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There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories. –Ursula K. Le Guin Isn’t it interesting how the very thing you need simply falls into your lap at just the right time? This happened to me recently. I was skimming through the August 2018 BookPage

Molly Kane, Head of Teen Services and Emerging Technologies

When UDPL’s first 3D Printer was delivered back in May of 2015, I was admittedly a novice. My greatest hope as I slid the Cube Printer out of its box was that I would be able to print pre-loaded files until I could figure out how do make my own. My literature background didn’t prepare me for

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True confessions time. Yes, I have sewed for 27 years....but most of it was not using patterns. I have made the occasional garment from a pattern but, mostly, I've sewn historical garments-which are made for you specifically and thus don't really use a pattern-or I've altered pre-made garments. However last year in August, I took the advice of

A treatise on the ridiculous unattainable perfection that is Instagram I’m a little late to the Instagram but have now discovered the enchanted world of Domestic Bloggers - in particular British ones. I follow them religiously checking every morning to see what different angle of their light filtered kitchen they have posted or what steaming loaf of stone

The Quest is On!

Jenn, our children's librarian

Summer is here and so is summer reading, but we have changed things quite a bit this year. We no longer have a summer reading club, we now have Summer Quest! In addition to reading, the children have optional challenges to complete for more prizes. The Quest is for children birth-going into 6th grade. Teens can also

Photo of Library Director Cheri Fiory

Ah, summer. Longer and sunnier days, fewer responsibilities, time for family. The sports and scouts and other after school activities have all come to rest for the next 10 weeks. No more homework (other than the math and writing work I try to make fun. “Aren’t you so excited to write a brief essay on that book

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UDPL began hosting Public Library Interns starting in summer 2014.  Our interns have become a vital part of the library, team assisting us during the busiest library season of the year.  Interns learn all about working at a busy and bustling public library, while we learn about the latest trends in library services.  It’s been such a

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When I was a kid, my grandparents subscribed to Time. Because they lived in Michigan and the Internet had not been invented yet (yes, I'm old), my grandparents would ship a box of Times to us every so often. Ok, they were a couple months old, and the information was dated, but I loved those magazines. Flipping through

Writer’s Block

Jenn, our children's librarian

I am suffering from writer’s block. There are probably a dozen things I can write about for this post, but none of them are inspiring me to write about them. Things are very busy at the library with school visits and summer preparation. Things are busy at home with spring cleaning and events to attend. My mind is

Photo of Library Director Cheri Fiory

This past Saturday, April 28, the Library participated in a celebration of all things Upper Dublin as part of #UDBetterTogether organized by Upper Dublin School District and the Excellence and Equity Committee and in partnership with Upper Dublin organizations. Besides sharing information on a great initiative called the Reading Without Walls Challenge and summer programs, Saturday’s community

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