Watercolor Art Class presented by the Conshohocken Art League. Registration required. Sign up at the Library in Blue Bell.
WVPL is closed for the Christmas Holiday.
Join all the Library Geeks on Thurs. Nov. 7 @ 4:30 PM for our Meet the Geeks event. You can meet the people in the Geek the Library posters, enjoy some snacks and find out which poster won the contest. Voting at both libraries lasts until October. 30.
Haven't voted yet? Visit either library before October 30 to cast your vote for your favorite Geek!
The Library will close at 4 pm for the Staff Holiday party.
The Library will close at 3:30pm for the Staff Holiday party.
Thursday, December 5th @ 2 PM, a docent guide from the staff of the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia will present a powerpoint ™ program on this world-renowned sculptor and the museum in his honor.
Design handmade greeting cards with Anne Power. Join this fun and informative hands-on class. Anne will demonstrate and then students will try their hand at stamping and die cutting. Everyone will go home with two lovely greeting cards that they made themselves. All adults are welcome regardless of craft experience. $5 covers all supplies.
Registration required. Sign-up at the library or call 215-643-1320.
Walter Plotnick does both fine art photography and commercial photography. He teaches at colleges in our area, including Montgomery County Community College. He will be discussing a selection from his collection of cameras. A selection will be on display for the month of November here at the library.
Marc Martinelli, MS Economics from St. Josephs University, CFP® and Adjunct Professor will explain the steps to prepare for retiring, handling financial decisions and the pros and cons of various strategies. Mr. Martinelli and his family live in the Wissahickon School District where he volunteers as a coach.
Hands-on writing workshop with published, award-winning writer Janet Mason.
This class is about discovering what is unique about your story. This is the most direct path to publication, and the most direct path to you! Designed both for writers who want to focus on traditional routes of publication and for those who want to preserve their stories for posterity (via self-publishing), this class focuses on finding the unique viewpoint that you have to offer. In-class writing assignments, include exercises in mining your raw material, and creating detailed concise prose -- either fact or fiction -- that brings the reader into the immediacy of your writing. The class also includes homework assignments in assessing the literary marketplace as to what is written on your subject and what remains to be written, and writing a book outline/proposal. Subsequent in-class writing assignments will be based on the elements of your proposal. Publishing memoir and novel excerpts will be covered in the class. Also covered will be the process of finding a home for your finished work -- including information on contacting agents and small presses and self-publishing options.