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Upcoming Events & Programs

Join us at Franklin & Cooperstown libraries this month for a free program with Nibal Abd El Karim of Erie Arts & Culture, "Palestine Through Song"!🗓️Monday, July 22 | 4:00PM - Franklin Public Library🗓️Monday, July 22 | 6:00PM - Cooperstown Public LibraryNibal grew up a Palestinian resident of Israel. She has sung her entire life, and her voice is extraordinary. She will tell stories about growing up in Nazareth, share ballads from the Arabic speaking world, and discuss how these songs have been her way to grieve, keep her culture alive, heal, and promote peace. This project is made possible in part by federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Office of Commonwealth Libraries. ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us at the Franklin & Cooperstown libraries for a Career Assessment: Traitify Workshop, courtesy of Pennsylvania CareerLink! 🗓️ Thursday, July 25 | 1:00PM - Franklin Public Library🗓️ Thursday, July 25 | 3:00PM - Cooperstown Public LibraryTake a free career assessment called Traitify. You’ll find out what best complements & what conflicts with your personality blend & what your best work environment looks like. Discover career options that best fit your interests & abilities. This workshop is free & open to anyone. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Oil City Library will be hosting "Pysanky: Ukrainian Batik Eggshells" on Wednesday, August 7 at 6PM presented by folk artist Carol Novosel, facilitated through Erie Arts & Culture. This program is intended for teens & adults and is open to 15 participants, so registration is required!Carol Novosel lives in Sharon, and has created tens of thousands of pysanky, exquisitely decorated eggs using wax and dye. Her eggs have been given to then-President Clinton, and Alex Trebek featured one of her eggs on an episode of Jeopardy! She will show a variety of her creations and speak about how they are an integral part of spring traditions in her Ukrainian church community. Participants will be able to try a bit of pysanky art themselves.Register today at the Oil City Library or call (814) 678-3072.This project is made possible in part by federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Office of Commonwealth Libraries. ... See MoreSee Less
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