A letter from the Eva Jane Romaine Coombe Library Director, Paula Brehm-Heeger on how the library is supporting parents, caregivers, and students no matter what back-to-school may look like for your family.

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The Library is offering a week of free, virtual back-to-school events, Aug. 17-21, to equip you with tools to help your student succeed.

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The Library has digital resources to help our county's youngest kids and their families stay engaged this school year.


We know many folks have been waiting for the chance to donate your used books, CDs, and DVDs. As we all try new ways of connecting and supporting, the Friends and the Library have come up with a different way for you to donate your items: Donate Days!


From August 10 –15, we’re spotlighting ways the Library can make your teaching job easier, wherever that may be happening this year.


One way the Library is celebrating queer voices beyond Pride Month is through local, contemporary, and historical poetry. Read on to check out the third video in the series!


Adam Vorobok, host of the Library's 'Warlock Vorobok Reads' podcast, dishes on his favorite books, movies, and music of 2020 so far and during quarantine.


In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain speaks with comedian Luna Malbroux. They discuss one of Malbroux's recent performances that speaks to sexuality, power, desire, and this moment of national uprisings and police violence against Black bodies, and so much more.

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Sometimes kids ask questions that are hard to answer. And it's best to answer their questions with words they understand. That’s why our library staff teamed up to put together a new Storytime at Home series, Important Conversations.


Our regular summer sale had to be postponed due to COVID-19. We’re holding a one-day sale at Burger Farm and Garden Center in Newtown to satisfy our customers and to continue our promise of Library support. It takes place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8. We hope to see you there!

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