Art with Anita for Teens, Feb. 3, 6:30 pm

Chocolate Chip Cookie Painting Using watercolor, colored pencil, and a white gel pen, participants will learn how to create a realistic chocolate chip cookie painting. Zoom Workshop: Thursday, February 3 at 6:30 pmSupply kits for this project will be available for pickup starting Monday, January 24. Zoom details will be emailed on the day of the program. When registering, please […]

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Family Trivia Night: Winter Sports, Wed., Jan. 26, 6:30 pm

Get ready for the Winter Olympics with us! Test your knowledge of winter sports against other patrons during our live virtual trivia contest! Compete as a family or play on your own. Questions will be about the Winter Olympics and winter sports in general. (Tip: Having a multi-generational team can often be an advantage!) Wednesday, January 266:30 pm Fun for […]

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Winter Storytimes

Join us for Storytime in our Community Room. Each week, there will be a new theme with stories, songs, and movement activities to encourage pre-reading skills. Winter SessionWeekly10:30 amJanuary 18, 25, 31; February 8, 15, 22; March 1(Please note: Most Winter Storytimes are on Tuesday mornings, except for January 31, which is a Monday.) Recommended for preschoolers and toddlers with […]

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A Pint with a Poetess, Tues., Feb. 8, 7 pm

Virtual event with The Library Company of Philadelphia. Before Amanda Gorman, or Maya Angelou or Toni Morrison there was Phillis Wheatley – an enslaved colonial poet who wrote her way to freedom. Hear Wheatley’s remarkable story, while mixing up a wintery riff on a classic cocktail : The Poet’s Dream. Hosted by storyteller and mixologist Jacey Powers of Feminist Cocktail Hour. […]

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Winter Chess Events for Grades 1-5

We have multiple ways for elementary students to enjoy chess at the library this winter! Join us for a 2-week beginner course, 4-week intermediate course, and/or chess club game play, all facilitated by one of our high school volunteers. All chess events are open to students in grades 1-5. Registration and masks are required. Beginner Chess Class2-week course, must be […]

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Genealogical and Historical Research Tips and Stories, Thurs., Jan. 27, 7 pm.

Join us for a lecture and examples of how you can conduct genealogical and historical research using the Historical Society of Pennsylvania’s vast resources. Library Director Dr. Lee Arnold will present via Zoom. Dr. Arnold has been with the HSP since 1992 and has lectured extensively on genealogical topics throughout the Pennsylvania Region. Please RSVP for the link. This program […]

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