Wyoming Library thanks its benefactors, announces events


First Posted: 4/24/2013

The Wyoming Free Library announces the following:

• The Friends of the Wyoming Free Library, along with Library Director John Roberts, wish to thank these local business partners for their donations and assistance which made the 2013 Children’s Art Exhibit, Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and Book Sale a huge success: Jamie Smith, owner, T.W. Shoemaker Art Gallery; School district teachers and parents for supporting their children in submitting artwork to the exhibit; Price Chopper, Wyoming; Bally Hoo, West Pittston; McDonald’s, Wyoming; UniMart, Duryea; Snips N Tips, Dallas; Gerrity’s, Scranton; Gallery First.

Our appreciation goes out to the music department of Wyoming Seminary for the entertainment, King’s College Education Department and Misericordia University students for volunteering throughout the events, as well as the library’s board of directors, members and patrons for their continued support

The money raised will be used to support the Summer Reading Programs and improve the audio/visual systems at the Wyoming Free Library.

• Zumba with Ryan – 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. Class is free and limited to 20 participants. Bring your own towel and water bottle. Suitable for all ages. Instructor is Ryan Aregood, Certified Zumba Instructor. Call 693-1364 to register.

• Book discussion will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 4. The book to be discussed is “Defending Jacob” by William Landay. Light refreshments will be available. Books will not be provided. Call the library at 693-1364 to register.

• The Friends of the Wyoming Free Library will hold a flea market/craft show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 18 at Flack Field in Wyoming.

The price for a 12×10 foot or 9×18 foot space is $25. All checks are to be made payable to the “Friends of the Wyoming Free Library.”

If interested, obtain a registration form at the library. Deadline for registration is May 1. Food vendors are also welcome. The price will be determined by the size of the vehicle and use of electricity.

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