Come out for some March Madness fun at The Free Library of Northampton Township, 25 Upper Holland Road, Richboro, for the following events.
The library fulfills a Civic Literacy by hosting Carl Peridier of the ACLU of Pennsylvania on Tuesday, March 19th at 7:00pm.
Mr. Peridier’s informational talk focuses upon the role that state and local elected officials have on civil liberties and on the Pennsylvania justice system.
Darla DeMorrow is here on Thursday, March 21st at 7:00pm with a new take on decluttering – “All That Clutter Used to be Money.” Stuff you want to organize and perhaps even trash was purchased with good money – how then can you part with it. But with Darla’s “SORT and Succeed” system, save money and clear space – part decluttering, part financial education. Registration is required.
Paying for a college education is a daunting task. On Tuesday, March 26th at 7:00pm, join Dr. Kevin Bukatman with a free workshop entitled “Financial Aid: the Challenges of Paying for a College Education.” He explains these challenges to financing a college education. Registration is required.
Call the library at 215-357-3050 or visit them online at northamptontownshiplibrary.org.
Events for children (no registration required):
Explore an engineering challenge each week with Little Builders, K to second grade on Tuesdays, March 12th through April 2nd at 4:45pm. Enjoy free play with innovative construction toys.
Celebrate the wondrous mathematical phenomenon 3.14 with the library’s “Pi Day” on Thursday, March 14th at 6:30pm, including fun math activities and crafts.
Real “pie” will be served.
The Leprechauns are loose in the library on Sunday, March 17th – take part in a scavenger hunt to find these tricky fellows, for all ages all day.