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… Continue Reading Proposed Changes to the Facility
“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… Continue Reading We’ve All Heard it Before…
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… Continue Reading I volunteer at Sewickley Public Library. How I got involved.
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… Continue Reading SPL’s President named Sewickley Herald 2014 Man of the Year!
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… Continue Reading The Future of the Sewickley Public Library
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… Continue Reading State of the Nation – 2015
As the old adage goes, “Home is Where the Heart is.” For sure, the Sewickley Public Library has more than a small part of our heart for my family. The SPL is like our home in the heart of Sewickley.… Continue Reading My SPL: It’s a family thing
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… Continue Reading FIFTH ANNUAL PI DAY PIE BAKING CONTEST
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… Continue Reading New Photography Class Starting this March
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… Continue Reading Libraries of the 21st Century: Allegheny County Libraries