Fly, Eagles, Fly! Get Ready for the Big Game with the Free Library!

By Kate C. RSS Tue, January 23, 2018

If you’re anything like us, you’re still flying high after the Eagles’ big win over the Vikings on Sunday in the NFC Championship Game.

Now we’ve got two weeks to celebrate and prepare for the Big Game on Sunday, February 4 against the New England Patriots. Let us help you get ready!

Borrow a shiny football-shaped cake pan from the collection at the McPherson Square Library, and bake something for gameday! Cake pans are just one of the unique items the Free Library lends!









Keep the birds on the brain and check out a birding backpack from one of three neighborhood libraries in our system! Who knows, you might just pick up a new hobby while you’re out clearing your head before February 4.  




Take advantage of the largest provider of free internet access in the region (that’s us!) and hop on a Free Library computer in your neighborhood to watch highlights and hype videos!






Practice your celebration dance with a class near you!









Whip up something delicious for your party with the help of the Culinary Literacy Center!







Brush up on your Eagles trivia in our Knowledge Base, and browse some sports history in our digital collections.








Pass the time before the next game with this catalog list of Eagles books and DVDs available right now with your library card!








Excited for next year already? The Eagles will be playing one game overseas next season, and the Free Library can help you secure your passport as you plan your trip!






If the NFL isn’t your thing, we’ve also put together this list of alternative footballs from around the world!  




Thanks for celebrating with the Free Library! E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!!

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