COMMUNITY MEETINGS 

The library is home to a number of community organizations, many of which have meetings and programs that are open to the public. Need a meeting place? Call us at 742-8234 or e-mail jfcameron@blwd.k12.pa.us for scheduling arrangements.

 

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is weight-loss support that’s affordable and works. No fad diets or foods to buy.  Eat what you love and lose weight with portion control and healthy weight loss tips. TOPS meets in the library every Monday, and new members are always welcome. Weigh-in starts at 4:30, meeting follows at 6 PM.

 

 

 

 

 

At their April meeting on Thursday, April 4th, at 6:30 PM, the Bellwood Quilting Bees will present a free class on how to make a cute and convenient pin cushion ring. Bring your sewing machine & supplies, and watch the Bellwood Quilting Bees Facebook page for information on fabric needed for this fun project.

 

 

On Monday, April 8th at 7 PM, the Bellwood-Antis Historical Society will present the Tide Turns, the second in a series of programs on Bellwood-Antis ties to World War I. At this program, the 7th NGP and 28th Division will be discussed. Local historian Jay Moore has researched military units, dates, and service actions of specific individuals, and his program will be full of information for history buffs and families that have relatives that served in World War I. Historical Society meetings are open to the public.

 

On Monday, April 22nd at 7 PM, the Bellwood-Antis Historical Society will present the third and final program in a series on Bellwood-Antis ties to World War I. At this program, the AEF Lead Offensives and the 80th Division will be discussed. Local historian Jay Moore has researched military units, dates, and service actions of specific individuals, and his program will be full of information for history buffs and families that have relatives that served in World War I. Historical Society meetings are open to the public.

 

The Juniata Valley Audubon Society will meet at the library on Tuesday, May 21st. A free dinner will be served at 6 pm, followed by a program at 7 PM. This month, the Audubon Society presents
Dare2bTickAware. Originally funded by the PA Dept. of Health, the Dare 2B Tick Aware program uses the most current research available to help you prevent tick bites and how to get help if you do get Lyme Disease. Pennsylvania leads the nation in new cases – don’t be a statistic! Learn how to protect yourself and your family. Audubon meetings are open to the public.