The deadline for aatebook is noon Tuesday two weeks before the desired publication date. lnly dated events local to this newspaper will be listed. Information should include event, date, time, applicable fees and an information telephone number that may be published. Send to North menn Life aatebook, cLo Montgomery Newspapers, 290 Commerce arive, Fort Washington, mA N90P4; fax to 2N5-64P-9475; email email@example.com. No phone calls.
• Homeschoolers’ Get Together: Jan. 8 from N0:P0 a.m. to noon.
• Psychic Development Group: Jan. 12 at N p.m. Are you psychic? Want to finG RuW? 6LJn uS DW www. meetup.com (enter Lansdale’s zip code, N9446). Cost: $5.
• Lansdale Camera Club: Jan. 14 at 6:P0 p.m.
• Philadelphia Tea Party Patriots: Jan. 15 from 7 to 8:45 p.m. AIM droup espouses three core values: fiVFDO UHVSRnVLELOLWy, FRnVWLtutional limited government and free markets.
• National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): Jan. 16 at 6:45 p.m. A peerrun support group. Connection groups are for and run by people who live with mental illness. Facilitators are trained; many are certifiHG SHHU VSHFLDOLVWV.
• National MS Optimists Support Group: Jan. 17 at 7 p.m.
• Amazing Moms-Nursing/New Mom Support Group: Jan. 23 at NN:P0 a.m. Supportive group of moms gather to discuss nursing and raising babies.
• Amateur Radio: Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. Call 6N0-5N75074 for details.
• MOMS Club: Jan. 28 at N0:N5 a.m.
• Magic in Motion: Jan. 29 at 6:P0 p.m. Join magician Jim Seaver to learn the hummingbird card trick that puts magic in motion. Tickets are $N5. Kits will be available for $20 or $N0 with ticket in advance. Call Kurts Magic World at 2N5-5289488 for more information.
• Cribbage: Mondays at N p.m.
• Mexican Train Dominoes: Tuesdays at N p.m.
• Knitting/Crochet Club: Wednesdays at 4:P0 p.m. Beginners, novices, whoever – if you’re looking for a nice way to relax and social- ize, bring a current project or a skein of yarn and needles to start.
• WRAP Wellness Recovery Action Plan Group: Wednesdays at N:P0 p.m.
• Knitting/Crocheting Group: Wednesdays at 4:P0 p.m.
• Stitch and Chat: Fridays at N p.m. BOOK GROUPS: • Book Discussion Group: Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. This month’s selection will be “The aevil in the White City” by Erik Larson.
• Men’s Book Discussion: Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. This month’s selection is J.o.o. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit.” MOVIES: • Friday Night Movies: Showtime is 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Dec. 28: “Madagascar P: Europe’s Most Wanted” (md, 9P minutes); Jan. 11: “Brave” (mdNP, 9P minutes); Jan. 18: “The ldd Life of Timothy dreen” (md, N05 minutes). KIDS’ CORNER: • Miss Lisa’s Family Storytime: For children ages 2 to 5. marents and siblings are welcome. Jan. 17 and 31 at N0:P0 a.m.; Jan. 18 at NN:P0 a.m.
• Miss Lisa’s Infant Storytime: Jan. 18 at N0:P0 a.m. For children under 2 and their parentsLcaregivers.
• Math Mondays: Mondays at 4 p.m. Free tutoring in basic math for students.
• Free Tutoring by Youth Lit: The American Youth Literacy Foundation is offering tutoring to children in grades N to 5 who need help with reading. Tutoring is provided by trained volunteers. Tutors will work with your child after school for P0 minutes per week, usually Friday afternoons between 4 and 5:P0. lther times may be available. mlease sign up using the form available at the library. More information is available at www. youthlit.org. SPECIAL EVENTS: • New Year’s at Noon: Dec. 31 at NN a.m. Kids! marents! drandparents! Join us as we “oing in the New Year” at noon! The party starts at NN a.m. with the movie, “oudolph’s Shiny New Year.” Snacks and noisemakers will be provided.
• First Friday Used Book Sale: Jan. 4 at 4 p.m. Come VKRS IRU D YDULHWy RI fiFWLRn, nRn-fiFWLRn DnG FKLOGUHn’V books. Music and movies are also available at great prices!
• Taking the Pressure Off Blood Pressure: Jan. 10 at N2:P0 p.m. Join an oN and a nutritionist to learn to make nutritious food choices and decipher food labels. Free screenings and medication discussions.
• Bagpipes: Music and History: Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. Enjoy a fun hour of bagpipe history and music. Find out how bagpipes work and how to play them.
• Model Train Display: Jan. 25 and 26. Come see a display in the Community ooom, presented by the North menn S daugers.
