Adults

A Taste of Italian Language and Culture

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 10:30am
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Did you always wish you could speak Italian?
Do you love Italian food?

Join us for A Taste of Italian Language and Culture, with Gina Nichols

Enrollment for this 4-week course is open now
Wednesdays, October 19 through November 9
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Only $10 for all four classes

Enrollment:
* MUST sign-up for all 4 classes.  Limited to 25 people.
* Cannot sign up for individual (1 or 2) classes. 
* Your enrollment can only be confirmed along with your payment.  Sign-ups alone without payment will not reserve a space in the class.
* Leave a phone number or email address so that we may contact you to confirm your enrollment as well as inform you of any class changes due to inclement weather.
* Sorry, but we are unable to give refunds for any missed classes after class begins.

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A Taste of Italian Language and Culture

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 10:30am
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Did you always wish you could speak Italian?
Do you love Italian food?

Join us for A Taste of Italian Language and Culture, with Gina Nichols

Enrollment for this 4-week course is open now
Wednesdays, October 19 through November 9
10:30 am - 11:30 am
Only $10 for all four classes

Enrollment:
* MUST sign-up for all 4 classes.  Limited to 25 people.
* Cannot sign up for individual (1 or 2) classes. 
* Your enrollment can only be confirmed along with your payment.  Sign-ups alone without payment will not reserve a space in the class.
* Leave a phone number or email address so that we may contact you to confirm your enrollment as well as inform you of any class changes due to inclement weather.
* Sorry, but we are unable to give refunds for any missed classes after class begins.

Who should attend: 

"Meet" Founding Father Alexander Hamilton

Monday, May 8, 2017 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

With the smash-hit musical Hamilton attracting record crowds on Broadway, interest in the life and times of Alexander Hamilton has reached fever pitch.
Join living biographer Gene Pisasale as he portrays Hamilton himself and shares with you, stories from his life and influential actions leading to American independence and the construction of a new government.

Presented in conjunction with Wissahickon Valley Historical Society.

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Game Night! @ Ambler

Tuesday, December 27, 2016 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

GAME NIGHT!

Join us for an evening of a variety board and card games! Bring along your favorite game or play some of ours! Drop in with friends and family or join other players!
Snacks and drinks provided!
Tuesday, December 27 @ 6:30 pm
Say you'll be there! Call the library or email lshupp@wvpl.org to register or for more info!

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Fifty Shades of Green

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 - 12:30pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Fifty Shades of Green?!
A stock market guide for the financially independent-minded woman.

- Learn how the stock market works
- What are the various types of investments?
- What are different strategies for investing? 

We all dream of a good life for ourselves and our loved ones.  Often there is a financial component to achieving our dreams. Find out how the stock market is an important and necessary part of any financial planning. 
Your Financial Expert: Ramat  Oyetunji
CEO & Founder, The FI Woman, LLC
Kindly RSVP using the sign-up sheets in the library lobby or call 215-643-1320.

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Writing for Publication

Friday, October 2, 2015 - 12:30pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

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). Find your unique viewpoint that you have to offer. In-class writing assignments including exercises in mining your raw material;  creating detailed concise prose -- either fact or fiction -- that brings the reader into the immediacy of your writing; how to assess the literary marketplace; find out what is written on your subject and what remains to be written; write a book outline/proposal; how to publish memoir and novel excerpts; how to contact agents, small presses and self-publishing options.

This series is 6 classes long: Fridays at 12:30 pm. October 2 to November 13. No class October 23.

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