The White Haven Area Community Library has planned several events for
children, students, and adults to celebrate Halloween.
There will be a Halloween Party for
school-age children at St. Paul’s Parish House on Berwick Street on Saturday, October 26, from 6:00-7:30. Children from kindergarten and
up are invited to come in costume for treats, games, and crafts. A party for
preschool children will be held during Tots’ Story Time on October 31 at 9:30. Registration is required for both events. Call 570-443-8776 and
leave a message or stop by the Engine House at 99 Towanda Street on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays.
On October 29, Carissa Longo, naturalist, will present ”Batty about Bats,” a program suitable for all ages at
6:30 in the Engine House. She will dispel some myths and fears that have developed about bats over time and help us learn to appreciate the
special qualities and abilities of these furry little creatures. This fun session is free and open to the public.
On October 30, The White Haven Paranormal Society invites participation as it conducts an “ Investigation” of the Engine House at 7pm to search for evidence of people and events associated with this historical building through its many years before becoming the library. The program is suitable for adults and students over the age of 14. There will be a $5 entrance fee that the Society will contribute to the library.
On Halloween, October 31, the library will welcome trick or treaters from 6:00-8:00.
Everyone is invited to stop at the library to check out the collection of Halloween-themed books for children and adults on sale near the circulation desk.