Contactless Pick-Up Now Available

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Contactless Pick-Up Now Available Starting Monday, June 15th, the Huntingdon Valley Library will offer Contactless Pick-Up Services. The building will not be open to the public. As a result, we cannot offer copying, faxing, or computer services at this time. You may request materials by logging in to your account in the catalog, calling 215-947-5138 or emailing hvl.circ@gmail.com. For instructions […]

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Resources for Tough Topics

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Tough Topics At Huntingdon Valley Library, we know that our country is facing many difficult, sensitive situations, especially right now. We want to help. Our goal is to provide information and support for our patrons who want to educate themselves on issues including race, sexual orientation, gender identity, mental health, domestic violence, and especially ways for patrons in need to seek help. Everyone […]

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Virtual Painting with Kathleen

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Online Painting with Kathleen! Do you love our Painting with Kathleen events? Good news! Miss Kathleen is making detailed “Painting with Kathleen” YouTube videos for all ages to follow along at home! She’ll tell you all the materials you need and walk you step-by-step through creating a beautiful painting from the comfort of your own home. Happy painting!   Follow along to paint a […]

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New Database: Exploring Issues

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Exploring Issues Available Through June 30 Exploring Issues is giving our patrons free access to their database through June 30. Exploring Issues is an online database that provides clear and accurate information on difficult and hot-button issues.     They offer non-biased, straight-forward information for discussion on issues that can be difficult to talk about. It’s a great resource for students, teachers, or any curious mind to […]

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Employment Opportunity: Library Director

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Library Director Enjoy working with a fun and dedicated staff? Love the challenge of strengthening coalitions and raising support for a common goal? Are you forward-thinking, with an eye to the future of public libraries and how they need to adapt to meet our community’s ever-changing needs? If you answered yes, then the Huntingdon Valley Library (www.hvlibrary.org) wants to meet […]

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Unlimited Access to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Through Libby

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  Libby by Overdrive, in collaboration with Pottermore Publishing, is offering unlimited access to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone through the month of April! Get it through Libby or Overdrive apps’ digital collection as an ebook AND audiobook in every available language! Written by J.K. Rowling, read by Jim Dale. Take a leap into the magical world of Harry […]

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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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Power Library – More Online Resources

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Power Library! Still bored? Check out Power Library, Pennsylvania’s electronic library. If you do not have a library card you can apply for an eCard here, to access Power Library e-resources. Students can use it to locate reliable sources through PowerTeens such as articles, eBooks, poetry, newspapers, photographs, and more!  There are hundreds of educational and FUN videos and websites for children to keep little […]

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