What does is mean to be a grandparent today? How different is our role as grandmother or grandfather these days? Let's talk about the decisions we need to make -- from deciding what name to have the grandkids call us to choosing which granparenting styles work for us. Join the discussion on Friday, December 2nd at 12 noon.
Join the festivities on Wednesday, December 7th at 12 noon at Book Bites as staff members review some of their favorite books of 2011.
Eat a delicious lunch , enter to win a door prize and enjoy a cozy
Please register on EventKeeper, or call the Reference Desk at 610-446-3082, extension 201. Tickets will be available for purchase beginning Monday, November 21st. You may also charge your ticket online here, please specify that this donation is for Book Bites.
A $5 donation is requested. We will hold your ticket until the day of the event.
When a Victorian woman said she was going to dress for dinner, it may well have been her fourth change of clothes that day!
And did you ever wonder what they wore under those fancy, cumbersome dresses?
You can find out by attending Unlacing the Victorian Woman, Sunday, November 13th at 2pm. The program is presented by costume designer and historian Barbara Meyer Darlin. This program has been described as a one-woman fashion show, a social history lesson, a conceptual-performance/ lecture, and a Victorian striptease.
Kids in grades 1-5 are invited to register for our newest collaboration with the HandWork Studio – Winter Holiday Crafting. This three-week session will spend a week each on Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa.
The programs will be Tuesdays, December 6, 13, and 20 at 4pm in the Rotary Room.
Registration is REQUIRED. Please click here to sign up.