Library Hours


To Springfield Township Library

Welcome to your community library! The Springfield Township Library provides for your informational, educational and recreational needs in many ways. Combining traditional with state of the art electronic resources, the library staff is here to assist you in meeing your library needs. The library is open 61 hours a week including nights and Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays. A librarian is always on duty and telephone service is available when the library is open.

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GSK Science in the Summer

Registration will begin May 4, 2015.  Classes at Springfield will be held Monday, July 20 through Thursday, July 23.  Classes will be longer and have been changed from four days to two.  Level I classes for children entering 2nd & 3rd grade will be held at 10:00 am - 12:00 Noon.  Level II classes for children entering 4th through 6th grades will be held from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.  Our topic will be chemistry.  More information will be available soon.

Spring Session Youth Programs - April 27 to June 5
Visit our Youth Programs page for more information.

The Companies You Keep.....


     Consumers always seek information about companies.  Looking for the headquarters of a particular company?  What is the rating of my insurance company?  Is there anything that compares companies?  These and many other questions can be answered at your library!

       The library has many sources for these and other questions.  Sources such as Headquarters USA, Best Insurance Rating Guide, Harris Pennsylvania Industrial Directory, Pennsylvania Business Directory, Pennsylvania Manufacturers Register, Weiss Rating Guide to Banks, Weiss Rating  Guide to Credit Unions, and the Delaware Valley Consumers' Checkbook are available for your use.

The librarians at your library are ready to provide these sources to improve the companies that you keep!   Call 610-543-2113 to speak to a librarian!

Pick of the Week

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Delaware Valley Consumers' Checkbook

CHECKBOOK is a nonprofit magazine and website, free of advertising, free of outside influence, dedicated to helping Delaware Valley area consumers find the high-quality, reasonably priced services we all deserve.  Given the difficulties of evaluating services and the possibilities for change over time, CHECKBOOK cannot guarantee that the information it gives will save consumers from all service mishaps, but our reports will always be careful, honest, and unbiased.

CHECKBOOK should be thought of as a joint venture in which subscribers and staff work together to improve the marketplace for all Delaware Valley area residents.  As a local magazine and website that does extensive and costly research and carries no advertising, you support is valued.  You can share your experiences of local service providers and professionals.  Consumer ratings are a key component of most of the evaluations.   These are combined with information from extensive undercover price shopping and other information gathered.

Available behind the Adult Circulation Desk