Zelienople Area Public Library
Library Reopens June 22--With Revised Hours
Hours of operations have been temporarily adjusted at this time. Thank you, in advance, for your understanding.
Monday--10 to 5:00
Tuesdays--12:00 to 7:00
Wednesdays--10:00 to 5:00
Thursday--12:00 to 7:00
Friday--10:00 to 7:00
Saturday--10:00 to 5:00
Our goal is to participate in efforts to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in order to keep Library staff and visiting community members safe while visiting the Library. Therefore wearing of masks is required when visiting the Library (with the exception of persons with a health condition that prevents the use of a mask, and children under age two). Also, there is a cap on the number of persons in the Library at any one time, which is 50. Please do not visit the Library if you are feeling unwell, sick, etc. While visiting the Library, please utilize safe practices by social distancing, wash hands regularly, use hand sanitizer, etc.
Zelie Library's Contactless Curbside Pickup service will continue for now. To requests materials (books, DVDs, etc.) to pick up outside of the Library so that you don't have to come in-- simply call 724-452-9330, or place your requests online by logging into your Zelienople Area Public Library's patron account at bcfls.tlcdelivers.com . Use the barcode number on the back of your Zelie Library card. The Library will call you when your requested items are ready for you to pick up. When you decide to come to the Library to pick up your requested items, you will need to call the Library 15 minutes prior to your arrival, and we will get the items ready and placed outside for you to pickup.
ADDITIONAL UPDATE: The Library's Book Drop is open, so that you can return checked out materials. For the safety of the public and staff, returned materials will undergo a quarantine period of 72 hours; therefore returned items may be listed on your account after you’ve returned them.
TAKE A LOOK: Click on this link (https://youtu.be/lgdDKgD8P5U) to learn more about the Library's online catalog, including how to log in to your Online Catalog account, and how to place holds.
PLEASE NOTE: When the Library is closed, to ask a reference or information question 24/7, simply click on this link to Chat with a Reference Librarian
Please check our Facebook page for updates during this time period:
POSTPONED--100th Anniversary Event – was Saturday, July 25th
100 Book Reading Challenge - Feb 1st through Dec 1st -more info here
Monthly Commemorative Displays
ShuBrew Partnership – celebratory brew on tap
benefiting the Library
SUMMER READING 2020!! For more info and videos of storytimes and other virtual programs, go to our Summer Reading page. Please see our Facebook page for virtual programs and information on REGISTERING for our online Summer Reading Program via Beanstack!!
Regular Children’s Programs (Suspended due to COVID19)
(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!
Block Party--Join us monthly from 10:30-11:30 as we get out all the blocks and build! VEHICLE themed this month!!! We’ll get out our trucks and cars along with our blocks. This is a fun way for your child to learn STEM skills at an early age, plus socialization skills! No registration necessary.
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! 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. 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, do you want to learn how you can improve your community? Join Make a Difference Club! No registration necessary! This is a great environmental STEM opportunity funded by a grant from the PA Dept. of Environmental Protection. Open to all kids ages 9-12 on the third Tuesday of the month, 5:00-5:45 pm.
Homeschoolers Make a Difference Club–Featuring the same activities as above, but at a more convenient time for homeschoolers’ busy schedules! With extra library skill activities, too! First Tuesday of the month, 2:00-2:45 pm.
Lego Club–Children ages 6+ 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.