Fun in the Philly Area, Tues., Jun 15, 7 pm

There is No Place Like Home: Fun in the Philly Area. Now that we’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, Irene Levy Baker, author of “100 Things To Do In Philadelphia” and “Unique Eats & Eateries of Philadelphia,” will tell you about all the fun things to do in our region. As you emerge back […]

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50th Gettysburg Reunion, Mon., Jun. 28, 7 pm

The 1913 Gettysburg reunion was a Gettysburg Battlefield encampment of American Civil War veterans honoring the 50th anniversary of the famous battle. The June 29–July 4 gathering of 53,407 veterans was the largest ever Civil War veteran reunion. The lecture will discuss the planning, logistics and personal stories from the event including original photos. Join historical reenactor, lecturer, and tour guide Michael […]

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Library Closed Memorial Day Weekend

The Library will be closed in observance of Memorial Day: Saturday, May 29 Sunday, May 30 Monday, May 31 We will reopen on Tuesday, June 1. Contactless Pick-up service begins at 10 am. The building will be open for Grab and Go Service from 11 am to 6 pm. Community Safety is our top priority. For the safety of our children, […]

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Medicare 101, Tues., May 25, 7 pm

Medicare 101 Tuesday, May 25 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. This presentation is intended mainly for persons who are new to Medicare or are approaching Medicare eligibility. Medicare 2021 will help individuals understand: The basics […]

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500 Miles up the Nile, Tues., May 11, 7 pm

500 Miles up the Nile: A journey inside modern ancient Egypt. Tuesday, May 11, at 7 pm. Join Stephen Phillips, Ph.D., from the Penn Museum, and learn about visiting Egypt. Dr. Steve will take us to the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx, the Step Pyramid at Saqqara, and the open-air museum located in ancient Egypt’s northern capital, Memphis. Register for the […]

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Birds and Birding with Longwood Gardens, Tues., May 4, 6:30 pm

Birds and Birding with Longwood Gardens. Join Community Read authors Drew Lanham (The Home Place) and Mya Thompson (Cornell Lab of Ornithology), alongside John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge Park Ranger, Wingyi Kung, as they discuss their lifelong love of birds and nature. This is a community event!  RSVP with the link below. https://longwoodgardens-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/2516141787669/WN_HRnkXV23RfCdsD6F8Irrbw This program is run by Longwood Gardens. […]

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Art with Anita, Thurs., May 20, 7 pm

Art with Anita Adult Art Class (Ages 16 +) Join Anita in a step-by-step guided class to create your own spring Landscape watercolor. RSVP to reserve your spot. Kits are $5 and include: Watercolor paper, watercolor set with brush, and a flat brush. You will need to supply a pencil with eraser, paper plate, plastic cup, and paper towels. Kits […]

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

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

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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