Growing Readers Fall Programs

You’ve been wondering, and we now announce our upcoming (Virtual) Fall Children’s Programs!
Starting September 20th, children aged infant through 6 years can attend programs via Zoom on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Registration is already open, just click here to view our events calendar. This series of programs will be 5 weeks, however, they will not meet October 11th.

Your child will have a “front row seat,” viewing stories and singing songs while interacting with library staff who present each program. Most programs are presented live from our story time studio, so your child will feel like they are right at the library! In our calendar, you’ll find programs for 2’s, 3’s, and ages 4-6 on Mondays; infants/toddlers and 3’s on Thursdays; and on Fridays, something for 3’s and ages 4-6. Once you register, a Zoom link will be sent via email to you on the day of the program. When you register, please include your child’s name and age, and a current email address. We look forward to sharing many great stories with you this fall!

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Adult Winter Reading Program

There’s still time to participate in the Chester County Library and Henrietta Hankin Branch Adult Winter Reading Program!

The Adult Winter Reading Program, Snow is falling… books are calling, is designed for adults age 18 & up to encourage life-long reading habits. Earn 100 points for every book, e-book, or audiobook you read/listen to. You can also earn points by completing missions (10 points for every activity in the mission), attending virtual programs (50 points each), and playing minigames (25 points each). Earn 800 points and you’ll automatically be entered in the drawing for a prize! Once you’ve earned 1000 points you’ll receive a completion certificate you can print and share! The reading programs runs from December 15, 2020 to February 14, 2021. The Adult Reading Programs are made possible by generous donations from the Friends of the Chester County Library and the Friends of the Henrietta Hankin Branch Library.