September 2009

You're Invited: Open the Book Gala

You are cordially invited to attend
the 4th Annual
Haverford Township Free Library

Open the Book Gala
Saturday, October 17, 2009

Celebrating Banned Books Week 2009

Banned Books Week (BBW) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment. Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of free and open access to information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship by spotlighting actual or attempted bannings of books across the United States.

Friends of HTFL Cookbook

A great recipe book compiled by The Friends of Haverford Library is available NOW! Recipes were submitted by your friends and neighbors and represent their favorite tried and true recipes. The cookbook is packed with 385 recipes as well as helpful cooking hints and pictures of local landmarks. It's a perfect holiday gift, hostess gift, and a treat to welcome new neighbors.

Town Hall Meeting with Senator Daylin Leach

Senator Daylin Leach invites you to participate in democracy at his Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, October 1st from 7-8:30pm at the Haverford Township Free Library.

Free Resume Workshop Webinar

Learn how to create a winning resume & get interviews.

Join our FREE Resume Workshop Webinar hosted by resume expert Barbara Stafani on Wednesday, September 30th from 1-2PM.

Senior Community Resources Fair

On September 16th from 5-8PM, seniors and their children/friends/caregivers are invited to come and find out about services and products for seniors from participating private companies and social ser

Computer Workshops

Beginning in September, the library will be offering one-hour basic workshops on various aspects of using a computer.

Children's Program Registration Begins Today

Online only registration for the Fall 2009 selected Children's Room programs begins today. These programs include the Parent/Child Workshop, Pals for Reading, and Kids Yoga.

What is HTFL saving you?

Take a moment and reflect on your library use over the past month, then plug those numbers into the Library Use Calculator here . This will calculate a total value related to the items you checked out and the services and resources you used.