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Oxford Library is pleased to be a collection site for Volunteer Chester County's "Sock it to us!" October Sock Drive!

All through the month of October, we are collecting NEW socks for men, women, or children in the donation bin located in the Children's Room.

Your donations will help keep local less fortunate individuals warm this winter, as socks are distributed to: Oxford Neighborhood Services, Mission Santa Maria, Family Promise of Southern Chester County, among other Chester County charities.

In 2015, they collected over 12,000 pairs of socks throughout Chester County, and their goal is to break that record this year!
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Oxford Library is pleased to be a collection site for Volunteer Chester County's "Sock it to us!" October Sock Drive! All through the month of October, we are collecting NEW socks for men, women, or children in the donation bin located in the Children's Room. Your donations will help keep local less fortunate individuals warm this winter, as socks are distributed to: Oxford Neighborhood Services, Mission Santa Maria, Family Promise of Southern Chester County, among other Chester County charities. In 2015, they collected over 12,000 pairs of socks throughout Chester County, and their goal is to break that record this year!

Oxford Library is pleased to be a collection site for Volunteer Chester Countys Sock it to us! October Sock Drive!

 All through the month of October, we are collecting NEW socks for men, women, or children in the donation bin located in the Childrens Room. 

 Your donations will help keep local less fortunate individuals warm this winter, as socks are distributed to: Oxford Neighborhood Services, Mission Santa Maria, Family Promise of Southern Chester County, among other Chester County charities.

 In 2015, they collected over 12,000 pairs of socks throughout Chester County, and their goal is to break that record this year!

Please join us for a screening of the documentary Conowingo Dam - Power on the Susquehanna. The dam’s unique story and place in Maryland history is told by Maryland Public Television in a one-hour documentary that recalls the people, places and spectacle that have swirled around the massive structure since its opening in 1928. Special guest commentators Project Engineer Tom Jenkins and Civil Engineer Don Baldwin will be present to speak about the documentary's filming and the history and structure of the dam. ... See MoreSee Less

Please join us for a screening of the documentary Conowingo Dam - Power on the Susquehanna. The dam’s unique story and place in Maryland history is told by Maryland Public Television in a one-hour documentary that recalls the people, places and spectacle that have swirled around the massive structure since its opening in 1928. Special guest commentators Project Engineer Tom Jenkins and Civil Engineer Don Baldwin will be present to speak about the documentarys filming and the history and structure of the dam.

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Helen RiebowDo u need to register?

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Tracy Abell AlexanderEvelyn Teel Alexander here's the program info I was telling Mr. Lou about if he's still interested in going to this...

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Evelyn Teel AlexanderThank you! I think he is planning on going.

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We're wrapping up Banned Books Week. How many of these banned books have you read? ... See MoreSee Less

Were wrapping up Banned Books Week. How many of these banned books have you read?

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Anissa Mathis GendellWhere are this books banned? Why are they banned?

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Amie SwerenThis was a really fun and very interesting bulletin board to put together. I stopped when I ran out of space, but there are loads more books that could have made the list. I tried to include everything from picture books to juvenile books to YA books. Rather than being banned, some of these books are now required reading. I've read almost all of these...and wouldn't have it any other way!

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Patricia White-EvansI have read almost all of them.

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Oxford Library is pleased to be a collection site for Volunteer Chester County's "Sock it to us!" October Sock Drive!

All through the month of October, we are collecting NEW socks for men, women, or children in the donation bin located in the Children's Room.

Your donations will help keep local less fortunate individuals warm this winter, as socks are distributed to: Oxford Neighborhood Services, Mission Santa Maria, Family Promise of Southern Chester County, among other Chester County charities.

In 2015, they collected over 12,000 pairs of socks throughout Chester County, and their goal is to break that record this year!
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Oxford Library is pleased to be a collection site for Volunteer Chester Countys Sock it to us! October Sock Drive!

All through the month of October, we are collecting NEW socks for men, women, or children in the donation bin located in the Childrens Room. 

Your donations will help keep local less fortunate individuals warm this winter, as socks are distributed to: Oxford Neighborhood Services, Mission Santa Maria, Family Promise of Southern Chester County, among other Chester County charities.

In 2015, they collected over 12,000 pairs of socks throughout Chester County, and their goal is to break that record this year!

The Children's Room at Oxford Library shared Banned Books Week's photo.

It's Banned Books Week! Stop in to see our Banned Books collage, check out a favorite book, and Celebrate the Freedom to Read!
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Its Banned Books Week! Stop in to see our Banned Books collage, check out a favorite book, and Celebrate the Freedom to Read!