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IVPL in the News
–Linda Beck retiring as director; Margie Stern hired as new director, Souderton Independent, 5/26/16
–IVPL to host ‘Native Voices’ exhibit, Souderton Independent, 5/19/16
–Public input sought to help IVPL strategic planning, Souderton Independent, 4/20/16
–Civil War re-enactment group camps at IVPL, Montgomery News, 4/07/16
-Children’s party at IVPL helps teach about, celebrate Leap Day, 3/1/16
–IVPL welcomes new children’s librarian, from The Reporter, 2/16/16
–Bike sharing added at IVPL, from Souderton Independent, 10/7/15
Saturdays from 11 am to 12:15 pm
Join us for a variety of topics on genealogy. Bring a brown bag lunch if you wish.
August 27: French / Canadian – French Canadian?
Are your ancestors from north of the border? Did they parlez vous Francais at some point? We will explore what resources are available for those of Canadian descent, whether French or English, and what is available to trace back to Europe, or to one of the British Colonies.
September 24: Heritage Societies : DAR, SAR and beyond.
Have you ever looked at the DAR /SAR and thought that you might qualify? Did your ancestors come over on the Mayflower, or are of German or Italian descent? There may be a Heritage Society or Lineage Society for you!
Register at the Reference Desk, 215-723-9109, ext. 3 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Day in the Life: Revolutionary War Series
3 Sundays: August 14 to 28, 2016 at 2 pm
Local Revolutionary War historian and enthusiast Michael Jesberger will present on various facets of life during the Revolutionary War.
August 14: A Soldier’s Life in the American Revolution
August 21: Live Encampment (weather permitting)
August 28: The Revolutionary War in Montgomery and Bucks County
For the titles of the upcoming movies, visit the reference desk or call the library 215-723-9109 ext 3.
Every Tuesday afternoon at 3pm in Study Room 1.
Bring your projects, ideas, knitting needles, and friends. Hot drinks, snacks, and good company guaranteed. Knitting consultations and coaching available.
Sprechen Sie Deutsch? If you speak
(any level of ) German and would like to practice conversation, please feel free to join this group on the last Tuesday evening of each month at 7 pm in the library’s PA Room.
The topics vary, as does the fluency. We tend to be informal, and the intent is to support each other in improving our ability to communicate about all kinds of things! There is no cost to attend. If you would like more information, please contact Jean Godsall-Myers, email@example.com .