Bucks County is lucky to be the home of some fantastic forestry with seven county parks, six state parks and three nature centers. They are all great places to explore nature and find your favorite new outdoor place. These parks are not just for hiking. Your family can identify trees and wildflowers, search for animals, listen to the birds chirping and leaves rustling, explore […]
Archives for June 2021
As of Monday, June 28, mask wearing is requested but not required in all branches of the Bucks County Free Library. Bucks County Free Library branches are located in Doylestown, Bensalem, Langhorne, Levittown, Perkasie, Quakertown, and Yardley-Makefield.
It’s that time of the week again! Week two of my Pride Reading Challenge has wrapped up, and I thoroughly enjoyed all five books I read. This week I tackled the rest of the graphic novels on my TBR as well as some of the shorter books. It was a very busy week, so these were […]
Do you have the skills required to help us track down an elusive cryptid running loose through the library? Are you familiar with creatures of myth and legend? Have you seen Bigfoot? Review our requirements and then submit your application to help us catch this beast. All applicants will receive their Cryptozoologist badge for their […]
Juneteenth is America’s newest federal holiday. It’s a celebration of the end of slavery in the United States. Like many American holidays, getting together with family and friends is traditional. When people gather, it’s often for a barbecue. Some of the foods served may be symbolic, such as collard greens to represent prosperity or red […]
Howdy, Since my initial post kicking off this challenge, I’ve hit the ground running. I selected a wide array of books and immediately began devouring them. Although I’ve worked hard to diversify my TBR (To Be Read) pile for this challenge, this week’s wrap-up will not include any YA or adult titles. However, I managed to […]
This month is Pride Month, a time when LGBTQIA communities across the world celebrate who they are. Although some Pride celebrations are postponed to later this year, it is still recognized this month to pay homage to the Stonewall Uprisings in June 1969. To acknowledge this year’s Pride month we decided to do something a […]