Adults

An Evening with Elvis Presley

Wednesday, January 31, 2018 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Elvis in the library! Join us for an evening of song with Elvis Presley tribute artist Dean Garafolo. Dean is an accomplished singer and entertainer who'll not only capture the Elvis spirit in gesture and voice, but capture your heart as well!

2018 begins with a little magic! It's now or never! Sign up at elviswvpl.eventbrite.com

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Author Elizabeth LaBan Book Launch

Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
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Elizabeth LaBan at Wissahickon Valley Public LibraryUpper Dublin & Wissahickon Valley Public Librares are excited to host

Philadelphia author Elizabeth LaBan

as she discusses and launches her newest novel, Not Perfect. Join us for this very special book launch! Light refreshments, book sale, and signing.

Thursday, February 1
7:00 pm, Upper Dublin Township Municipal Building
801 Loch Alsh Avenue, Fort Washington, PA

Space is limited, so get your FREE tickets for this event today! Tickets available in the Library or at laban2018.brownpapertickets.com

Elizabeth LaBan lives in Philadelphia with her restaurant critic husband and two children. She is the author of The Restaurant Critic’s Wife which was published by Lake Union, the young adult novel The Tragedy Paper, published by Knopf, which has been translated into eleven foreign languages, The Grandparents Handbook, published by Quirk Books, which has been translated into seven foreign languages, and Pretty Little World, which she co-authored with Melissa DePino.  

She is a freelance writer and editor whose work has appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Newsday and The Times-Picayune, among other publications. She also ghost writes a weekly column, and has ghost written two books.

The Let’s Discuss It Author Series is a joint partnership of the Upper Dublin and Wissahickon Valley Public Libraries

 

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Info Session: Citizenship Preparation Class

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 2:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Have you thought about becoming a U.S. Citizen? We can prepare you for FREE!  

There is more to becoming a citizen than knowing the 100 Questions!  You must also be able to do the following in English:

  • Take an oath
  • Fully understand the N-400 application
  • Read and write sentences in English.

 Interested participants are encouraged to attend this information session about A FREE 12-week course forming now at Wissahickon Valley Public Library in Blue Bell.  The course is being offered through Keystone Opportunity Center of Souderton.  Class will be scheduled for late January/early February based on interest and participation.

More questions?  Contact Susan Clauser, Keystone Opportunity Center at 215-723-5430 ext 115 or sclauser@keystoneopp.org

 

 

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Amor Towles at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 7:00pm
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Montgomery County Libraries present One Book, One County

AMOR TOWLES

Author of A Gentleman in Moscow

April 4, 2018 at 2:00 pm

Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, 8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA

 

For information about this & other countywide events visit: www.MontcoLibraries.org

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eating potato chips in middle age: poetry and resilience

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Event location: 
Blue Bell

eating potato chips in middle age: a poetry & creative writing series to delight the senses

Class #3 of 3:  Poetry and Resilience
Have the blues ever made you feel alone, as if no one could possibly understand?  In a supportive space, allow poetry to explore the tender process of loss, mourning and transformation.

No previous writing experience needed
Presented by Sara Wenger, MFA, Local writer, educator and facilitator of  "The Poetry Experience"
Registration required at poetrywvpl.eventbrite.com
* This program is for adults ages 18 +.  Class is limited to 20 for the 3-part series.  Must attend all 3 classes.

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eating potato chips in middle age: poetry and love

Wednesday, January 17, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Event location: 
Blue Bell

eating potato chips in middle age: a poetry & creative writing series to delight the senses

Class #2 of 3: Poetry and Love
Been there, done that?  Mushy, predictable poems? Not here!  Allow yourselves to be swept off your feet with contemporary voices of the heart.

No previous writing experience needed
Presented by Sara Wenger, MFA, Local writer, educator and facilitator of  "The Poetry Experience"
Registration required at poetrywvpl.eventbrite.com
* This program is for adults ages 18 +.  Class is limited to 20 for 3-part series.  Must attend all 3 classes.

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eating potato chips in middle age: poetry and food

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Event location: 
Blue Bell

eating potato chips in middle age: a poetry & creative writing series to delight the senses

Class #1 of 3-Part Series: Poetry and Food
Can you find inspiration in an onion?

A cup of tea? A simple piece of bread?
Nourish mind, body and soul with poems that connect your favorite foods to the written word.

No previous writing experience needed
Presented by Sara Wenger, MFA, Local writer, educator and facilitator of  "The Poetry Experience"
Registration required at poetrywvpl.eventbrite.com
* This program is for adults ages 18 +.  Class is limited to 20 for the 3-part series. Must attend all 3 classes.

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