Event Category: Virtual Program

Join the HTFL Reference Librarians as they discuss the three Rs: What they have Read lately, Recent releases, and book Recommendations on their podcast! You can find our next episode of the podcast on RSS feed directly on our website beginning at 4 pm on Friday, January 28th. All by Our Shelves is now available on the Google and Apple Read More

Just because it’s cliché doesn’t mean that January isn’t the perfect time to organize. Join Certified Pro Organizer ® and author Darla DeMorrow for a little seasonal self-care to address your household hotspots and productivity potholes. Use a little brain science to put the five simple steps of the SORT and Succeed organization method to work, helping you get organized Read More

It’s storytime for our youngest library users! Join library staff for books, rhymes and songs during a virtual storytime. This program will be prerecorded and featured on Facebook and YouTube.   Ages: up to age 2 with adult Cost: Free Contact: Youth Services at youthservices@haverfordlibrary.org

Wednesdays, January 5— March 23—2:00 pm  It’s true that the Beatles fascinate listeners of all ages because of their great, and varied, music. But how did four young men from a faded old seaport in Northern England lead such an epic musical and cultural revolution? How could the story of the Beatles only have happened in such a charged decade? Professor 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 February, we will be reading “Pulp” by Ed Brubaker. About “Pulp”: Max Winters, a pulp writer Read More