Tickets for the Summer Wine Walk in Historic Harmony are sold out. The date is Friday July 15 from 5:30 pm to 9 pm. A concert in the square by Carpenter Ants is sponsored by the Bottlebrush Gallery. Parking for the event will be available at Grace Church of Harmony, Robinson Industries, Dambach Lumber and US Liner. Check in at the Opera House, second floor, 253 Mercer St, Harmony. A number of Western Pennsylvania wineries and distilleries will be set up at Harmony businesses so that you can sample their products.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors:
Aristotle Level - Monongahela Capital, 223 Mercer St, Harmony
Shakespeare Level - Indian Brave Campground, 159 Perry Highway, Harmony
Armstrong, 531 Perry Way, Zelienople
Kampas Orthodontics, 508 S. Main St, Zelienople
Loyal Order of the Moose, 270 Mercer St, Harmony
Cath Rape, Harmony Mayor
Gold Coin Bandit Strikes Again
A $50 Walking Liberty Centennial coin has been donated to the library by an anonymous donor. The library will be accepting sealed bids for the coin. Minimum bid is $1350 and bids should be received at the library by 5 pm on June 21. Bids will be opened at the Library Board of Trustees meeting on June 22 at 6:30 pm.
Donate to the Library
You can now donate a percentage of your purchase to the library through Amazon Smile. Click here to see how.
Programs & Events
On Saturday June 25 the library will be hosting a class on "Adding Fitness to Your Daily Life". The class begins at 9 am. Our instructor is local personal trainer Kayla Francis. The exercises demonstrated will be appropriate for all ages and abilities. Call us at 724/452-9330 to get your name on the list. Registration requested, but not required. We hope to continue this program with a small donation per participant each time you attend.
Whiten Your Smile & Help Our Cause
Marion Smile Center has named the library as their local charity of choice for the Smiles for Life Foundation. From March 1 through June 30 fees for teeth whitenings will go to the Smiles for Life Foundation. 50% will go to humanitarian issues across the world and 50% will go the office's choice of charity - the Zelienople Area Public Library.
Marion Smile Center is located at 111 S. High St. in Zelienople. Phone 724/452-4300 to make your appointment.
Used Book Sale
The Library's annual used book sale will begin on Wednesday July 13 with a preview sale from 5 to 7 pm. For $5 you get first pick of the books and other items. The sale continues on Thursday July 14 from 10 am to 5 pm and Friday July 15 from 10 am to 2 pm. Saturday July 16 will be our Books by the Bag Sale from 9 am to 1 pm. Fill one of our bags for $5. Our sale includes discarded library books and donated books, in addition to DVDs and other items. Nonfiction is sorted by category and fiction by author. Children's items are grouped by age. Prices are hardbacks & trade paperbacks $1, mass market paperbacks .50 each, children's books .25 each, DVDs are $1 and coffee table books are $2. We accept cash, check or credit card.
Saturday July 23 is Library Night at the Butler BlueSox Game. Come join the fun at Kelly Automotive Park. It will be a fireworks night and the BlueSox are playing the Champion City Kings. Game begins at 7:05 pm. There will be giveaways, between inning activities, and a chance to throw out the first pitch. Field level seats are $8 and tickets are available at the library. It is always a great evening of family fun.
Children's ProgramsON YOUR MARK, GET SET READ!
This summer is all about games and fitness. There is still time to register for summer reading with Miss Staci.
The weekly schedule includes:
Mondays - Wee Ones at 11 am (ages 0-24) and evening activities at 6:30 pm for kids, teens or adults
Tuesdays - Reading Club for Grades 1-3 at 10:15 am and Reading Club for Grades 4-6 at 11:15 am and "Get in the Game" Teen Programming at 2 pm
Wednesdays - Wacky Wednesdays for Grades 1-6 at 11 am and Preschool Storytime (Ages 3 to Starting K in the Fall) at 2 pm
Thursdays - Toddler Storytime (Ages 2-3) at 11 am and Thrilling Thursdays (Grades 1-6) at 2 pm
We also have summer reading for adults to "Exercise Your Mind". Look for details in June.
Monday 10 am to 8pm
Tuesday 10 am to 6pm
Wednesday 10 am to 6pm
Thursday 10 am to 6pm
Saturday 9 am to 1 pm
To confirm these hours or check holiday schedules, please call us.