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March Programs
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                                 March Madness at the library
                   
Click here to register for all the programs in March  
                                             
 Winter Reading Program from January 3, 2017 to March 20, 2017 . Read, Register & Review to win exciting prizes. Register via our library’s website or come in person to register.


                                  FREE SAT Practice Test
                                  Saturday, March 4 · 10am

High school students may take a free SAT practice test at the library. Score will not go on record. Co-sponsored by Huntington Learning Center, King of Prussia. Registration required.
 
                               College Admission Made Easy
                                   Monday, March 13 · 7pm

Attend our College Admissions seminar and learn what you can expect from each stage of the college admissions process, how the admission board selects students, and what college will allow you to thrive academically and personally. Seminar led by professionals from Princeton Review. Registration required.

                                           Dance & Define
                                   Monday, March 20 · 6:45pm

Enjoy Library sponsored FREE exercise classes at the new Community Center. Need not be a member but must register through the library. Come & enjoy the class while your body tones! Please arrive 10 minutes early at the community center to check in and sign the waiver. Registration required.

                     Millennial Women: Anxiety & How to Cope
                              Wednesday, March 22 · 7pm

Therapist, Kellie Brunton, will discuss tools, tips and techniques to promote wellness and stress-relief from a mindfulness and meditative perspective. During this workshop you will identify and practice mindfulness techniques for daily self-help and learn and practice 5 simple steps to reduce anxiety in the moment. 

                                     Social Security Workshop
                            Thursdays, March 23 & March 30 · 6:30pm

Attend this seminar and learn when you should apply for Social Security, how you can maximize your benefits, how to minimize taxes on Social Security benefits, how to coordinate Social Security with your other retirement benefits, what is Medicare, how to apply for coverage, and much more. Registration required.

                                  Make your Own Essential Oil
                                   Tuesday, March 28 · 7pm

Join us as we explore our favorite stress-relief oils and suggested uses. Materials will be provided. Donations to cover the cost are welcome. Registration required.

                                   FREE ACT Practice Test
                                 Saturday, March 25 · 10am

High school students may take a free ACT practice test at the library. Score will not go on record. Co-sponsored by Princeton Review. Registration required.

                                           Jax 4 Jokes
                             Wednesday, March 29 · 7pm

Come enjoy our Library's first ever STAND UP COMEDY SHOW. Presented by Jack Ludwig. Registration required.

Tech Night on Monday, March 6 · 7pm
Adult Coloring Night on Monday, March 13 · 2pm and 7pm
Knit Night on Monday, March 27 · 7pm

Winter Reading Program from January 3, 2017 to March 20, 2017 . Read, Register & Review to win exciting prizes. Register via our library’s website or come in person to register. 



Coloring Night for Adults
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Second Monday of every month at 2 pm and 7 pm
Bring your friends and enjoy coloring. Materials will be provided. Feel free to Walk in.


Tech Night
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 Own an ipad or an iphone but have trouble using it? Planning on buying, but the latest technology troubling you? Our youth volunteers are here to help you. You can register via our online calendar, or by calling 610-265-4805 or stopping by the library. 
                                   Click here for dates

Knit Night
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                               Fourth Monday of the Month
For all ages - from veterans to wanna-be knitters. If you don't know how to knit and want to learn, our more experienced knitters are always eager pass on their skills, and some advanced knitters are usually available to help with patterns and designs.
                               Click here for dates

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One Book, One Community

  • Summer 2015: Unfair by Adam Benforado
    The One Book, One Community program will be held Thursday, September 9 th from 7:00 - 8:30 pm.
  • Refer to the flyer for the most current information for this upcoming program.  (will be uploaded soon)
  •  Copies will be soon be available to purchase or borrow through the library. Registration is requested. Contact the library at 610-265-4805 for more information.  




ONGOING EVENTS

Knit Nights

Fourth Monday of the Month    

  • For all ages – from veterans to wanna-be knitters. If you don’t know how to knit and want to learn, our more experienced knitters are always eager pass on their skills, and some advanced knitters are usually available to help with patterns and designs.

 

English as a Second Language Conversation Group

Tuesdays at 1:00 pm    

  • Upper Merion Township Library, usually in the Valley Forge Room
For adults who speak English as a second language, this program allows you to practice your English through conversations about books, short stories, and news articles.  The class leader is Mrs. Jean Olexy, a certified ESL teacher. Anyone who speaks English as a second language is welcome to drop in.  If you are a native English speaker and would like to volunteer to help, email


Seminars & Counseling for Small Businesses
The library partners with the nonprofit group SCORE to provide free and low-cost classes on starting and owning a business as well as free counseling and advice for budding entrepreneurs and business owners. Visit the SCORE website for more information or to register.

AARP Tax Assistance
Each year during tax season, the library hosts AARP volunteers.  Basic tax preparation is available free to senior citizens.   Appointments are required, and can be made beginning in late January.