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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
Need help with your e-reader, tablet or laptop? Want to set up your own account for email, Facebook or Twitter but not sure how to get started? Interested in an introduction to the library’s online resources? Sign up for one-on-one help with a librarian on Wednesday afternoon between 2-4 pm. You pick the topic. To sign up for help, email the Reference Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 215-723-9109, ext. 3.
Indian Valley Public Library presents a thought provoking film and book discussion series. Join us on selected Wednesdays to view a documentary, and stay to discuss the film and a related book. Stop by the reference to pick up a copy of the book to be discussed.
To register, visit the reference desk or call 215-723-9109, ext. 3.
Guilty Pleasures by Julie Moggan
Every four seconds a romance novel published by Harlequin or its British counterpart, Mills & Boon, is sold somewhere in the world. Julie Moggan’s Guilty Pleasures takes an amusing and touching look at this global phenomenon. Ironies abound in the contrasts between the everyday lives of the books’ readers and the fantasy worlds that offer them escape. Guilty Pleasures portrays five romance devotees who must, ultimately, find their dreams in the real world. An Official Selection of the 2011 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.
Book: “The Jane Austen Book Club” by Karen Joy Fowler
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.
Need help with your ereader, tablet or laptop? Want to set up your own account for email, Facebook or Twitter but not sure how to get started? Interested in an introduction to the library’s online resources?
Sign up for one-on-one help with a librarian. You pick the topic. To sign up for help, email the Reference Desk (email@example.com) or call 215-723-9109, ext. 3.
Practice your conversational French! All levels welcome.
Meets the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month.