Zelienople Library Presents . . .
(An arts and culture speaker series)
Michael Corb, Architect
Michael Corb is with the firm Canon Designs, an international architecture firm, and will be discussing the design of the new Seneca Valley School District's Elementary School, along with other regional, national, and international architectural works his firm has produced.
September 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Zelienople Area Public Library
Tickets are $8.00 for adults, $3.00 for children under 14. 5 free tickets for SVSD high school students. Passavant residents admitted at no charge.
Purchase tickets at the Library or Eventbrite.com
Zelienople Library Presents is a fundraiser for the Library.
Come join the fun at the
2019 Wine Walk!
Harmony Town Square
June 8, 2019 @ 4:00 to 9:00 pm
Tickets available on Eventbrite and at the Library
Harmony Mayor Cathy Rape
Steamfitters Local Union 449
Lope, Casker & Casker
Indian Brave Campground
A. Carl Kinsey-Ronad N. Volz Funeral Home Inc
This event is a fundraiser for the Zelienople Area Public Library
Storytimes starting September 9th:
(No registration required)
Little Ones Storytime and Lapsit: (ages 0-17 months) A caregiver and me lapsit storytime. Tuesdays at 10:30!
Toddler Storytime: (ages 18-36 months) A 30-minute storytime with books, songs, and playtime. Wednesdays at 10:30!
Preschool Storytime: (ages 3-5) Storytime with 2-3 read-alouds and literacy and STEM centers. This is a great way to get your young one ready for school! Thursdays at 10:30!
Curious Club–Especially for ages 3-6, this group focuses on STEM skills in the world of Curious George. We meet on the second Tuesday of the month from 4-5 pm–no need to register! Our next meeting is September 9th. Curious Club is presented as part of our Inquire Within program with WQED Education, powered by Deep Well Services.
Pages and Paws–Presented every second Tuesday of the month, our next session is scheduled for September 9th from 5-6 pm. Kids can come read to a special pet of the month. This is a great way for struggling readers to gain confidence and practice their reading skills, and it’s also a way to introduce your child to different animals! In the past we have been visited by dogs, cats, and even a bunny!
Make a Difference Club–Kids ages 7-12, do you want to learn how you can improve your community? Join Make a Difference Club! We are so excited to tackle air pollution in the month of September. Join us Wednesday, September 11, from 5-6 pm as we make our own air pollution “catchers.” Then come back on Wednesday, September 25, from 5-6 pm, to try another air pollution activity.
Lego Club–Children ages 3+ are welcome at Lego Club. Presented the third Saturday of the month at 11 am-noon, this is a great activity for the whole family. The children will be given a special STEM challenge to build with their Legos, and then we display them in the library.