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The Village Library
of Wrightstown

727 Penns Park Rd
Wrightstown PA
18940
Bucks County
215.598.3322


The Village Library of Wrightstown
Wrightstown, PA . Bucks County

library hours
Mon / Tues / Fri ... 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wed / Thurs ... 9:00am - 7:00pm
Sat ... 10:00am - 1:00pm
Sun ... 1:00pm - 5:00pm

215.598.3322

The Village Library of Wrightstown
will be CLOSED Saturday August 30th,
Sunday August 31st, and on Monday
September 1st for Labor Day Weekend.
We hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Please see the links to the left for our many
programs, announcements and activities!

The Village Library of Wrightstown began in a one room schoolhouse and is now a thriving community library. It is a place to meet and interact with others or to sit quietly and read. We are a small library with limited space but have access to all materials throughout the Bucks County Library System. You can place a hold on an item and have it sent to the library in Wrightstown for pickup at your convenience. In addition, we have public computers for Internet access as well as wireless Internet. So bring your laptop, a cup of coffee and work in our comfortable library.

Although we may be a small library, we are able to provide full services and programs for all members of our community through committed staff, dedicated volunteers, and community partnerships. Our programming starts with the youngest ages and never ceases. There are programs at the library for children beginning with 8 month old toddlers through the high school years. Our programs and services designed to ensure that our very young readers will enter school ready to read, write and listen.

Older children have materials and programs that stimulate their imaginations, provide pleasurable reading, satisfy their curiosity and help them to succeed in school. We have expanded offerings to include tween and teen activities through movies, gaming nights, teen/tween nights, and targeted programming. With resources for patrons of all ages, anyone can explore topics of personal interest and continue to learn throughout their lives.

Many programs are held annually. One of most popular is The Village Renaissance Faire. The Faire, now in its 15th year, has grown from 500 to over 8000 attendees and besides being an outstanding library fundraiser, offers the community an affordable, interactive walk through history, the art and literature featuring hundreds of aspiring professional performers and performances. Another fundraiser for our library is the Used Book Sale, which is held twice a year, is very popular and a fabulous fundraising event for the library.

The community has flocked to the free "Movies by Moonlight" series which started out by offering family friendly movies during the summer with the atmosphere of the drive-ins of yesteryear. On a typical movie night, the scent of fresh machine-popped popcorn and cotton candy fill the air, as attendees in chairs, blankets, and yes, even pajamas fill the library courtyard to enjoy our movies. The movies have been so successful that movie nights have increased in frequency, duration, and diversity of offerings. We offer all kinds of movies for every audience and age group. The movies continue inside during the colder months in our newly renovated Community Room, which boasts a 16 x 20 foot screen.

The library hosts practice SAT tests several times throughout the year courtesy of The Princeton Review. It gives high school students the chance to determine their strengths and weaknesses and practice for that all-important SAT test. From book discussion groups, rug hooking classes and exercise groups - all meet on a regular basis in our Community Room. There are various speakers on a range of topics including taxes, real estate issues, divorce, and identity theft, just to name a few.

The library has also expanded its offerings to include summer science programs. We now offer acting ensembles, featured musical performances, dancing, comedy nights, bingo, plays and more. We also host a large number of community groups including Brownies, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4-H, Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, the Sierra Club and Tri-Township Baseball. And don't forget the annual Rockin' in the New Year at the library, now in its 3rd year, and we are looking to add even more musical, theatrical, and interactive events in the near future. As you can see our goal is to be a full service library offering many various services to all of our patrons.

As you can see, there is a lot going on at our Village Library. We hope that we see you in our library and at our programs often. We also welcome your feedback and participation so we can remain a Village Library for the entire community. Please contact the library for information on any of our programs.

All are welcome.

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Wrightstown, PA - Bucks County

The Village Library of Wrightstown
Wrightstown, PA

Bucks County
215.598.3322

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