More than 100 kids and parents converged on the Warminster Township Library last Wednesday to celebrate the close of another terrific summer reading season with games, snacks, cake and ice cream, face-painting and balloon animals.
More than 70 parents and little kids crowded into the Pearl Buck Room at Doylestown’s main branch of the Bucks County Library last Thursday evening for a sparkling performance by Ran’D Shine, Magician. The magic show was one of dozens of special programs and presentations held multiple times and locations this summer at libraries throughout […]
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!
Even though winter is hard on our heels – the flurries last week were thrilling, weren’t they? – doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to next summer. Especially when we’ve just learned what the Bucks County Library system is planning for the hot months of 2014.
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.
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.
In mid-June, the Bucks County Public Library system kicked off its seven-week, drop-in summer reading program that encourages kids to DREAM BIG this summer. Dream Big—Read! runs June 16 to August 4 at all the library branches and is geared to children of all ages, offering a host of age-appropriate activities and incentives to keep […]