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Book Discussion
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Discussions are led by English Professors Carla Verderame and Erin Hunt of West Chester University. You can register either via our online calendar, or by calling or stopping by the library.  There is a $10 administrative fee for participating if borrowing the book set.  This fee is waived if the participant purchases the series (available at a discount from the library) or supplies his/her own books.  

Fall 2017 Book Discussion Series:  Click here for a detailed flyer in few weeks.

The Lives We Lead: The Results and Repercussions of Making Choices  

The program dates and titles are:

September 17 Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly 

October 1 News of the World: A Novel by Paulette Jiles

October 15 La Rose  by Louise Erdrich 

October 29 Where All Light Tends to Go by David Joy 

November 12 Nora Webster by Colm  Toibin 

  
All programs will meet from 2-3:30 PM

The Participation Policy (effective Fall 2011) is as follows: There is an administrative charge of $10 per series to participate in the Sunday book discussions for participants who choose to borrow the book set from the library. There will be no charge if the participant supplies his or her own copies of the books, or if the participant purchases all of the books for the series from the library. Call 610-265-4805 or stop in at the library to register

Coloring Night for Adults
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Second Monday of the month at 2PM and 7PM
Bring your friends and enjoy coloring and chatting. Materials are provided. No registration required.

Tech Night
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Own a tablet or cellphone 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 calendar, by calling 610-265-4805 or stopping by the library. 
                                   

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. Check the calendar for next Knit Night.

English as a Second Language Conversation Club

No ESL classes during summer. Classes resume on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesdays at 1PM

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 Denise Long, Reference Librarian at: d