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Monday, June 5th from 5PM-6:30PM

MakerSpace is an open place for children ages 5-12 to create the art they want to make. This week we will be making art with Legos!

No registration required
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Wednesday Matinee Movies

June 7th at 1PM: Living (Rated PG-13, 102 min.)

Movies are back! No registration is required. See above photo for schedule or view our Google Calendar.

No registration required
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Family Movie Nights in the Summer

Wednesday, June 7th at 5PM: Inside Out

Family Movie Nights are starting up at the end of this month, beginning with Up. No registration is required. See above photo for the schedule or view our Google Calendar.

No registration required

STEAM Play Group

Tuesday, June 13th and 27th at 11AM

This is a free play group for ages (0-5) and their caregivers. There will be STEAM activities for children to enjoy and give caregivers time to connect through play!

No registration required
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Red Cross Blood Drive

Thursday, June 15th from 1PM-6PM

Come give blood on June 15th and receive a $10 gift card via email!


Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research 

Tuesday, June 20th from 1PM-2PM

For centuries, we’ve known that the health of the brain and the body are connected. But now, science is able to provide insights into how lifestyle choices may help you keep your brain and body healthy as you age. Join us to learn from the Alzheimer's Association about the latest research providing insights into how to make lifestyle choices that may help you keep your brain and body healthy as you age, and use hands-on tools to help you incorporate these recommendations into a plan for healthy aging.

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Nancy Drew Mystery Event

Tuesday, June 20th from 4PM-6PM


Grades 4-9 are invited to the library to solve a Nancy Drew themed mystery and enjoy pizza!

This event is full, please join the waitlist.


Steve Dragon Author Visit

Wednesday, June 21st at 1PM

Steve Dragon visits & reads from Were You Born a Dragon? Learn how to draw a dragon with the illustrator. Aimed towards children grades 1-6. Registration is required for this limited event!

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First Day of Summer Reading

Wednesday, June 21st

We will have your Summer Reading packets available, with pencils, stickers, and bookmarks. Celebrate with us!

No registration required

Virtual Author Visit with Misako Rocks!

Wednesday, June 21st from 6-7:30PM

Misako Rocks! is a Japanese manga comic artist based in New York City who's published several manga books and teaches online manga classes. She is going to give us the behind-the-scenes story of writing BOUNCE BACK and a kawaii manga lesson! This is a Zoom based event that can be done from home or from the library.


Beach Day at the Library

Wednesday, June 28th at 11AM

Join Miss Erin for a Beach Day Storytime and a Rainbow Jellyfish Art Project afterwards at 11:30.

Registration is required for this limited event. Make sure to bring a beach towel to sit on during Story Time!

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One on One Computer Tutoring

By appointment only

Would you like one-on-one help to better understand Windows, how to best manage your files, help with Microsoft Word or Excel, Email, browsing the web, security questions, or anything else specific on your PC? Get assistance by having someone sit with you and help you understand using your PC. Sign up now for one-on-one computer tutoring. Indicate a few preferred dates and times plus the topics you would like help with. Call 215-699-5410 or email with your information.  The fee is $10/hour.

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PA MEDI Medicare Counseling

By appointment only

Free health insurance counseling by designed to help Pennsylvanians age 65 and older, and those with disabilities. Held on site at the North Wales Area Library.

Please contact Bill Maclean at 610-563-7967 or to set up your appointment!

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The more that you read, the more things you will know.

The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.

Dr. Seuss

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