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Do you like to build with Legos? Lego+ After School Club is starting up again on October 24th at the Conshohocken Free Public Library. Join us from 3:45-4:30 for themed Lego builds and STEM projects. Registration is required to ensure that materials are available for participants, and that all involved have an engaging and safe experience. This program is intended for ages 5-12.
Children under the age of 8 are required to be accompanied by an adult.

Movies are Back at the Library!


Movies at the Library are Back!

We renewed our movie license to host special movie events in the Community Room on our new smart board provided by a generous donation from ASTM.  Registration is not required for movie events this month, but space is limited in the Community Room.  Arrive early to guarantee seating!
Book to Movie Matinee on Friday, October 20 at 1pm will feature Tom Hanks in A Man Called Otto.  This movie is rated PG-13 and is intended for adults.
Join us for a Children's Movie Matinee on Saturday, October 28 at 11:30am to celebrate the upcoming Day of the Dead holiday in the Community Room. We'll be showing Disney Pixar's Coco which is rated PG with a run time of 105 minutes.
Registration is not required but space is limited and attendance will be first come first serve. Get here early to ensure a seat!
Library policy is all children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by someone 14 years of age or older while in the library.

Flu Shot Clinic

FREE Flu Shot Clinic from Mainline Health For adults aged 19 years and older. Please note, high dose flu vaccine will not be offered. read more...

The Conshohocken Free Library is hosting a Pumpkin Patch Pageant on October 23rd at 5:30pm. read more...

Let the library spice up your life through Cooking with Conshy! read more...

Local Author Visit & Book Signing with M.P. Kidd

      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.

October Program Registration Links


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- Tuesdays Beginning October 24 at 3:45pm - Register Here


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


Toddler Time with Miss Kate- Resumes Thursday, November 2 at 10:30am- Register Here


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