Mar. 9 Up-to-date Catalog

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A Special Notice from Huntingdon Valley Library March 9, 2017 Our Software Upgrade is complete and we are now on the most up-to-date version of Polaris, our online catalog software used to track all that is borrowed and loaned among the libraries of Montgomery County Library & Information Network Consortium! Please contact the Library if you encounter any issues at […]

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Mar. 15 Socrates Cafe: Voting Rights

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Library Socrates Cafe Join us with facilitator Robert Rubin, former Library Board President and seasoned discussion leader, for our new Socrates Cafe program. Wednesday, March 15 at 10:30 am in the Friends Learning Lab. Bob wants to help us give philosophy back to the people with discussions about truth, justice, and moderation. All political, economic and social points of view […]

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Friends NYC Bus Trip and Spring Fun

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Friends NY Bus Trip The City that never Sleeps awaits! Don’t miss out on the opportunity of a fabulous adventure in New York City. When: Wednesday, May 3, 2017.  Depart at 8 am, depart NYC at 5 pm and arrive back in Feasterville between 7:30-8 pm How much? $42 (includes tip) made payable to “Friends of Huntingdon Valley Library”  Sign […]

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Mar.5 Four Aspects of Art Nouveau Lecture

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Four Aspects of Art Nouveau Lecture Series with Elizabeth Anderson Join us for a free four-part lecture series sponsored by the Friends of Huntingdon Valley Library. February 19 was – Hector Guimard and Paris Art Nouveau  (List of Slides Shown at Lecture (pdf)) March 5 – Victor Horta, Henry van de Velde and Belgian Art Nouveau (Lecture 2 Brussels handout […]

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February and March Movies

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HUNTINGDON VALLEY LIBRARY FRIDAY ADULT MOVIE MATINEES @ 11 AM Feb. 17 The Accountant   Christian Wolff (Ben Affleck) is a math savant with more affinity for numbers than people. Behind the cover of a small-town CPA office, he works as a freelance accountant for some of the world’s most dangerous criminal organizations. With the Treasury Department’s Crime Enforcement Division, run […]

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College Application Classes

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The Library will offer two college application courses for parents and students with Linda George, award-winning writer, coach and educator in March. For parents: Tuesday, March 21 at 6:30 pm Surviving the College Application Process: A Parent Workshop Want to offer some ideas to help your high school student through the college application process? Learn how to apply proven writing strategies […]

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Feb. 15 Socrates Cafe

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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. All political, economic and social points of view are welcomed and encouraged.  The only ground rule is that we […]

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Closed Thursday, Feb. 9

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We will be closed on Thursday, February.  No overdue fines will be charged. If you would like to renew your items, visit “My Account” or call us on Friday.  We will be open on Friday at 10 am. You do NOT need to bring back materials and put them in the book drop — the sidewalks won’t be shoveled…the driveway probably won’t […]

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