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Bucks Online ~ 25 years!

Bucks Online was celebrated at the Provost’s Reception on October 17th! Congratulations to Georglyn Davidson, Associate Dean, Bucks Online and to all those that helped establish and support distance education at Bucks County Community College over the course of 25 years!

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Congratulations Bill Hemmig!

Congratulations to Bill Hemmig, Dean, Learning Resources and Online Learning for the publication of his flash fiction/monologue piece, “Every Takeoff.” Read it now in the current issue of cc&d magazine by scrolling down to the Prose section of the table of contents:

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In The Fall
cc&d magazine
v292, September-October 2019
Internet ISSN 1555-1555, print ISSN 1068-5154


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Observe the Moon Night at Grundy Library

International Observe the Moon Night
A Night Sky Star Party
Grundy Library, Bristol, PA
October 5, 2019

The first quarter moon will be in the night sky for International Observe the Moon Night on Saturday, October 5, 2019. You’re invited to join us, rain or shine, for a star party at the Grundy Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, beginning at 6:00 pm when members of the Bucks-Mont Astronomical Association (BMAA) will set up their telescopes to assist astronomy enthusiasts with viewing the moon and constellations outdoors. Attendees are welcome to bring their own binoculars and telescopes or use those provided by the BMAA for the event. In addition to viewing the night sky, there will be light refreshments, a photo booth, an indoor scavenger hunt, and crafts.

Participants also have the opportunity to enter a free drawing for a telescope. No registration is required for this free, family event. The Bucks-Mont Astronomical Association is a group of amateur astronomers working together to improve astronomical knowledge and appreciation as well as observational and astrophotography skills. BMAA members are a varied group of individuals who share a curiosity about the sky who make themselves and their stargazing instruments available to promote public interest in astronomy.


This presentation is part of the NASA @ My Library education initiative to promote STEM learning opportunities throughout the nation. As one of seventy-five U.S. public libraries selected through a competitive application process to become a NASA @ My Library Partner, the Library has received resources, training and support to lead STEM educational events in the community.