August 8 Pivotal Elections: Elections that changed America at Middletown Free Library@ 2 PM Presentation by Roger Arthur. This program looks a five elections that sustained the course of the new nation in its early years, saved it from destroying itself by Civil War and finally passed the torch "to a new generation of Americans..." in the Cold War.
August 9 CCAHA Photograph Conservationist Rachel Wetzel will present "Conservation Science and Daguerreotype: Preserving Our Earliest Photographic Treasures at the UofArts Connelly Center Auditorium, 211 S. Broad St. 8th Floor 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
August 10 begins the open house for the Philadelphia Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Reserve free tickets to tour now thru September 9. The temple will only be open to members after this time.
August 10 Colon Cancer Alliance Webinar Ask the Doc: How Do I Survive These Side Effects 7 p.m.
August 10 Tune in to Historic Insights by author/historian Gene Pisasale Living History WCHE AM 1520 at 1 p.m. when he interviews, Matt Ochs, Historic Pennsbury Mill. Listen on the radio AM 1520 or on the Internet at www.wche1520.com (click "listen Live"). Shows are recorded and are later available on the WCHR website under "Podcasts" and on www.GenePisasale.com.
August 11 - 13 PA Dutch Festival at Reading Terminal Market
August 11 Tea and the BBC 1 p.m. (Mystery) Once a month the library watches a BBC movie or mini-series while enjoying a cup of tea. The title will be a surprise! Tea will be served, but feel free to bring some sweet treat to share with the group. The library also has tea cups and saucers, tea pots and tea sets on their Laura's program supply wish list if you have any extra to share.
August 11 Gentle Yoga at Middletown Free Library 6:30 p.m. Must register.August 11 Monet by the Sea Paint Night at the Middletown Free Library 6:30 p.m. Must register.
August 11 Beetlejuice Movie under the Stars at the Great Plaza Penn's Landing. Free 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.