Consumer Reports Online Now Available

Huntingdon Valley Library has purchased access to Consumer Reports online database. Consumer Reports (CR), formerly Consumers Union (CU), is an American nonprofit consumer organization dedicated to independent product testing, investigative journalism, consumer-oriented research, public education, and consumer advocacy. Consumer Reports is available from any public computer in the library and from home using your Huntingdon Valley Library card to gain access. Use your library and library card […]

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Saving Your Story: Preservation 101 For The Family Historian, Tues., Dec. 13, 7 pm

Learn how to store and protect your family memories. Join Bucks County Historical Society Library and Archives Manager Annie Halliday for a 45 Minute lecture as she explores the best practices for preserving your family heirlooms, such as photographs, documents, scrapbooks, and more! Learn more about how to house fragile and rare items to ensure their survival for generations to […]

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Family Stages Presents Hansel & Gretel, Sat., Dec. 10, 2 pm

Bring the family to this lively, imaginative, two-actor theatrical production of the classic tale, Hansel & Gretel, presented by Family Stages. Saturday, December 102 pm Warning to all hungry witches: “Never underestimate the resourcefulness of young children!” In this Brothers Grimm classic tale of breadcrumbs and bonbons, Hansel and Gretel become lost in the woods. There, they find a magical gingerbread house […]

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Juvenile Non-Fiction Rejuvenation Project

Huntingdon Valley Library is currently in the process of updating the Juvenile Non-Fiction collection. This collection is comprised of factual or informational books where the recommended age range is elementary students. Through this project, the library’s aim is to remove books that have old, outdated information; replace damaged books in poor condition; and add up-to-date books on interesting topics that […]

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Movie Night Under the Stars, Sat., Oct. 15, 7 pm

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Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for an outdoor viewing of The Bad Guys on a giant 25-foot screen! Saturday, October 157 pm The infamous Mr. Piranha, Mr. Snake, Mr. Shark, Ms. Tarantula, and Mr. Wolf find their lives of crime coming to an end as they face imprisonment. Determined to retain their freedom, the criminals band together to boost their public […]

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