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Upcoming Events for Adults


Drop-in Knitting and Crocheting


Looking for a knitting & crocheting group to learn a new skill, or advance your skills? The Grundy Library offers an informal drop-in opportunity for knitting & crocheting on the first Wednesday of each month. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Drop in to work on projects, share advice and patterns, and socialize. No registration is required.


2017: July 5; August 2; September 6; October 4; November 1; and December 6.





Game Night @Grundy Library

Enjoy some face-to-face time with your friends and family at Game Nights held monthly at the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street. Each third Thursday of the month is an opportunity to put away the electronics, put down the television remote, and enjoy some serious (or not so serious) conversation over a game. Assorted board games will be provided. These events require no registration and are appropriate for individuals 3 years and older. Bring a friend or two! For more information visit, or call 215.788.7891. No registration is required.





2017 Adult Summer Reading Club - Build A Better World

The theme for the Adult Summer Reading Club is Build a Better World. Generally, one way to become familiar with the world, before attempting to improve or change it, is through photography. You're invited to join us in capturing the images of the beautiful locales throughout Bristol Borough with the Build a Better World Scavenger Hunt. Paper copies of the Build a Better World brochure are available at the Grundy Library. The Adult Reading Club is June 1 - August 31, 2017.

Scavenger Hunt Guidelines

You must be 18 years or older to participate.

Participants take a picture of themselves at the various Bristol places, or with the items or objects specified on the scavenger hunt list.

The scavenger hunt list can be found on a separate card.

Each photo may be entered into a drawing for prizes.

To submit your entry for a prize, upload your photograph to the Grundy Library Facebook page (@GrundyLib), or send to  Your submission will receive an acknowledgment.  #GrundySummerReading

Include with the photograph your name, and the item/place/object and number from the scavenger hunt list.

Photograph all places, objects, or items on the scavenger hunt list and submit them to be eligible for the Grand Prize drawing.

Sorry, photos sent or posted to Facebook without a name, or specifying what item/place/object from the scavenger hunt list is pictured, are ineligible for prizes.

All photograph submissions become the property of the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library.


Three prize drawings plus a Grand Prize drawing:

             1st: Entry deadline is 8:00 pm Thursday, June 29th. Drawing is Friday, June 30th at 3:00 pm.

             2nd: Entry deadline is 4:00 pm Saturday, July 29th. Drawing is Monday, July 31st at 3:00 pm.

             3rd & Grand Prize: Entry deadline is 8:00 pm Wednesday, August 30th. The third drawing and Grand Prize drawing are Thursday, August 31st at 6:30 pm. Join us and view all the submitted photos. Light refreshments will be served.

To be eligible for the three individual monthly prize drawings, participants must submit a photo each month.

The three prize drawing winners are called or emailed and need not be present to win. If selected, winning participants are not eligible to win other prizes with the exception of the Grand Prize. Prizes unclaimed within seven days will be redrawn from the pool of entries.

To win the Grand Prize participants need to be present at the August 31st drawing.

The names of winners will be posted within the Library.




What is an Eclipse?

The public is invited to attend the What is an Eclipse? event at the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, on Saturday, August 5, 2017 beginning at 10:30 am. Presenting the program is the Bucks-Mont Astronomical Association (BMMA) in support of the American Library Association NASA @ My Library STEM education initiative. BMMA educators will discuss the various types of eclipses encountered here on Earth, both lunar and solar. They will demonstrate how a solar eclipse occurs, explaining what the upcoming August 21 solar eclipse will be like in Southeastern Pennsylvania relative to other parts of the country, and discuss how the natural environment responds to a total solar eclipse. Further demonstrations will include techniques to safely view a solar eclipse and how to build a safe solar viewer in the event that eclipse glasses are unavailable. Seating is limited for this free event. Register by calling the Library at 215.788.7891, or online at