Have you seen the new TTL water bottles for sale at your libraries? Celebrate the libraries being the heart of our community, show off your style, and keep yourself hydrated!
These water bottles use technology to keep your choice of beverage hot or cold for hours. They’re super cute too.
Stop by one of the libraries to pick one up or fill out the form below to purchase.
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.
A Note from our friends at T&E Care:
T&E Care is looking for donations of new or gently used clothing for infants through teens for its upcoming Kids’ Clothing Event. Items can be dropped off anytime between March 20-29 at any of the local TESD schools, Tredyffrin Public Library (Wayne) or the Easttown Library (Berwyn). Please only drop items off when the schools/libraries are open. Clothing for all seasons, plus good quality shoes, boots, coats, belts or other accessories will be accepted. Again this year is a teen girls Pop-up Shop – so lots of teen girls clothes will be needed to help make this part of the event extra special! For a list of items not accepted, and for other information, please go to www.tecare.org.
Save the Date
Be sure to also mark your calendars for the Kids’ Clothing Event itself, Thursday, April 4 (4-8) or Friday, April 5 (9-noon) at St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church at 600 Walker Rd in Wayne. This fundraiser for T&E Care is a great chance for everyone to restock your kids’ closets with great quality clothes. Questions, please contact T&E Care at email@example.com.