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BookyMobile Event – Egg-o-Rama

Egg-o-Rama is an all community Easter egg hunt and celebration held at the Capital Area Christian Church. The church located at 1775 Lambs Gap Road in Mechanics burg, Pa is open to the public. This is a fun day of games, entertainment, activities, magic, and give-aways for the young. This family-friendly event will feature the OIC BookyMobile. The BookyMobile crew will be giving away free books, school supplies, and games for everyone present. Come join us at this fun event!

Dauphin County Systems of Care – “9th Annual One-Stop Shop” (BookyMobile Event)

Dauphin County Systems of Care — a collaborative strength-based practice adopted by Dauphin County’s Commissioners Jeff Haste, Mike Pries and George P. Hartwick, III; judges; and administrators — seeks to connect families; community- and faith-based organizations; county, state and city government agencies; businesses; employers; colleges; school districts; police departments; and other programs in the process of improving outcomes and creating solutions.

One such collaborative effort is the ANNUAL Job and Resource Fair for YOUTH and Adults. This “9th Annual One-Stop Shop” connects youth, adults, and families with an array of opportunities in our region.

This year, in addition to providing the adults and youth with an array of job & resource opportunities, we plan to provide them with job readiness training on things like how to write your resume and how to dress and present yourself for the many jobs and resources offered.

We invite you and your organization to join us for this event on Saturday, March 28th, 2020 11 a.m. –3p.m., at Harrisburg Mall, located at 3501 Paxton Street.  Last year’s event connected more than 300 families, youth and adults to over 50 employers, careers, educational, recreational opportunities, and programs that assisted with barriers to employment.

BookyMobile Reading Event

BookyMobile Reading Event – The Broken Ornament by By, Tony DiTerlizzi

This monthly Interactive Reading event features the book The Broken Ornament written by the New York Times bestselling author and Caldecott Honor–winning illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi. In The Broken Ornament, Jack is crazy excited for the upcoming holiday. As he is decorating the tree, he keeps telling his parents that they have to make Christmas more. He wants more lights, more decorations, and more ornaments! He wants MORE!

This activity is for any family. Come join us for a fun event.



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