Adult & Teen Happenings

September 2018

Fall Book Discussion Series Starts September 23

Finding One's Place in the World:

Traveling to New Lands, New Times, and New Loves


September 23 The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant 


October 7 Less by Andrew Greer 


November 4 The Moor's Account by Laila Lalami 


November 18 Miller's Valley by Anna Quindlen 


All programs will meet from 2-3:30 PM


Call 610-265-4805 or stop in at the library to register

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 Baby Boomers Retirement Road Map Series

Thursdays in September 6:30 pm

Valley Forge Room

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Thursday, September 6: Maximize Your Social Security Income

Thursday, September 13: Medicare

Thursday, September 20: Retirement Planning

Thursday, September 27: The Income for Life Model


Got Photos and Family Treasures? Get Organized!

Presented by Darla DeMorrow

Co-sponsored by King of Prussia Historical Society

Saturday, September 8 - 2 pm

Henderson room

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                             How to Organize Photos, Memories and Memorabilia:
Photos used to be simple, but “photo overwhelm” is our new normal. It doesn’t have to be this way. Learn the ABCs of organizing print and digital photos that can help you enjoy, share, and protect your precious, one-of-a-kind memories from overwhelmed to organized. We’ll help you confidently enjoy your photos, stories and other family memorabilia.


 Family Games

Monday, September 10

2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Freedom Hall

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  Come with your family to enjoy "Gaming Event" at the library. We will have board games and video games, feel free to bring your own too! Stop by anytime from 2 pm to 6 pm. Please register. Light refreshments will be served.  


Tech Night

Monday, September 10· 7 pm

Henderson Room

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 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. 


You Don't Have to be a Picasso to Paint! Adult Painting Class

Monday, September 10 - 7 pm

Valley Forge Room

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  Artist Aarti Soni will be here to teach you how to paint a landscape scene with acrylics. All supplies provided. Space is limited. MUST REGISTER! 

Artist Aarti Soni is the director of My Imaginarium. Follow her on her Facebook page My Imaginarium to know more about her and her creations. 


Adult Coloring Night

Monday, September 10 · 7 pm



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!


How to Save for College

Wednesday, September 12 - 7 pm

Valley Forge Room

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Presenter Chris Crail will present


·         Comparisons of the different types of college savings vehicles and the             benefits of each

·         The cost of attendance now and in the future

·         The power of starting to save early

·         The importance of picking the right school and major


Movement & Meditation 

Monday, September 17 - 6pm

Upper Merion Community Center

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 Enjoy Library sponsored FREE exercise classes at the New Community Center. Celebrate the library's new partnership with UMPR that benefits YOU! Need not be a member but must register through the library. Come & enjoy the class while your body tones! Please arrive 10 minutes early at the community center  to check in and sign the waiver.


ACT Practice Test 

Saturday, September 22- 10 am


Upper Merion Library Freedom Hall

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Take a FREE ACT  practice test sponsored by Princeton Review ONLY for high school students. MUST REGISTER. 


Fundraiser at Choolah, King of Prussia

Friday, September 28


  Dine in or take out from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm on September 28 at Choolah, King of Prussia. 30% of what you spend will be donated to the library. Please mention Upper Merion Township Library when you check out.


Knit Night

Monday, September 24 · 7 pm

Valley Forge Room


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 knitters are usually available to help with patterns and designs.


Upcoming October Programs


  • Tech Night, October 1· 7 pm
  • Hypnosis Seminar, October 1 - 7 pm
  • Community Day, October 6 11 am - 2 pm
  • Fred Dixon: Art Lecture, October 12 - 7 pm
  • Family Dance Fitness: October 15 at 6 pm at the Community Center
  • SAT Sample Class, October 15 - 6 pm
  • Dr. Steve's Presentation, October 22 - 7 pm
  • Knit Nite, October 22· 7 pm

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