Events

LGBTQ in 2018 Stay Woke is a club for teens that like to stay informed about the social issues and current events that shape our world. Join us for information, discussion, and debate. Led by Widener University student Veronica Hudson and group facilitator Jenifer Phillips, this group aims to discuss a poignant topic every month. January’s topic will be LGBTQ Read More

Circle Time is a 20-minute rhyme and movement intensive program for children of all ages and a caregiver. The program provides wiggles and giggles for all! Purpose of the Program: To stimulate the brain, increase phonological awareness, provide language and vocabulary development, and provide an alternative to the traditional storytime. Circle Time includes: Nursery rhymes, songs, and fingerplays; Age appropriate books; Read More

Snuggle up for Pajama Storytime with Ms. Danielle! Enjoy good night tales with Ms. Danielle before heading to bed.  This program is for children of all ages and their caregivers. Children are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite jammies! Please help us provide the best experience for all by selecting an age-appropriate storytime for your child! Ages: All ages and a Read More

A Book Club at the Bar On the 3rd Tuesday of each month we meet at Oakmont National Pub (31 E Eagle Road, Havertown) to discuss a new book.  We read books across a variety of genres and welcome any newcomers! This Month We will discuss American War by Omar el Akkad.  There are copies behind the Reference Desk that are Read More

Join us to explore the differences between sadness and depression. Michael D’Angelo, from the Center for Pastoral Counseling of Greater Philadelphia, will discuss the key differences between the two (and there are many.)  He will also cover ways to treat depression (medication vs. no medication) and how simple daily activities can significantly change how you feel. Mike D’Angelo is a Nationally Read More

Books and Babies is a fun-filled 20 minute storytime program for our youngest customers, babies birth through 23 months and a caregiver with Ms. Yolaine.  The programs are fun for babies and parents alike! Purpose of the program: To stimulate the brain, increase phonological awareness, provide language and vocabulary development. Books and Babies program includes: Age appropriate books; Songs and rhymes, Play Read More

Circle Time is a 20-minute rhyme and movement intensive program for children of all ages and a caregiver. The program provides wiggles and giggles for all! Purpose of the Program: To stimulate the brain, increase phonological awareness, provide language and vocabulary development, and provide an alternative to the traditional storytime. Circle Time includes: Nursery rhymes, songs, and fingerplays; Age appropriate books; Read More

LEGO Club is back.  Each week we’ll have a new building challenge and then showcase our creations. Please register for one session only during the winter cycle! Please click here to register! Ages: Grades K-5 Cost: Free Contact: HTFL Youth Services at youthservices@haverfordlibrary.org