Science in the Summer Registration starts Friday, May 17 at 12 PM. Click here to register. Click here for more information.
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Indian Valley Public Library is partnering with Along the Way, a local non-profit that provides high-quality, affordable, in-home childcare to single mothers who are working, going to school or training during nights and weekends, to help make quilts for their program! The goal of the quilt project is to give a quilt to every child in the program and to create quilts for awareness and fundraising.
Join us for Yoga in the Library on Wednesday nights! Six week session run May 15 – June 26 (no class 6/19). $40 for all six classes or $10 drop in. To register and for further information, email Allison Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 Allison Reynolds, 200-hour Hatha Registered Yoga Teacher.
Join a librarian from IVPL for a book discussion at Blueprint Brewing Co. on the third Wednesday of the month. Copies of each month’s book will be available at IVPL to check out. Participants are responsible for their own drinks. To register, or for more information, contact us at email@example.com, or by phone at 215-723-9109, ext. 3.
The discussion will be held at Blueprint Brewing Co. (1571 Gehman Rd., Harleysville, PA 19438).
January 16: Notes from the Midnight Driver by Jordan Sonnenblick
February 20: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
March 20: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
April 17: The Triumph of Seeds: How Gains, Nuts, Kernels. Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History by Thor Hanson
May 15: Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie
June 19: Chalk Circle Man by Fred Vargas
The Sleeping Mat Project
Helping the Homeless, While Recycling!
Did you know recycled grocery bags can create colorful, woven mats for homeless individuals in your community? Through a partnership with Integrate for Good and Angels in Motion, the Indian Valley Public Library is joining the project. Each week community members will join to learn different parts of the project including cutting bags, making loops, making “plarn” (plastic yarn), and weaving the mats on a loom.
Anyone is welcome to join us!
Contact Nicole Husbands at firstname.lastname@example.org for information or with questions.