Library Hours:

Monday - Thursday 12pm - 8pm
Friday 12pm - 4pm
*Saturday 10am - 5pm 
*Memorial to Labor Day 10am - 2pm
Closed Sundays & Holidays

Contact Info:

P: 570.654.9847
F: 570.654.8037
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Programs

Programs & Events for Adults

Power Flow Yoga
Tuesday & Thursdays, 8:30-9:30AM
$7
Basement of Immaculate Conception Church, 605 Luzerne Ave, West Pittston

This class is based on the vinyasa style of yoga, which is a flowing, dynamic practice that connects movement and breath. By building a strong foundation in classical yoga postures, proper breathing and alignment, you will increase your strength, flexibility, range of motion and balance. In addition, you will leave the class feeling more focused and relaxed. To get the most power we can out of the hour, we’ll also use light weights to build additional strength. Beginners are welcome but should expect a workout! 


+Employment Services with PA CareerLink Luzerne County at Wilkes-Barre
Tuesday, 3/21, 2-3PM

Did you know that CareerLink is a FREE, one-stop shop, with highly trained staff ready to assist you with obtaining full time, sustainable employment? Danielle Dominick from CareerLink will be at the library to lead an information session about the services CareerLink provides in terms of employment assistance, available workshops and numerous resources. If you’re looking to revamp your resume, receive career counseling, assess your skills and learn about upcoming job fairs, this program is for you!


*Year of DIY: Make Your Own Natural Home Cleaners with Essential Oils
Monday, 3/27, 6:30PM

Interested in saving money and avoiding harmful chemicals? West Pittston residents and essential oil enthusiasts Kory Lyn Angeli and Marissa Linder will explain the benefits of homemade cleaning products, offer samples for you to try and hand out recipes for you to take home and make yourself! 


*Year of DIY: Vegan 101
Tuesday, 4/4, 6:30PM

So what exactly is a vegan? Do you have to hug trees and eat bark to be one? How do you live without cheese? Where do you get your protein?!? If you’ve ever wondered what a vegan is, what vegans eat, or if it’s right for you, then join Gemma, our resident Vegan to learn about the vegan lifestyle, taste some treats and take home some easy recipes. 


*Year of DIY: Vegetable Gardening for Beginners
Wednesday, 4/5, 6:30PM

Jealous of your neighbor’s bushels of basil, tasty tomatoes and elegant eggplants? Learn from Master Gardener Barbara Soyka how to plan, prep, plant and prune your very own vegetable garden this spring, even if you think you don’t have a green thumb!


*Year of DIY: REUSE – REARRANGE – REFRESH 
Wednesday, 4/19, 6:30PM

A home facelift doesn’t always have to require new furniture, an expensive trip to the hardware store, a professional contractor or a huge budget! Join that popular faux HGTV duo (no, not Chip & Joanna but…ANNE & MARIA) to gather ideas about how to style your space for an instant refresh by using what you have, what you can get for free or what you can find in the discount aisle. 


*Year of DIY: So, You Want to Be a Self-Published Author 
Monday, 4/24, 6:30PM

The decision to become a self-published author is becoming more popular, but many writers go into it not knowing what lies ahead. Author Paul Cwalina will help you explore the reasons to self-publish along with the advantages and disadvantages of doing so. Using his own experience, he’ll explain how and where to self-publish and give you tips on how to market your book.  


LuLaRoe Clothing Fundraiser
Saturday, 4/29, 11AM-4PM

Our fall fundraiser was such a hit we decided to do it again this spring! Find out why your librarians at the WPL are in LuLaLOVE with these clothes! Known for quality, trendy prints and flattering styles, the LuLaRoe clothing line is for women, children and even men. Only a limited number of pieces are created in each print, so when you find that perfect, unique pattern, you need to snatch it up, as you may never find it again. We’ll have an independent consultant at the library with clothes available for you to try on, purchase and leave with! No waiting! And, best of all, part of the proceeds will benefit the Library. That’s a LuLaWin!


*Basic Computer Classes for Seniors
Wednesdays, 5/3 to 5/24, 6-7PM

This beginner class, designed specifically for seniors, offers students insight into the basics of a computer. You will learn the different parts of the computer, be able to turn off the computer correctly, manage your icons, open and save files, and personalize your computer by changing the background or screen saver. We’ll also cover how to browse the Internet and use email. Space is limited so sign up early.


*Year of DIY: Natural Skincare Products
Tuesday, 5/9, 6:30PM

Get an all-natural glow this spring by using skincare products you made yourself with everyday household ingredients! Our own Gemma will show you how to make cost effective and ecofriendly beauty products like body scrubs, facial toner, bath bombs and more! 


*Year of DIY: EZ Space Spruce-Up
Monday, 5/15, 6:30PM

It’s another DIY evening with Anne & Maria! This time they’ll highlight their own inexpensive decorating and renovation ideas they have done to spruce up their older homes. Learn about how to use silver leaf, create an accent wall with stencils instead of wallpaper and re-imagine painted surfaces with wax-relief and weathering techniques. 


*Registration Required

+Registration Suggested

Stop by the circulation desk or call the library at 570-654-9847 to sign up. If a cost is associated with the program, the fee will be required at the time of sign-up to reserve your spot. Credit cards accepted! 






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