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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
People of all levels can gather to play Magic: the Gathering. We will teach you newcomers to play and build your own decks and challenge the veterans.
Join us for 60 minutes of play followed by a brief story time.
Three Ways To Register Beginning September 1
-At the library
-By phone (leave message): 215-723-9109 ext. 112
-By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
6 Fridays from 2 to 3 pm, September 16 through October 21, 2016: 6-week series – $36 for series or $8 for drop in
Hatha yoga is the general term for just about all the yoga we practice in the U.S. This class incorporates breathwork and postures designed to open, stretch and strengthen the body. This is a great class for beginners. Students may feel stronger, more grounded and more relaxed after this class. Classes taught by Kathleen Tooley, 200-hour Kripalu Yoga Instructor and owner of Anahata Yoga and Wellness Center in Harleysville. To register, call 215-740-1354.
Help us celebrate the 75th Birthday of our favorite curious little monkey with stories and other activities. We’ll even decorate cupcakes to make his day special. No registration necessary.
Poets and poetry lovers are invited to Forgotten Voices Poetry Group, held on the first Saturday of each month at 1 pm at the Indian Valley Public Library. The group has been meeting at the library for more than 20 years and is led by Joanne Leva, creator of the Montgomery County Poet Laureate program (MCPL). All are welcome. This event is free and open to the public to share the poetry they’ve written, read poetry that they love, or simply listen to poetry read by others; guest speakers are sometimes invited to conduct writing workshops.