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Jamie Albrecht

Jul 222022
 

 

 

 

Looking for something to do with family or visiting friends? Check out a museum pass from the library!These select passes are for popular local attractions. Each pass can be borrowed for 3 days, allows you to bring multiple people along with you, and may even give you discounted purchases at the venue. You cannot place holds on these passes.

Please contact the circulation department for more information and to check the current availability of passes.

Museum passes are provided through the generosity of the Friends of Montgomery District Library Center.

Currently, we have the following passes available to borrow from our circulation desk:

  • Elmwood Park Zoo (admits up to 2 adults and 6 children)
  • John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove (admits up to 2 adults and 4 children)
  • Woodmere Art Museum (admits up to 2 adults and 4 children).
Feb 182022
 

 

 

 

We now have mobile printing!  You can send documents to our library’s printer from anywhere and  then come to the library to pick-up and pay for your documents.

See the Printing page for more information.

Dec 012020
 

Join us at the Conshohocken Free Library on Tuesdays at 10:30am for story times! Tuesdays are for babies until the age of two. Story times are organized around a theme and often feature engaging activities and crafts.  After story time, join us for 3o minutes of Stay & Play to network with caregivers while little ones engage in play with age appropriate toys!

Nov 122020
 

What a great way to get your child ready for Kindergarten, and for a lifetime of enjoying books!  If you read just one book a day with your child, that’s 365 books in a year.  Before you and your child know it, you’ll have 1,000 books read.  

Conshohocken Free Library and MCNPL have a program designed to help for families with kids up to age 5 (or Kindergarten age) keep track of their reading.  Register for the challenge at http://mcnpl.beanstack.org, and then log your books.  This is the same platform we used for the Summer Reading Program online this year, and it’s really easy to use.  You can log your reading on a computer or through the app on a mobile device. And YES, repeat reads count!  

 
Your child will reach milestones when you read 1 book, 25 books, 100 books, 250 books, 500 books, and 1,000 books.  Once you reach each milestone, come visit us at the Conshohocken Free Library for a special reward.  Conshy Kids who read the most books will have their names featured on a Wall of Fame at the library!  
 
We already have a few names for our wall–will the next one be YOURS?

Join the challenge at http://mcnpl.beanstack.org!

May 072018
 

Here at the Conshohocken Free Library we are working towards earning all three PA Forward Stars, and providing our community with the best possible service that we can! By participating in the Pennsylvania Library Association’s PA Forward Star program, we are ensuring that our programming is well rounded and promoting the five literacies within our community.

From the Pennsylvania Library Association:

Imagine a future where all Pennsylvania public, special, academic and school libraries unite in a shared vision of helping residents succeed as citizens, parents, students, employers, employees and consumers. This is the goal of The Pennsylvania Library Association’s PA Forward initiative.

PA Forward was conceived to give voice to what the library community already knows: With the right support, libraries are ideally positioned to become the community centers of information, technology and learning that will fuel educational and economic opportunity for all of our citizens.

Your library is already participating in this initiative. By offering programs and services such as Story Time, technology workshops, information literacy classes and more, you are promoting the five literacies that are the backbone of PA Forward: Basic Literacy, Information Literacy, Civic and Social Literacy, Health Literacy and Financial Literacy.