Do you like needlework or crafts? Interested in getting together with other like-minded people as you work on your project? "Stitch-In" is an opportunity to meet and learn from others. Share tips, hints, and patterns. Or just come and work on your craft and socialize with others. The Stitch-Ins are held at the library on the first and third Wednesdays of every month from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM. If you have any questions, please call the library.
Civil War Discussion Group
The Civil War Discussion Group will be meeting on Wednesday, October 15th at 6:30 PM. The group is free and open to the public. If you would like more information, please contact Dick Stewart at 610-261-4331.
Every Wednesday at 6:00 PM
Bill Richardson, a volunteer and member of the NAPL Friends, teaches a Computer Class for ages 16—Adult every Wednesday evening. Personalizing the instruction to the needs of those attending, he covers many aspects of basic computer use, common word processing and spreadsheet programs, and related topics. The class is free, and students may attend as many times as they wish. Please call or stop by the library to sign up. We need your name and phone number in the event of class cancellations.
Saturday Mornings 9am-Noon
Volunteer Marty Ford is available for one-on-one instruction. Sign up for an hour at a time.
*Please note: The computer class is conducted by volunteers for the library. The Northampton Area Public Library is not responsible for any problems that may arise as a result of participation in the class.
Book Discussion Group
Northampton Area Public Library's book discussion group will be meeting on Wednesday, October 22nd, at 6:30 PM. The book being discussed is Do You Really Think I Want To Annoy You? by Pat Ritz. Pat lives in Danielsville and will be joining us that evening to talk about her book. If you would like to participate in the discussion, please call or stop by the library to get the book.
From the back of the book:
"This book is about Pat's journey and her search through most of her life for a church where she could fit in, be able to be herself spiritually, and not annoy people. In the autobiographical chapters about her life and searching, Pat hopes will give you some insight into her personality that has driven her to write 'Do You Really Think I Want To Annoy You?'
When you are bursting at the seams to share the light that now shines in your heart with those you love--immediate family, extended family, church family, and friends--it is impossible, she has found, not to annoy people. She hopes this book will help those in her life and those she has never met to see that the light of God's spirit is meant to be for everyone."