Spotlight

Sounds of Summer: Open Mic Night

Join us on Friday, August 22nd, at 7:30pm for our annual Sounds of Summer Open Mic Night in the HTFL Parking Lot.

Have a musical talent or a comic streak? Bring it to HTFL! 

Open to all ages, 5 minutes maximum, and keep it clean. Sign up by clicking here

In the event of rain or extreme heat, programs will be moved to the Community Room.  

Sounds of Summer Series is being made possible by a grant from the Haverford Township Civic Council

What About the Boys?: Raising Happy, Healthy & Independent Sons in 2014

Join this discussion about boys and the challenges they face growing up in today’s world on Wednesday, October 8th at 7pm, at the Haverford Middle School.  Learn strategies to help your sons thrive in school, be a good friend, and develop resilience to handle life’s bumps.  This program is for all parents (and other adults who impact the lives of boys) who care about the development of boys and want better ways to support not just their physical, but also personal growth.

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Flower Power Fall Bulb Sale

Support the Friends of Haverford Township Library and beautify your home at the same time with this fall's Flower Power Bulb Sale.

50% of the purchase price goes directly to the library and with one low shipping fee right to your door at the appropriate time for planting, why not?

Plant for Fall and enjoy lovely blooms next Spring!

Careers @ HTFL

Would you like to be a part of the team? The Haverford Township Free Library recognizes that only with a dedicated, enthusiastic and creative staff can we provide the materials, services, and programs that our community has come to expect. If this sounds like the kind of team you'd like to join, please review our current openings and check back periodically for updates.

Current Openings:


HTFL asks all applicants to complete the HTFL Employment Application. Download and print the application or pick up a copy at the Circulation Desk.

Staff Picks

by R. J. Palacio

After being home-schooled for years, Auggie Pullman is about to start fifth grade, but he’s worried: How will he fit into middle school life when he looks so different from everyone else?

by Alice Hoffman

Mesmerizing and illuminating, Alice Hoffman’s The Museum of Extraordinary Things is the story of an electric and impassioned love between two vastly different souls in New York during the volatile first decades of the twentieth century.