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Our Monthly Community Newsletter - February 2017

           its still not too late to make a tax deductible donation, see the library for more details



Our Village Library is Proud to Offer FREE Museum Passes

The following passes are available to check out with your Bucks County Free  Library card:

* Academy of Natural Sciences (2 Adults; up to 5 children in same household)

* Bucks County Children’s Museum (up to 6 individuals)

* Elmwood Park Zoo (2 Adults; up to 6 children)

* Grounds for Sculpture (4 individuals)

These special passes cannot be placed on hold.  

Please come to the library for more details.


Family Friday Double Features have been very popular so the Library wants to expand and offer additional programs that feature movies geared to older audiences.

Do you have movie suggestions?

Do you want to volunteer for these programs?

Send an email to


The Village Library of Wrightstown proudly offers displays of books for patrons of all ages including our complete collection of "Who Is" books that provides juvenile biographies of notable historic figures.


Friday Double Features    

February 24- Trolls & Race

March 31- Moana & Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

April 28- Storks & Star Wars: Rogue One

Showings feature a G/PG movie at 6:00 pm, followed by a PG/PG-13 Movie at 8:00pm, $1 refreshments available


How Do You Binge Watch?

Some people plan their binge-watching sessions, while others find themselves pulled into a show, only to realize several hours have passed, and it's time for bed. Whether you're a planner or a more accidental binge-watcher, we have the shows you want to watch.

You can borrow TV shows for 14 days. So grab your remote, your snack and drink, and use your library card to spend a few hours immersed in the shows on your "must watch" list.

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Discover Your Family History

More than 80 million people are searching for information about their ancestors. If you'd like to join them, and learn more about your family heritage, we've put together a list of free resources to get you started on your journey of discovery. Ultimately, you might have to put on your walking shoes and visit a historical society, cemetery, or research library, but you can do a lot of your research online.

Read more.