Board Fundraisers Survey

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  The Board of Trustees would like your ideas, thoughts, and suggestions about our past and future fundraisers and events.  Please take a few minutes and complete this short, 10-question survey. Your input provides us with valuable information about the kinds of events you might find interesting and worth attending. In the recent past, we have hosted author brunches with […]

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Young Authors Gala

In the 3 years I have been at this library, I have watched the Write & Illustrate program grow exponentially in writing submissions, total number of authors and participating schools. For the 23rd Annual Write & Illustrate contest in 2013, we had 57 authors participate from 4 different area schools. 2014 was the first year we tried out new categories […]

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December 2016 Events

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Between the many holidays, parties, gatherings, and events filling your calendar this December, make room for a few of these great events at the Library! Events for Children, Teens, and Families: Dec. 15 at 4:15 – Library LEGO Club. Register. Dec. 17 at 10:30 am – Saturday Storytime! Dec. 26 – 30 from 1-3 pm – Crafternoons! “Join us every […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Your Library is Moving Forward – 2016 ARCHITECT Appeal

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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 […]

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