Caleb LeBourgeois, 7 going on 8, of Quakertown has won big in the Bucks County Library System’s 2014 Summer Reading Program raffle. At the program’s closing party, his name was drawn from thousands of tickets for the grand prize: an exciting vacation for the whole family at Great Wolf Lodge, a theme park in […]
Wild animals. Science experiments. Magic. Ventriloquism. Dance. There’s a plethora of performances geared to young people of all ages at your Bucks County library this summer, and they’re all FREE!
Olivia Klumpp is just six and a half – a first-grader at Edgewood Elementary in Yardley. But she loves to read, especially Nancy Drew mysteries.
The first thing you notice is that the parking lot is packed. The closest spot to the entrance of the Township Library of Lower Southampton in Feasterville is waaaay on the other side of the interior block.
This summer, 40,000 people of all ages attended the programs of the Bucks County Library system, which were made possible by a $50,000 grant from the Fred Beans Automotive Group and Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. Approval for the grant was assisted by Representative Marguerite Quinn of the 143rd District.