Summer is fast-approaching, and with it our summer programs for teens! Starting in June, we will be offering a variety of summer programs for teens with an interest in babysitting, robot-building, drawing, breakdancing, zombies, steampunk, and more!
Classes are held in the Main Library Computer Lab. Advanced registration is required.
We offer seven computer classes for the general public:
Computer Basics – teaches fundamental skills such as using a mouse, opening programs and copying and pasting. The skills learned in Computer Basics are the minimum required for any of the other courses.
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010 – introduces word processing skills.
File Management – teaches how to organize and manage files and folders.
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 – introduces spreadsheets for managing numbers and equations, such as in a budget.
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 – introduces presentation software.
Internet – introduces students to web browsing using Internet Explorer.
Email Basics – learn the ins and outs of using Yahoo email service. (By appointment only.)
Call 610-278-5100 ext. 141 for further information.
This class incorporates breath work and postures designed to open, stretch, and strengthen the body.
This is a great class for those who are new to yoga. All you need is a towel or yoga mat to get started!
Students may feel stronger, more grounded, and more relaxed after this class.
Donations are suggested (Proceeds benefit library programs)
Instructed by Julie Fracchia and Maria Cipollini
Certified Yoga Teachers
Registration is required. For information or to register call (610)278-5100 x 0
April 24 6:30 p.m.
Presented by Angel Johnson, Kelly Stahl, and Julie Reilly – Travel Consultants with Liberty Travel of Plymouth Meeting.
Learn travel tips and tricks; popular destinations and last minute deals to exciting locales, and the best way to book your next vacation. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in a Q&A session and learn from some of the most experienced consultants in the travel business.
TumbleBook Library – aimed primarily at young readers and readers to be, these animated stories encourage a love of reading. Puzzles and games also accompany many stories.
The Mango Language Database helps you learn or improve your foreign language and English language skills.
Please join us for the following regular programs at the Main Library:
Scrabble for Adults – Every Wednesday at 5pm – Community Room
Senior Film festival – 2nd Wednesday of every month – 1pm Board Room
May 14 –The Manchurian Candidate
June 11 –Daddy Day Care
Book Discussion Group – every 3rd Saturday – 2pm Board Room – This group of avid readers led by Dr. Harold W. Halbert, meets every 3rd Saturday of the month at 2 p.m. New members are welcome. The following are the upcoming titles, not necessarily in this order. Copies of the book(s) to be discussed will be available at the front desk at the Main Library.
April Meeting is cancelled
May—Olive Kitteridge By Elizabeth Strout
June–Moon Tiger by Penelope Lively
Great Books Discussion Group – 2nd Tuesday of every month – 2pm Board Room -New members are welcome. Please call Shirley Miller before attending your first meeting at 610-272-4179
Teen Game Night – Every Tuesday and Friday from 4-5pm teens may play video and board games in the community room.