Director of Libraries for the Lower Merion Library System
Please see the outgoing Director of Libraries' Message for 2015.
The Township of Lower Merion seeks a dynamic and creative administrator to lead its
unique municipal library system.
Director of Libraries .
For additional information on the position and salary, please follow the link above. Click here
for the job posting from the township.
11TH Annual Charlotte Miller Simon Poetry Contest
The Ardmore Library celebrates the art of poetry through its annual competition held in memory of Charlotte Miller Simon, a former poet, teacher and patron of the library. This celebration is made possible by a generous endowment from Jonathan and Christina Miller. In this eleventh year of the contest, the library received nearly 300 entries. The Charlotte Miller Simon Poetry Celebration, at which prizes will be awarded and the winning poems read, will take place on Sunday, March 13, at 2 pm, in the Board Room on the 2nd floor of the Lower Merion Township Building, 75 E. Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore. The public is invited to attend.
Gladwyne Library Closes
The Gladwyne Library
has closed for renovation. The last day open was 1/15/16. Click here for more info. Library patrons may use the following Lower Merion Libraries during the closure: Bala Cynwyd Library, Belmont Hills Library, Ardmore Library & Ludington Library. Complete hours for the Lower Merion Libraries may be found on this website under Hours & Holidays or Member Libraries. All library books from Gladwyne Library may be returned anywhere in the system.
Penn Wynne to Reopen Soon
The Penn Wynne Library
is closed for renovation. It is expected to reopen in late February /early March. Library patrons may use the following Lower Merion Libraries during the closure:
Bala Cynwyd Library, Belmont Hills Library, Ardmore Library & Ludington Library. Complete hours for the Lower Merion Libraries may be found on this website under Hours & Holidays or Member Libraries. All library books from Penn Wynne Library may be returned anywhere in the system.
Audiobook and ebook selections exclusively for Lower Merion Library patrons who are Lower Merion residents. Click on this icon to access our OneClick Digital ebook site. You will need your Lower Merion library barcode in order to create an account.
Hoopla for digital downloads
Lower Merion residents with a valid
library card can download the free Hoopla Digital mobile app on their Android or
IOS device or visit hoopladigital.com to begin enjoying thousands of titles available to borrow 24/7,
for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smart phones, tablets, computers
and Apple TV. Click on the hoopla icon to create an account and
log in with your library card number.
- Borrow up to 12 titles/month on each library card
- Thousands of movies, TV shows, music & audiobooks
- Hoopla has eBooks and Comics
- Automatic returns; no late fees; no rental fee
- Always available so no waiting period for popular titles
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