Check out the meteorite we have on loan from Jim Redden in the display case on the north end of the library!
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The Aston Public Library is hosting the Melmark School Traveling Art Show this month! Check out the pictures and information in our Children’s area! There are some remarkable items created by Melmark’s developmentally disabled students!
Melmark, based in Berwyn, PA and with a location in Andover, MA, provides residential, educational, vocational and therapeutic services for children and adults with autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, acquired brain injuries and other neurological and genetic disorders. Melmark’s programs and services are offered in an environment of warmth, care and respect. To learn more, visit www.melmark.org .
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They are performing the Nutcracker at Neumann University later this month!
Jack McDermott, Beth McDermott, Cy Yost, Janet Yost and Joe Cuff from the Aston American Legion post number 926 are providing a display of veterans’ memorabilia at the Library during November. Items included are uniform patches, ribbons, newspaper articles, artillery shells and personal gear. There is a mess kit, gas mask, world war I uniform leggings, and other miscellaneous memorabilia. The display includes articles on loan from the American Legion of Aston as well as the Pennsylvania Veteran’s Museum of Media. Lisa Pietroswski from the Legion created the “Honoring All Who Served” design at the center of the display. The items will be on display until November 30th. Here are some pictures:
Stop by the library to see more!