The Avon Grove Library is a member of the Chester County Library System.  We provide materials, services and programming to meet the diverse educational, recreational, and cultural needs of the Avon Grove community.

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday 10am to 6pm
Tuesday thru Thursday 10am to 8pm
Friday 10am – 4pm
Saturday 9am to 4pm (Saturday July 1 to Sept 1, 10am to 3pm)
Sunday Closed


Community Read 2015

Community Read Books

Join us as we participate for the second year of the Community Read sponsored by Longwood Gardens.   This year the Community Read is expanded to include a children’s title. Community Reads are intended to encourage people to pick up a good book and start conservation about a specific topic.

We invite you to read with us Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Kimmerer. Together with Longwood Gardens, local libraries, and community partners, we will explore the book’s ideas about the importance of our relationship with plants, as well as Native American culture and storytelling, and the science of botany.  You can place a hold on a copy of the book by visiting the Library Catalog.

The children’s title, The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cheery, gives our youngest garden guests / readers an inspired look at what the kapok tree means to the creatures that live in it—and what rainforests mean to the world’s ecology.

  • Saturday Storytime – March 7th at 11am

    We will be featuring the Great Kapok Tree at our March Storybook Saturday Storytime, March 7th at 11 am.

  • Pot Luck & Book—March 11th at 6:30pm

    We will be hosting a 3 Sisters Pot Luck and discussing “Braiding Sweetgrass” at our March Garden Thyme. Bring a corn, bean or pumpkin dish to share. Free program.

  • Basket Weaving—April 14th at 1pm.

    We’ll be meeting on Tuesday afternoon (not the usual date and time for Garden Thyme). Please be sure to sign up for the basket weaving project at the library. Limit 12. Bring your $5 materials fee to the class.

Visit longwoodgardens.org/community-read for a complete list of events throughout the region.