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Sep 212023




Local Author Visit and Book Signing with M.P. Kidd will take place on on lawn on Saturday, October 7 as part of the Fall in to Conshy sidewalk festival.  

From M.P. Kidd’s website:

M.P. Kidd is the author of the Science Fiction epic, They’re Not Here to Save Us due out this Fall.

A lifelong scifi/fantasy fan, M.P. tells a fantastical story about survival, monsters, and choosing one’s own destiny.

He draws inspiration from Alan Moore, Brian K. Vaughan, and Orson Scott Card. He is a featured writer in the Philadelphia area, contributing to tech and music websites.

He is an avid fan of Australian hip hop and has an impressive comic book collection.

When M.P. is not writing fiction, he is taking in a Phillies game with his fiance, Tori or walking his dog, Lady.

Sep 212023




October Program Registration Links

PLEASE READ: We require registration for certain programs to ensure a safe and quality experience in our library.  Please follow registration guidelines on the form.  Contact the library with any questions by phone at 610-825-1656 or email  Registration is for one event/program date.  Recuring programs require registration weekly.  Registration typically opens a week before the event/program date and closes a day before the program or once maximum attendees is reached.

All programs that require registration in October have form links listed below:


Babies in the Library with Miss Kate – Tuesdays in October at 10:30m – Register Here


Toddler Time: Fairy Tales & Classical Music – Thursday, October 5 at 10:30am – Register Here


Toddler Time: Carnival of Animals (Rescheduled) Thursday, October 12 at 10:30am – Register Here


Toddler Time with Cousin John  – Thursday, October 19 at 10:30am – Register Here


Toddler Time: Halloween & Classical Music – Thursday, October 26 at 10:30am – Register Here


Lego+ After School Club- Beginning Tuesday, October 24 at 3:45pm – Register Here


Pumpkin Patch Pageant- Monday, October 23 at 5:30pm-Register Here


Toddler Time with Miss Kate- Starting Thursday, October 26 at 10:30am- Register Here




Sep 202023





Join us virtually on Zoom for Conshohocken Free Library’s Mystery Book Club on October 26 at 7pm. Email to join! Check back to this event page for notification when books are available to check out from the circulation desk.
About the book:
A Black sheriff. A serial killer. A small town ready to combust.
Titus Crown is the first Black sheriff in the history of Charon County, Virginia. In recent decades, quiet Charon has had only two murders. But after years of working as an FBI agent, Titus knows better than anyone that while his hometown might seem like a land of moonshine, cornbread, and honeysuckle, secrets always fester under the surface.
Then a year to the day after Titus’s election, a school teacher is killed by a former student and the student is fatally shot by Titus’s deputies. As Titus investigates the shootings, he unearths terrible crimes and a serial killer who has been hiding in plain sight, haunting the dirt lanes and woodland clearings of Charon.
With the killer’s possible connections to a local church and the town’s harrowing history weighing on him, Titus projects confidence about closing the case while concealing a painful secret from his own past. At the same time, he also has to contend with a far-right group that wants to hold a parade in celebration of the town’s Confederate history.
Charon is Titus’s home and his heart. But where faith and violence meet, there will be a reckoning.
  • Powerful and unforgettable, All the Sinners Bleed confirms S. A. Cosby as “one of the most muscular, distinctive, grab-you-by-both-ears voices in American crime fiction” (The Washington Post).
  • “Fresh and exhilarating. . . Cosby keeps his eye on the story and the pedal to the metal.” —Stephen King, TheNew York Times Book Review
  • The new novel from New York Times bestselling and Los Angeles Times Book Prize-winning author S. A. Cosby, “one of the most muscular, distinctive, grab-you-by-both-ears voices in American crime fiction.” —Washington Post.
  • “An atmospheric pressure cooker.” —People
Sep 192023




Join us in the Community Room for our October Book Club Meeting. We’ll discuss Alice Feeney’s “Daisy Darker” on Thursday, October 18 at 6:30pm. We’ll also create a reading inspired playlist for fun! Copies are available to check out from the circulation desk now. See you at book club!
Sep 192023




Kids Look Listen Create returns to our community room to bring classical music to our Toddler Time on Thursday, October 26 at 10:30am. Program is for ages 3-5 and registration is required.

Music appreciation class with games and craft

Additional Info about the class:

The class consists of 2 parts. During the first part of the class, children will pretend being different Halloween characters, listen to classical music, and play games.

In a second part of the class, we will make a Halloween craft.

The class consists of 2 parts. In the first part of the class, we will remember what fairy tales children are familiar with. I will introduce some of common fairy tales’ characters, like princess, knight, dragon, and fairy. Children will listen to famous classical music pieces, pretend being different characters, and move with music. We will also play a musical game.  In a second part of the class, we will make a craft inspired by fairy tales and materials.
Registration will open in October.  Please only complete on registration form per family/household attending.  Commit to coming to the program as space is limited.  If your plans change, please notify the library by email at or calling 610-825-1656.

Registration Link



Sep 182023




Medicare Information Session


Are you ready for Medicare Open Enrollment? Join our information session on Monday, October 30 at 6pm. Join Marie L. Strasser an
Independent Health, Medicare Advantage and Supplements Insurance Advisor for information on how to enroll and the different plans available. Whether you are new to Medicare or just want to make sure you are getting the most out of your plan, there is information you can use!  Information takes place in the community room.  NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Sep 182023




Join us in the Community Room at 10:30 for a special Toddler Time with local author John Butler, also known as Cousin John. This program is aimed at ages 3-5. Registration is required. Registration will open Thursday, October 12 at 12pm using the link below.
John Butler, known as Cousin John, is a sports journalist and educator who has turned his passion for writing into a series of children’s books. The Chase books are filled with adventure and feature characters of color that all children can relate to.
John’s mission is to introduce young readers to the world of literacy, while instilling valuable life lessons.