Medicare 2021 – Nov. 23


Medicare 2021 Monday, November 23 at 7 pm via Zoom Learn the basics of Medicare, presented by a volunteer from APPRISE. Apprise is a free health insurance counseling program created by the PA Dept. of Aging. Medicare 2021 will help individuals understand: The basics of Medicare What Medicare covers How the various types of health and drug insurance work This presentation is […]

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Job Interview Room Available


The Library has set up the Friends Learning Lab as a quiet space for the community to use to attend digital job interviews. The Interview Area contains everything you need to connect virtually with your interviewer. We provide: Computer Camera Microphone Lighting You may reserve the room free of charge by calling 215-947-5138. Please note: We will be checking temperatures […]

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Apply for a library card online


Here are some e-resources you can access from home with your library card: Libby/Overdrive RB Digital  hoopla Ancestry Mango Languages If you live in Lower Moreland and don’t have a library card, we can issue one virtually! Here is how to apply: Fill out our online library card application Make sure you include your email or phone number so we […]

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Rhythm Babies – Nov. 7

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Join us via Zoom for this lively, interactive music & movement class! Saturday, November 7 11-11:30 am Rhythm Babies is designed to improve young children’s auditory senses, cognitive, and musical skills through singing, rhythm, and creative movement activities. Most importantly, it’s a lot of fun!  Miss Julie learns every child’s name at the beginning of the class and uses their names often to engage children. Her beautiful voice pulls in the class […]

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DIY Teens – LED Keychain Kit & Virtual Meet-Up


Learn how to make your own light-up keychain with this Grab-N-Go Kit and virtual meet-up! Grab-N-Go Kits Teen Grab-N-Go Kits include supplies and instructions for a creative project. This set contains materials to make your own light-up keychain using LED bulbs and felt. Register here to reserve your kit. Supplies are limited and registration is required. For students in grades 6-12.  Once reserved, […]

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Evening Book Club – Nov. 9

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Join us Monday, November 9 at 7 pm for a friendly discussion of Clock Dance, by Anne Tyler. Free and Open to All. Physical copies of the book and audio book are available at the library circulation desk. Digital copies are available on Libby and Overdrive. Please RSVP to receive the Zoom Link  

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Family Trivia Night – Oct. 27

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Family Trivia: Magical Movie Creatures Do you know your Mike Wazowski from your Minions? From The Addams Family and Onward, test your magical movie creature knowledge against other patrons during our live virtual trivia contest! Tuesday, October 27 6:30-7:15 pm Compete as a family or play on your own. All trivia questions will be about characters from family movies (only pulled […]

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Spooky Snacks Tutorial


Creepy crawlies never tasted so good! Join us for our Spooky Snacks video tutorial, whether or not you were able to snag one of our Older Kid Grab-N-Go kits (registration for the kits is now full).  Have fun playing with your food! Watch the video below or on Facebook or YouTube to learn simple instructions for making edible eyeballs and graveyard scenes. Supplies needed: 4 Oreo cookies […]

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Virtual Trivia Night for Teens – Oct. 29


Trivia: Supernatural Creatures in Books & Movies Plus Virtual Costume Contest Vampires and Werewolves and Witches, Oh My! (Plus ghouls, ghosts, goblins, gorgons . . .you get it). Test your knowledge of the most horrifying of supernatural creatures from books and movies during this live virtual event. From Mary Shelley to Stephenie Meyer, Buffy to Eleven, trust this trivia to be truly terrible terrifying. Come in costume […]

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Library Open for Grab and Go Visits

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The Huntingdon Valley Library is open for Grab and Go visits for limited hours during the week. The number of patrons allowed in the building will be limited and we ask that visits be kept to 20 minutes. You will be required to wear a mask while inside the building. If you are unable to wear a mask, please contact the library […]

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