Dec. 14 Socrates Cafe: Sanctuary Cities


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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A Story in Your Pocket


A Story in Your Pocket In recent years, audiotapes have become very popular. For those tired of the zombies on TV, or for those with visual problems, this alternative is perfect. Audiobooks from our library’s interesting selection are available to check out for three weeks. Many of the bestsellers are simultaneously released in book and audio format. Although James Patterson […]

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Jan. 26 Bust Winter Blues with Essential Oils!

Bust Winter Blues with Essential Oils! A Do It Yourself Workshop. Create your own essential oil blend to take home with you. Thursday, January 26 at 7 pm Please RSVP Materials fee of $7 will be collected at workshop.  The fee is $5 for Lower Moreland Township Residents – please present your Huntingdon Valley Library Card at the workshop. Save […]

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November Calendar of Events

It’s here!  The November 2016 Calendar (.pdf) is ready and includes some great programs including The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Contemporary Craft Show Road Show on Nov. 3 and a Wizard of Oz performance by Family Stages for families on November 12. Remember – you can RSVP for most of our events online or call 215-947-5138 to have us sign you […]

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Nov. 15 Posture and Movement


Posture and Movement: Living Without Pain and Keeping Disease Away with Remi Lai, D.O. Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30 pm | Friends Learning Lab Posture and Movement: Living Without Pain & Keeping Disease Away with Remi Lai, D.O. Tuesday, November 15 at 6:30 pm | Friends Learning Lab Living Without Pain & Keeping Disease Away What Osteopathy Can Teach Us […]

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Nov. 26 Tesla Talk with Syd

Tesla Talk with Syd Removing the “FUD” from the Electric Car There is a great deal of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) in much of the information released about modern electric cars.  In this talk Syd will address a brief history of the transition from electric to gas and now again from gas to electric automobiles.  He will cover the […]

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Nov. 13 Paint Poppies with Kathleen

Join our own resident artist Kathleen in the next Painting with Kathleen on Sunday, November 13 at Noon in the Community Room. Create your own work of art with step-by-step instruction from Kathleen.  Poppies are the theme this time! All supplies included for a suggested donation of $15 due by Nov. 1. Class if full. Add your name to the […]

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Library Yoga

Drop-in Yoga classes at the Library with Theresa Landolfi in the beautiful and relaxing Community Room. Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am $7 per class. Bring a yoga mat. Wear comfortable clothes. All levels welcome. Ages 10 and up. Full 1-hour beginner Hatha yoga class. “Yoga teaches us to cure what needs not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” […]

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