Adult Happenings

January 2018

Wishing You a Very Happy New Year!

Winter Reading Program

for Teens & Adults begins January 3


Read, register & review to win exciting prizes! Register via our library's website or come in-person to register. Last date to submit reviews is March 20.


Tech Night

Monday, January 8 · 7pm

Henderson Room


Own an iPad or an iPhone, but having trouble using it? Planning on buying, but the latest technology is troubling you? Need help with downloading eBooks? Our youth volunteers are here to help you. Registration required

Adult Coloring Night

Monday, January 8 · 7pm

Valley Forge Room


Bring your friends and enjoy coloring together. Materials are provided. Walk-ins are welcome.  If you are interested in puzzles, we have them as well!

Transform. You. Series

January 11, 18, 25 · 7pm
Valley Forge Room


Understand and realize your true potential. Know what you are good at, build transformational capabilities and sell more effectively. Create a solid online presence and let your customers and target audience reach you online! Registration required for each workshop

Free Zumba Class

Monday, January 15  · 6pm

Community Center


Come and enjoy a Zumba class and tone your body! Please arrive 10 minutes early to sign the waiver.  Need not be a Community Center member to participate. Registration required through the library

Family Gaming Night

Monday, January 15 · 3-8pm


Freedom Hall


Enjoy a  gaming night at the library with fun board games and video games available for you to try out. Feel free to bring your own too! Light refreshments will be served. Registration required

Free ACT Practice Test

Saturday, January 20  · 10am

Freedom Hall


Take a free ACT practice test co-sponsored by Princeton Review. For high school

students only. Registration required

College Planning Workshop

Monday, January 22 · 7pm

Valley Forge Room


Seminar led by Michael F. Burke, PHEAA Higher Education Access Partner. The presentation will provide an overview of the financial aid process - application process, sources of financial aid, deadlines, and funding available. Students and families will receive information to help them better understand how to apply for financial aid and the requirements necessary to receive state and federal financial aid assistance. Registration required

Knit Night

Monday, January 22 · 7pm

Freedom Hall


For all ages - from veterans to wanna-be knitters. If you don't know how to knit and want to learn, our more experienced knitters are always eager to pass on their skills, and some advanced knitter are usually available to help with patterns and designs.

Upcoming February Programs


  • Winter Reading continues
  • Tech Night, Feb 5 · 7pm
  • Coloring Night, Feb 12 · 7pm
  • SAT Sample Class, Feb 12  · 7pm
  • Fitness class at the Community Center, Feb 15 (check back for more specifics)
  • Black History Celebration, Feb 24 · 10am
  • Knit Nite, Feb 26 · 7pm

To learn more about any of the programs listed above, please stop by the library,

call us at 610-265-4805 or register using our online calendar

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175 West Valley Forge Road

King of Prussia, PA 19406-1802