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Easton, PA 18042
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Palmer Branch
1 Weller Place
Easton, PA 18045
610-258-7492
 
 
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Adult Book Group Young Adult Book
Group ages  12 -17
"Who Was" Book Group
ages 7 -12
American Girl Book Group girls
ages 7 -12
Kid's Birthday Club  
What's Happening at Palmer ......
Click Here for the 2015 Summer Reading Program Calendar
 
Fall Story Time will run from September 14th – October 21st
Sign ups begin August 24th
We are offering the following storytimes this session:
Mondays - 10 am for ages 3 - 5 years old

Mondays - 1 pm -
Princess Storytime for 5 & 6 year olds
Tuesdays - 10 am for ages 3 - 5 years old
Tuesdays - 11 am – Lapsit for 6 months to 2 years old
Wednesdays - 1 pm - Kindergarten Readiness – ages 5 & 6 ONLY 
Adult News:
Computer Workshops:
Will resume in the fall. Classes offered are: Basic Computer, Searching the Internet, Email, Kindle and Facebook. Patrons interested in any of the classes can call the branch at 610-258-7492. When we have enough interested patrons to hold a class, you will be called
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.