 skein of Lily's Sugar and Cream
Crochet: On hook size I/9
Knitting: One pair needles size 9
Please join us as we "travel" around the world during this six-week series. Light refreshments will be provided by Norbert Personal Care and Seven Oaks Hospice. Bring a friend or two! No registration required.
Think ahead to summer! Take advantage of a great opportunity to volunteer at the library during the summer of 2018! Whether you will be a new or returning teen volunteer (entering grades 6-12), please be sure to attend both the informational meeting (May 2 at 6:30 pm) AND the summer teen volunteer training (May 23 at 5:30 pm). Registration is required separately for both meetings.
May 2 meeting: teen with a parent/guardian
May 23 training: teens only (pizza provided)
Personally meet ourPolice Chief Michael Scott in a friendly,casual setting. At this public program, residents can discuss community matters of interest and meet other people committed to public safety. No registration required.