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Sep 212020

Thursdays, October 8 to October 29. 7PM to 7:45PM

Join yoga home and Conshohocken Free Library for these great classes, made possible through a donation from ASTM International.

Recommended ages 12-16. Students will practice movement to enhance flexibility, coordination, and more! We will also focus on breathing techniques and relaxation each class. Yoga taps into both the mind and body and allows us to act in a way that honors the best version of who we are. Yoga can build self-confidence, connect you with your community and relieve stress.

The instructor, Jennifer McCracken, brings her expertise as an educator, yoga and fitness enthusiast to her teaching.

Please register HERE.

Sep 212020

Wednesdays, October 7 through October 28. 10AM to 10:30AM

Join yoga home and Conshohocken Free Library for these great classes, made possible through a donation from ASTM International.

Even our littlest yogis find the physical, mental and emotional benefits of a yoga practice! From stretching and strengthening immune systems to creating great sense of calm to boosting confidence, yoga can support your little one their development. Using age appropriate games and storytelling, this class will give your child tools to help regulate their nervous systems in these uncertain times.

The instructor, Allison Gold Russell, brings her Next Generation Kids Yoga training, parenting experience and joy of teaching to her classes. Little Yogis is designed for children walking to pre-k.

Please register HERE.

Sep 042020

Conshohocken Free Library welcomes Rebecca, the Environmental Educator from Norristown Farm Park, for nature programs over Zoom. She’s going to give us some great tips to inspire us to get outside!

Friday, Sept. 25, at 4:30PM: Skulls, Skins & Skeletons.
Discover skulls, skins, and skeletons of different types of animals. View real animal artifacts and learn ways to ID each skull. Aimed at ages 5-12.  Register HERE.

Friday, Oct. 23, at 4:30PM: Pennsylvania’s Owls.
Going out for a walk?  It’s the perfect time of year to be looking for Pennsylvania’s owls while outside.  In this program, Rebecca will about the eight species of Owls that call Pennsylvania home. View real animal artifacts and learn each owl’s coloring and call.  Aimed at ages 5-12.  Register HERE.

Sep 042020

Tuesday evenings from September 22 to October 27, at 7PM.

Sign up for one session or for all sessions in your age group. Any supplies needed and the Zoom invitation will be shared a few days before the program. Please contact the library at 610-825-1656 or with any questions.

Go HERE to register.  Limited class size.

Schedule of classes:

  • September 22: Design your own mandala, Grades K-4
  • September 29: Woven Wallhangings, Grades 5-8
  • October 6: Cardboard Cubism, Grades K-4
  • October 13:  Positive/ Negative Trees, Grades 5-8
  • October 20: Bubbles & Doodles, Grades K-4
  • October 27: Bind Your Thoughts, Grades 5-8

This series of classes was made possible by a donation from ASTM International.

Aug 182020

We are very excited to welcome you back to the Conshohocken Free Library!  Currently, we are offering limited open hours for browsing and checking out materials.

Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday – 10AM to 1PM

Monday – 3 to 6:30PM
Tuesday through Friday – 2 to 4PM
Saturday – 11AM to 1:30PM

  1. Limited Number of patrons inside the library at any given time.  Only 8 patrons can be in the library at a time.  Please keep your visit short: 30 minutes or less. If people are waiting for a turn to come in the library, we may ask you to wrap up your visit.
  2. Masks are required.  We ask everyone over the age of 2 to wear a mask when entering the library.  Please wear the mask over both your nose and mouth and keep it on throughout your visit.  Library staff will be wearing masks as well.  If you forget a mask, we can offer you a disposable paper mask.  If you are unable to wear a mask, please consider taking advantage of our porch pick up service—we are committed to helping our patrons get access to library materials in the safest manner possible.
  3. Hand sanitizer will be available at the library for patron and staff use.  Please use hand sanitizer upon entering the building, and again as often as needed.
  4. Please follow social distancing guidelines while in the library.  Our entire collection will be available for patrons to browse while in the library, but please do so in a careful manner.  Our passageways between shelves are small and should only be visited by one patron at a time. If library staff ask you to wait until an area is clear, please cooperate.
  5. Keeping the library clean.  The library will be visited by cleaning staff two times per week.  In addition, library staff will wipe down frequently touched surfaces at least once per day (e.g.: doorknobs, photocopier and elevator buttons, checkout counters).  However, we cannot clean everything between each patron.  Please protect yourself and help us keep these public spaces clean by washing your hands thoroughly and using hand sanitizer.
  6. Use of Public Computers.  These will be available for public use by appointment only for 45-minute periods.  Please call the library to make your appointment.  Generally, priority will be given to patrons who have not had a prior chance to use a computer in any given week.  Workstations, including keyboard covers, will be wiped down between patron appointments.
  7. Use of Bathrooms.  The bathrooms will be available for patron use.  Staff will wipe these spaces down at least once a day, but we cannot clean them between each patron. Please wash your hands thoroughly and take advantage of our hand sanitizer after using the bathroom.
  8. Returning materials. We prefer materials to be returned via our outside book return box, which always will be open for returns.  Returns will be quarantined for at least 48 hours before being checked in.  We will waive any fines that might accrue during the quarantine period.

We can’t wait to see you at the library!

Aug 182020

Saturday, Sept. 26 at 11AM.

We are kicking off a new book discussion group this month, with The Lost Man, by Jane Harper.  All are welcome! Please contact the library if you would like to borrow the book.  Sign up to receive an invitation to join us for the Zoom discussion by calling the library or emailing the branch manager at