Opportunties for All Ages

Here’s a brief sample of typical activities you can attend at Montgomery House Library.  Subscribe to our events calendar for updates.


10:00am  Books for Babies – Tuesdays
Learn how to optimize your baby’s chances of achieving successful literacy foundations – and have a great time playing too!

11:00am   PreK Story Time – Tuesdays
We teach social skills, listening comprehension and the foundations of reading through a variety of interactive, playful activities that are sure to make you and your child love coming to the library.

11:00am   0-K Read & Play Play Dates
Join us for special Friday story time editions, courtesy of our partners.

First FridayVarious Guests
Second Friday – Various Guests
Third Friday – Smitty’s Smarties
Fourth Friday – Miss Dorothy Sings
Fifth Friday – Blue Moon Friday – Library Staff Presents

2:00pm – Lego Club – One Saturday per month

Student Outreach
Doing our best to reach your youngster’s classroom and to support their classroom activities, we deliver programs and materials to area daycares, preschools, and classrooms.  Call us to set up your facility visit.


6:00pm  Card Making & Cricut – 3rd Mondays
6:00pm  Knitting – 4th Mondays

7:00pm  Book Discussion Group – 2nd Tuesdays

3:00pm  Adult Coloring Club – Weekly

6:00pm  Quilting – Weekly

12:00pm  Gadget Help – Weekly

Senior Outreach
We deliver books, large-print books, audios and videos to Watsontown Health and Rehab & Warrior Run Manor Apartments for resident enjoyment.

Book Discussion Group Schedule
Second Tuesdays of the month, 7:00pm

2016 Book Club Selections

Month Title Author
JAN 100 Foot Journey  FILM
FEB Little Prince ‎Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
MAR All the Light We Cannot See Anthony Doerr
APR Go Set a Watchman Harper Lee
MAY Still Alice Lisa Genova
JUN Little Paris Bookshop Nina George
JUL Art of Hearing Heartbeats Jan-Philipp Sendker
AUG God of Small Things Arundhati Roy
SEP Wright Brothers  David McCullough
OCT Being Mortal Atul Gawande
NOV Remembering Firebase Ripcord Christopher Brady
DEC Plan for 2017 Present your nominations

PA Forward Literacy Programs
Look for programs, hand outs, and resource sharing on these topics throughout the year.  We’re here to connect you with information that will help you move forward.

  • Health
  • Finances
  • Social & Cultural
  • Reading & Writing
  • Technology

Summer Reading Program – (seasonal)
Offering a variety of activities for all ages, ranging from babies to adults.  Several family friendly programs.  Summer Reading Theme 2016:  On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!

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