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The Book Drop is now open from dawn to dusk at the new library at 520 Virginia Drive, Ft. Washington. The Book Drop is located on the back wall which allows the items to be returned directly into the building! Please Follow these Guidelines: Last Names starting with A-M return your books Monday, Wednesday or Friday. Last Names starting with N-Z
Dear Patrons and Friends, With the county now entering the green phase and the UD Library's impending move I wanted to share with you what library services are available. Borrowing Books: You may borrow books from other libraries! While the UDPL is not a pickup location due to our move, neighboring libraries are fulfilling our patrons requests for items.
Update: Where Do I Pick up my Current Items on Hold? The UDPL will be providing contactless pickup during the week of June 15 for your book and other item requests that were already on our shelves before closure in March 2020. You will have received or will receive a call from the UDPL staff if you have something
Per Governor Wolf’s plan to reopen Pennsylvania, Montgomery County will enter the yellow phase this Friday, June 5. For us, this means the state is easing some restrictions and that staff are permitted to reenter libraries to prepare buildings and collections to phase back in services. This does not mean a return to business as usual, but rather
Dear Patrons and Friends, I hope you and your families are staying well. It has been nearly nine (long!) weeks since our library building, along with all other PA public libraries, was closed by the Department of Education/Office of Commonwealth Libraries as part of the state’s efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. During this time, I hope you’ve taken
In the past two months, we've showcased many of the digital resources you can access with your Upper Dublin library card. Today the focus shifts from books to magazines! RBdigital Magazines calls itself the "world's largest newsstand" and offers full-color digital magazines that you can read through a computer browser or through Apple, Android, or Kindle Fire apps.
It's fair to say that we are living in unprecedented times where we're finding it tricky to do some of the most mundane tasks. Things we are used to doing quickly and easily like grocery shopping or talking with our neighbors, have become much more difficult. But even though we aren't doing things exactly as we used
Our building may be closed, but UDPL librarian, Molly Kane, and the UDPL 3D printers are hard at work printing Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) for medical personnel and other essential workers. Molly created a video about the project and you can watch it below! For more info about the Phoenixville Area Covid19 Makers: Facebook Group Fully Detailed Google Doc Molly will
Today, Sunday April 19, 2020, is the first day of National Library Week! This year's theme is "Find the Library at Your Place" which has a special meaning in these strange and uncertain times. UDPL is committed to bring the library to you until it's safe for you to come back to visit us again! On Monday, 4/20,
When the UDPL Online Resource Center opened at the end of March, our main focuses was on helping our patrons get reliable information about COVID-19, connecting families with educational resources, and making sure that everyone has access to our digital books and other downloadable and streamable collections. We also wanted to make sure that you know how