Inter-generational Collage Playshop
Saturday, March 8, 1:30 pm in the Community Room
Tired of the winter doldrums? Add some vitality to your weekend! Experiment with multimedia collage with artist Dorothy Heine Rudolph. Bring materials of your choice to share (paper, fabric, light-weight hardware, etc.) and your imagination.
Register at the Reference Desk (215-723-9109, ext. 3).
Spring Gardening Programs
Introduction to Flower Gardening
Wednesday, March 12, 7pm
For the beginner. Master Gardener Karrie Hontz will review the basics of soil preparation and garden site evaluation. She will recommend plant selections that grow well in our local soils in sun and shade.
Pruning Ornamental Plants and Spring Garden Prep
Wednesday, March 19, 7pm
Get ready for spring by learning proper pruning techniques for perennials, trees and shrubs. Also learn about soil testing, mulching and bed preparation. Presented by Master Gardener Rebecca Boylan.
Glorious English Gardens
Wednesday, April 23, 7pm
If you are a gardener, armchair traveler, or a fan of Downton Abbey, come along for a look at some of the great gardens of England. And you won't even need a passport! Presented by Master Gardener Pauline Myers.
Saturday, May 10, 1:30 pm
Local poultry keeper and breeder, Marie Crawford, will teach you how to raise your backyard flock sustainably and holistically. The perfect starter course for your new flock.
Advance registration is required.
Adult Story Time
Join Nicole for an interactive story time for adults with special needs and their caregivers. We will meet February 4, March 4 and April 1 from 11:30 am to 12:15 pm in the Community Room.
Registration begins January 6. Register at the Reference Desk or call 215-723-9109, ext. 3.
Affordable Care Act Help
Need assistance with the Affordable Care Act?
Steve Gottlieb and Liz Gimelson of Metro Bucks Insurance Agency will be at the library on the following days to help you navigate the new federal healthcare website.
Saturday, March 15, 11am - 1pm
Thursday, March 20, 6 - 8pm
For more information, or to schedule assistance at another time, call their office at 267-296-8493.
Learn to be a better babysitter on March 22, 29 and April 5 (students must attend all three sessions) from 9 am to noon. (April 12 snow makeup day if needed.)
The library is once again offering the 4-H Babysitting Course for students ages 11-15 years. Those who attend all sessions and show maturity and readiness, will receive a certificate of completion.
Class size is limited. Register in person or call Lindy Janson at 215-723-9109,ext. 113. A $10 fee must be paid to hold a student's spot. This course is sponsored by IVPL and Penn State Cooperative Extension.