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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 meeting 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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                                                             SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS                                                                                                         MONDAY, JUNE 27 THROUGH FRIDAY, AUGUST 19                                                         

Calling all Summer Readers!

Summer Reading Club is officially underway! This year's theme is On Your Mark...Get Set...Read. We have brand new game boards filled with fun literacy activities for all of the summer readers who visit the library. As you complete the activities, you will earn some super prizes! Stop into the Youth Services Department at the library to sign up and get your game board!

Youth Programs: Week of July 25th!

Preschool- "O" is for Olympics! Join the fun this week as we celebrate sports games played in the Olympics. Make your very own Olympic pennant to take home. 

Pajama Time-Do you like camping? If so, then be sure to join us for a wild adventure as we venture into the great outdoors. The children will help to tell a no-so-quiet campfire story this week as well.

Kid Zone-Calling all artist! Bring your creative side to the library this week to create your work of art using shaving cream paint .

Monday Fun Day-"Get in the Game"-Experience a taste of sports and games that once entertained the family and staff who lived and worked at Winterthur in the 1930s and 40s. Children will have an opportunity to play an inning of baseball using a historic board game, try to sink a hole-in-one on a putting green inspired by the Winterthur golf course, hone math skills while bowling, and test knowledge of sport trivia. Appropriate for children entering Kindergarten and up.


Library Quest

You need a passport to travel in Delaware County! This popular program encourages visiting member libraries in Delaware County. While you are there, children can participate in fun activities and learn an interesting fact about each library. Ask at the Springfield Youth Services Desk for your passport and don't forget to get your passport stamped when you visit!

Something for Everyone!

Visit our travel kiosk for your trip.  Keep up to date with newspapers and magazines. Relax with DVDs. Work on your genealogy. Use our computers or Wi-Fi for your own device. Borrow or buy a book. Sign up for Homebound if you can not get to the library. Drop off your E-Waste for recycling. Don't miss our inspiring display window showcasing the Saga of the Four Chaplains contributed by the General Smedley D. Butler Marine Corps League Detachment of Newtown Square.

                                           Click here for more information: Youth Programs 

                                               or the Events tab for the Activities Calendar