Celebrate National Library Week – April 7-13

National Library Week is an annual celebration highlighting the valuable role libraries, librarians, and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening our communities. “Ready, Set, Library!,” promotes the idea that in our always-online world, libraries give us a green light to something truly special: a place to connect with others, learn new skills, and focus on what matters most. […]

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The Battle of Crooked Billet, Thurs., April 18, 7 pm

Learn about the local Battle of Crooked Billet, the last and largest skirmish of the winter campaign of the Pennsylvania militia. Presenter Denis Cooke will share the story of the event, information about General John Lacey’s militia assignment, the aftermath of this surprise attack, and a bit of history about Lacey’s life post-battle.  Thursday, April 18, 7 pm Presenter Denis J. Cooke, […]

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Adult Social Group: Ask a Financial Planner, Thurs., April 23, 7 pm

Get to know your neighbors while learning something new. Adult Social Group brings folks from the local community together for enrichment and social connection. Thursday, April 23, 7 pmHeld in the Community Room. This month, participants will get a personal finance crash course and Q&A session with a professional wealth planner. The first half of this program will consist of a […]

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Intro to Genealogy: MyHeritage, Thurs., April 4, 2 pm

Begin your family history research with MyHeritage, a new, free resource available to you with your library card. MyHeritage Library Edition is one of the largest, most internationally diverse genealogy databases of its kind. This database contains more than 19.5 billion historical records from all over the world and features fast and easy searching across different languages. During this program you will learn how to take […]

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Solar Eclipse Essentials, Wed., April 3, 7 pm

Did you know that, after April 8, Pennsylvania won’t experience another total solar eclipse until the year 2144? If you didn’t, join us for this educational presentation to break down the mystery of solar eclipses and prepare to experience the one happening on April 8. Learn why and how solar eclipses occur, discover the differences between solar and lunar eclipses, […]

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Adult Social Group: Effective Management of Dizziness and Balance, Tues., March 26, 7 pm

Get to know your neighbors while learning something new. This Adult Social Group brings folks from the local community together for enrichment and social connection. Tuesday, March 26, 7 pmHeld in the Community Room. This month, Margaret Fitzpatrick PT, DPT, OCS, and owner of Willow Grove Physical Therapy will discuss the most common forms of vertigo and medication-free treatments proven […]

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POSTPONED to 4/2- Determined Spirit: The Story of Amelia Earhart

Experience Amelia Earhart’s spirit of adventure and purpose during this live performance. The audience will learn about events from this American icon’s life from childhood through her final flight and hear Amelia Earhart’s encouraging message for women of her time and today. Thursday, March 217 pm UPDATE 3/21/24 at 11 am – This program has been POSTPONED to April 2 […]

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