This program is for all-ages, starting at 4:30 pm. Come and meet some dogs!
August 21st is the last day for teens and adults to log reading minutes. Keep it up! Enjoy those reading moments.
Last day for our preK-6th grader morning program. Come learn about animals and see them too! After the 10:30 am program, staff will hand out prizes, gift bags, and small snacks.
Join us on Nov 5 at 6:30 pm for an evening of stargazing on the library lawn. And, learn about our new telescope lending program.
To celebrate the American Library Association's International Games week, we are planning some fun virtual events. Check back soon to learn more about them. Available from Nov 6 through Nov 13.
For the month of November, drop of donations and supplies for Goodies for Our Troops at the library. Thank you for your support!
The Friends of the Green Free Library is running a basket raffle from November 5 to Dec 4, with the drawing at 2 pm after their annual Dickens Reception, from 11 am to 2 pm. Hot cider and cookies will be available during that time. Please remember to mark your basket selection on your tickets: […]
The library will be closed from November 24 -- 26, 2021 to celebrate Thanksgiving. The book drop will be open during this time. And remember: you have 12/7 access to downloadable ebooks and e-audiobooks through eBranch2Go.
The library's Dicken's of Book Sale starts on December 1 and will run through December 12. A mixture of gently used books, gift-worthy books, movies, and specially priced items will be available. All proceeds support the library. Thank you. Hours: Dec 1 & 2: 9 am-6:30 pm Dec 3: 10 am-4 pm Dec 4 & […]
Punxsutawney Phil was pulled out of his burrow to predict the weather. So yes, Phil saw his shadow this year. We are getting 6 more weeks of winter. Learn more about Phil at the Punxsutawney Memorial Library or the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club. Jim Mapstone, who created our library logo, designed us a special 2/2/22 Groundhog […]
The Iditarod has started so we want you to win a prize! Click on Program Activity Sheets (also found under Information on our homepage) to find our two different activities. Color the Husky (for preschool children) OR complete the Iditarod activity sheet (for everyone else). Once completed, drop it off to the library by 3 […]
On April 5 at 6PM, Sheriff Levindoski and State Representative Owlett will be hosting a presentation from the Federal Trade Commission on SCAMS. Please stop in to see this important program. Pre-registration is not necessary. Please call the library, 570-724-4876, to hear more about this program.