Both branches will CLOSE EARLY at 5 pm Wednesday November 21 and will be CLOSED Thanksgiving Day.
Blue Bell branch will reopen on Friday at 10 am; Ambler branch will reopen on Friday at 1 pm.

Adults

Seeking Direction in Retirement Living

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

 

Join representatives from ACTS Retirement-Life Communities for an informational session about retirement community living!   

 

“Seeking Direction in Retirement Living” will help you understand: 

·         What is a Continuing Care Retirement Community?

·         Questions to ask when visiting communities.

·         What are your options?

·         Understanding the different contracts.

·         How do you find the right fit?

·         Amenities and Financial benefits.

 

Presenters: Kim Burke, Director of Sales; Jill Kuhn, Sales Manager; and Debbie Tedesco, Director of Admissions and Outreach representing Spring House Estates, Fort Washington Estates and Gwynedd Estates, all Acts Retirement-Life Communities. 

 

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HAMILTON THE MUSICAL Part 2 @ Ambler

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

hamilton the musicalPart 2 of a 2 Part Event - Tuesday, Nov. 27 and Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Music historian, singer, and dancer Steven Pollack returns to Ambler Library to present
Hamilton The Musical: Its Impact on Musical Theater.

Join us for this educational and musical multimedia event!  Seating is limited. Our programs are free, but please RSVP to 215-646-1072 or ahall@wvpl.org

6:15 pm Refreshments, 6:30 pm Program

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HAMILTON THE MUSICAL: Its Impact on Musical Theater @ Ambler

Tuesday, November 27, 2018 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

hamilton the musical2 Part Event - Tuesday, Nov. 27 and Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Music historian, singer, and dancer Steven Pollack returns to Ambler Library to present Hamilton The Musical: Its Impact on Musical Theater.

Join us for this educational and musical multimedia event!  Seating is limited. Our programs are free, but please RSVP to 215-646-1072 or ahall@wvpl.org

6:15 pm Refreshments, 6:30 pm Program

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Holiday Eating and Stress Management @ Ambler

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

Wed., November 7 – Holiday Eating and Stress Management
6:30pm

The holidays season is fast-approaching. This year take a healthier approach to what you eat during this holiday season and beyond. Registered dietitian Nicole Schillinger will share valuable information on how to eat healthier around the holidays and give practical ways to manage the stress of this busy season. Say you'll be there! Register at the library or call 215-646-1072.

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I Want my Mummy!

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell



For ages 8 and up!


Explore the science behind ancient Egyptian mummies, how the mummification process developed through time, and how mummies were actually made!

 

Dr. Stephen Phillips will lead this program.  He is a professional archaeologist and an outstanding speaker.


He has traveled extensively and participated in a wide range of excavations for more than 25 years, including in Jordan and Egypt.


Registration is required:  CLICK HERE!







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I Want my Mummy!

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell



For ages 8 and up!


Explore the science behind ancient Egyptian mummies, how the mummification process developed through time, and how mummies were actually made!

 

Dr. Stephen Phillips will lead this program.  He is a professional archaeologist and an outstandin speaker !


He has traveled extensively and participated in a wide range of excavations for more than 25 years, including in Jordan and Egypt.


Registration is required:  CLICK HERE!







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What is Holistic Wellness?

Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 2:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

GIVING CARE TO CARE GIVERS: A WORKSHOP SERIES TO CONNECT YOU TO THE SUPPORT YOU NEED

The National Alliance for Care Giving reports over 43.5 million people in the US provide unpaid care to an adult or child with special needs.  The Giving Care for Caregivers series seeks to provide you with the tools, resources, and knowledge on your personal journey through caregiving and to connect you with a community of support. Our speakers will share personal stories and experiences to empower you with the knowledge of financial planning and elderly care, to help you discover stress relief and joy through aromatherapy, and to uncover holistic living through wellness practices. Together we can build community and support for one another by giving care for caregivers.

Choose your event and sign up at carewvpl.eventbrite.com.  

All events facilitated by Ms. Jessica Choi in conjunction with the following professionals:

1 -Thursday, November 8 at 7 PM: HOW AROMATHERAPY CAN HELP CAREGIVERS

Sandy Chu - Wellness Advocate. Sandy discovered the profound power of essential oils and how aroma therapy and other oil infused products can support health and wellbeing of people’s lives.

2 - Thursday, December 13 at 2 PM: HOLISTIC WELLNESS TO COPE & STAY WELL

Take a breather from the holiday frenzy! Jen Janesh, Wellness Coach has been studying engaged in holistic healing practices for over 10 years, and is a certified teacher of vinyasa style yoga. Jen will guide us through different approaches to holistic wellness to heal the whole body, mind, and spirit.

3- Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 7 PM : WHAT CAREGIVERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MONEY 

Carolyn Humphrey, RICP, CLF is a Financial Strategist helping her clients through every financial decision and planning through wealth protection, accumulation, retirement and estate/conservation. Join us to learn important steps to ensure the financial security of your loved one.

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

TELL A FRIEND! BRING A FRIEND!

 

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How Aromatherapy Can Help Caregivers

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

GIVING CARE TO CARE GIVERS: A WORKSHOP SERIES TO CONNECT YOU TO THE SUPPORT YOU NEED

The National Alliance for Care Giving reports over 43.5 million people in the US provide unpaid care to an adult or child with special needs.  The Giving Care for Caregivers series seeks to provide you with the tools, resources, and knowledge on your personal journey through caregiving and to connect you with a community of support. Our speakers will share personal stories and experiences to empower you with the knowledge of financial planning and elderly care, to help you discover stress relief and joy through aromatherapy, and to uncover holistic living through wellness practices. Together we can build community and support for one another by giving care for caregivers.

THERE ARE THREE EVENTS IN THE SERIES.  REGISTER FOR ONE or ALL THREE at carewvpl.eventbrite.com.  

All events facilitated by Ms. Jessica Choi in conjunction with the following professionals:

1- Thursday, October 11 at 2 PM : WHAT CAREGIVERS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MONEY 

Carolyn Humphrey, RICP, CLF is a Financial Strategist  helping her clients through every financial decision and planning through wealth protection, accumulation, retirement and estate/conservation.

2- Thursday, November 8 at 7 PM: HOW AROMATHERAPY CAN HELP CAREGIVERS

Sandy Chu - Wellness Advocate. Sandy discovered the profound power of essential oils and how aroma therapy and other oil infused products can support health and wellbeing of people’s lives.

3- Thursday, December 13 at 2 PM: HOLISTIC WELLNESS TO COPE & STAY WELL

 Jen Janesh, Wellness Coach; Jen has a passion for holistic wellness as it relates to whole body, mind, and spirit. She has been studying and engaged in holistic healing for over 10 years and has completed 200 hour teacher training in vinyasa style yoga classes heavily influenced by the Ashtanga Yoga tradition.

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

TELL A FRIEND! BRING A FRIEND!

 

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