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If you're looking for free, personalized academic support while your school or university is closed, the Free Library can connect you to a qualified tutor through Homework Help Online ,… continue reading Homework Help Online: Live Chat with a Qualified Tutor

By written by Jamie B.    March 18, 2020   

One of my favorite things about children is how they ask big questions. When adults have the same questions themselves, it can be hard to figure out how to answer in an age-appropriate manner.… continue reading Picture Book Highlights | Germs Are Not For Sharing!

By written by Naomi S.    March 17, 2020    1

If your school or college is affected by COVID-19, resources from the Free Library are available to help students continue their learning from home. You can find all of these digital tools at… continue reading Learning from Home? The Free Library Can Help!

By written by Jamie B.    March 16, 2020    3

There is a good chance that you have heard about the 2020 Census in the past year, either through news outlets and advertisements or by attending a program. Well, the time is nigh. Starting March… continue reading Everything You Need to Know about the 2020 Census

By written by Marija G.    March 13, 2020   

Today, March 13, is the first of two Friday the 13ths occurring in 2020. I've penned posts in the past of full of screamingly scary streaming selections and now I've returned to shock and… continue reading Spotlight on Digital Media | The Return of 13 Scary Movies to Watch on Friday the 13th

By written by Peter SM    March 13, 2020   

An exciting art installation is underway at Parkway Central Library ! Two soaring, colorful banners, created by celebrated American artist Alexander Calder (1898-1976), are now on display in the… continue reading Free Library Installs Colorful Abstract Banners Designed by Alexander Calder

By written by Alix G.    March 12, 2020   

Do you long for the days of Nick at Nite , TRL , the Spice Girls , and Fresh Prince ? Do you catch yourself saying "as if" and "talk to the hand" in casual conversation? Do you… continue reading The Raven Society and Field Teen Center are Throwing it Back to the '90s!

By written by Jamie K.    March 11, 2020   

By now, you may have seen our ongoing blog series spotlighting the hardworking staff here at the Free Library. Today, we begin a new series where we'll get to know some of the individuals who… continue reading Meet Your Free Library Boards: Barbara Sutherland

By written by Kate C.    March 10, 2020   

Have a genuine interest in reading about women who have influenced history from the Martha Washingtons and Madame Walkers to the Curies and the Clintons ? Don’t have time to get into a… continue reading Women's Work: Biographies of Women Well Worth Knowing for Young Readers

By written by Jeff B.    March 10, 2020   

The Queen Memorial Library is excited to announce the launch of a new Teen Space on Tuesday, March 10, from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.! Stop by for food, games, and fun as we celebrate the culmination of… continue reading Celebrate the Opening of the New Teen Space at Queen Memorial Library!

By written by Liz G.    March 9, 2020    3

Like many holidays, Purim offers all those who celebrate Jewish traditions a chance to make and enjoy handmade goodies. The hallmark sweet treat for this occasion is the hamantaschen , a… continue reading How Do You Hamantaschen? From Cookbooks to Rare Books, Celebrating Purim at the Free Library!

By written by Suzanna U.    March 9, 2020   

Here today gone tomorrow is sometimes the fate of digital content. Paid subscription services such as Netflix add and drop titles monthly. Are your favorite titles disappearing from Netflix?… continue reading Are Your Favorite Titles Disappearing from Netflix?

By written by Susanna W.    March 6, 2020    2

"Women of the world, unite. You have nothing to lose but your chains!" You’ve probably heard a slightly different version of this quote (or, to be fair, misquote ) from Karl… continue reading Women of the World, Unite!

By written by Clare F.    March 6, 2020   

Blog post author Ben Remsen is a Library Supervisor at Kingsessing Library and a participant in Cohort 2 of the Skills for Community-Centered Libraries trainings. November 29, 2019, marked the… continue reading Kingsessing Library Celebrates 100 Years with Fine Forgiveness Jubilee!

By written by Community-Centered Libraries    March 5, 2020   

It’s early March and the Philadelphia Flower Show has just opened – a clear sign that spring is near! The spring equinox, which will arrive on March 19 this year, marks a new season,… continue reading Picture Book Highlights | Spring is in the Air

By written by Monica C.    March 5, 2020   

Last spring, once a week for three weeks, students at the Greater Olney Library played guitars and wrote their own songs. Laughter could be heard from our upstairs meeting room as the students… continue reading Mighty Writers Workshops Help Teach Kids How To Write at Greater Olney Library

By written by Joy K.    March 4, 2020   

Super Tuesday is now behind us. The 11th debate of the Democratic presidential primary is on the horizon. Candidates are dropping out of the race left and right, but it’s still… continue reading Get Your Trusted 2020 Presidential Election News from the Free Library

By written by Jamie B.    March 4, 2020    2

March is Women’s History Month and the Free Library’s Author Events series will feature three related programs that will explore very different eras and the ideas of women. First up,… continue reading Author Events Celebrates Women's History Month

By written by Administrator    March 3, 2020   

"Even if I believed that women should be denied the right of suffrage, wild horses could not drag such an admission from my pen or my lips, for this reason: precisely the same arguments used… continue reading Women's History Month 2020: Stories We Know, Stories We'll Discover

By written by Kalela W.    March 3, 2020   

March of 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of our country’s nationally proclaimed Women’s History Month ! This year’s celebration is dedicated to the " Valiant Women of the… continue reading Telling Her Story: Picture Books to Celebrate Women’s History Month

By written by Emily S.    March 2, 2020   

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