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Adults

Tech Q & A

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Tech Q & A Wednesday

Smart Phone, iPad/iPhone, Android Tablet, Kindle, Nook, eReader?

Got Questions?  We’ve Got Answers!

Sign-up for a 60 minute personal appointment. Get answers to  questions about your iPad, Android Tablet, Smart Phone, or eReader. Sign up at the Library, call 215-643-1320 or email.

Appointments are required, and registration opens approximately 30 days prior to each session. Appointments are available from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. You must bring your Amazon (Kindle) or Adobe Digital Editions (Nook) logon information with you.

Disclaimer: The library’s intent is to help people learn to use their devices. The library cannot assume responsibility for devices that are not working and cannot fix devices.

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Art Lessons

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

The Role of Art in Medicine

Explore the intersection of the practice of art and the practice of medicine.
Artist and former physician Pia De Girolamo will share her personal experience working in both professions

 - What happens when art and medicine meet?
 - What is the current role of the humanities in medical school today?
 - What can we learn by integrating both practices?

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Backyard Herbs & Their Benefits @ Ambler

Tuesday, July 11, 2017 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

Herbalist Kelly McCarthy of Attic Apothecary will talk about native herbs and their medicinal & ecological benefits. Before you pull those weeds, discover what benefits they may have!

Refreshments at 6:30 pm
Presentation at 7:00 pm

Say you'll be there! Stop by the Library, call 215-646-1072 or email ahall@wvpl.org to register or for more information!

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Bird Identification and Banding @ Ambler

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

Interested in birds and conservation? Join us for a program about avian conservation and research techniques, including how birds are captured and banded and what information is being collected by research projects studying their populations. The presentation will also cover the most common species in the Wissahickon and how to identify them.
Presented by Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association.
Refreshments at 6:30 pm
Presentation at 7:00 pm

Say you'll be there! Stop by the Library, call 215-646-1072 or register at eventbrite.com!


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