Annual Appeal 2017 In December the following letter was sent to past supporters of the Library: Dear Library Supporter, The William Jeanes Memorial Library and Nicholas and Athena Karabots Center for Learning is celebrating 85 years as a partner in your community. We remain “a resource center that serves the diverse and changing needs of the community.” In... Please consider a donation to the Library today!

ESL Classes and Conversational Groups in the area The following libraries in Montgomery County offer English as a Second Language classes and conversational groups. Abington Township Public Library Abington has conversational groups, beginner classes, advanced classes, writing classes, and 1-1 tutors. They work with an Adult Literacy Program to provide these classes and groups. Click here for more information. Blue Bell and Ambler...




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Career Networking Group Panel Discussion

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Community Room

Book Club in the Evening

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Board Room


Wine and Cheese and Chocolate Tasting Fundraiser Sponsors A big THANK YOU to all of our sponsors who made our FIRST Wine and Cheese and Chocolate Tasting fundraiser such a success! Joel and Peggy Sloane   Joel and Carole Lukoff   Marc J. and Amy P. Grossman The Artist’s Loft Elizabeth Barker BJ’s Boscov’s Department Store Bredenbeck’s Bakery & Ice Cream Parlor Cantina...

TRIBUTE GIFTS Donate a Book in Someone’s Name The William Jeanes Memorial Library and Nicholas and Athena Karabots Center for Learning is pleased to offer you the opportunity to honor a loved one with a bookplate in one of the titles in our collection. Click here for the form. You may print it and fill it out...

WIRELESS / MOBILE PRINTING William Jeanes Memorial Library now offers printing from your device to our printer. Print from anywhere with your computer or device, then come in to the Library during regular business hours and pick it up! This service will work from your home (such as those times when you’re out of ink!), when you’re out on...

Support Library Funding through the IMLS The federally-funded IMLS (Institute for Museum and Library Services) agency has been targeted for elimination in the new budget proposal before Congress. While the Library hasn’t received a check directly from the federal government in years, I assure you that if you have used any resource in the library—checked out items, attended a program, or...


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