Warminster Library collaborating with the Free Lunch Program


Warminster Library to Collaborate with Centennial School’s Free Lunch Program

The Warminster Township Free Library will be bringing kits and library services to the Centennial School District’s Free Lunch program this summer. Each week, the library will select a location to visit and bring 50 take and make kits to the facility for families to bring home. Kits include materials to make a craft, and video tutorials are available on the library’s YouTube channel (@WarminsterLibrary). Kits will also include a Financial Literacy Packet to help families prepare for emergencies and save for higher education.

“We are excited to be a part of this vital program. Not only will we be able to interact and connect with part of our community, but we can also bring our summer programs and resources directly to these families. We want everyone in our community to know the library is here to support and help them, and this goes a long way to deliver that message,” says Ann Duffy, Youth Services Librarian.

The partnership will take place starting the week of June 21st which coincides with the library’s Summer Reading Program. Registration for “Tails and Tales” begins on 6/13. For more information about the library’ involvement with the Free Lunch Program and about other summer reading events, call the library at (267) 317-1333 or visit our website, https://warminstertownship.org/children-and-teen-programs/