New eTitles Added to OverDrive

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For your reading and listening enjoyment, we have added new titles to the Montgomery County Library District Digital Collection (also known as OverDrive).  Huntingdon Valley Library card holders have “Advantage” access to all of the titles we add to the collection, including the newest book by Lisa Scottline, After Anna, and Kristin Hannah’s book The Great Alone as an ebook […]

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May 2018 Calendar

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Hot off the Presses – our May 2018 Calendar of Events!  Download the May 2018 calendar today. First, the Library staff will receive the second part of their (rescheduled due to snow) in-service training on Autism Awareness the morning of Tuesday, May 15 (Election Day).  We will open for business at 1 pm. Featuring Tuckers’ Tale Puppet Theater Presents Peter […]

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May 17 Writer’s Panel

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Interested in getting your writing published?  You can hear how it’s done first-hand from Larry Atkins, author of Skewed: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to Media Bias; Dina Leacock, author and publisher of fiction and short stories; and Cathy T. Colborn, teacher and steampunk author. Thursday, May 17 7 pm Friends Learning Lab Please RSVP, so we know how many to […]

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Apr 18 Socrates Cafe BACK!

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Socrates Café Wednesday, April 18, 2018 10:30 am in the Friends Learning Lab All political, economic and social points of view are welcomed and encouraged.  The only ground rule is that we will be polite to those opinions that differ from our own. Giving Philosophy Back to the People!  Let’s discuss: What is truth?  What is justice? What is moderation? […]

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Apr 20 Poetry and Music Cabaret

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5th Annual Poetry and Music Cabaret Friday, April 20 at 6:30 pm for National Poetry Month. Hosted and featuring poet, Lynn Levin Join us for a special ‘after hours’ event in Anna’s Corner! The Cabaret is an open mic event for poetry readings and acoustic music performances. Limit of 3 minutes per performer, per round. A few images from the […]

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Weekly Newsletters

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Interested in knowing what’s happening at the Library, but don’t want to receive a weekly email?  You can see ALL of our newsletters and Board Meeting Minutes in our archive at: About HVL > Board of Trustees > Minutes and Newsletter Archive You can also sign up for the newsletter! Just fill out this form: Sign Up for Our Newsletter […]

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April Poetry and Humor with Lynn Levin

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Poetry and Humor with Lynn Levin An annual poetry appreciation series held in celebration of National Poetry Month. Read and discuss classic and contemporary humorous poems. Facilitated by Lynn Levin who teaches at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel and is the author of the poetry collection Miss Plastique. Join us for the 5th Annual Poetry and Music Cabaret on […]

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April Friday Movies at 11 am

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Join us Fridays at 11 am in the Community Room for the following movies. Free and Open to all. April  6  Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William […]

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Apr. 23 Surviving the College Application Process: A Parent Workshop

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Calling all high school parents! Want to learn how to help your high school student through the college application process? Award-winning writer Linda George will help alleviate stress by teaching you how to apply proven writing strategies for resumes and personal essays that will impress college admissions representatives. Monday, April 23 6:30-8 pm Registration is required – Sign Up Today! […]

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