National Library Week: April 12-18
This year’s National Library Week theme is Unlimited possibilities @ your library. Come celebrate with us! Highlights in Lower Merion include animal programs at Bala Cynwyd and Ludington Libraries, a lecture at Belmont Hills Library, and a drawing at Gladwyne Library. Look inside for information on these events and more. We will also be premiering hoopla, a digital media platform whereby patrons residing in Lower Merion can instantly download movies, TV shows, music and audiobooks. National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association and libraries across the country. Visit www.ala.org for more info.
14 th Annual Penn Wynne 5K Run/Walk
The Penn Wynne 5K Run & Walk, this year at Penn Wynne Elementary
School, benefits the Penn Wynne Library and the Penn Wynne Elementary Home & School
Association. There will be categories for different ages, a moon bounce, face painting,
a post race picnic, and fun for everyone! Registration and additional information are
available online at
| 8:00 am
|| Registration begins
| 8:30 am
|| Organized stretching
| 9:00 am
|| 1-Mile Family Fun Run
| 9:20 am
|| 5K Race
| 10:00 am
|| Toddler Mascot Fun Run
| 10:10 am
|| Awards Ceremony & Picnic
Libraries Closed for Renovation
The Ardmore Free Library and the Penn Wynne Library
are closed for renovation.
The Libraries will reopen on or about Monday, November 16, 2015. Construction updates will be available on this site as the projects move forward.
Library patrons may use the following Lower Merion Libraries during the closure:
Bala Cynwyd Library, Belmont Hills Library, Gladwyne Library & Ludington Library.
*All library books from Ardmore Free Library and Penn Wynne Library may be returned anywhere in the system.
Complete hours for the Lower Merion Libraries may be found on this website under Hours & Holidays or Member Libraries.
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