HV Library Updates on Reopening

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Dear Huntingdon Valley Library Patrons, Per the Governor’s orders, Montgomery County has moved to the Yellow Phase today, June 5. For Huntingdon Valley Library, this means that the Library Staff will be able to enter the building for the first time since March 13. Although Staff will be allowed in the building on June 5th, the library will remain closed […]

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Ancestry Now Available from Home

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Use your library card to research your past from home now extended through May 31, 2020! The ProQuest Company is generously allowing our library cardholders temporary in-home access to the Ancestry Library Edition database. Ancestry allows you to search U.S. census records, birth, marriage and death records, social security death records and immigration lists. Just log into your Account, click on “Search,” click […]

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Dine Out for the Library

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Join us at SushiMan Restaurant on Wednesday, February 26, as we Dine Out for the Library.  From 11:30am to 10pm a portion of your dining bill will be donated back to the Library. SushiMan Restaurant is located at 2501 Huntingdon Pike in Huntingdon Valley. Please bring a copy of the flyer with you to the restaurant. You may dine in […]

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Harriet Tubman on Thurs., 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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