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Adventures in DVD ordering

Kathy, our cataloger in a Read poster

I was going to tell you my secret to making a red light turn green. But then I remembered another issue….why the library is not able to purchase certain television series on DVD. I have received requests to purchase the series: The Crown with Claire Foy (a Netflix original). Ever since I saw it so many months ago, I

Escapism at its finest

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As you may have guessed, we have a rotating schedule for this blog: this week is my week...and you can tell by the timing (5 pm on a Friday) that I jumped right on that immediately. The truth is that the national news has been so grim that I've been at a loss as to what to write about.

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Dear Library Patrons, Thank you for your continued interest and support of our wonderful public library. Today I am excited to share with you this recent Ambler Gazette article regarding the very recent action by the Upper Dublin Township Board of Commissioners to purchase the vacant two-story building (former pharma company offices) at 520 Virginia Drive. Once completed,

Avoiding Ransomware Class

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Hi folks, If you weren't able to attend our Protecting your Data from Viruses & Ransomware class, here is the presentation and the handout! Ransomware presentation Ransomware handout -Kay  

Molly Kane, Head of Teen Services and Emerging Technologies

When it comes to works about the Great American Road trip, I've always been much more of a Steinbeck Travels with Charley kind of girl than On the Road or Easy Rider. The entirety of the quote I stole from Steinbeck to make my blog title is this: "A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike. And all plans,

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Introducing “This Made Me Think,” a series of musings on stuff that made me take pause, that stuck with me, that, well, made me think. To get us started, here are a few things I saw on a recent jog around my neighborhood that made me think. Taking a moment to truly experience my surroundings helps me focus

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Growing up, every summer my family would take a 3 day drive from Maine and visit my grandparents in Saginaw Michigan. Of course, as a child, most of their house was magical but one of the highlights of the visit for me was the jigsaw puzzle table. They had a screened in porch where you could sit,

Jenn, our children's librarian

Oh my goodness, how the summer is flying by! I hope everyone who reads this is having a great time. I have been very busy and will stay somewhat busy through the end of the month. I am very excited that we have partnered with the Parks and Recreation Dept. again to present the Upper Dublin Family

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Hello! Today, you have the opportunity to hear from our two interns, Rachel and Brian. Both Rachel and Brian have been working at UDPL since the beginning of the summer and have been a huge help to the staff! Before their time at UDPL is over, they wanted to share a few of their experiences and lessons

Kathy, our cataloger in a Read poster

Many years ago, in another life, I caused it to rain ….4 times.  I find out now, I could be charged under 15 U.S.C. §§330a & 330d. Apparently, I was to contact the U.S. Secretary of Commerce before I attempt to change the weather. Who knew? Let me tell you the story…. First I have to set the scene,

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