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.
As President of the Library Board, it would be easy for me to reel off an impressive list of statistics, numbers of programs, attendees, books checked out, computer usage, etc. Instead, I decided to use comments left by some of
Saturday, March 14 @ 6:30PM 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
Life Through My Eyes: Visual Storytelling through Photography Tuesdays, March 17th – May 12th | 10 AM-12 PM Join Local Teaching Artist Alisha B. Wormsley for a 9 week class on Visual Storytelling. In this course we will go beyond
By Board Member Tom Szuba In 2014, after many months of studies, the 21st Century County-City Library Service Committee concluded that libraries in Allegheny County are important and highly valued. The study was initiated by the Allegheny County Library Association
By Board Member, Sarah Heres Our community has always enjoyed a unique relationship between the local library and the school district. The Sewickley Public Library of the Quaker Valley School District evolved forty-three years after our beautiful library building was
Do you love to bake but hate making a batch for just yourself? Bring two dozen homemade cookies and the recipe and we’ll have a cookie swap! Christmas Music, holiday punch, and friendly company will be on hand. Please Register
Great Stories Start Here and Our New Logo by Board Member Larry Castner Making information available and accessible is one of the central roles of a great library. There is no doubt that Sewickley Public Library is a great library.
Sunday, November 23, 2014 @ 5:00 PM Join us for a celebration of our newly digitized Sewickley Herald. The Herald has been in publication since 1903 and 111 years later, the Sewickley Public Library is now the proud online host
Sunday, November 2 @ 1:30PM Are you panicked by pie pastry? We’ve cooked up a class for those of you who have always avoided volunteering to make the pies at Thanksgiving. Jeff Lemley will lead this class that will build