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New Books!

We’ve just added some new books to our collection!

Click on the cover below to request the book or see if it’s on the shelf:
Becoming Nicole

City on Fire

Devil's Chessboard

Find a Way

Lafayette in the Somewhat

Last of the Presidents Men

Mrs. Engels

My kitchen year

Pretty Girls

Thirteen Ways of Looking

For Kids

Bear Report

Diva and Flea


Dream on Amber

Little Elliot, Big Family

Maisy Goes on a Plane



For Teens

Carry On


Orbiting Jupiter

Queen of Shadows

The Rest of Us Just Live Here

Six of Crows


Wolf By Wolf


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Holiday Jewelry Making Class

Join us on Saturday, Nov. 14th at 11:00am

as Linda Sivilich

teaches us to make a beautiful pair of earrings

to wear for the Holidays or give as a gift.

Cost of the program is $25.00 for supplies.

For more information call: 610-494-5877

Go to and click on calendar to register.

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Kids’ Halloween Scavenger Hunt!


Throughout the month of October, children can participate in a pumpkin scavenger hunt at the Library! 12 paper pumpkins are hidden in the children’s area wearing interesting costumes for Halloween. Find all 12 pumpkins, fill out the sheet “What will pumpkin be for Halloween?” and turn it in to the service desk. All correct entries will be placed in a random drawing for a new book. Entry sheets can be found in the children’s area and on the display easel near the service desk!


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Friends of the Library “Frozen” Raffle!

Support the library and get a chance to win with our new raffle!

The prize is a wide variety of items related to the movie “Frozen”!

Proceeds of the raffle go to the Friends of the Library. You can get one ticket for $2, three for $5, or seven for $10!

The drawing is December 18th !

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Our phones are working again

Library phones are back working again!

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Free Wednesday Evening Chair Yoga Classes returning to Aston Library ! Sign Up Now!

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There will be free chair yoga classes at the our library starting next month, but space is limited, so sign up today.  Go to

to register!

Dates and times-

Wednesdays at 6:00PM from November 4th to December 30th

Who Can Do Chair Yoga?

“Anyone can do it!”  Men as well as women.  Chair yoga can benefit you whether you are a beginner who wants to start yoga slowly, out of shape, young or old, overweight or averse to gyms. It is also beneficial for most health problems or concerns in any one area of your body, or to gently help your body strengthen and recover from an illness or surgery. Remember to always check with your physician before starting any exercise program.

What is Chair Yoga?

Chair yoga is the term generally used to describe a gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting in a chair or standing, using a chair for support.  Chair yoga gives you the benefit of relieving stress and gentle stretching of muscles and joints.  With the use of this type of yoga modification, it helps to make yoga easier if you have physical limitations in balance, flexibility, or strength. Yoga is not about trying to twist your body into a pretzel.  It is meant to gently stretch and bend the muscles and open air flow with the breath. Whether you are doing classical yoga or chair yoga, you will leave class with a calmer state of mind and a more resilient spirit.

Benefits of Chair Yoga

Chair yoga as well as classical yoga is considered safe. Studies have shown that yoga helps people with the symptoms of many health issues including:

  • hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • manage stress, anxiety, clinical depression
  • fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome
  • arthritis
  • insomnia
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • chronic pain
  • poor circulation
  • relieves stress ,tension in neck, shoulders, torso and legs.
  • gain strength, flexibility and balance
  • digestion
  • osteoporosis – helps stop bone loss or increase bone density
  • well-being feeling
  • breathe easier

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Building STEM Skills Using Legos at 4PM on Wednesday October 28th!

Would you like your child to learn some useful skills while having fun? Join the Aston Library Lego Club!

Learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (and maybe some Art) using Legos! Children ages 6-10 will experiment with Legos to complete assigned activities during the hour. Children will be working in groups, but will have their own Legos to use to complete the projects. All Legos are property of the library, so no need to bring your own!

The program will run for four Wednesdays at 4PM starting October 28, 2015. We’ll let you know about dates and times after that. Go to for more information about all our children’s programs at the library.Lego

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