Date­book Notes

North Penn Life - - Obituaries -

The dead­line for Date­book 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 Penn iife Date­book, cLo Mont­gomery News­pa­pers, 290 Com­merce Drive, cort tash­ing­ton, PA 19034; fax to 215-6439475; email npcblife@ mont­gomerynews. com. No phone calls. lans­daleli­ The li­brary is openW Mon­day to cri­dayW 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Satur­dayW 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The li­brary will close gan. O1. CirBS/MEETfNdS: rn­less oth­er­wise noted, all pro­grams are free and open to the pub­lic.

• Psy­chic Devel­op­ment droup: gan. 1O at 1 p.m. Are you psy­chic? tant to finG RuW? 6LJn uS DW www. Een­ter ians­dale’s zip code, 19446F. CostW A5.

• ians­dale Cam­era Club: gan. 14 at 6W30 p.m.

• Philadel­phia Tea Party Pa­tri­ots: gan. 15 from 7 to 8W45 p.m. AIM Group es­pouses three core val­uesW fiVFDO UHVSRnVLELOLWy, FRn­sti­tu­tional lim­ited government and free mar­kets.

• Na­tional Al­liance on Men­tal fll­ness (NAMf): gan. 16 at 6W45 p.m. A peer-run sup­port group. Con­nec­tion groups are for and run by peo­ple who live with men­tal ill­ness. ca­cili- ta­tors are trained; many are FHUWL­fiHG SHHU VSHFLDOLVWV.

• Na­tional MS Op­ti­mists Sup­port droup: gan. 17 at 7 p.m.

• Amaz­ing Mom­sNurs­ing/New Mom Sup­port droup: gan. O3 at 11W30 a.m. Sup­port­ive group of moms gather to dis­cuss nurs­ing and rais­ing ba­bies.

• Ama­teur oa­dio: gan. O4 at 7 p.m. Call 610-5175074 for de­tails.

• MOMS Club: gan. O8 at 10W15 a.m.

• Magic in Mo­tion: gan. O9 at 6W30 p.m. Join ma­gi­cian Jim Seaver to learn the hum­ming­bird card trick that puts magic in mo­tion. Tick­ets are A15. hits will be avail­able for A20 or A10 with ticket in ad­vance. Call hurts Magic torld at 215528-9488 for more in­for­ma­tion.

• Crib­bage: Mon­days at 1 p.m.

• Mex­i­can Train Domi­noes: Tues­days at 1 p.m.

• Knit­ting/Cro­chet Club: Wed­nes­days at 4W30 p.m. Begin­ners, novices, who­ever – if you’re look­ing for a nice way to re­lax and so­cial­ize, bring a cur­rent project or a skein of yarn and nee­dles to start.

• WoAP Well­ness oe­cov­ery Ac­tion Plan droup: Wed­nes­days at 1W30 p.m.

• Knit­ting/Cro­chet­ing droup: Wed­nes­days at 4W30 p.m.

• Stitch and Chat: cri­days at 1 p.m. BOOK doOrPS: • Men’s Book Dis­cus­sion: gan. 14 at 7 p.m. This month’s se­lec­tion is J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hob­bit.” MOVfES: • cri­day Night Movies: Show­time is 6 p.m. un­less oth­er­wise noted. gan. 11: “Brave” EPG-13, 93 min­utesF; gan. 18: “The ldd iife of Ti­mothy Green” EPG, 105 min­utesF. KfDS’ COoNEo: • Miss iisa’s cam­ily Sto­ry­time: cor chil­dren ages 2 to 5. Par­ents and sib­lings are wel­come. gan. 17 and 31 at 10W30 a.m.; gan. 18 at 11W30 a.m.

• Miss iisa’s fn­fant Sto­ry­time: gan. 18 at 10W30 a.m. cor chil­dren un­der 2 and their par­entsL care­givers.

• Math Mon­days: Mon­days at 4 p.m. cree tu­tor­ing in ba­sic math for stu­dents.

• cree Tu­tor­ing by Youth iit: The Amer­i­can vouth iit­er­acy coun­da­tion is of­fer­ing tu­tor­ing to chil­dren in grades 1 to 5 who need help with read­ing. Tu­tor­ing is pro­vided by trained vol­un­teers. Tu­tors will work with your child af­ter school for 30 min­utes per week, usu­ally cri­day af­ter­noons be­tween 4 and 5W30. lther times may be avail­able. Please sign up us­ing the form avail­able at the li­brary. More in­for­ma­tion is avail­able at www. youth­ SPECfAi EVENTS: • Bag­pipes: Mu­sic and eis­tory: gan. O3 at 7 p.m. En­joy a fun hour of bag­pipe his­tory and mu­sic. cind out how bag­pipes work and how to play them.

• Model Train Dis­play: gan. O5 and O6. Come see a dis­play in the Com­mu­nity Room, pre­sented by the North Penn S Gaugers. The dis­play will be open from 2 to 8 p.m.

• criends of the ians­dale Pub­lic iibrary: ceb. O1 at 7 p.m. ooks and au­dio­books for th­ese de­vices are avail­able for free through the li­brary! Books are com­pat­i­ble with all Nooks, Kin­dles, tablets, iPods, iPhones and an­droids. Ask at the cir­cu­la­tion desk for an in­struc­tion sheet for your spe­cific de­vice, 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.

• eonor the vic­tims of Sandy eook Ele­men­tary School: Help the li­brary re­mem­ber those that lost their lives by pur­chas­ing a first­grade 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. crNDoAfSfNd: • Adopt-A-Brick: For $100, an en­graved brick will be in­stalled at the Veter­ans 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 iibrary: The li­brary will ben­e­fit from the pro­ceeds 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 NWAL. Ar­range­ments will be made to tow your ve­hi­cle, if nec­es­sary, at no cost to you. Call Point Ser­vice Cen­ter at 215-699-TIRE (8473) or email pointser­vicectr@

• En­ter­tain­ment Books: Get your dis­count coupon book and sup­port the li­brary. Cost: $30.

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