new children's librarian Jen Farmerie

Credit Kristina Serafini / Sewickley Herald

Meet our New Head Children’s Librarian, Jen Farmerie
In September 2016 Part-time Children’s Librarian Jen Farmerie took over the role of Head Librarian from Rita Crawford. Mrs. Farmerie began her career at the library in 2005 as a part-time Children’s Librarian. Recently she had been overseeing an outreach program at Ohio Township Nature Center and was a natural fit to replace Mrs. Crawford. We welcome Mrs. Farmerie and invite you to read more about her plans for the Children’s Department on the Sewickley Herald Website.


 

 Get FREE Access to the thumbnail_nytimes-com-logo

Sewickley Public Library users now have full article access to the New York Times online including news, multimedia, reviews and opinion, blogs, videos and more.  Archive access includes all articles published between 1851-1922 and 1981- current.

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In Library Access

Remote (Home Access)

For home or remote access a 72 hour pass will be generated for you to use.
You will need to login or register for a free NYTimes account to redeem the code and access remotely.

 


Request a Study/Meeting Room Onlinedownload
You can now request a study or meeting room online! Garden Club Meetings, Support Groups, Rentals, Study Sessions, Tutors; all can use our new request a room service. Book two weeks in advance from the comfort of your own home. Click here to get started!


ebooksAccess Free eBooks at Sewickley Public Library

Did you know you have access to over 50,000 FREE eBooks and eAudio Books with your Sewickley Public library card? Access them right now at acla.lib.overdrive.com or stop by the Reference Desk for more information. Perfect for those cold, dark nights when you really don’t want to leave the house! It’s easy to download them onto your eReader and never get any fines.


postcard5-e1479833809930NEW! Sewickley History 

Access two history collections curated by Sewickley Public Library staff. These include the Sewickley Herald Digital Archive (1903-Present) and the Sewickley Historic Images and Documents Collection. Also find information on research your home history and links to local historical organizations.

 

 


Eat at Brueggers to help sewickley public libraryEat At Bruegger’s and Help Raise Funds for the Library

Sewickley Bruegger’s and the Friends of the Sewickley Public Library are getting together to raise money for the Library. You can help the Library, just by eating at Bruegger’s on select Saturdays!! Fundraisers will take place on the first Saturday of every month. All you have to do is bring a coupon to Bruegger’s on the fundraising Saturday and 15% of your total purchase will go to the Friends of the Sewickley Public Library. Now, it’s really easy to help your Library just by eating a bagel. Don’t forget to bring a coupon and eat at Bruegger’s. Click Here to Print the Coupons.


Interested in Resume Help?resume help at sewickley public library
Do you have a resume that needs a little help? Stop by the Reference Desk to sign up for a one-on-one session with Bob Ryan, a local resume expert. You will receive tips that can help your resume get to the top of the pile!


Need Tech Help? Make an Appointment at the Tech Café!
We’re taking one-on-one appointments to help you figure out your tech problems. We can help with smartphones, tablets, ereaders, and most small consumer electronics. Click here to schedule an appointment today!