Ross Library plans March activities, events

LOCK HAVEN — March is Women’s History Month. For the month of March, the Ross Library will be featuring “Votes For Women: A Portrait of Persistence,” a poster exhibition about women achieving the right to vote. This display will be available twenty-four hours a day, viewable in the windows of the lobby. Visitors are encouraged to come at any time and see the posters, learning about the struggle for equality. This program is sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution.

The first week of March is “Will Eisner Week,” honoring the talented artist. To celebrate the Ross Library will be handing out adult coloring pages! Coloring pages for Will Eisner’s most famous character, The Spirit, will be available in the lobby for pickup, or can be included with book orders by request! Three different pages are available, and each order comes with a small box of 24 crayons!

The library welcomes everyone into the monthly book club, the Book Brigade. On the last Saturday of each month unless otherwise announced, the club meets at ten AM to discuss a book and its related topics, drink coffee, and socialize. On March 27, the book is Blake Crouch’s “Dark Matter,” and on April 24, it’s “Sharp Objects” by Gillian Flynn. This program will be held online. To register, e-mail ross13@rosslibrary.org for the Zoom meeting information.

In the lobby, available for pickup, are original games made by library staff. Patrons are welcome to come and get word finds and crosswords to keep them busy. Origami kits are still available, including ten origami sheets and three designs.

Unless otherwise stated, all programs are free and open to the public. To register for a program or get more information, contact the Ross Library at 570-748-3321 or ross13@rosslibrary.org. The Annie Halenbake Ross Library is a Clinton County United Way partner agency and a PA Forward Gold Star Library.


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