Programs & Events vary by season and include:
Book Discussion Groups: Monthly forums where readers come together to talk about books and the reading experience.
Basic Computer Classes: Weekly classes focus on the Basics of learning computing skills such as keyboarding, using a mouse, and navigating the internet.
Readers’ Advisory for Adults: These may include recommendations of specific titles, authors, or lists of books for particular needs.
Movie Matinees & Movie Nights: Shown monthly on the last Tuesday night and Thursday Afternoon of the month.
Senator Boscola’s Mobile Office Hours: to help constituents with various needs
Seed Lending Library Offered Seasonally: Choose up to 5 seed packs at a time- no need to return them, just plant & enjoy! The Emmaus Public Library will host a Produce swap near the end of the harvest season, check out our calendar for dates & times! Get the specifics here. In addition to offering FREE seeds, the Emmaus Public Library is proud to participate with Plant A Row Lehigh Valley! Each Monday and Wednesday, between 8 & 10 AM, you can drop your surplus harvest of produce at the collection container near the main entrance. You generosity directly supports our hungry neighbors through Casa Guadalupe, Jefferson Elementary Food Pantry, and Central Elementary Food Pantry. For more information or to sign up on line please visit Plant a Row Lehigh Valley.
Need Federal Tax Forms? We do get a limited quantity each year, however they can always be printed directly from the IRS website https://www.irs.gov/forms-instructions .
The Emmaus Public Library will be changing to a new circulation system, SPARK, in June 2018. Any patrons wishing to print their past lending histories should follow the instructions here.
These events and more are publicized in the local newspaper, library flyers, and social media. Please check the website’s Calendar page for more specific events, dates, and times.
All questions about the adults’ programs may be directed to librarians by calling the library at 610-965-9284 x 210, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by coming to the library’s front desk.