Daedalus Education Services presents Score-Raising Workshops:
*SAT/PSAT Math Review Monday thru Wednesday, July 9-11
*SAT/PSAT Verbal/Writing Review Monday thru Wednesday, July 16-18
All Sessions 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
One Course: $290.00 ($195 + $95 Books)
Two Courses: $485.00 ($390 + Books)
Download the sign up form and remit payment to the Circulation Desk at the Library. Click here for the Sign up Form.
Private Tutoring Also Avaialable. Questions? Please contact Daedalus Education Services directly at 609-263-6798 or 610-449-6311.
All Proceeds Benefit the Library.
Join us for Piccirillo Sciencetelling on Wednesday evening at 7pm in the Children's Room!
With castles, kings, a dragon keeper, an Ice Sorceress, the Horn of Fire, two villagers, and a daring journey to save the entire kingdom, enjoy this spectacular adventure as we're swept away to a world where dragons are real, dreams come true, and only the most daring of people will survive to tell the tale!
Join us as we learn about the science of Fire & Ice by telling a tale of Dragons & Dreams using experiments of flash paper, exploding bottles, "cool" dry ice, and much more. Wouldn't dragon's breath be an amazing sight!?!
Sponsored in part by the the Delaware County Library System, the Friends of HTFL and our 2012 Major Events Business Sponsors: Joel Perlish Photography, Daedalus Education Service, iradiophilly.com, Ardmore Toyota/Scion, Foote Orthodontics, Peppers Café & Catering, Ranieri & Kerns Associations, Casemate Publishers, Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC
July 27 - Philadelphia Mandolin and Guitar Ensemble & Italian Water Ice
August 24- Open Mic Night
**Bring your lawn chairs for an evening under the stars!
No registration required to attend events.
Join us as we commemorate the Titanic’s maiden and only voyage on Sunday, June 10th at 2pm. Performers and researchers Nancy Walkers and Jef Savage will perform social dances from the Titanic era while dressed in period clothing. They will also discuss the importance of dance in its cultural and social context while also
including musical excerpts and personalities associated with the Titanic like the “Unsinkable” Molly Brown.
The program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required, but highly recommended.
This is a Commonwealth Speaker Presentation, a program of the Pennsylvania Humanities Council supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.