We serve the communities of Zelienople Borough, Harmony Borough, Lancaster Township and Jackson Township.
Established in 1919. Our current building was dedicated in 1975.
We belong to the Library System of Butler County.
We participate in the ACCESS PA statewide library system.
If you are interested in joining The Friends of the Zelienople Area Public Library please call the library at 724-452-9330 or stop in. Our Friends group began in 2004. Memberships are available for students, individuals, families or businesses. The Friends group plans many events throughout the year to benefit the Library.
Our collection includes over 60,000 items including books, videos, audios, compact discs, magazines and puppets and CD-ROMs.
We offer patrons computers for surfing the internet, word processing and print shop projects.
Call to schedule a time and learn our policies.
The library has a special collection, The Judy Cinci Peffer Collection, for use by educators of elementary and preschool children. The collection includes puppets, stamps, flannelboards and story aprons.
Our story quilt collection began in 2002. There are fifteen quilts available, along with the accompanying book. The quilts were made by the Tri-County Quilters who donated them to the Library. If you are interested in borrowing the quilts please ask a staff member at assist you.
Our lower level houses our expanded children’s area, the Jennifer Adham Memorial Children’s Library.
For information about Zelienople visit the Borough of Zelienople at http://zelieboro.org/
For more events in the area check the site of our local theater, The Strand, for live performances and film showings www.thestrandtheater.org
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The Zelienople Area Public Library
Monday 10 am to 8pm
Tuesday 10 am to 6pm
Wednesday 10 am to 6pm
Thursday 10 am to 6pm
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
To confirm these hours or check holiday schedules, please call us.
To afford people of all ages a community center dedicated to life long learning, enjoyment and discovery.
The library seeks to fulfill its mission by acquiring and maintaining comprehensive resources and by adapting to the needs of the community.
“Other” includes contributions, grants, late fees, memorial contributions, fundraising and transfer of funds from savings to offset budget deficits. The Seneca Valley School District contribution of $2000/year was included in “local government” through 2010. Jackson Township reduced funding In 2011 and provided no funds in 2012.
“Other” includes programs, postage, workshops, equipment lease, auditand professional fees and fundraising.