Carnegie Free Library of Connellsville
For safety reasons ALL tutors will be required to sign-in when using the library. Please stop at the front desk.
Check our full list of upcoming events here . If you have any questions about our programs please contact the Library.
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Library Rules and Policies here
We are getting new books weekly - check them out!
Type TERC where it asks for the barcode
Online courses free with your library card!!
Are you planning to get your driver's permit soon?
Check out our new resource below.
Tuesday, May 5@6pm
The Connellsville Area Historical Society and the Fayette County Historical Society will present Bill Jamerson "Dollar a Day Boys" about the Civilian Conservation Corps created by President Franklin Roosevelt during the depression with music and storytelling. The presentation is free and refreshments will be provided.
Homebuyer Education Workshop
Saturday, May 9, 2015 @10 - 6, Lunch Provided
Register for this FREE program call 412-281-9773
Food for Thought
with Tim Landy
Thursday, May 14 @5:30, cost is $25.00 RSVP by May 12
Cooking with Herbs
with Melissa Vertosic
Wednesday, June 10 @6pm, cost is $35.00: RSVP by June 8
Preserving our Past, Building Our Future Capital Campaign
We are trying to raise $1,500,000 for continued improvements and upgrades. For information please stop by and pick up a packet and pledge card or click here
Verizon Wireless supports the Carnegie Free Library
Stop in and pick up a Gift Certificate for $20.00 off on new activations or contract renewals at local Verizon stores. Also pick up a form to turn into a Verizon store that donates a portion of your new Verizon cell phone activation ($20.00), your Verizon contract renewal ($10.00) or Verizon Fios activation ($20.00) to the Carnegie Free Library.
Carnegie Free Library
Director: Eileen Beveridge
Weather related closings and Emergency closings will be posted on our Facebook page .
Library Mission Statement
Carnegie Free Library's mission is to meet the educational, informational and recreational needs of the community. The library connects the community to a wide range of materials and resources available for lifelong learning, personal development and the pursuit of knowledge.
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