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HOTSPOT  Available

Would you like to be notified by email days before your library items are due?  If you share your email address with us (it will be kept confidential), we will send you a notice via email. Call the branch at 610-258-7492, and we will be happy to include you on our email notice list.

Reader’s Advisory Service: The Palmer Branch welcomes all avid readers to fill out our “Reader’s Advisory” forms. If you love reading a particular author and have read all their books, let us match you up with another author that writes similarly.  We can do the same with a favorite plot, topic or even if you have a favorite title, we will be happy to do a search for other titles written similarly.

Scott Morro author of:

 "The Cross Over"

with Sarah High

Skippy Jones

Eileen Clymer Schwab

On a visit at the Palmer Library on January 24th to discuss her latest Historical Fiction, Shadow of a Quarter Moon.

Maryann McFadden

visited the Palmer Branch and discussed her newest book, Book Lover. She has also written The Richest Season and So Happy Together


What's Happening at Palmer...................  
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS! During this holiday season the Palmer Branch would like to invite you and your family to write a letter to a serviceman/women that will be stationed overseas during the holidays. On Tuesday, November 13 beginning at 6:00pm we will have holiday cards, stationery and crafting materials available for children who would like to create a holiday card. Support Our Troops, Inc. will send all the cards overseas in time for the holidays. This program is an ideal way to let the men & women serving in the Armed Forces know that they are being remembered during the holiday season. This program is open to ALL ages. If you would like to just sign a card, we will have holiday cards available.

Support Our Troops, Inc led by Valerie and Blair Ferguson send packages on a regular basis (not just during the holidays) to U.S. soldiers serving overseas. If you know anyone that is currently serving overseas, especially from our local area, that would like to receive a package, please contact: Support The Troops, Inc, 143 Pinehurst Lane, Easton, PA 18042 or sttroops@gmail.com. For anyone interested in donating items that our troops are in need of, please stop in the Palmer Branch for a list of useful items. Personal notes to our soldiers from adults and school aged children are always in need and really boost their moral, letting them know that the people back home support them! If you would like to write a letter, Support the Troops will be happy to send your letter. Drop it off at the Palmer Branch and we will see that the organization receives it. Please do not date the correspondence.

Story time sessions:

2 , 3, 4, & 5 years old,  Mondays, 10:00am

3, 4, & 5 year olds, Tuesdays, 10:00am

2 , 3, 4, & 5 year olds,  Wednesdays, 10:00am

4, & 5 year olds ONLY, Wednesdays, 1:00pm


Childrens News:


Library Elf: An elf has appeared at the Palmer Branch. He is in need of a name! Once he is named, he will become magical.
Each week the library elf will be "somewhere" in the library. When you visit the library, look for him and write down where you saw him. However you must NEVER TOUCH the elf, or he will lose his magical powers. You MAY talk to him and tell him all your holiday wishes, BUT NO TOUCHING!
On Wednesday, December 19th one name will be drawn. The winner will win the elf and an activity book. Come in and have fun with our Library Elf!!
"Who Was..." Book Group for kids ages 7-12. This past summer the group read and discussed "Who Was Amelia Earhart." This December we will be honoring Walt Disney when we discuss "Who Was Walt Disney" by Whitney Stewart and Nancy Harrison. For the first 10 children who sign up, free copies will be available if they read and attend the discussion. A copy is also available in our collection. The program is scheduled for Tuesday, December 4 at 6:00pm. Please call the library if your child is interested in attending.
Holiday Story & Craft will run from November 5 - December 12. Sign ups begin the week of October 15th.

Kid’s Birthday Club

Next time you are in the library, fill out a birthday slip to enter our Birthday Club Giveaway.

Every month a name will be picked whose birthday falls in that month.  Your child will receive a call on their birthday wishing them a Happy Birthday and will have a library gift bag waiting for them at the Palmer Branch.  Children must be at least 3 years old to participate due to small items that may be included in the gift bags.

YOUNG ADULT BOOK GROUP meets six times a year for students ages 11-15 years old. Call the library, or email Miss Stephanie at stephanies@eastonpl.org if you would like to learn more about this program. Past titles the group has discussed include The Warriors by Erin Hunter, Seer of Shadows by Avi, and Crispin: The Cross of Lead, also by Avi. Titles are chosen by the group.

Upcoming :  Saturday, August 18th, 2:00pm "I Am Number Four" by Pittacus Lore

American Girl Book Group meets every 4 weeks at the Palmer Branch on Saturdays, at 2:00pm. Girls ages 7-12 are welcomed to attend. Pre-registration is required! Each month one of the American Girls books will be read and discussed.
Along with the discussion, the girls will keep a journal/scrapbook of what each story is about and how it relates to her life. Members of the group will choose what books they would like to read and discuss. Upcoming titles will be:
December 1st, Meet Caroline by Kathleen Ernst
December 29th, Caroline's Secret Message by Kathleen Ernst
January 26th, A Surprise for Caroline by Kathleen Ernst

Adult Programs:

Knit/Crochet for Charity:

Sew Others May Be Warm is a knitting/charity group that meets every Thursday at the library from 1:00-3:00pm. All items created are given to local charities. This past year the group has donated over 300 infant hats, 60 bereavement blankets,  50 baby blankets,  50 lap robes, 50 afghans and numerous hats and scarves for children and adults to a variety of charity organizations. The group welcomes anyone who would enjoy knitting or crocheting while meeting others in our area. Donations of worsted weight yarn is always appreciated.

The group welcomes new members as well as donations of yarn. If a local family/charity is in need of homemade knitted/crocheted blankets, please contact Stephanie Supinski at 610-258-7492.

Palmer Adult Book Group:

Meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6:00-7:30 pm at the library. (except the month of December)

Palmer Adult Book Group:
August 28th, The Dream by Harry Bernstein
October 23rd, Maine by J. Courtney Sullivan


This book group began in 2003 and has grown yearly

Our book group is informal and open to the public

If you enjoy reading and discussing books,

Please Consider Joining us .... We welcome all new members !