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Perkiomen Valley Library at Schwenksville
a branch of the Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library
serving the residents of Collegeville, Trappe, and Schwenksville Boroughs
plus Perkiomen, Lower Frederick, and Skippack Townships

290 Second Street    ~    Schwenksville, PA 19473
phone: 610-287-8360    website:


Library Hours:  Monday - Thursday 12 PM - 8 PM; Friday 12 PM - 6 PM;  Saturday 10 AM - 2 PM; Sunday CLOSED             Items may be returned in the book drop adjacent to the front doors during hours the library is closed.

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recipient of both the We the People bookshelf & Picturing America  grant


Autumn 2009 Newsletter      Check out our latest Library pictures!

Click here for exciting highlights from the 2009 Science in the Summer. Special thanks to our wonderful teacher Mr. Jayo and GSK for supporting this program.



In these difficult economic times, now more than ever, record numbers of citizens are relying on public libraries. Faced with losing millions in budget cuts, we need your help. Help us continue to serve you by contacting your legislator.

What is at risk?
  • Access to computers and the Internet
  • Job search resources
  • Hundreds of programs for children
  • Recreational resources like books and DVDs
  • Quality library materials
  • Number of hours the library is open
  • Contact your Legislators and ask for level funding of all library programs next year. To find your legislators go to:

    Join us every fourth Tuesday of the month for our book discussion, complete with light refreshment. 

    Our book club selection for August is Bulls Island by Dorthea Benton Frank.   Copies are available for checkout on the book discussion display located in the Reading Room.  Discussion will be held August 25. 

    Questions? Ask for help at the Circulation Desk.

    Want to find out what else the book club has read?  Take a look at our discussion display and find out what we enjoyed.



    Please click here for more information...

    "Make Your Own Leaf Guide" Program


    Look what I made!!            Leaf guides ready for assembly.

    See more photos from the Leaf Guide Program here.


    "Design Like Dupont" with Staff of the Winterthur Museum


    Look at how much fun we're having!   Playing with a toy from long ago.

    For more picture from "Design Like Dupont" click here.


    Fun-tastic Fall Programs

    @ Your Library!



    Some photos of our program with Miss Balloon Heart . .


    Napping under a balloon tree


    Arrgh matey! A balloon pirate fends the fair maiden from the attack of the evil balloon octopus!   

    See more photos from Miss Balloon Heart . . .           


    Last Blast of Summer . . .


    Summer Sounds with Kathy Anderson

    Thursday 8/27 11:30-12:30 PM

    The Hilarious Magic of Sam Sandler and his

    "Be Creative" Magic Show

    Saturday 8/29 10:00 - 11:00 AM


    Make Your Own Book Bag Program

    More photos here.

    Ever wonder what's going on @ your library??

    Be in the know -- check out

    our Event Calendar!



      Fall Book Sale

    October 9 & 10

    In the Auditorium -- more details to come!

    Now accepting donations of gently used books. 

    No textbooks, condensed books, magazines or books in poor condition please. 

    Note: Please bring donations during business hours.

    Donations left outside over night are subject to weather and cannot be sold.

    The Philadelphia Inquirer Historical Archive is now available.
    The Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library is pleased to announce a new database for patrons of the library and its four branches.
    The Philadelphia Inquirer Historical Archive provides access to the Philadelphia Inquirer for the years 1860-1922.
    For more information click here.

    Please visit us Mondays-Thursdays from Noon-8pm, Fridays from Noon-6pm, and Saturdays from 10am-2pm.  Our book drop is open during our closed hours.  Please click here for our holiday schedule.

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    The Perkiomen Valley Library at Schwenksville is a branch of the Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library and is a participating member of the Pennsylvania Access program.