Henry Chapman Mercer: A legacy built in concrete- Tuesday, March 23, 7 pm

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Henry Chapman Mercer: A legacy built in concrete. Join us Tuesday, March 23, at 7pm for an hour-long virtual multimedia program about Doylestown’s own Henry Chapman Mercer. Featuring film clips, historic archives and modern-day images, Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle educators bring the stories of Henry Mercer and his concrete castles to life for a new generation of history lovers. […]

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Job Opportunity: Part-time Marketing Associate

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Join Our Team! We have an opening for a Part-Time Marketing and Adult Programming Associate. Primary Function: Plans, coordinates, and implements the marketing of all library services; creates library press releases, documents and publications; facilitates programs and special events. Hours: Part-time, 12 hours per week with some evening and weekend hours Responsibilities: *  Plans and implements a proactive public relations […]

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Apply for a Library Card Online

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Here are some e-resources you can access from home with your library card: Libby/Overdrive – Free eBooks and eAudiobooks RB Digital – Free Downloadable magazines hoopla – Free eBooks, eAudiobooks, TV shows and Movies Ancestry – Search for your ancestors Mango Languages- Learn a new language If you live in Lower Moreland and don’t have a library card, we can […]

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How Libraries Help Move PA Forward

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In the past year, you may have noticed the PA Forward ® Logo on many of our flyers and on the Huntingdon Valley Library website. PA Forward is the Pennsylvania Library Association’s 21st Century Literacies Initiative. Libraries are the key to powering progress and elevating the quality of life in Pennsylvania by fueling the types of knowledge essential to success: Basic Literacy, […]

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Library Open for Grab and Go Visits

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The Huntingdon Valley Library is open for Grab and Go visits for limited hours during the week. The number of patrons allowed in the building will be limited and we ask that visits be kept to 20 minutes. You will be required to wear a mask while inside the building. If you are unable to wear a mask, please contact the library […]

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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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Boost Your Immune System, Tues., June 23, 7pm

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Coach Kira from A Well fed Life will talk about how we can Boost our Immune Systems. Kira is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach.  She will discuss what our Immune system is and how we can support it. This will be presented in an interview fashion on Zoom with time for questions at the end. Please RSVP […]

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