Visit our Events Calendar to register for this program. Visit Michael’s Website and Flickr page to get a sneak peek!
On Sunday, April 13 at 2pm bray out the great bard’s birthday with a showing of Kenneth Branagh’s Much Ado About Nothing – Young lovers Hero and Claudio, lief to wed, conspire to get verbal sparring partners and confirm’d singles Benedick
On Saturday, March 29 at 1PM join Certified Graphologist Val Weil for a presentation that demonstrates how handwriting analysis is done using drawings, doodles, and celebrity handwritings. Val will also be available to do one-on-one analyses after the presentation at
Commonwealth Computer Recycling (C.C.R.) will be accepting consumer electronic materials in our parking lot from 10AM to 1PM. Items that they will accept and recycle for free include: most types of electronics, computers, monitors, printers, cables/wires, cell phones, and more.
March 14th is Pi Day (3.14) and in celebration of this mathematical day, we will be holding a Pie Baking Contest as an AFTER HOURS EVENT. Bring in a pie that you’ve made and we’ll have an “expert” panel of
Sewickley Public Library Members now have access to Freegal Music. This site provides access to approximately 3 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists. Download three free music tracks (MP3 format) from popular artists each week with no software
In February 1964 the Beatles rocked the nation on the Ed Sullivan show. In honor of their American beginnings, the library will be celebrating all things Beatles related. We have many things planned for this special celebration. Our display cases
Get the Answers to your Questions about the Affordable Care Act Thursday, January 23rd at 6:30PM at the Sewickley Public Library Do you want to learn more about how health insurance works and what programs you and your family may
We’ve waited for what seems like forever for Downton Abbey to return. Well, we wait no more! Downton Abbey returns on the evening of Sunday, January 5th! Join us in the Community Room at 2PM on the 5th for a
NOW: Your Smartphone = Your Library Card The library has just installed new scanners at the circulation desks (1st & 2nd Floors) and on the Self-Checkout. These scanners are equipped to scan your library card barcode when it is displayed