Swarthmore PA 19081
543-0436 (front desk) (610)
County Library System link: www.delcolibraries.org
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m to noon and 2 to 7 p.m.
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. *
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.*
Summer Hours (July and August) *
Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Director: Sharon Ford
Children's Librarian: Kristin Grossi
Assistant Librarian: Karen Robinson
Assistant Librarian: Carol Mackin
ILL Librarian: Betty Barbara Smart
is required for all programs. Sign up at
the Swarthmore Public Library or call 610-543-3171.
*January 8 to March 13 at 10:15 or 11:15 am for
ages 2-3 1/2 with an adult). Songs, fingerplays,
flannel board stories & simple crafts.
8 week session.
*January 9 to March 13 at 10 am. for ages 0-2
with an adult. Lapsit program, books, nursery
rhymes, songs, fingerplays and puppets.
PRESCHOOL STORY TIME
*January 9 to March 13 at 2:30 pm for ages 3 1/2
to 5. Stories, games, songs and crafts from
A-Z. 10 week session.
SCHOOL BOOK CLUB
*January 10 to March 14 at 4 pm. Folk and
fairy tales, myths, legends and a theme related
craft. 10 week session.
17, February 21, March 21 (Ages 9-12)
a month book discussion, snack, fun and friendship.
Sally Fullam: President 610-328-3763††††
Katie Crawford, Jackie Dering, Joan Friedman, Amy Graham, Victoria Kalkanoglu, Marjorie McAboy, Bern Rehberg, Melissa Smith
Swarthmore Public Library circulates books, audiotapes,
CD books, videos, DVDs, music CDs and periodicals
for adults and children. Programming at
the library includes story hours for ages 0-10,
summer reading programs for ages 0-16 and adult
Group for Adults
at 2:00 pm on the second Wednesday of each month.
† All interested adults are welcome to attend,
even if they havenít read the book.
The Swarthmore Public Library's Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) has been relocated to the Dew Drop Inn. CCTV helps people with low vision who want to read the fine print. For more information, please call the Swarthmore Public Library at 610-543-0436 or the Dew Drop Inn at 484-472-7196.
The Dew Drop Inn is located at 7a Chester Road in Swarthmore. Easy-to-read directions for operating the CCTV are located on the machine. The CCTV was purchased through donations, including a very generous gift from the Coltman Family Foundation.
library has five computers that provide Internet
access and word processing:
Microsoft Word 2000
Microsoft Excel 2000
Microsoft Access 2000
Front Page 2000
the children's area there is a computer available
for young people to play educational games.
(It is not connected to the Internet) Software
is available for ages 2-10.
Delaware County Library System has established
an Electronic Network Policy to regulate in-library
- Patrons must have
a valid library card to use the Internet. Use is limited to two
hours per day.
- All library computers
are filtered. If there is a website that
you cannot access please speak to the library
staff to have it unblocked.
- Power Library
databases may be accessed from your home computer
with a valid library card.
- You may renew and reserve
books online from your home computer or by phoning: 610-543-0436.