Fall is here and this November, the Feasterville Library will be featuring some new and forward-thinking programs for you to enjoy.
We are excited to announce the addition of Roku media players to our collection. Each Roku allows you to access four popular premium channels: Prime, Netflix, Hulu and Acorn TV.
Roku is the simplest way to stream content. All you need is a Smart TV with a HDMI outlet.
It couldn’t be easier! Come in today and check one out.
‘Scheduled Programs for November 2021’
*Registration for these virtual programs is required unless otherwise noted.* To register, call the library at 215-355-1183 or visit us online: lowersouthamptonlibrary.org.
‘Virtual Chair Yoga’Tuesdays onNovember 9th,16th, 23rd and 30that noon. Grab you chair and get into shape! Chair Yoga is back. Join Elda for an hour-long workout you will be sure to love.
‘RPG’Tuesdays onNovember 9th,16th, 23rd and 30that 6:30pm. Join us every Tuesday as we go on adventures in Dungeons & Dragons. Once you have registered, we will contact you with further details. All experience levels welcome. Please create a character or find pre-made characters for free online.
‘Minecraft Makers’Thursdays onNovember 4th and 18th. Grades 1 and up at 4:30pm; Grades 5-12 at 6:30pm. Sign up for the library’s Minecraft Realms server and join us each week to hang out with friends and build. Join our library Discord server to voice chat with friends as you play. Joining Discord is optional. The library uses the Bedrock edition, which is compatible with Windows 10, mobile devices, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One.
‘The Dogs of Chernobyl: 35 Years After the Nuclear Reactor Accident, My Story’ on Tuesday, November 9th at 6:30pm. Join Animal Behaviorist Stephen Quandt for a presentation about the dogs that descended from the pet dogs left behind after the Chernobyl nuclear accident of 1986. Featuring photos/videos from the abandoned towns of Pripyat and Chernobyl City in the exclusion zone around the plant. This rare look at Chernobyl and the dogs (as well as some people) who continue to live there is at times scary, poignant, and in the end – hopeful. Be sure to register for this program now. This program promises to be both entertaining and informative.
‘Barks and Books’onSaturday, November 13that 10:30am. Lucy the dog will be back visiting us, and she wants you to come read a story to her! Lucy will be here 10:30 to 11:00am every other Saturday. Visit Lucy’s special reading spot on the benches right outside the front door! Registration is NOT required.
‘Ted Circle’on Wednesday, November 17that 6:30pm. Register to receive the link to this virtual program. This month’s theme is “Exploration”. After viewing the talk, we will participate in a lively discussion of the topic.
‘Guided Tour of We the People Exhibit at the National Constitution Center’ on Thursday, November 18th at 4:00pm. Haven’t been out to museums during the pandemic? No problem. We’ll give you a virtual guided tour of the ‘We the People’ exhibit at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. When you are ready to go out again, you can check out our library museum pass that gives you free entry to the museum! Register to receive the link to this free virtual program for adults, school-age kids, tweens, and teens.
‘Whimsical Art Series: Color Pencil Vibrant Eagle Drawing’ on Saturday, November 20th at 10:30pm. Join art instructor Anita Thompson, as she shows us how to draw a vibrant eagle with colored pencils. Participants need to supply their own materials.
The library will be closed on November 11th (Veteran’s Day) and November 25th (Thanksgiving).