Free Line Dancing
Free Line Dancing is offered every Monday from 2 to 3 p.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Youngsville (343 East Main Street); use the entrance near the back of the building. This is a very casual, beginner, and weekly event that is open to the public and to all ages. No registration is required and you are not obligated to participate each week. Come and join the fun when you can. For information, contact Sally Asbury at (814) 563-6314.
Mary, Mother of Jesus, Storytelling
At 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, enjoy a storytelling event at the Otterbein UMChurch (258 Dalrymple Street, Pittsfield). Luella Krieger will portray Mary, mother of Jesus, and take you back in time through dramatization with this “Visitors from the Past” program. This is a free event open to the public.
Youngsville’s monthly storytime program is free and open to all ages from 0 on up. Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 10:30to 11:30 a.m. for activities, games, songs, and stories. A free snack will be provided to each kid at the end of the storytime, too. December’s theme is “Wonderful Winter.” No registration is necessary. Story hour is the first Wednesday of each month. January’s story hour date will be Jan. 8, 2020, due to New Year’s Day falling on the previous Wednesday. Call Youngsville Library with questions (563-7670, 100 Broad Street).
Newest Library Angels
Most recent Youngsville Public Library Angels: Towards Software updates: In Memory of Audrey & Albert Eccles from Elaine Krill; Towards Newspaper costs: In Memory of Jim Dunn from Ellie Dunn; Towards Security System Monitoring costs: In Memory of Arthur & Mary Ann Loucks from Anne Rock; Children’s DVDs: (a) In Honor or Jenna Derr from Barb Derr, (b) In Honor or Ally, Mason, Tori, Katie, & Lilly Henry from Al & Debbie Henry; Stamps: (a) In Honor of Jim & Nicole Cowan from Gail Cowan, (b) Kristy & Roger Wallace; Office supplies: In Memory of Joal Dove Wiles from Anonymous Donor; Children Programming: In Honor of Nonnie from Liam Wallace; Paper for Fax machine: Rose & John McCanna; Wish-list books: In Memory of Peg Brittain from Al & Debbie Henry; General DVDs: In Honor of Max & Zoe from Grandma & Grandpa Murphy; Book covers/supplies: Rose & John McCanna; and General operating needs: Frank Mathers.
The annual Library-Angel Fundraiser helps the library offset costs of daily operating items like toner and utilities, that aren’t usually associated with library expenses.
To become a Library Angel, stop by the Youngsville Library during business hours and choose an ornament from the tree or you can mail a Library Angel Donation to Youngsville Public Library c/o Library Angel Program, 100 Broad Street, Youngsville, PA 16371; include the name you would like to be placed on the Angel (and if it is in memoriam or in honor of someone).
The Library Angel Tree is on display, at the library, now through Monday, Dec. 23.