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Please check this section next month as events and activities open up onsite. For now, go to websites and social media spots to learn what’s happening with your favorite clubs and organizations. You can see that most libraries are alive and well, and open (online) with lots of good stuff to do! Have fun…

ABINGTON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
1030 Old York Road • Abington • 215-885-5180
Roslyn Branch Library • 2412 Avondale Avenue • Roslyn
215-886-9818 • Library buildings are closed but librarians
are still available • Check out our online events at
www.abingtonfreelibrary.org and on social media @AbingtonLibrary • Libraries Kids webpage • Story time and activity videos by Montgomery County Library staff • Virtual Dungeons & Dragons • Online Craft and Chat and more.

KLEINLIFE/NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA INSTITUTES NEW TELEPHONE TALK THERAPY
10100 Jamison Avenue • Philadelphia
Telephone talk therapy program to stay connected to seniors Help seniors cope and manage issues related to anxiety and depression associated with the pandemic health emergency
All telehealth support is confidential • There is no cost for this program • For more information call 215-698-7300.

MARGARET R. GRUNDY MEMORIAL LIBRARY PROVIDES ONLINE PROGRAMS
680 Radcliffe Street • Bristol
Programs available through Grundy Museum, Library web pages, social media accounts and YouTube: Book Discussion Club, Knit and Crochet Nights, Video Book Talks for adults and children, “Behind the Scenes” videos including the production of new rugs by Langhorne Carpet, photo and video footage of landscaping and garden improvements • Ancestry tips with the Archivist, themed Virtual Escape Rooms, Video Story times for babies & preschoolers, Virtual Bingo for everyone and more
For more information call 215-788-7891 or email
gerhardb@grundylibrary.org

SOUTHAMPTON FREE LIBRARY ONLINE PROGRAMS
947-Street Road • Southampton
Facebook Groups: Special interest groups moderated by a librarian • Virtual Walking Club, Unbook Club, What’s Cooking at the Library • Health Literacy Webinars w/Doylestown Health: Exercising Outdoors, Managing Work Life Balance, Stress Eating . Online Yoga Classes, Meditation Classes and more • For more information on all the programming go to www.southamptonfreelibrary.org or call 215-322-1415.

BRISTOL CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATION TRIPS
October 3: Bus Trip to Boyertown, PA • Ride on restored, century-old Colebrookdale Railroad • White glove luncheon service in dining car • Visit Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles • $127 inclusive for BCHF members/ $130 for non-members • Reservations thru Sept 4: 215-781-8591.
December 3: Bus Trip to Tarrytown, NY • Tour Lyndhurst Mansion named as one of America’s “Top Holiday Hours Tours” and “Sunnyside,” home of author Washington Irving • $135/members • $138/non members • For more details, information flyer and reservations call 215-788-9408 • Reservations thru October 24.

HUNTINGDON VALLEY LIBRARY
625 Red Lion Rd. • Huntingdon Valley
Summer Learning Begins June 22 • “Imagine Your Story” Summer Learning Program • Through August 9 • Readers of all ages • Divisions where age appropriate starting with emerging readers up to adults • Virtual events • Podcasts Teens contribute art, creative writing, recipes and more to Teen QuaranZine • Million Minute Challenge: Community goal of reading one million minutes during the 7-week program • Many more programs available daily
For more information call 215-947-5138 or visit
www.hvlibrary.org/summer-learning.

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