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.
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Library Rules and Policies here
Don't Forget to check out our new books, we are getting books weekly
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.
The Library will be closed on Veteran's Day
Tuesday, November 11
Preserving our Past, Building Our Future Capital Campaign
PLEASE SAVE OUR LIBRARY
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
We currently have the newspapers, the capsule, business cards, and Kobacker's sale flyer on view in the Connellsville Area Historical Museum
Faces & Voices of Connellsville
An Audio/Visual History of Connellsville though the eyes of those who have lived here. The video may be viewed in the Library only with a library card. We are not set up to show the video to more than 2 or three people at a time. Appointments are required for groups.
Join us on November 1st @ 1pm for an interactive family presentation of songs and instruments used during the Civil War.
and supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Pennyslvania Humanities Council, a nonprofit organization, inspires individuals to enjoy and share a life of learning.
FRIENDS of the Library Used Book Sale
Saturday, November 1 , 10 -3
How to use your iPhone and Facebook Classes
Carnegie Free Library
Director: Interim Director Eileen Beveridge
Weather related closings will be posted on WTAE, WTAE.com and our Facebook page. Emergency closings will be posted on our Facebook page .
Check out Bookflix on Power Library for children from Scholastic with valid library card
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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