Event Category: Adults

Events for adults age 18 and older.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Technology* *But were afraid to ask   Curious about the new Delco Reads app? Curious about the future of 3G and your phone plan? Frustrated with a device that wont seem to work? Have a technology question for our Technology Librarian? Join us for an in-person program which includes a presentation about the Read More

Attention Quilters! Join us to talk about patterns, techniques, and useful books and to share your handiwork through Show and Tell. This group is hybrid meeting either in the Community Room or virtually via Zoom. To get the Zoom link, email Mary Bear Shannon at shannon@haverfordlibrary.org.

Join us for an evening of short films created by our own Haverford High School students!  Come out to Merwood Park to see the award-nominated film ENGRAM along with other student film shorts.  Bring a blanket or a lawn chair and support these talented students! About ENGRAM: How far would you go to save someone you love?  In this sci-fi Read More

Tea and Stitch is back in the building!  Join us either in person in the Community Room or via Zoom! Share your latest stitching project, drink some tea, and visit! To attend in person, please register.  Space is limited. The Zoom link will be shared weekly if you would like to attend virtually.  To get the link, please email reference@haverfordlibrary.org.

In August 1945, Japan’s future looked bleak. Its navy had been destroyed, and its cities were being razed by US bombers, which had turned to launching atomic weapons. Meanwhile, a million-man Soviet army was crushing Japanese forces in China. Facing annihilation, the country’s leaders had little choice but to surrender, bringing World War II to a smoldering, near-apocalyptic end. How Read More

Do you like graphic novels? Join our new Graphic Novel Discussion Group! Each month readers discuss alternative graphic novels tackling real-life issues and non-fiction subjects, and the independent publishers that release both alternative and mainstream superhero, sci-fi, and fantasy graphic novels and comics. For June we will be reading A Bag of Marbles written by Joseph Joffo and illustrated by Read More