Student? LearningExpress Library Updates!


August 2016 News and Updates We are pleased to announce that more than fifty (50) new resources have been added to our Online Resource:  LearningExpress Library since January 2016. This database is currently provided by the Friends of Huntingdon Valley Library and will soon be available throughout Montgomery County!  Here are the highlights: AT® and ACT® Test Prep Twenty-five (25) […]

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Sept. 2016 Friends Events


September 1 Monthly Meeting and Program Join the Friends on Thursday, September 1 for a meeting at 12:30 and program following at 1:30 pm.  All are invited – you don’t have to be a Friend to come to the meeting or program! Labor Day weekend is around the corner and September is still time to extend the summer. Join us […]

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Sept 15 New Genealogy Program Series


Old York Road Genealogical Society President, Betty Smith will be presenting 4 sessions on finding your relatives. Tonight’s session will be “Tracking Your Ancestors Through Census Records with a Power Point Presentation. Program is free and open to all.  Would appreciate if you would RSVP to this event. Register Now! Sessions: September 22 – How The Answer To One Question […]

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Sept 14 New Socrates Cafe Begins


Library Socrates Cafe Join us with facilitator Robert Rubin, former Library Board President and seasoned discussion leader, for our new Socrates Cafe program. Bob wants to help us give philosophy back to the people with discussions about truth, justice, and moderation. For September, the question is: Supreme Court Decision-Making:  What Should Be the Guiding Principle? Download the Syllabus Today! Philosophy […]

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CAPS Students’ YouTube Video

2016 CAPS Virtual Tour video

We were so lucky to have Daniel, Julia and Shawn spend their time as LMT High School CAPS student volunteers with us in May.  They helped with everything from stuffing Summer Reading Bags to moving entire collections, giving us room to grow and expand.  As a fun wrap-up project, they created this promotional video of the Library. I hope you […]

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Sept. 13 Super Sitter Babysitting Course Starts


Super Sitter Babysitting Course The babysitting course is taught by Red Cross instructor, Pat Antonacci, and offers hands-on-training in infant and toddler care, as well as safety tips and procedures. The class is $25 which includes a 4-week workshop, course workbook, handouts and Babysitting Certification. Open to ages 11-18. Registration is required.  Register Now Date / Time: Tuesdays evenings: Sep […]

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August 2016 Movies

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Aug. 5   – Nebraska An aging, booze-addled father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim a million-dollar Mega Sweepstakes Marketing prize. Stars: Bruce Dern, Will Forte, Stacy Keach and Jane Squibb. Rating R (for some language) Runtime 115 minutes.   Aug. 12 – Eye In The Sky Col. Katherine Powell, a military […]

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Meet at the Library


Looking for a place to meet? Are you a business owner looking for a conference room? A nonprofit who needs a place for your board meeting? Need a quiet spot to shoot a promotional video for your start-up website? Need space for a festival or craft sale for that knitting, felting, weaving, clothing, furniture, lamps, etc. hobby? Consider booking the […]

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