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Growing and Cooking Pre-Summer Used Book Sale for Konkle Library in Montoursville
The “Growing and Cooking” Pre-Summer Used Book Sale is Friday, May 19th (10AM-6PM) and Saturday, May 20th (9AM-2PM) at the Montoursville W.B. Konkle Library on Broad Street. It is time to stock up before summer vacation.
Generous donors have provided us with a healthy supply of Gardening and Cookbooks, so let’s grow it and then cook it!
Active volunteers of the local Montoursville Library, the Friends of the Library, have collected thousands of treasures to share at very reasonable prices, by the book or by the bag. Fill your shelves with a healthy selection of Children’s, Adult Fiction, Non-Fiction, Romance, Mystery, Large Print Books, Videos and Jigsaw Puzzles.
This activity raises much needed funds to buy needed items for the Konkle Library and to support the Montoursville community. This fundraiser also provides huge financial support of the children’s reading programs hosted at the library all year long.
Donations of New and Used books & DVDs in good condition accepted during these hours too.
Raise the Region 2022
All Together Now!
Lycoming County Library System is excited for All Together Now, the Summer learning theme for 2023!
Enjoy programs at all of the Lycoming County Library System libraries all summer long.
Don’t miss Ridiculous Nicholas performing at all of our libraries!
See program information:
Hughesville Area Public Library
Montgomery Area Public Library
Konkle Memorial Library got a refresh!
Read more in this WNEP article.
Those who are interested in further supporting the library can stop in to pick up a contribution form or call 570-368-1840 to have a brochure mailed. Online donations can also be made by visiting: fcfpartnership.org/give/donate-online and choosing “Konkle Memorial Library Fund.”
The Konkle Memorial Library has joined forces with the American Library Association to participate in the Libraries Transform campaign. Libraries Transform highlights how libraries are community centers of information, technology and learning that fuel educational and economic opportunity for all of our citizens. Libraries contribute to education, employment, entrepreneurship, engagement and empowerment, and are catalysts for powerful individual and community change. Please share your “because” statement about how the library has helped transform your life!