We need you to share your story
Every year the libraries put together a booklet to share with our local legislators highlighting how libraries have affected the lives of individuals in the community. This helps our law makers make informed decisions on supporting increased funding for libraries across the state. You can help! We’re not asking for your money (though donations are always appreciated), but we need your stories!
Help us provide a personal snapshot of how vital we are to the Tredyffrin community by submitting a story or quote about “how your library is changing your life or family.” Additionally, we would love to have an image of you or your family in the library or using a library resource.
- Has the library provided a life-changing experience for you or a family member?
- Is there a resource or service that you recently found out the library offers that made a significant impact in your daily or weekly routine?
- Has an experience at the library left a lasting impression?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, let us know your story! We want to hear from you. As a small thank you for your support, patrons who provide a story and a picture will receive one free month of rentals at Tredyffrin Township Libraries.
Tree Tenders 3 Session Program beings May 25!
Taught by a team of tree professionals, this three session class is designed to create “citizen stewards” who can properly care for trees in their communities, neighborhoods or yards. Learn tree biology, stressors, identification, planting, care and pruning, and how to choose the right tree. You will spend 1 hour outdoors each evening and plant a tree on the library grounds. Pizza and beverages will be served. $25 per person.
Register for this class at www.pennhort.net/treetenders or contact Barley Van Clief at email@example.com or call 215-988-8793.
Barley VanClief, with the Pennsylvania Horticulture Society took some time to talk to us about this exciting program: Continue reading
Marc Berger in concert, Saturday, March 4th at 2 pm.
Mr. Berger graciously took some time to talk to us before his performance.
Briefly describe yourself & the music you will be performing at the library.
I’m a law school grad and performing songwriter, guitarist and record producer, and an easterner who fell in love with the West in my 20’s. Expect a stripped down performance of my American Western song cycle and album RIDE at TPL. Continue reading
Midcentury Christmas at Tredyffrin Public Library!
We welcome Sarah Archer at the library on Sunday, December 11 to discuss her book Midcentury Christmas.
Ms. Archer took some time to let us get to know her before she comes for her presentation: Continue reading