What's Happening
April 2021
DIrector's Corner:
Spring is here! Though we won't be holding the International Spring Festival this year, we are planning to be back in 2022 with that event.  With more daylight hours since Daylight Savings Time has begun, the library has increased our Browse and Borrow hours to 10am to 7pm Monday through Friday and 10 am to 3 pm on Saturdays. The other change we made recently is the switch from Overdrive (Libby) to cloudLibrary as the provider of our e-books and streaming audiobooks.  cloudLibrary allows us to seamlessly borrow from other participating libraries' digital collections in a virtual Inter-Library Loan service.  Thus expanding our offerings almost fortyfold! Digital magazines are now offered through cloudLibrary Newsstand
I hope that you find it easy to make these transitions.  Please let me know if you have any questions or feedback.
April 4-10 is National Library Week.  The theme this year is Welcome to your Library.  "During the pandemic, library workers continue to exceed their communities' demands and adapt resources and services to meet their users' needs during these challenging times. Whether people visit in person or virtually, libraries offer endless opportunities to transform lives through education and lifelong learning." April is also National Poetry Month. You can find ways to celebrate at
Miss Lisa's Storytime on Facebook Live
Remember to join Miss Lisa on the library's Facebook page, for storytime Thursday and Friday mornings at 10:30.

Ruby's Birds Virtual presentation
Wednesday, March 31 at 11 am
     There is still room to join us for a virtual presentation of Ruby’s Birds. We will join the Delaware Nature Society on Zoom, read the book, and investigate different characteristics that help birds meet their needs. We will view nests and listen to bird calls to discover fun facts about our local feathered friends. Part of the Longwood Gardens Commuity Read, this program is appropriate for ages 4 and up. Register on Eventbrite.

Book Discussion: The Home Place
Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with Nature on April 19 at 7pm via Zoom.
Birds are a lifelong passion for Drew Lanham, and in his book, The Home Place, he examines his history and path, its influences, and his struggles. Readers follow his journey as a successful wildlife ecologist who, along the way, uncovers lessons about legacy and his own need to inject a deeper sense of human caring into his life and work. Register on Eventbrite
Art After Dinner: Spring Fox
Thursday, April 8 at 7:00pm

Our Art After Dinner workshops have been super popular. Often filling up within a couple of days after registration opens. There is still room for the April 8 session. During this live, guided tutorial, participants will use a pencil and shading tool to draw this spring fox. Register on Eventbrite to get the Zoom link and join us.
Spring Cleaning your Eating Habits
Virtual presentation April 13 at 12pm

Join the Lansdale Library and ShopRite of Hatfield dietitian Jena for a virtual nutrition presentation about Spring cleaning - your eating habits that is! You'll walk away with tips to lighten up your eating habits and ideas for foods popular during the springtime that are perfect for a better-for-you lifestyle. Register on Eventbrite
Get in the Game Tuesdays at 7pm
Games are educational. They involve critical thinking, problem solving, and a constant learning cycle based on hypothesizing, experimenting and evaluating. Games meet developmental needs, encourage social interaction between peers and non-peers, enforce rules and boundaries, encourage
creative expression, reward competence and achievement, and provide opportunity for self-definition. Join us on Zoom for Game Night.  Email for the Zoom link.
The Case for Fair Housing Policies: From Dehumanization to Civil Rights
April 12 at 7:30 pm

Guest Speaker: Angela McIver, the Chief Executive Officer of the Fair Housing Rights Center in Southeastern Pennsylvania, is a national leader and advocate for Fair Housing for all. For more details, visit

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Lansdale Public Library serves the residents of the Borough of Lansdale. Nonresidents are welcome to join for an annual family membership fee of $35. The library receives no state or school district funding. It is supported by dedicated funding from Lansdale Borough and through membership fees,donations, and fundraising activities. Membership scholarships are available for those in need. We are issuing and renewing cards via our website or call 215-362-2666 or email
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