Programs & Information

Story Hour

The weekly reading program is free of charge and open to children from birth to 5 year old. It runs during the school year from September through May. Story time begins at 10:15 AM and continues until approximately 11 AM.

Winter Themes:

Jan 11                   Winter

Jan 18                   Snowmen

Jan 28                  Penguins

Feb 1                     Groundhogs

Feb 8                    Valentine’s Day

Feb 15                   Trains

Feb 22                 Dinosaurs

Mar 1                    Dr. Seuss

Mar 8                   Pirates

Mar 15                  St. Patrick’s Day

Mar 22                 Music

Mar 29                  Birds

Apr 5                     Poetry (PA One Book)

Apr 12                   Easter

Apr 19                   Frogs

Apr 26                   Farms

May 3                     Bugs & Butterflies

May 10                   Mother’s Day & Families

May 17                    Buildings


TumbleBook Library

tumblebookslibraryThe TumbleBookLibrary is a collection of TumbleBooks(animated, talking picture books) with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, Read-Alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation),TumbleTVwhich consists of pre-set playlists of a sequence of books, and Tumble Puzzles & Games.

TumbleBooks are created from existing picture books which are licensed from children’s book publishers and converted to the TumbleBook format. Click here to use Tumblebooks Library.

Summer Reading Program

The preschooler through 6th grade 2016 Summer Reading Program, Get in the Game @ the Green Free Library, that ran from June 22, 2016 — August 3, 2016 was a great success.  We are busy planning next year’s events.  Check back in May 2017.


Teen and Adult Summer Reading Programs  — The below programs are finished for this year.  Thanks to all who participated.  Check back in June 2017 for our next online programs.

Adult Summer Reading Club 2016
Adult Registration Form | Adult Activity Form
Teen Summer Reading Club 2016
Teen Registration Form | Teen Activity Form

Youth Collections

  • The Children’s Room houses books for preschoolers through second graders. Some DVDs, multimedia kits, and music are also available. The train set, activity center, and other hands-on materials are also found in this location.
  • The Robinson Room has two computers with educational software available for children ages 10 and under.
  • Nonfiction and fiction books for juveniles and young adults are in separate locations in the Robinson Room. Some audiobooks are also available for these ages groups.
  • DVDs and videos for youth are available in the Main Room of the library.

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