Teen Post Category Archives
The Friends of UDPL Proudly Support the Summer Reading Club Now that we’ve celebrated Memorial Day, summer is here and The Friends of UDPL are excited to once again fund the library's Summer Reading Programs for all ages! Registration begins on Monday, June 21 here. To kick off SRC, a Write and Illustrate Contest focusing on animals is underway.
Spreading Smiles During the Pandemic This past year may not have given us many reasons to smile. But Upper Dublin teen Aidan Nadell is committed to turning frowns upside-down. Aidan is a senior at Upper Dublin High School and works as an assistant teacher in the aftercare preschool program at Chabad Garden School. When the shutdown happened last spring,
UDPL received a special visitor in February - Flat Stanley! Flat Stanley is a juvenile fiction book by Jeff Brown that was first published in 1964. In it, young Stanley is flattened by a falling bulletin board which enables him to be mailed across the country to California. Since shortly after the initial publication, teachers across the country
So many great things happened at the Upper Dublin Public Library! Scroll down to read our monthly report. (If you'd like a PDF of the report, please click here!)
We can’t wait to welcome you to your NEW Upper Dublin Library at 520 Virginia Drive! Just imagine: CHILDREN exploring their imaginations through books, music and play. STUDENTS learning to write code, experimenting with 3D printers or studying together. LIFELONG LEARNERS discovering a language, joining a book group or meeting favorite authors. No matter our struggles, these
Dear Patrons and Friends, I hope you have been taking advantage of the UDPL's convenient, drive-thru Service Window, which opened in September. As you know, we have been looking forward to seeing you in the new Library, and are now ready to open our next phase, Grab & Go. While we envisioned our new Library as a place
Dear Patrons and Friends, We are excited to announce this week that the next phase of Upper Dublin Library services is now available. While the library building remains closed as we complete final preparations, you may now pick up your requested titles at the UDPL’s new drive-thru Service Window. Also, phone hours have resumed! Staff members are available
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