Meet Ms. Tegan at Morris Arboretum for Story Time among the trees (weather permitting - inside otherwise).
Once a month, Ms. Tegan travels to Morris Arboretum to read stories in the garden.
Recommended for ages 2-5. Registration requested. Please register with Morris Arboretum here. (For members: Free; For non-members, free with admission).
Bowling for preschoolers at the library.
Steven Wallach's Magic and Mindreading Show! For information, call 215-646-1072.
Come to the Ambler Library on February 3 or Feb. 10th at 4:30 for the Briar Bush Nature Center program on animals. Come see real animals and pet them!!
Sign up for either date, room for 20 kids in each session.
Come to the Ambler Library for the Briar Bush Nature Center program on animals. Come see real animals and pet them!!
Sign up, room for 20 kids in each session. Rescheduled from February.
Are you a My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fan? Join us for trivia, fan art show and tell, and crafts celebrating your favorite show! Dressing as your favorite pony or in your My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic gear is encouraged.
For ages 12-17. Registration required.
Families will come together to see if they have what it takes to be the ULTIMATE TEAM! For the first few minutes, families will be introduced to this year's robotics competition. After that, they will go through a couple of team activities to see if they are the Ultimate team.
Presented by a student from Wissahickon High School.
You know about George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other famous revolutionaries, but did you know that locally there was a family who was just as famous during their time? Join us for a hand-on event where you'll "meet" the famous and wealthy Wentz Family: Peter, John, and Abraham. Students will also see how they lived compared to others at the time of the American War for Independence.
We're taking a break from stories and rhymes to invite a speaker to our Baby Story Time session! Join us in welcoming Deborah Ravacon, from Montgomery County Community College's Children Center as she speaks on a caregiver/parenting topic.