Using your Smartphone to be Disaster-Ready, Thurs., May 6, 1 pm.

911 phone

Using your Smartphone to become Disaster-Ready. Presented by Rich Worthington,  Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator, Lower Moreland Township. Program will begin immediately after the Friends Business Meeting. All are welcome. Topics include: ReadyMontco: Receive emergency alerts on your phone. PulsePoint: Building informed communities. Smart911: Share you family’s emergency information with first responders. Text-to-911: How it works, how to use it, how […]

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Kid Kits – Oil Spill Clean-Up Activity


Celebrate Earth Day with this STEM kit! The kit will include supplies for an oil spill clean-up experiment, as well as some accompanying educational information. Kid Kits include supplies and instructions for an at-home project. Supplies are limited and registration is required. Sign Up Today! – Update 4/7 – Registration is Full. Recommended for students in grades K-5. Younger children may need […]

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Family Trivia Night: Food, Wed., April 14, 6:30 pm

salad variety

Who doesn’t love food? But how much do you know about it? Find out and test your knowledge. Wednesday, April 14 6:30-7:15 pm Compete against other patrons during our live virtual trivia contest! Play as a family or on your own. For patrons of all ages. Registration is required – Sign Up Today! You will need two different devices (or separate screens/browser windows) to participate. Questions […]

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Women’s History Month – Picture Book Biography Recommendations

Women's History Month

Celebrate Women’s History Month with these Picture Book Biographies featuring the true stories of inspiring women.  Find these books in the library or place them on hold via the links to our catalog. Before She Was Harriet : The Story of Harriet Tubman – Lesa Cline-Ransome Counting on Katherine – Helaine Becker Frida Kahlo and Her Animalitos – Monica Brown The Girl with a Mind for Math: The […]

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A Visit with Louisa May Alcott, Wed., April 21, 7 pm.

Jan as Louisa

Join us for a captivating living history experience with Jan Turnquist, Executive Director of Orchard House, the Alcott family home in Concord, MA. After a brief tour of Orchard house, the author of Little Women brings us behind the scenes stories from her life: family friendships with Thoreau and Emerson, her unconventional upbringing in poverty, and the family love that […]

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Kid Kits – Clothespin Crafts

Image by L Gould from Pixabay

Use this Kid Kit to create some simple crafts out of clothespins. Make a dragonfly, minion, or both! Kid Kits include supplies and instructions for an at-home project. Supplies are limited and registration is required. Sign Up Today! Recommended for preschoolers to second graders. Younger children may need assistance. Kit contains small parts and is not recommended for children under 3 years of age. Reserved […]

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Alliance Reading Circle for Teens – April 8


This new group for teens meets regularly to share resources, personal experiences, and books to help equip each of us to be a better ally, an active anti-racist, and an agent for social equity. New topics will be covered each month, guided by student needs and requests. All youth in grades 6-12 are welcome to attend. We encourage participation from students […]

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Library Open for Grab and Go Hours


Effective Monday, March 15, 2021, the library is open for Grab and Go Hours. You may enter the building to browse or to pickup your holds. Please limit time in the building to 20 minutes. Public Computers are available on a first come first serve basis. Limit one 30 minute session per day. Masks and Social Distancing Required. If you […]

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