Join the Sweet Witches Bakers on Monday, October 21st from 6:00 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. and learn how to decorate a “Witch Leg Cake” from one of our areas best decorating bakers, just in time for that special Halloween event!
Each class must have a minimum of 5 students, and be registered no later than two days before the class, or the class will be cancelled. Payment may be made by cash, or check, at the library.
The cost of the class is $25.00 per person. Students are asked to bring two 8” or 9” cake layers, or the bakers can provide a “dummy cake” for them to decorate for $30.
Invite your friends to come and have some fun!
For additional information call us at 570-287-2013.
In conjunction with Teen Read Week, the Young Adult Library Services Association has created an online campaign to raise awareness of the important role libraries play in helping teens develop and master critical literacy skills.
We need your help in getting the word out about it! We are using a platform called Thunderclap to flood Twitter and Facebook with our ‘take action to support teen literacy & libraries’ message. The Thunderclap allows people to pledge a Twitter, Tumblr or Facebook message that is unleashed at the same time. It’s completely safe and will automatically post exactly one message on your behalf at 1pm, eastern, on Oct. 19. The message has been pre-created by YALSA and says: “Teen Read Week is ur chance 2 support teen #literacy & #libraries! Check out these 10 easy ways 2 take action! http://ow.ly/pBXXy”
It takes 10 seconds to join the Thunderclap so you can send out the message—here’s how:
- Click on this link http://thndr.it/GJ9MSd
- Choose Twitter, Facebook and/or Tumblr
- From the new screen, log into your Twitter, Facebook and/or Tumblr account
- That’s it! You can opt to share the Thunderclap with others (please do!), or just close the box
Please sign up for the Thunderclap by no later than noon, eastern, on Oct. 19th.
To learn more about Teen Read Week, visit www.ala.org/teenread.