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– Check out WiFi hotspots, Souderton Independent, 7/4/17
– Indian Valley Public Library celebrates National Library Workers Day, Souderton Independent, 4/12/17
– New IVPL strategic plan focuses on community, Souderton Independent, 2/22/17
60 minutes of play followed by a brief story time. This is a drop in program. No need to register.
An outreach tool of the Pennsylvania Hardwoods Development Council, the 34-foot long WoodMobile educates the public about Pennsylvania’s forests and sustainable forest management – securing the wood products we need today while protecting the trees of tomorrow. The mobile classroom uses interactive activities and displays to promote the responsible use of forest resources and an understanding of the forest industry to the public.
PLEASE NOTE: Event depends on pending budget and PA Department of Agriculture staff availability.
100 Thousand Poets for Change (100TPC) Poetry Reading at Souderton Park as part of the Art Jam on Sat, Sept 30 beginning at 10AM and chapbook* commemorating our 5 year partnership with the Art Jam and STMS.
ABOUT THE CHAPBOOK*
Souderton-Telford Main Streets Organization (STMS) and the Montgomery County Poet Laureate program (MCPL) are joining efforts to produce a commemorative special edition publication of the 100 Thousand Poets for Change (100TPC) chapbook to coincide with the fifth anniversary of the Souderton Art Jam (Sept 2017).
Included in this publication will be poems inspired by social justice themes from the current and former Montgomery County Poet Laureates, students from Souderton Area High School (SAHS), members of the Forgotten Voices Poetry Group that meet at The Indian Valley Public Library, and other selected writers from the Montco/Bucks/Lehigh Valley area.
There will be a book launch and poetry reading at the Indian Valley Public Library on Sat, Sept 23 from 1-4 pm in the Reading Room. All proceeds will benefit the Montgomery County Poet Laureate program (MCPL)
Discovery Series: U.S. Politics Mini Course
4 Saturdays at 2 pm
9/9, 9/23, 10/7 & 10/21
Interested in getting a taste of a college–level course in politics without the stress?
Committed to lifelong learning?
Join us for a general introduction to politics & the American political system presented by MCCC Professor Emeritus of History and Political Science Dr. Thomas Kolsky.