Click on the logo above to go to a great website that supports libraries; find out how you can contact your legislators to tell them how important the public library is to you. Get involved! Check it out.
Save Your McCaffrey's Supermarket receipts and bring them to the library when you come. Place your receipts in the small shopping cart at the desk reserved for these receipts.
Each month McCaffrey's give the Friends a percentage of the total of these tapes. Tapes can only be redeemed for one month from the date of purchase, so please bring in your tapes promptly!! Thanks for participating and thanks to McCaffrey's for their generosity.
Our April sale is the bargain sale. All children's books are 50 cents or one dollar. All adult books are one dollar. These books are mostly paperbacks, with some older hard cover books included. Music CDs, DVDs, books on tape, puzzles, and games are one dollar. No hard cover fiction books are included except for one special selection of 2013 (and possibly 2014) copyrights and other best sellers or specially selected books for three dollars and up. These are the only items priced for more than one dollar.
All items are half priced on the third day of the sale.
May 17 The Passion of Opera
Presented by Margaret Montet, Information Literacy Librarian at Bucks County Community College. Since the Renaissance, composers have been combining music, acting, storytelling, costumes and scenery with symbolism, mythology and history to create a comprehensive musical experience. Explore the history of opera and discover the innovators of the art form such as Gluck, Mozart, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet and Wagner. This lecture will include a PowerPoint presentation, as well as musical examples on video and audio. Learn how to locate, select, and prepare for your own transformative opera experience.
May 24th Special Animals: Who Are They? What Makes Them Special?
Naturalist Gail Hill from the Peace Valley Nature Center will discuss the animals with some amazing adaptations that live around us. These animals need to be able to survive being eaten, finding food and staying safe. We shall explore this by taking a closer look at these animals and figuring out what makes life better for them. We shall be checking out various taxidermy animals from mammals to reptiles to discover their means of survival.
NO April mtg
MONTHLY MEETINGS HELD THE SECOND FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH, EXCLUDING APRIL, AUGUST AND DECEMBER.
Click on the Friends logo above to see the calendar of Friends meetings and events.
2nd Tuesday of each month @various libraries
April 15 - @ Yardley
May 21 - @ Bensalem
June 17 - @ Levittown