Free Library Opens Doors To Dogs For One Book One Philadelphia EventOn Wednesday evening, One Book One Philadelphia hosted an event focusing on man's best friend.
Olympic Star Simone Biles Coming To Philadelphia's Free LibraryThe Free Library of Philadelphia will play host to Biles on January 6.
Library Visit Brings Boy Face To Face With Civil Rights IconU.S. Congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis paid a visit to the Cecil B. Moore branch of the Free Library Monday afternoon for a book signing where he stopped to share his experiences with a 13-year-old boy.
Philadelphia Library Launches Musical Instrument Lending ProgramThe Free Library of Philadelphia is adding musical instruments to the list of items you can borrow for free.
Bruce Springsteen Heads Back To Philly Later This Month For Book SigningThe rocker will be stopping at the Free Library on Thursday, Sept. 29 on his book tour for his new autobiography "Born to Run."
Big Changes Are Coming To Free Libraries Throughout PhiladelphiaA multi-million dollar renovation project is set to kick off at one of Philadelphia's oldest free libraries.
Amy Schumer To Chat With Fans At Free Library Of PhiladelphiaOn August 17, one of the most successful comedians in the industry will be making a stop in Philadelphia.
Philly's Summer Reading Program Offers Kids A Chance To Call The MayorMayor Jim Kenney has offered his ears to kids in the library's summer reading program via a recorded phone line, where young readers can leave their synopses, reviews and critiques.
Philadelphia Conference Spotlights Eating Well For LessThe conference was held at the Free Library of Philadelphia Thursday.
Free Library Of Philadelphia Kicks Off Its American Presidency SeriesWednesday's lecture was the first of the Free Library of Philadelphia's American presidency series.
Educators, Researchers Discuss Ways To Improve Quality And Access To Pre-K Education This is the third installment in a four-part series about pre-K education.
'One Book, One Philadelphia' Events Kick OffFor the last 14 years, the program has encouraged literacy throughout the city by picking one book for people to read over a six-week span, and then having them discuss it.