July 11, 2015 10:00 a.m. to noon
Philo Public Library
115 E. Washington Street
Sarah Finn, Farmer’s Insurance, and the Friends of the Philo Library are offering a Bicycle Safety Class. Learn how to ride safely and have fun practicing what you’ve learned. Refreshments and a drawing for prizes will be held at the end of the event.
The class will begin at 10:00 a.m. with Officer Franzen talking about how to have a safe biking season. Clothing, helmets and rules of the road will be some of the items discussed. After the class there will be a chance for everyone to try out what they’ve learned on the practice tracks laid out at the Library.
In order to have enough supplies, we ask that you call the Library (684-2896) and sign up. The event is open to all ages and everyone is welcome.
Long pants and closed toed shoes are suggested for a safe riding experience.
Read on the Wild Side at the Philo Public Library!!
The Philo Public Library is offering summer reading and activity programs for children of all ages AND ADULTS! Please click on the page tab “Summer Programs 2015″ to get all the information for programs, times, and dates. Some of the programs needs pre-registration due to space restrictions and to allow us to have enough materials for everyone. The “calendar” tab also has an overview of the programs listed.
Philo Library is getting into the home delivery business, that is of library materials. This service is available to anyone who is physically unable to visit the Library. If you have a Philo Library card and have a temporary or long-term illness or injury, disability or limited mobility, or are a senior citizen without transportation, you may be eligible for our service.
Getting started is easy. Call the Library (684-2896) and ask to register for Home Delivery Services. If you don’t have a Library card, and are eligible for one, we can issue a card in your name. We will then ask you to complete an application and a survey of your reading interests. Once these forms are returned, you will be contacted by a staff member who will assign a volunteer to assist you. The volunteer will select items for you, based on your interests. We will then schedule a date for your first delivery and future deliveries based on your needs.
There are no late fees for our materials, but Home Delivery participants are responsible for lost or damaged items or fees from other libraries.
We look forward to providing this service to you.
The Philo Public Library is excited to announce our new drop box which was purchased though the generosity of the Bob Rice Memorial Fund was installed by Walt Crackle with help from Bill and Will Jones. The new drop box has 2 drop chutes, one for books and one for dvd’s, cd’s and audiobooks. (You may now disregard the stickers on the older items asking not to be put in drop box). The location of the drop box is in the alley to the west of the library between the library and village maintenance building.
The Friends of the Philo Public Library have book bags for sale for $12.00. They the perfect size to carry your favorite books, dvds, and magazines.