Come out to the Township Library of Lower Southampton, 1983 Bridgetown Pike, Feasterville, for the following programs this month!
*Registration is required unless otherwise noted.*
To register, call the library at 215-355-1183 or visit us online: lowersouthamptonlibrary.org.
“Chair Yoga” on Tuesdays at noon.
“Block Heads” on Saturday, August 10th and 24th, from 11:00am–1:00 pm, for ages 5 – 12.
Come build at the library! Explore all the blocks, including Legos, Magna-Tiles, and more! No registration is required.
“Cookbook Club: Instant Pot Edition” on Wednesday, August 14th at 6:30pm.
Choose a recipe and bring a dish to share with others.
Pick up tips and tricks as you learn how to use the Instant Pot together!
“The Sky Tonight Planetarium Show” on Friday, August 16th at 1:00pm or 2:00pm, for ages 5 – 12.
Stars on the Move is bringing their portable planetarium to the library! See the night sky above you as you learn about stars, astronomical events, and current space missions. Space is limited within the planetarium, so only children will be allowed in.
Parents are welcome to wait in the meeting room where they can hear everything that is happening within the planetarium.
Please talk to a librarian if you require additional accommodations.
‘Cosmic Art” on Tuesday, August 20th from 6:30–8:00pm, for those entering grades 5-12.
Recreate NASA images as beautiful pieces of art while learning about the geology of planetary bodies.
“Thursday Morning Movie Club: Danny Collins” on Thursday, August 25th at 11:00am.
Love Al Pacino? Maybe you missed this 2015 comedy where he stars as an aging 1970s rock start who decides to change his life course.
Free coffee will be served and no registration required.
‘Gaming Club: Mystery Edition’ on Friday, August 28th at 2:00pm.
Learn how to play the game Hoax – take on a secret identity and try to uncover others. The best liar wins! Learn how to play or enjoy playing one of the other library games.
Hoax is recommended for ages 14 and up.
“Vaping: The Growing Trend Among Middle and High School Students” on Wednesday, September 4th at 6:30pm.
Between 2017 and 2018, e-cigarette use increased 78% among high school students and 48% among middle school students.
Find out about this growing trend, the hidden dangers, the risks, and prevention.
Presented by the Council of Southeast Pennsylvania.