Dec. Computer Help Desk and Word Class


In December, we are debuting new Computer Classes with Marilyn! Computer Help Desk in the Friends Learning Lab: Monday, Dec. 5 at Noon Monday, Dec. 19 at Noon No appointment necessary, just bring your questions! Microsoft Word Beginner Class in the Friends Learning Lab: Wednesday, December 14 at 1 pm Register online today, class size is limited In this class, […]

» Read more

Dec. 14 Socrates Cafe: Sanctuary Cities


Library Socrates Cafe Join us with facilitator Robert Rubin, former Library Board President and seasoned discussion leader, for our new Socrates Cafe program. Bob wants to help us give philosophy back to the people with discussions about truth, justice, and moderation. All political, economic and social points of view are welcomed and encouraged.  The only ground rule is that we […]

» Read more

A Story in Your Pocket


A Story in Your Pocket In recent years, audiotapes have become very popular. For those tired of the zombies on TV, or for those with visual problems, this alternative is perfect. Audiobooks from our library’s interesting selection are available to check out for three weeks. Many of the bestsellers are simultaneously released in book and audio format. Although James Patterson […]

» Read more

Dec. 1 Teen Reading Lounge Poetry Pizza Party

Teen Reading Lounge

Join us for the final Teen Reading Lounge Poetry Pizza Party on Thursday, December 1 at 6:30 pm! Poet and educator Lynn Levin leads this NO STRESS discussion group for Teens in grades 6-8. We will read works by popular and up-and-coming poets and learn how to write fun, unique poems while enjoying free pizza and good company! Registration is requested – Sign Up Today! First 4 Teens to register (and […]

» Read more

Your Library is Moving Forward – 2016 ARCHITECT Appeal

Huntingdon Valley Library Annual Appeal for 2016 Our mission is to provide a vibrant, welcoming environment where everyone will engage, explore and enjoy. Your Library is Moving Forward Thank you for helping us move forward. Your financial support helps us maintain this beautiful building and provide outstanding materials for you to borrow and quality programs for you and your family […]

» Read more

Library Yoga

Drop-in Yoga classes at the Library with Theresa Landolfi in the beautiful and relaxing Community Room. Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am $7 per class. Bring a yoga mat. Wear comfortable clothes. All levels welcome. Ages 10 and up. Full 1-hour beginner Hatha yoga class. “Yoga teaches us to cure what needs not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” […]

» Read more

1000 Books Before Kindergarten Challenge


What is 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten? The 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Program is a national initiative to promote early literacy skills for children from birth to age five.  The Program provides caregivers with the resources to create a positive and nurturing experience by reading to children regularly. It is an exciting way to celebrate reading 1,000 books before Kindergarten, a […]

» Read more

Student? High School Resources

Power library icon

High School Student Research Added to POWER Library E-Resources The list of e-resources available in POWER Library now includes High School Student Research. This is a research database that searches the 10 online resources for the information you need for projects, research, and your own curiosity, including: Academic Search Main Edition MasterFile Main Edition Business Source Main Edition Middle Search […]

» Read more
1 47 48 49 50