Changes Coming Soon in the Youth Services Department
Beginning on Monday, October 23rd, work will begin on two areas in the Youth Services Department. The computer alcove will be enclosed to transform it into a classroom. This project entails installing a glass wall with a sliding door. Programs for youth will soon be held in this repurposed space, expanding the library's ability to host educational and creative learning opportunities. Also, the partition that borders the play corner in Youth Services will be removed. Programs during the renovation will continue as scheduled, but may take place in an alternative location. 


readingtwoReading with Animals
Monday, October 23rd, 4:30 p.m.
Pals for Life will visit the library with animals that enjoy listening to stories read to them by young readers. Readers should choose a book from the library or their own collection to read to the animals. Registration is required.

wifi icon shutterstock 150x99Check Out a Hotspot Today
The hotspot program allows library card holders to access unlimited, high-speed internet service anywhere a T-Mobile signal can be received. Connect up to ten devices at a time, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. They are perfect for those who have no internet access at home, are going on a vacation, or taking their business on the road. In addtion to our 3 and 7 day hotspots, Easttown Library recently added a new 14 day hotspot. Rental fees apply. Click here for details and to reserve a hotspot today.

An Overview of the Pennsylvania Medical Marijuana Program
Tuesday, October 24th, 7 p.m.
Keystone Shops, a medical marijuana dispensary will soon be opening in Easttown Township. What is medical marijuana? Why was it approved in Pennsylvania? Who qualifies for certified medical use of medical marijuana? Join Dr. M. Louis van de Beek, Chief Medical Officer at Keystone Shops, and Jason Mitchell, General Manager at Keystone Shops, as they answer these questions, plus many more. Click here to register online.

fly key2 200x142Free Flu Shots and SEPTA Senior Key Photo Day
Friday, October 27th
Easttown Library will be offering two important services on one day! Free flu shots for adults 19 and older will be provided by Main Line Health from 9 a.m.—12 p.m. Call 1-866-CALL-MLH to make an appointment. Also, individuals 65 and older can apply for a SEPTA Senior Key Card from 10 a.m.—2 p.m. Call Representative Duane Milne's office at 610-251-1070 to make an appointment. Make reservations early if you wish to coordinate appointments.

Click here for details

Makerspace Thursday: Sew a Hat and Scarf
Thursday, November 2nd, 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 
The Handwork Studio, located in Narberth, will be here to teach hand sewing and sewing machine basics. Sign up and join us to make your own winter hat and scarf! Any question? Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . For teens in 5th through 12th grades. Registration is required

Friends of Easttown Library Fall Book Sale 
Friday, October 27th - Monday, October 30th
The Friends of the Easttown Library will host its semi-annual book sale. Wonderful items have been donated from the community for a great selection of books, movies, and music to choose from. On the last day of the sale, purchase a bag of books for just $5! Click here for sale times. 

VincentCraig2 622x640Classical Piano Concert: Vincent Craig
Sunday, October 29th, 2 p.m.
West Chester University professor and Music Director of the Main Line Unitarian Church, Dr. Craig will present a recital of classical music selections by Ravel, Gershwin, Joplin, and Liszt. Registration is not required.



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