If you have a garden and a library, you have all that you need.
Roman philosopher, Statesman, Lawyer, and Orator
Come out and visit our friendly snake Simba! He’s our 4 year-old corn snake that loves to be held. See pictures and find out when you can come and hold him or watch a feeding.
The UPV Library is a branch of the Montgomery County -
Norristown Public Library.
The Upper Perkiomen Valley Library is a local resource for research and entertainment for the public. This web site is an extension of our services, providing quality links and information. Feel free to browse the website and look for everything from books to upcoming events. Please Contact Us with any questions or comments you have about our website or the services we provide.
Thursday, May 28 or Friday, May 29 @ 7pm
The Upper Perkiomen Valley Library Drama Club presents their spring musical, "The Return of the Glass Slipper". Come see your favorite characters in this musical retelling of the famous story of Cinderella. Performers range from 2nd to 10th grade in this informal production. All are welcome.
Wednesday, June 10th @ 7:00 pm Penn State Master Gardener Mary McKnight will be here to help you learn how to select plant & care for that beauty of the garden: THE ROSE!
Sign up by calling the library or dropping by! Everything's coming up ROSES at Upper Perkiomen Valley Library!
June 13 - August 15, 2015
Hey Kids, every hero has a story and we will explore yours this summer! Miss Wendy will visit Upper Perk schools late in May to promote our summer program and hand out information about classes. Private school students and homeschoolers may pick up flyers at the library the last week in May.
Starting May 26th you may enter for classes at the library. Names will be drawn on Monday, June 8th.
Tuesday, June 16th @ 7:00 pm
The book choice for June is The Storied Life of AJ Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin.
When his most prized possession, a collection of Poe poems, is stolen, bookstore owner AJ Fikry begins isolating himself from friends, family and associates before receiving a mysterious package that compels him to remake his entire life.
Also available in Large Print or Audio! Let us know if you have trouble getting a copy.
Are you the parent, grandparent or caregiver of a child who is not yet in Kindergarten? We have a GREAT program for you and the child in your life...
1,000 BOOKS BEFORE KINDERGARTEN is a program to help get children exposed to books and story time before they start Kindergarten and to promote reading with children. The more children are exposed to books at home, the more ready they will be for reading & school.
◊ If you read three stories a day, your child will have read over 1,000 books in One Year
It's really simple! All you have to do is...
◊ Register at the Library and pick up your Booklog
◊ Color a picture in the booklog for every book read
◊ Bring the booklog in after you've colored 100 pictures to get a sticker
◊ After you've read 500 books, we will put your name on our "I've Read 500 Books" Wall of Fame
◊ After you've finished 1,000 books, your child will get a plethora of prizes and honors!
This free program has no end date, just try to finish before they begin Kindergarten!
Stop in at the library or call us at 215-679-2020 for more information and to get started!
Have you ever wanted to learn a new language? Did you know we have a FREE language learning program?
Click on the MANGO link below or ONLINE RESEARCH at the bottom of this page and you will be transported to the Main Library's language learning database where you can learn:
◊ Even Pirate!
Sorry, no Klingon but the database is constantly being updated and it's a FUN way to learn a new language. Mango even offers English as a Second Language among its 65 choices.
Did you know a portion of the proceeds from The Community Thrift Shop go to the library?
It's true! Their profits are shared by the library, The Open Link, The Community Life Center in East Greenville, and RSVP (a local volunteer clearinghouse). Please support The Community Thrift Shop at 834 Bitting Alley in Red Hill by shopping or donating clothes and household items. They can also use volunteers to sort donations or run the cash register.
Wanted - Unwanted Legos! The library Lego Club would like to be open to more children, but to do that we need more Legos. If you have any Legos you no longer use please consider donating them to the library. Drop them off any day during library hours. Thanks!
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