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It's that time of year again... where you'll never know what to expect from... Shark Week ! For the past 32 years, Shark Week has grown from a small, PBS-styled series of documentary… continue reading Digital Media Spotlight | Shark Week 2020

By written by Peter SM    August 10, 2020   

Thor and Loki aren’t just characters in the Marvel Universe —they are prominent figures in Norse Mythology, which includes the myths of Scandinavia from Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.… continue reading Virtual Scandinavian Storytelling: Gnomes, Trolls, and Giants—Oh My!

By written by Echo P.    August 6, 2020    1

Do rainy days get you down? For some people, rain seems to spoil the day. I used to think of rainy days as gloomy and gray, but these books have changed my mind.   Rain written by Linda… continue reading Picture Book Highlights | Rain

By written by Monica C.    August 6, 2020   

During the years that Dwight Eisenhower served as Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, he had to contend with some of the most demanding and difficult personalities on two continents.  The… continue reading President Eisenhower, Senator McCarthy, and "The Junketeering Gumshoes"

By written by Richard L.    August 5, 2020   

One of the many challenges experienced by librarians and teachers during quarantine has been connecting with the young people in our communities. How are young people feeling? What are they… continue reading Community Cultural Engagement: Youth Street Art

By written by Catherine M.    August 5, 2020   

Business research is such an important component of business ownership because it helps to lay the foundation on which businesses stand as it relates to industry trends, opportunities, and best… continue reading At Home with BRIC: An Introduction to Searching Business Databases

By written by Sharontina H.    August 4, 2020    1

Something I love about storytelling is the way it brings people together. That is the very reason it can be hard to come by in our current world of social distancing. Many storytellers, including… continue reading Take a Story Stroll and Enjoy a Book in a Brand New Way!

By written by Rachel R.    August 3, 2020   

Ready for some new reads to escape this long, hot summer? Read on for fun and inspiring books to help get you through the dog days of August. Young Children (Up to 2nd Grade) LIFT by Minh Lê… continue reading New Titles Coming to the Free Library in August!

By written by Paul A.    July 31, 2020   

It’s always time to celebrate friends, but did you know National Friendship Day is celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of August? Friends make everything better, don't they? New and old… continue reading Happy National Friendship Day!

By written by Monica C.    July 30, 2020   

The Free Library is pleased to announce a new digital resource that provides access to the most distinguished African American Newspapers in the United States. Cardholders now have access to 10… continue reading Black History. Black News. Black Voices.

By written by Jamie B.    July 30, 2020    3

I’m sure there are many people who are multi-passionate and find joy both in their careers and in the hobbies that bridge the gap between a simple smirk and a big ear-to-ear smile. Business… continue reading Business Librarian and Business Owner: An Exciting Dichotomy

By written by Sharontina H.    July 29, 2020   

This is the second in a series of posts highlighting major figures in jazz history who were from Philly (even if most ended up in New York City). A virtual book discussion of Wishing on the Moon:… continue reading Philly Jazz Legends: Billie Holiday

By written by Ben R.    July 29, 2020   

Whether you are working from home or working in your socially-distanced cubicle, the Regional Foundation Center at the Free Library is here to support you virtually. Check out some of our favorite… continue reading At Home with BRIC: Virtual Nonprofit Resources

By written by Caitlin S.    July 28, 2020    1

The last several months have felt and looked different for all of us, and we have missed seeing you all in our neighborhood libraries. While the Free Library continues to follow federal, state,… continue reading Limited Services Now Available at the Free Library!

By written by Administrator    July 27, 2020    10

Updated Wednesday, July 29, 1:00 p.m. Comments from the Board of Trustees following the meeting on July 27:   The Board of Trustees of the Free Library expresses our profound gratitude to the… continue reading Free Library Board of Trustees Special Meeting

By written by Administrator    July 25, 2020    8

The 2020 Olympic Games were supposed to be starting today in Tokyo, Japan, but the Olympic flame will not be lit this summer . This year's Olympics were postponed back in March due to the… continue reading Digital Media Spotlight: Olympic Memories of the Past

By written by Peter SM    July 23, 2020   

With the close of Pride Month last month, we continue to celebrate and be inspired by all of the stripes found on the Pride flag, and all of the people who are represented by this flag, throughout… continue reading The Rainbow Pantry Comes Back for Seconds!

By written by Shayna M.    July 22, 2020    4

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