My guess is (it will be) about 300 years until computers are as good as, say, your local reference library in search
~ Craig Silverstein
Director of Technology, Google
Come out and visit our friendly snake Simba! He’s our 4 year-old corn snake that loves to be held. See pictures and find out when you can come and hold him or watch a feeding.
The UPV Library is a branch of the Montgomery County -
Norristown Public Library.
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Upper Perkiomen School District is on a two hour delay due to the icy weather. Story times are cancelled for today. The library is open normal hours.
Saturday, February 7, 7-10:30pm
It's our biggest fundraiser of the year! We'll have "The Main Line Wine Guy" back to guide us through our wine list along with delicious hors d'oeuvres and plenty of interesting silent auction items. Tickets are $50 each. Drop off or mail your check to the library to reserve a spot. Please include your name and phone number. It's an enjoyable way to support your library!
Wednesday, Jan. 28 at 7pm
Protect yourself from fraud. Speaker Amy Fadil from Wells Fargo Bank will give a free lecture on how to stay safe and not become a victim. Please call 215-679-2020 to reserve a seat.
We are making valentines to give to our military vets and local police officers. Stop in and use our materials to send a little love out in the world.
Wednesday, February 4th at 6:00 pm
Did Santa bring you a new Kindle or Nook? Then this class is for you. Learn how to use your new device to download e-books from the library. This class is hands on so please bring your device and your library card. Call 215-679-2020 to reserve a seat.
Thursday, February 5 at 1:00pm This conversation group meets the first Thursday of every month at 1:00pm.
The idea behind the Socrates Café is that we learn more when we question and even more when we question with others. There are over 600 gatherings around the world today who meet to discuss a variety of topics, learn from each other and share the common goal of making a more inclusive world. If you like to go a little deeper in your conversations, drop by this monthly exchange.
The topic for February is Who is responsible to feed a country? Is it the government, the community, the individuals, volunteer groups, business? Come share your thoughts with us.
Monday, February 9 at 7pm
Speaker Michael Jesberger will be in the library discussing the military tools of our nation's past.
We've got a small group of patrons interested in meeting to discuss general fiction titles. The first session is scheduled for February 19th from 6:30-7:30pm to discuss The End of Your Life Book Club. Please talk to Kelly at the library if you are interested.
Every Wednesday afternoon at 1pm
This low key group meets weekly to play bridge. Drop ins and beginners are welcome.
There is STILL ROOM! Second Wednesday of every month at 10:30am
Join Miss Wendy for this new program for 3-5 year olds! Incorporating the concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM), Miss Wendy will read stories and do related experiments or activities. Registration is required. Contact the library at 215-679-2020 to sign up!
Babygarten for Infants - Mondays 10am
Ages 1 thru 3 - Mondays 11:00am - 11:30am
Ages 3 thru 6 - Tuesdays 10:30am - 11:15am
Preschool Play N Learn Storytime - 2nd & 4th Friday of the month - 10:00am
Storytimes inspire lifelong reading habits, encourage a love of children's literature, give children and caregivers a positive experience with the library. Join the fun with Miss Wendy at one of our Storytimes featuring music, books, crafts, and more. No signup necessary.
There will be no story times the week of December 29th.
Monday, February 23 at 6:00pm
Drop in on this small, but devoted group for a friendly game of scrabble. You may bring you own board or use ours. Beginners welcome.
Upper Perkiomen Valley Library will be CLOSED on Monday, February 16th for Presidents' Day.
Shopping at Amazon? Go to Amazon Smile, choose Upper Perkiomen Valley Library, then shop as you normally would. There is no cost to you, but the library gets a portion of your total sale.
If you are, helping the library is as simple as giving us your receipts. Redner's will donate 1% of all eligible purchases made with a Save-A-Tape card to the library. Receipts must be less than 2 years old. It's a great way to help the library!!
In 2014, your Redner's receipts helped us raise over $900 for the library. Thanks and keep those Redner's Save-A-Tape receipts coming!!
Come browse through our large selection of books for sale. The sale will be held during regular library hours.
Friday, April 24th through Saturday, May 2nd
◊ Special Members Onlypreview sale for members of the Friends of the Library on Thursday evening, May 2nd from 6-8 pm (you can become a member at the door for $10 and get a sneak peek!)
◊ Sale is held in the basement of our library behind our Discovery Science room.
◊ $4 brown bag sale will be held on Saturday, May 2nd from 10 am to 2 pm. Bags will be provided.
Please call the library at 215-679-2020 for more information or to donate books. We cannot accept textbooks, encyclopedias, or moldy books.
Starts Friday, September 5th - THIS CLASS HAS FILLED, but keep us in mind for next year. It's great for home schoolers.
This club, for children in 3rd to 5th grades, will meet on the first Friday of each month beginning September 5th. Class size is limited to 10 children, so don't delay.
Did you know a portion of the proceeds from The Community Thrift Shop go to the library?
It's true! Their profits are shared by the library, The Open Link, The Community Life Center in East Greenville, and RSVP (a local volunteer clearinghouse). Please support The Community Thrift Shop at 834 Bitting Alley in Red Hill by shopping or donating clothes and household items. They can also use volunteers to sort donations or run the cash register.
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