ADULT PROGRAMS

Stitch-In
Do you like needlework or crafts? Interested in getting together with other like-minded people as you work on your project? "Stitch-In" is an opportunity to meet and learn from others. Share tips, hints, and patterns. Or just come and work on your craft and socialize with others. The Stitch-Ins are held at the library on the first and third Wednesdays of every month from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. If you have any questions, please call the library.

Civil War Discussion Group
The Civil War Discussion Group will be meeting on Wednesday, September 17th at 6:30 PM. The group is free and open to the public. If you would like more information, please contact Dick Stewart at 610-261-4331.

Computer Class
Every Wednesday at 6:00 PM and NEW! Saturday Mornings 9am-Noon
Bill Richardson, a volunteer and member of the NAPL Friends, teaches a Computer Class for ages 16—Adult every Wednesday evening. Personalizing the instruction to the needs of those attending, he covers many aspects of basic computer use, common word processing and spreadsheet programs, and related topics. The class is free, and students may attend as many times as they wish. Please call or stop by the library to sign up. We need your name and phone number in the event of class cancellations.
Saturday Mornings 9am-Noon
Volunteer Marty Ford is available for one-on-one instruction. Sign up for an hour at a time.

*Please note: The computer class is conducted by volunteers for the library. The Northampton Area Public Library is not responsible for any problems that may arise as a result of participation in the class.



Book Discussion Group

Northampton Area Public Library's book discussion group will be meeting on Wednesday, August 27th, at 6:30 PM. The book being discussed is Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini. If you would like to participate in the discussion, please call or stop by the library to get the book.

From the back of the book:
"In a life that spanned nearly a century and witnessed some of the most momentous events in American history, Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley was born a slave. A gifted seamstress, she earned her freedom by the skill of her needle, and won the friendship of First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln by her devotion. A sweeping historical novel, 'Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker' illuminates the extraordinary relationship the two women shared, beginning in the hallowed halls of the White House during the trials of the Civil War and enduring almost, but not quite, to the end of Mrs. Lincoln's days."