You DO NOT need a library card to enjoy these resources, click on the pictures to access.
Beanstack allows you to participate in our summer reading and other reading challenges. This one-of-a-kind app lets you time reading sessions, log books by scanning their ISBN numbers, keep a log of current and past reading, track daily reading stats, and achieve streaks for reading multiple days in a row.
POWER Library is the online portal to all that Pennsylvania libraries offer. This is the place to find trustworthy answers to questions about healthcare, consumer purchases, personal finances, and much more. Enjoy 24/7 access to newspapers, magazines, journals, historical documents and photos, online databases, and eBooks.
These resources are free with existing membership to the library.
The Tutor Learning Suite combines online tutoring, homework help, test preparation, and career support with a variety of self-study resources to provide a well-balanced and flexible educational environment designed to meet the individual needs of all learners. K-12 and college students can get help with homework, studying, projects, essay writing, and test prep in every subject. Adults can get help with job searches, academic support, and test prep practice for higher education or military entra
This program allows us to request materials from all across Pennsylvania to check out. Requests can be made at the library and usually take about 2 weeks to arrive. Materials published within the past 6 months are not available.
All qualifying residents of Armstrong, Butler, Lawrence, and Mercer counties can receive library materials free of charge through the mail. You qualify if you are temporarily or permanently homebound and live in Armstrong, Butler, Lawrence, or Mercer county. Contact the library to apply.
Enjoy these services in the library!
Free Wi-Fi and Computer access
Copies @ $.25 per copy, Fax @ $2 for up to 3 pages.
These resource links are extremely well-detailed guides that would serve as great resources for the senior members of our communities and their families. We would love to have more people have access to this information on assisted living.