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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Holiday Hours

The Library will be closed on the following days: Friday, December 24 Saturday, December 25 Friday, December 31 for New Year’s Eve Saturday, January 1 for New Year’s Day Consider checking out an ebook from Libby (OverDrive), watching a movie on hoopla, reading the Philadelphia Inquirer online, or browsing a magazine through Libby or Hoopla! More details here! We wish […]

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Friends Flea Market Fundraiser, Sat., Sept 25, 8 am

Friends of Huntingdon Valley Library are having a Flea Market Fundraiser! Saturday, September 25 from 8 am to 1 pm. Vendors Wanted. INFORMATION & APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS DATE:  Saturday, September 25 RAIN DATE:  Sunday, September 26 TIME:  8 am – 1 pm SET-UP:  7 am LOCATION:  Huntingdon Valley Library, Upper Parking Lot                       625 Red Lion Road                       Huntingdon Valley, PA […]

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Million Minute Challenge – Help Us with Our Community Reading Goal!

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Participate in this year’s Summer Learning Program (through August 1) and join our Million Minute Challenge! We have set a community goal of reading one million minutes during the 6-week program. It’s an ambitious goal and we only made it to 273,337 minutes last summer, BUT if we invite more friends to participate, we can beat our number from last year. Can we make […]

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Summer Learning Program, Jun. 21-Aug. 1

Our Summer Learning Program begins on Monday, June 21 and runs for six weeks, through Sunday, August 1. This summer’s theme, Tails and Tales, celebrates animals. Teaser Video Check out a teaser for our Summer Learning Program, created with help from our Teen Advisory Board! Program Details Who can participate? Everyone! We will have challenges for four different age groups. Emerging […]

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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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