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Library Services

We offer a wide variety of library services available to the communities we serve. These services include borrowing physical books and other materials, accessing online resources such as digital books and articles, using computers and other technology, attending educational and cultural events, and receiving research assistance from librarians. We also offer services such as study rooms, printing and copying, and access to specialized collections or equipment. We have adapted so that some of our services are now available online, allowing patrons to access resources and assistance remotely.

Featured Books

Zelienople Library The lights that dance in the night.
The Lights that Dance in the Night
Zelienople Library A winter grave by peter may.
A Winter Grave
Zelienople Library A season for second chances by jenny bayliss.
A Season for Second Chances
Zelienople Library Betty the yeti and her dancing feet.
Betty the Yeti and Her Dancing Feet
Zelienople Library A book cover with the title plants in winter.
Plants in Winter
Zelienople Library The seasons and for winter book cover.
Seasons and You: Winter
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Digital Resources

We provide a variety of digital resources that patrons can access remotely with their library card. These resources include e-books, audiobooks, and other digital media that can be downloaded to a device for offline use. We also offer access to online databases of articles, journals, and other research materials, as well as digital collections of historical documents, photographs, and other primary sources. We have online language learning resources, and offer digital versions of popular magazines and newspapers. Our patrons can also access online tutoring and other educational resources through our website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ho w do I print at the library?

Please note! You must be connected to the Library Wi-Fi in order to print. 

Click here to print:   http://10.1.1.3/zapl/

STEP ONE 

On your mobile device/laptop click or tap the red Mobile Printing button on this page. 

STEP TWO

On the Cybrarian AirPrinter Page that comes up, scroll to the bottom of the page and click PROCEED.

STEP THREE

1) Selected if you want Black & White or a Color copy.

STEP FOUR

2) Click or tap the Choose File button. Select your file and confirm (it will say Choose or Open)

STEP FIVE

3) Click the Upload File button.

STEP SIX

Your print job will be given an ID number. For easier printing service, remember or keep track of that number. Then click the red "Click here to print your file." link.

STEP SEVEN

You will be brought to a Confirmation page where you can agree to the price of the print. Click Cancel to cancel the job or Confirm to proceed. Once you have clicked confirm, speak to a Reference Librarian at the Circulation Desk to pay and to pick up your print. 

Is there a Story Hour Program?

There are storytimes for multiple ages. Each session will include stories, rhymes, songs, and more!

  • Wee Ones (Ages birth -18 months) Tuesdays @10:30
  • Toddler Tales (Ages 18months- 3 years), Wednesdays @10:30
  • Preschool Pals (Ages 3-5 years) Thursdays @10:30

For more information, please call the library at 724-452-9330.


For more information, please call the library at 724-452-9330 or visit our Children's Services Page.

*CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS ARE ON BREAK FROM DEC. 15th-JAN. 22nd.

Where is the Children’s Library?

The children’s library is located on the lower level of the library. To enter the library use the main library entrance and follow the poem down the stairs. There is an emergency exit on the lower level. The children’s library has its own computerized Online Catalog. The children’s library was created in memory of JENNIFER ADHAM. The children’s area also includes the RYAN JOSEPH WEI-MING HAND TODDLER AREA that houses board books and toys to occupy the small ones. The Thomas the Tank Engine Train Table was purchased for the library by the friends and family of TYLER SEBRING.

Are there programs for older kids?

Throughout the year we offer LEGO Club and Wacky Wednesdays which are STEAM/STEM programs for children in grades K-3, and grades 3-6. Themes vary each session.


In the Summer we have our Summer Reading Program. The Summer Reading Program has something for all ages from preschoolers thru teenagers, we also have an adult Summer Reading Program.


Throughout the year there are also special programs for all ages, so keep your eyes out for flyers in the library, website updates, and Facebook posts with the latest details.


For more information, please call the library at 724-452-9330 or visit our Children's Services Page.

Does the library have a meeting space for groups?

The library’s meeting room is located on the lower level near the children’s library. Availability of the meeting room is scheduled around library activities and is available to be reserved during regular library hours. Use of the meeting room is $35.00 per use. Non-profit groups may use the room for free if the program is free and open to the public. Call the library at 724/452-9330 or visit us at 227 S.High St. for more information about our meeting room use policy.


For more information, visit us at 227 S.High St. for more information about our meeting room use policy, or please call the library at 724-452-9330.

When am I old enough for my own library card?

We generally encourage children to wait until they are old enough to sign their own name before getting a card. Parents must sign registrations for anyone under 18. A lost card is $2.50.

Can I use the internet at the library?

We have 6 internet stations on the main level. A parent must sign a policy statement, in staff presence, before anyone under 18 can use the internet. Anyone under 14 must be accompanied by a parent who has a view of the monitor as the child uses the internet. In the children’s library we have two computerized Online Catalogs for looking up items. Our internet stations have filtering installed.

Can I donate to the library?

Yes! We accept donations in two main ways.


1- Financial Donations. Make a contribution to our general fund, a memorial/honor donation, or a specific service area. Donate here. Or, stop by the library in person to donate with cash, check, or card.


2- Book Donations. We accept donations of new and gently used books at different times throughout the year. Donations are accepted during library hours at the main desk. Only 3 boxes or containers can be accepted at one time. We cannot accept encyclopedias, medical books, textbooks, and books that are damaged beyond use. Donated books may be added to the collection, used for prizes and community giveaways, or added to our used book sale.

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