Let’s talk. We miss interacting with our wonderful library community, and many of you probably miss each other too. As a public gathering space, we thrive on all of those serendipitous connections that happen every day – connections that aren’t happening when our doors are closed.
To bring back that opportunity for connection and conversation, we are launching online Community Chats through Zoom. At the Community Chats, we will give a short introduction or presentation on a topic and then open up the meeting for questions or discussion. A librarian will be on hand to facilitate, but the forum is really about you and what’s on your mind.
We hope you can join us for one or more of these Community Chats. If you are new to Zoom video conferencing and would like to know more about how it works, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
Sew-along with Tori
This chat will be a sew-along with librarian Tori Russo. Use any knit fabric, including an old t-shirt, to sew an easy headband on your sewing machine or by hand. Instruction will be provided during the program.
Town Historian Susan Leath
This week’s guest is Bethlehem Town Historian Susan Leath. She will tell us a story from our town’s history then open the chat up to questions and discussion.
Understanding Financial Databases
Librarian Gordon noble will highlight the library’s financial databases and then open the discussion to questions or comments.
- Thursday, June 4, at 2:30 p.m.: Sign up here.
Family History Help
Tracing your family history? Join other researchers to share strategies, recommend resources and get help. A librarian will moderate & begin the chat by highlighting a resource available online.
Choosing Children’s Books
The topic of this chat will be Children’s Literature and tools to help your child pick out a book that is just right for them.
Summer Reading Challenge
Librarian Tori Russo will talk about the library’s 2020 Summer Reading Challenge, with activities for all ages, from preschoolers t0 adults.
*Please note: You must enter your email address in the registration form. This enables the library to send you the invitation with access to the Zoom meeting.