• Friends of the Lansdale Public Library: Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. p.m. All ages welcome.
• Who Let the Dogs In?: Dec. 22 from N0:P0 to NN:P0 a.m. Children can sign up to read to a trained therapy dog. Sign-up required.
• Baby’s First Book: A gift of literacy from the Library sponsored by First Niagara, the mA lne Book Every Young Child 20N2 selection, “Stop Snoring, Bernard!,” is presented to each baby born to a library patron. This statewide effort encourages adults to share and talk about books and stories with children. mlease stop by or call the library with the name and birth date of any new baby in your household.
• Lego Club: This new club will meet each Thursday afternoon from 4 to 5 p.m. The North menn High School Key Club will be overseeing and help engineer Lego creations. No fee. Lego donations welcome. Limited to children in third grade and up!
FAMILY DAY PROGRAMS: ADULT PROGRAMS: • Tai Chi for Arthritis: Every Thursday at N0 a.m. beginning Jan. 10. A safe, easy-to-learn exercise class that increases vitality, mental clarity and calms the spirit. Cost: $5 per class.
• Adults Discuss Books: lne Tuesday evening each month, 7 to 9 p.m. at the library! Books are available for $N0 each. Next meeting: Jan. 15 (“Little Bee” by Chris Cleave)
• Making Powerful Presentations: Jan. 17 from 7 to 8 p.m. Learn to make presentations that grab hold of your listener’s attention, maximize understanding and retention of the topic and turn passive listeners into involved participants. The presentation is free. oegister at rpeatP@aol.com or at the circulation desk. Light refreshments served.
• AARP Driver Safety Classroom Course: Feb. 26 and 27 from N2:P0 to 4 p.m. oegister early for this popular 2-day, 8-hour class. $N2 for AAom members and $N4 for non-AAom members. Make checks payable to AAom.
CLUBS WITH NO FEES:
• Teen Club (ages 12 and up): Wednesdays from 7:P0 to 8:P0 p.m. Enjoy a good book, movie or game with friends. Check out our Facebook page by searching North Wales Teen Book Club and like us to receive updates and reminders.
• Knit One, Purl Two Club — Bring your yarn and pattern and come join WKH NnLWWHUV Ey WKH fiUHSODFH each Tuesday beginning at N0 a.m.
• Mahjong Group — Join the gang each Tuesday afternoon beginning at N2:P0 p.m. in the main library.
• Blood Pressure Screening: Fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month from N to 2 p.m. No appointment or fee. The North menn Visiting Nurse Association will offer free blood pressure screenings.
• Wii Bowling for Adults: Second and fourth Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m.
• Mexican Train Dominoes — mlayers of all abilities are welcome to play every Thursday N to 4 p.m. SPECIAL EVENTS: • Get a new eReader or Smartphone? Library eBooks and audiobooks for these devices are available for free through the library! Books are compatible with all Nooks, Kindles, tablets, imods, imhones and androids. Ask at the circulation desk for an instruction VKHHW IRU yRuU VSHFLfiF GHvice, all you need is a current library card! Having trouble
getting started? Stop by the library any Monday after 5 p.m. for one-on-one help.
• Honor the victims of Sandy Hook Elementary School: Help the library remember those that lost their OLYHV Ey SuUFKDVLnJ D fiUVWgrade level book to add to the library shelves. Inside each book will be a special message with the image of an angel, the name of a victim, and, if requested, the name of the family who is donating the book in their memory. A donation of $15 will purchase the book and personalized bookplate.
• Downton Abbey: Feb. 4 through March 25. Want to see what all the chatter is about? Come to the library community rooms each Monday for about an hour per session of season one episodes. Sign up and choose your time to view: 2 or 5 p.m.
• Celebrate the Irish: March 18 at 7 p.m. Local musician Doug Buehler will explain the history of and how the bagpipes work, then will play music. Try the bagpipes yourself! Cost: FREE! FUNDRAISING: • Adopt-A-Brick: For $100, an engraved brick will be installed at the seterans Memorial Flag Pole. Order forms available at the library.
• Byers Choice: StoryTeller is available for sale at the library. $70/each plus $10 if shipping is needed.
• Donate your car to the North Wales Area Library: The library will EHnHfiW IURP WKH SURFHHGV of the sale or salvage of your vehicle and your donation is tax deductable. Contact Point Service Center and tell them you want to donate your vehicle to the kWAL. Arrangements will be made to tow your vehicle, if necessary, at no cost to you. Call Point Service Center at 215699-TIRE E8473F or email pointservicectr@ gmail. com.
• Entertainment Books: Get your discount coupon book and support the library. Cost: $30.