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Friday & Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm

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Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

Wednesday, November 22nd – Close at 5 pm

Thursday, November 23rd – Closed

Friday, November 24th – Closed

Resume Regular Hours Saturday.

Holiday Cookie Exchange

Saturday, Dec. 9th at 1 pm

Enjoy baking for the holidays? Come to the Bridgeville Public Library’s Cookie Exchange!
We’ll swap recipes and treats, sample cookies, and share holiday stories.
Please bring a copy of your recipe and six dozen cookies to share!

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Star Wars Celebration

Saturday, Dec. 16th, 1 – 3 pm

Come celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi with us! We’ll have crafts and some very special guests.
Costumes encouraged, but not required.
All ages are welcome.

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Dr. Who Christmas Party

Saturday, Dec. 16th at 7 pm

Whether you have just stepped inside the Tardis or are a long time Whovian, this is a fantastic opportunity to explore the series with fellow fans of the classic BBC series.
Attendees will vote on two Doctor Who Christmas specials to watch.
The library will provide pizza, but please feel free to bring a dessert. Costumes are optional, but encouraged.
For teens ages 12+

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Christmas Tree Festival

The Friends of the Bridgeville Library will host the annual Christmas Tree Festival at the library this season.

There will be a light up celebration on Dec. 8, as well as a Festival Finale on the 17th.

More Information

Visit the Friends of the Bridgeville Public Library website to learn more about their ongoing contributions to the library, and how to become involved with this wonderful organization!

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5 free, legal music downloads per week

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