The holiday season is the perfect time to flex your DIY muscle. From baking to gift-giving, there are plenty of ways to put your personal spin on the holidays.
December Exhibition: Janel Young
Artist Statement: The approach to my work is two-fold: emotionally emerging deep into societal issues or creating a visual escape from current realities. My best work takes a critical look … Continued
Let Your Library Adventure Begin!
The weather outside may be frightful this winter, but our 19 library locations are so delightful! Why not check them out? We are excited to introduce the CLP Passport! Stop … Continued
Check out these helpful tips when planning your next book group discussion.
Virtual Book Club – December Pick – The Sisters Brothers
Introduction Join fellow book lovers and library staff in December to discuss our next pick, The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt. In 1851, frontier baron ‘The Commodore’ orders Charlie and … Continued
5 Tips For Becoming A Successful Single Mom Entrepreneur
Written by Tori Snyder Let’s be honest, balancing time between family and work can be quite challenging. Add to that being a single mom and entrepreneur, and you’ll need … Continued
CITY Connections’ Story
You help teens gain valuable skills at the Library! Thanks to you, teens are preparing for life after graduation and finding meaningful learning opportunities. Every Friday from 10 to 11:30 … Continued
Everybody has a Mania to do the Polka from Pennsylvania!
Written by Lester Lee and Zeke Manners in 1942, The Pennsylvania Polka is 80 years old! This original piece of sheet music is available to check out from the library. … Continued
We Learn: Social Learning at the Library
Do you love learning? Have you ever taken an online course? Have you ever started an online course with the best intentions, but life got in the way, and you … Continued
CLP Polling Locations on Election Day
Learn which Library locations will be open for voting as well as open for library services.