After suspending in-library programming for nearly 18 months, MidPointe is thrilled to reintroduce storytimes, crafternoons and more within their branches.
Starting Tuesday, September 7, in-person, in-Library programming will be available at MidPointe locations in Middletown, Liberty Township, Trenton and West Chester. For little ones, many storytimes and other early literacy-based programming will be offered. Adults can enjoy yoga, craft programs, book discussions and more. Anime club, crafting and “Dungeon and Dragons” programs are available for teens. Additional programming options will be added throughout the fall months.
A complete calendar can be found here. A printable version is available here. Programming is subject to change and patrons are encouraged to check the online calendar and MidPointe’s social media outlets for availability and updates.
While the Library will try to accommodate as many visitors as safely possible at programs, please understand that space is limited. Programs without registration are first-come, first-served.
MidPointe has continued to provide services throughout the pandemic, with the health and safety of both patrons and staff a priority. As in-person programming is reintroduced, the Library encourages social distancing with staff and other attendees, as well as following all other COVID precaution protocols. Masks are recommended and hand sanitizer is available at all locations.
MidPointe’s virtual programming, which has been available on Facebook and YouTube since March 2020 will continue to feature new content every week.
MidPointe’s Monroe branch is currently closed due to renovations but plans are to reopen the building shortly and offer in-library programming at that location as well.