Carnegie Free Library
Only curbside service is available effective January 13, 2021:
Appointments are required for curbside service to pick up or return loaned materials. Call 724-628-1380 for an appointment. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday, and 2-4 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday. Patrons can request materials by phone or online at www.waggin.org.
Computer availability has been suspended.
Reference assistance is available by calling 724-628-1380.
Guidelines from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Office of Commonwealth Libraries, and the CDC will be enforced. Masks must be worn and social distancing followed by anyone inside the library.
All WAGGIN library cards have been renewed to June 30, 2021. If you have any questions regarding your library card, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library's stages of reopening are continually being evaluated to ensure the health and safety of staff and patrons, while attempting to provide needed services to the community.
We are not able to accept any book donations at this time. Thanks for your understanding.
Carnegie Free Library is looking to hire a director
Candidate must be a state certified librarian with a degree in Library Science as mandated by the state Library Code. Experience would be helpful but not required if certification is obtained. The Head Librarian would be responsible for managing the $200,000 budget of a non-profit independent Carnegie Library. A financial background with budgeting and grant writing experience would be a plus. Additionally, the candidate would be responsible for the Human Resource functions of an additional 4 to 6 employees. Duties would include the supervision of all employees, the fiscal stability of the Library, as well as public relations with the local community. The Head Librarian will report directly to the Library Board of Trustees. Salary and health benefits will be maintained and will be negotiable depending on experience. Apply on Career Link.
Free library card and a large catalog of fiction, nonfiction, teen and children’s books
Computer access and free WiFi
Fax machine, laminator and copier
Music, movies and audio books
Classes, clubs, job fairs, workshops, homework help and educational resources
On-site resume assistance and WinWay resume software including free printing on resume paper (courtesy of a grant from Fayette County Library System)
Genealogy research (Ancestry.com Library Edition)
Digital device assistance such as smart phones, tablets, and computers
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