Please register now so we can be in touch with you about our events, prizes, and other fun!

For help with registration, just visit the library, call 570-387-8782, or email


Mother Goose on the Loose (MGOL)

MGOL is an Early Literacy Program created by Dr. Betsy Diamant-Cohen. This program aids speech development and motor coordination, develops attention span, and encourages a love of books and book illustration. For children, ages birth to two.

The summer session of MGOL will be held Mondays at 9:30 AM in the Central Branch Library.

 Read Play Grow 

Read Play Grown helps parents/caregivers explore early literacy practices with a strong focus on reading and playing together! For families with older toddlers and preschoolers. Every Thursday at 10 AM, we will read, play, sing, talk, and write with our little learners and their special grown-ups!


STEAM Adventures

STEM Adventures club offers an engaging platform for students to delve into the exciting realms of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM). STEAM Adventures will be held twice a month in June and July this summer. Participants can anticipate immersive hands-on activities that foster creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration. From building experiments to exploring the latest innovations, each session promises an interactive learning experience that ignites curiosity and cultivates a deeper understanding of STEAM concepts. Join us as we illuminate the path to discovery and inspire the next generation of innovators and problem solvers.

Library Leaders Middle School Day Camps

Parents and caregivers will have the opportunity to drop off their middle school student(s) at the Central Branch on Sawmill Road for a day full of exciting activities crafted around this summer’s theme, “Adventures Begins at Your Library.” 

Middle schoolers will experience fresh titles from the library’s ever growing middle grade collection, try their hand at STEAM challenges, learn new skills, meet new friends and make new connections! 

For children in grades 5-8 for the 2023 school year. 

Registration is required and lunch will be provided.

Please register online here
or by calling 570-387-8782



 Join our Summer Reading Bingo and WIN!

Picture of the 2024 Summer BingoEligibility:

  • Participants must be 13 years of age or older.
  • Participants must be registered members of any of the partner libraries.

How to Enter:

  • Pick up a Bingo Challenge sheet from the library or download it here.
  • Complete the reading challenges as indicated on the Bingo sheet. Each square represents a different challenge.
  • A Bingo is achieved by completing a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line of five squares.

Submitting Entries:

  • Once a Bingo is achieved, submit the Bingo sheet to the library.
  • Sheets can be submitted in person at the library’s front desk.
  • Alternatively, participants can email a scanned copy or a clear photo of the completed Bingo sheet to
  • Each Bingo sheet submission grants one entry into the prize draw.
  • Participants can submit multiple Bingo sheets, with each completed sheet counting as a separate entry.

Final Entry Deadline:

  • All entries must be submitted by August 10th, 2024.


Weekly Prizes:

  • Each week, completed Bingo sheets will be entered into a weekly drawing for gift certificates to the book sale or local eateries.

Grand Prize:

  • In August, all completed Bingo sheets will be entered into a grand prize drawing for a $100 Barnes & Noble gift card.
  • The grand prize drawing will take place on August 12th and the winner will be notified via phone or email.

Additional Rules:

  • Each participant is eligible to win only one weekly prize. However, all entries, including those of weekly prize winners, remain eligible for the grand prize.
  • We are trusting you to fill out the bingo sheets honestly.
  • By entering, participants agree to allow the library to use their first names and photos for promotional purposes.

Contact Information:

  • For questions or more information, please contact Andrea Bishop at 570-784-0883 or

Good luck, and happy reading!


  1. Go on an imaginary adventure in a park.
  2. Plan an adventure: If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
  3. Check out an adventure movie and watch it.
  4. Draw a treasure map – for a real treasure or imaginary!
  5. Go on a food adventure – try a food you have never tried before!
  6. Create a playlist for a road trip.
  7. Go on a library adventure – visit a library you’ve never been to before.
  8. Have a music adventure – listen to a new song or type of music.
  9. Make a packing list for an epic space adventure! What couldn’t you leave behind?
  10. Go on a meditative adventure in your mind! Find a quiet place to sit, play soft music and take a relaxing walk through the woods, on a beach, or somewhere you love! 

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Reading Raffle Prize Choice List

Click here to view the 2024 prize choices 

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Looking for other great ways to keep learning, have fun, and be active this summer? 
Check out the event carousel from for up-to-date information about the great kids’ activities in and around Bloomsburg!