May 2014 Newsletter
Library Announcements 

Mini Mother Goose will not be held on Friday, May 2nd.  It will resume Friday, May 9, 2014.

The library will be closed Saturday, May 24 and Monday, May 26, 2014 in observance of Memorial Day.

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Our library is always busy with programs for infants through adulthood.  Children's programs require many supplies. 
A wonderful way to say "thank you" for library services to our community, is to donate items from our Amazon Wish List.  Click the link below for details.  Thank you in advance!

4th Annual Kentucky Derby Party
Grab your best Derby hat and join us in the Winner's Circle!
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Mint Juleps begin at 4 pm
in a private Wyomissing residence.

Tickets are $75 per person and includes open bar and delicious cuisine throughout the afternoon. *A portion of the ticket price directly supports our library.

Space is limited.  Please RSVP by April 29th to Colleen Stamm at: OR (610) 374-2385

Hope to see you at the Derby Party!  


Thanks to the Wyomissing Borough Arborists, we're very lucky to be surrounded by a beautiful assortment of thriving trees.  Join Miss Corinne and the Arborists for "A Tree Jubilee!". Learn about the importance of their job and how they keep trees healthy.  After storytime, kids will help the Arborists plant two new trees for the library, so be prepared to get a little dirty!  Join us for a morning of stories, digging, raffles and more!

We're making room for inventory. Our popular sale is back, fill a bag of books for only $5. Our ongoing book sale features a large selection of genres for all ages. Check it out! 
Since you're a savvy library user, these services are free to you!  
All you need is a library card number.
WPL Mission Statment

"The mission of Wyomissing Public Library is to provide a wide variety of popular and informational material for reading, listening, and viewing. The library places an emphasis on those services which encourage children and parents to read together, as well as providing educational, cultural and general programs for the community at large. Electronic as well as print reference information is available."