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Teens

Forever YA Book Club: The Kiss of Deception

Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 2:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Forever YA is a book club for readers and fans of young adult (aka teen) books. Each month we'll discuss a young adult title.

This month's selection is The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson. Request your copy here.

For high school teens and adults. Come on your own or with your teen or parent/guardian! RSVP here. Walk in's welcome! Learn more about Forever YA and their book clubs here.

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Music Night at the Library

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 7:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

Music Night at the Library

FEATURING 4 local singer-songwriters

Rick Denzien integrates his music with activism for a sustainable community.  He is founder of the upcoming “All Music Festival and Sustainability Conference” in April 2017.  He has worked with hundreds of musicians and artists as an engineer and producer at Slot One/Boffo Recording Studio in Ambler.

Debra Lee dedicates her musical gifts of songwriting, performing, and teaching here in our local community with both heartwarming and foot-tapping songs. A private music teacher in Ambler, Debra also leads workshops in songwriting, vocal performance, and creativity.

Rob Lincoln is a prolific songwriter and accomplished musician from southern New Jersey, whose musical style ranges from folk ballads to psychedelia and garage rock. He is a founder of the Philadelphia Area Songwriters Alliance (PASA) which serves songwriters throughout the Delaware Valley.  

Michelle Miller is WVPL's very own Children's Librarian and an accomplished singer-songwriter in her own right. Michelle's original songs combine storytelling with a sensibility for country, pop and folk music.  She was also a featured performer at the Philadelphia Folk Festival last year! 

FREE and for ALL AGES. Just say you'll be there and RSVP at songatwvpl.eventbrite.com or 215-643-1320.

 

 

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