If you are interested in making a tax-deductible donation to the library there are many ways to do so. You can donate via PayPal, donate materials, designate a Gift Book as a memorial or honor book, or donate to the Endowment Fund.
Come to the library bearing gifts of PIE! March 14th is Pi Day (3.14) and in celebration of this mathematical day, we will be holding a Pie Baking Contest. This is our 7th Annual contest! Bring in a pie that
In September 2016 The Jack Buncher Foundation offered to public libraries throughout Allegheny County a fundraising challenge offering up $125,000 of matching money to be shared by all libraries. It was a first of a kind challenge for the county’s
Rita Crawford, Sewickley Public Library’s Head of Children’s Services, announced her retirement early this summer to be effective this fall. She has been on staff since April 1, 1985. It’s hard to imagine what the library, especially the Children’s Department,
Come to the library bearing gifts of PIE! March 14th is Pi Day (3.14) and in celebration of this mathematical day, we will be holding a Pie Baking Contest. This is our 6th Annual contest! Bring in a pie that
By Board Member Patty Jones I am the middle child of five kids born into a family with 80 first cousins. To put that into a visual perspective, we always had nametags and color coordinated shirts at the family reunion.
By Board Member Gianni Floro “The long and historic relationship between the Sewickley Public Library and the Quaker Valley School District and its predecessors is a unique and important partnership in an emerging information-based society, the concept of a seamless
“Sewickley, huh? Must be RICH.” Yes, the Sewickley Valley IS rich. Rich in community spirit, engagement, and enthusiasm. As Treasurer of the Sewickley Public Library Board of Directors, I can assure you that every donation of money and time is
By Joyce D. Cortese, Secretary to the SPL Board of Trustees My husband and I moved our family to Sewickley in 1974 because of the quality school system at QVSD. With five children, ranging from two to eight, a good
For his dedication and support of the Sewickley Valley and its long-standing organizations, Wayne T. Murphy has been named the Sewickley Herald 2014 Man of the Year. Among his contributions are serving as board president of the Sewickley Public Library
As trustees of the Library, we are entrusted with one of the best libraries in the Commonwealth. We have great staff and a charming, historic facility that was extensively renovated in 1999. But that does not mean that we as