Happy Thanksgiving!
Both branches will be CLOSED Thanksgiving Day and Friday, November 26 and reopen Saturday at 10 am.
Items that are due on Friday 11/26 are now due on Monday 11/29. Hold requests that expire on Friday 11/26 will be held for you until 8 pm Monday 11/29.

Masks are required for all patrons over the age of two, regardless of vaccination status.

Regularly Scheduled Events

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Events are free unless otherwise noted.

AARP Driving Class

AARP Driving Classes for seniors. At various times, the Library hosts both the Driver Safety Course (8 hours) and the Refresher Course (4 hours). Watch the calendar for specific dates.

Afternoon Matinee

Masks are necessary and must be worn at all times while you are in the building.

Limited to 50 patrons.

Come view new release movies in the Blue Bell Community Room
Tuesdays at 2 pm

November 16 - 1917 (R) details reviews
November 23 - Little Women (PG) details reviews
November 30 - Parasite (R) Korean language with English subtitles
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December 7 - Nomadland (R)
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December 14 - Another Round (R) Danish language with English subtitles
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December 21 - News of the World (PG-13)
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December 28 - Emma (PG)
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January 4 - Minari (PG-13) details reviews
January 11 - The Father (PG-13)
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Ambler Book Group

The Ambler Book group meets at 2:30 pm on the 2nd THURSDAY of the month.
Everyone Welcome! Come for as many or as few sessions as you like.

Ambler Book Group has moved ONLINE as we continue to support PA's COVID-19 mitigation efforts. Current members will receive a Zoom link. NEW members are welcome. Please contact Anne Hall at ahall@wvpl.org to receive an invitation.


Beading Group

Kathleen Edwards presents: The Ambler Beading Group.
Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays at 1 PM at Ambler Branch.
Please bring your own tools and supplies.
Come to work on your beading projects and see what others are doing.
This group is not a "how-to" class.  Please bring your projects and supplies to work on independently.

Blood Pressure Checks

The Ambler & Blue Bell Libraries provide FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS on occasion.
Abington Health sends a registered nurse from their Community Health Outreach Dept.

Please check the monthly calendar for specific dates.

Blue Bell Book Club

S. Gustafson mini book quilt from Don't Call Me BetsyThe Blue Bell Book Club meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 10 am. Come for any or all discussions.

January 6 - Nobody Will Tell You This But Me by Bess Kalb (online)
February 3 - 
The Last Train to Key West by Chanel Cleeton (online)
March 3 - 
Eat a Peach by David Chang (online)
April 7 - Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu (online)
May 5 - The Wild Iris by Louise Gluck (online)
June 2 - The Book of Lamps and Banners by Elizabeth Hand (in person)
July 7 - The Last Stargazers by Emily Levesque (in person)
August 4 - 
Magic Lessons by Alice Hoffman (in person)
September 1 - Yellow Bird: Oil, Murder and a Woman's Search for Justice in Indian Country by Sierra Crane Murdoch  (in person)
October 6 - Copperhead by Alexi Zentner (in person)
November 3 - Essays of E. B. White by E.B.White (in person)
December 1 - Long Bright River by Liz Moore (in person)

Book Clubs

Looking for a book club? Join us for a lively discussion and meet new friends. 

Ambler Book Group

Blue Bell Book Club

Cook the Book

Mystery Book Group

Friday Book Club

Bridge for Experienced Players

This program is suspended due to the COVID pandemic. Watch the calendar or sign up for our email list to receive reopening news.

New tables of bridge are forming now.  Weekly games on Fridays at noon. We have new friendly folks looking to make more tables.  



Chair Yoga

lower back stretch by practicalpedal.comThis program is suspended due to the COVID pandemic. Watch the calendar or sign up for our email list to receive reopening news.

Join Kellie Burnett for weekly classes. This class is for people at all levels of yoga.

Some benefits of yoga are:

-Improved strength and flexibility
-Improved proprioception, which is a skill of knowing where your body is in space, and coordinating your movements accurately.  This is particularly important in preventing falls, since we are approaching winter time. For people with any disabilities or conditions, it may mean having greater control of your body and its movements.
-Reduction of stress and improvement of mental clarity.
-Opportunities to meet and socialize.
-Improved stress and pain management.

Fridays   2:00 - 3:00 pm
$40 for 8-week session; $10 per drop in.

Chair Yoga at Ambler

lower back stretch by practicalpedal.comThis program is suspended due to the COVID pandemic. Watch the calendar or sign up for our email list to receive reopening news.

Chair Yoga with Matthew Mitlas

Join area yoga instructor Matthew Mitlas for his signature Chair yoga classes- now offered in 8 week sessions in our Ambler location! Chair yoga is the perfect option for those who have stiff joints and/or trouble getting up and down from the floor. In these classes, we will focus on warming up and moving the major joints in the body (there are 360 of them!) in a variety of poses in the chair along with gentle standing postures next to the chair to support balance. Matthew's classes are warm and welcoming- there is a place for you here!

Wednesdays, 11:30am-12:20pm
Fee:  $40 for the entire eight-week session.  $10 for a drop-in class.