Employment Opportunity, Library Assistant Director

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Library Assistant Director Library: Huntingdon Valley Library Town: Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 Library Type: Public Position Type: MLS Deadline: Open until filled Description, How to Apply, and Contact: The Huntingdon Valley Library, located in Huntingdon Valley, PA, seeks a full-time library assistant director. Primary responsibilities are supervising and coordinating the general operation of circulation and ILL activity, acting as our […]

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Employment Opportunity: Library Director

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Library Director Enjoy working with a fun and dedicated staff? Love the challenge of strengthening coalitions and raising support for a common goal? Are you forward-thinking, with an eye to the future of public libraries and how they need to adapt to meet our community’s ever-changing needs? If you answered yes, then the Huntingdon Valley Library (www.hvlibrary.org) wants to meet […]

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Over 30 New Titles in OverDrive for All Ages

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Looking for something to read or listen to from the Montgomery County Library District Digital Collection? You can access this library of eBooks and digital audiobooks with your library card (from HV Library) through a computer, laptop, or mobile device. Visit the Digital Collection here to see what is available, then download the app and log in with your library […]

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TumbleBooks eBooks – Just for Kids!

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TumbleBooks An online collection of animated, talking picture books. Find picture books, read-along, music, memory and language games, graphic novels, and MORE at home with your Huntingdon Valley Library card! Exchange after-school cartoons with after-school TumbleBooks or quiet time after dinner.  TumbleBooks is a great way to enhance family literacy and at-home reading. Watch, listen, and read along. With the […]

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Annual Report for 2019

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Prior to the February Annual Meeting, we create a brief Annual Report to share the Library’s accomplishments with the community. The 2019 Annual Report is now available for review. Reports back to 2012 are also available on the About HVL page, for the curious. Below are highlights from the last 8 years or so from the Library Director’s Annual Report, […]

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COVID-19 Information

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Library Closed The Library is a public place where people of all ages gather, so we are concerned about the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, as well as the flu and common cold. Practicing good hygiene, staying home and keeping children home when sick, and covering sneezes and coughs helps prevent the spread of all viruses. The Huntingdon Valley […]

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Friends Fundraisers – Opera, NYC, Spring Tea, and More

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The Friends raise funds to support the collection, technology, and programs at Huntingdon Valley Library through weekly events, special events, and annual membership dues. Supporting the Friends supports the Library! Membership starts at $15. As of March 2, we have 25 Golden Friends ($100 or more) and 264 members. Add your name to the list and check out a museum […]

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March 2020 Calendar of Events

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In March, winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds and something pulls inside of us too.        Jean Hersey To help us make this transition from winter to spring, we have a flurry of new and ongoing programs. Download a copy of the March 2020 Calendar of Events today or visit the online calendar to register. Be […]

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Harriet Tubman Program Feb. 27 at 7 pm

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Celebrate Black History Month with Harriet Tubman. Thursday, February 27, 7 pm. Come meet Harriet Tubman in this multi-generational program. Millicent Sparks’ portrayal of Harriet Tubman will highlight public awareness of the Underground Railroad, Civil War, and the life of one of the 19th century’s most celebrated figures. Target audience is 4th Grade and older. Free and Open to All. […]

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