Library Closed Sunday, April 4

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Huntingdon Valley Library will be closed for the spring holiday on Sunday, April 4. We will be back in the building on Monday, April 5 with Contactless Pickup available starting at 10 am. Grab and Go Service on Monday is from 11 am to 6 pm. We hope that you are enjoying safe and happy holidays!

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First Tuesdays talks Graphic Novels, Tue., April 6, 6:30 pm

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This month’s First Tuesday Talks with: Vanessa Nelson, HVL’s Head of Youth Services. “What Good Are Graphic Novels?” We’ll tell you! HVL’s Head of Youth Services Vanessa Nelson will give a short presentation debunking some common preconceptions about graphic novels. She will also discuss the reasons graphic novels are great for reluctant readers (as well as emerging and ESL readers), and […]

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Egg Decorating Kit Eggstravaganza

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Visit the Library and pick up a PAAS egg decorating kit, courtesy of Lower Moreland Township! Pickups begin on Monday, March 22 and will be available until Saturday, April 3 or until supplies last.  No registration necessary! Kits will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Just ask for a kit at the library Circulation Desk during our open hours […]

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Among Us Game Sessions in March

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There are more Impostors Among Us – New game session for 4th & 5th grade! Join in a virtual gathering to play the popular multiplayer game, Among Us. We will meet via Zoom for these live, private game sessions hosted by HVL and our amazing T.A.B. volunteers. ***New*** We are adding a new age group for our Among Us game sessions, and are happy to welcome […]

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Henry Chapman Mercer: A legacy built in concrete- Tuesday, March 23, 7 pm

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Henry Chapman Mercer: A legacy built in concrete. Join us Tuesday, March 23, at 7pm for an hour-long virtual multimedia program about Doylestown’s own Henry Chapman Mercer. Featuring film clips, historic archives and modern-day images, Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle educators bring the stories of Henry Mercer and his concrete castles to life for a new generation of history lovers. […]

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Library Closing at 5 pm Due to Snow & Ice, Monday, Feb. 22

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The library will be close at 5 pm on Monday, February 22 due to road conditions. All virtual programs will continue as planned. Weather permitting, we will reopen on Tuesday, February 23. Please call the library at 215-947-5138 before visiting. In the meantime, don’t forget that you can use your library card to check out ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines via Libby/Overdrive; movies, […]

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Abraham Lincoln Visits Philadelphia Lecture – Tuesday, Feb. 23, 7 pm

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Tuesday, February 23, 7 pm Presented by Michael Jesberger Join historical lecturer, reenactor, and tour guide Michael Jesberger live on Zoom for a presentation on President Lincoln’s time in Philadelphia before, during, and after the American Civil War. Register to receive the Zoom link. Abraham Lincoln first saw Independence Hall during his 1848 visit to Philadelphia. He visited Philadelphia four […]

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