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FYE (For Yoga Enthusiasts) - Tuesday evening Yoga classes with certified instructor, Deanna Nagle, have returned for fall, 5:30-6:30PM in our meeting rooms. Join us!  Ommmmmmmm...

 

Please Note** - Paper recycling bins have been moved temporarily to the playground area parking lot just above the library until the library parking lot repair and resurfacing project is completed this fall.

  • Teen Craft: Painted Birdhouses

    Teen CraftTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 FROM 6:30 - 8 PM

    PROGRAM IS FREE TO THE FIRST 15 REGISTRANTS!

    Artist Janet Stever will teach you how to paint flowers along with sponge painting & stenciling techniques!

    Register Online
  • YOGA AND CRYSTAL BOWLS

    Yoga and CrystalWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5 FROM 7 - 8 PM

    Join Deanna Nagle and Lisa Hamm for an evening of crystal bowl healing and yoga. Quartz crystal singing bowls offer vibrational sound healing which help bring balance to the body and calm the mind. This healing technique, combined with restorative yoga postures, can help ease conditions such as anxiety, depression, fatigue, stress and more. 

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    For ages 15 - adult. Library doors will be open for program participants only.
  • EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

    REFERENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES LIBRARIAN

    Part-time (18 hrs/wk); Bachelor’s degree req’d, Library Science or Information Technology degree preferred; minimum one year work experience in library setting req’d; experience in reference and electronic resource services req’d; requires excellent computer skills with proficiency using Windows 7 & 10, entire Microsoft Office Suite, and Internet searching; experience with various electronic devices i.e. laptop, tablet, e-reading device, iPad, iPhone, Android req’d; must possess excellent customer service and communication skills; experience using library automation system req’d; basic cataloging skills helpful.

    Detailed job description available hereSend cover letter/resume/references to Lynnette Saeger, Library Director, Southern Lehigh Public Library, PO Box 279, Center Valley, PA 18034 or via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  • Trunk or Treat

    Friday, October 21 from 6:30 - 7:30 PM (RAIN OR SHINE)

    Trunk or Treat

    Sponsored by Girls Scouts of Southern Lehigh and SLPL

    • Kids have fun getting treats AND donating to worthy causes!
    • Wear your Halloween costumes if you’d like.
    • Along with “trunk or treating” enjoy a “wee-bit scary” stories, roasting marshmallows around the fire pit, s’mores, treat bag decorating & more!
    • Bring chairs & blankets
    • Suggested ages 3 years and up
    • Download a mini flyer with list of causes and suggested donations!

    Register Online

  • 4TH ANNUAL BOOK-IT 5K RUN / WALK & KIDS ZOMBIE FUN RUN

    Book-It 5K

    Sunday, October 30 @ 8:30 AM

    Saucon Rail Trail | Upper Saucon Township Community Park

    UST Park, 3231 Preston Lane, Center Valley, PA 18034

    PRIZES • FOOD • DRINKS

    Professionally Timed | Water Station at Midpoint

    LEARN MORE AND REGISTER

  • Cycling Fitness Class

    cyclingThursdays from 9:15 - 10:15 AM

    Classes held outdoors weather permitting, inside during inclement weather.
    Appropriate for all fitness levels!

    Purchase a flex card and come when you can!

    Flex Cards: 5 classes for $50 or 10 clases for $90 (non-refundable)
    Walk-ins: $12 per class

    Download Flyer

  • Yoga classes with Deanna Nagle

    Yoga

    tuesday evenings

    Level 1 Yoga: 5:30 - 6:30 PM

    FRIDAY MORNINGS

    Level 1 Yoga: 9:15 - 10:15 AM

    Purchase a flex card and come when you can!

    Flex Cards: 5 classes for $50 or 10 clases for $90 (non-refundable)
    Walk-ins: $12 per class | Yoga Mat Rentals: $1 per class

     

  • Dan Schantz

    CHECK OUT THE DAN SCHANTZ "MONTHLY MADNESS CARD"

    A $60 VALUE FOR $20

     
    SPONSORED BY FRIENDS OF SLPL
  • Choice Magazine

    Choice magazine listening

    A free audio magazine for adults with impaired vision or other disability.

    CML is a great resource! Access to articles from the New York Times, Smithsonian, Esquire, The Atlantic and more!

    Please share this info with anyone who is blind or visually impaired. Pick up a brochure at SLPL.

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