May 16 Socrates Cafe

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Join us at 10:30 am in the Friends Learning Lab for our next Socrates Cafe. “Giving Philosophy Back to the People!  Let’s discuss – What is truth?  What is justice? What is moderation ?  This session will be lead by Robert Rubin, an Experienced moderator with discussion groups. What is the Impact Today of 9/11 on American Politics? At 9:11 […]

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LearningExpress

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Learning Express Library LearningExpress Library features online tutorials, practice tests, and e-books to help patrons of all ages. Computer Skills and software tools, Homework help for students, College admission test preparation help, and Career preparation help are just a few of the uses for LearningExpress Library. Video guides are available to help you use the site to get ready for […]

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May Programs for Children and Teens

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May is traditionally when we take some time off to prepare for Summer Reading, which kicks off June 25. The theme this year is “Libraries Rock!” and we will have fun events for children, teens, and adults…just like always! While we wait for that, here are some events for children and teens scheduled for May: Friday, May 4 at 3 […]

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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 6 Tuckers’ Tales Puppet Theater Presents: Peter Rabbit Tales

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 Join us for a special puppet show to celebrate Children’s Book Week! The favorite of children the world over, Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit stories have been loved for generations. Now Tuckers’ Tales Puppet Theatre brings them to life in irresistible style with clever scenery and turn-of-the-century costumes for an unforgettable theater experience. Included are: The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale […]

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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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