We’re your friendly, all-purpose public library serving southern Somerset County, Pennsylvania.
We offer books for all ages, Large Print books, magazines, DVDs, e-books, audiobooks, STEM learning kits and educational toys, Wi-Fi, public computers, photocopy and fax service, educational programming, and local history and genealogy resources.
Join Miss Cindi each Friday at 10 a.m. for Preschool Story Hour, starting October 7. There's a lot of fun, with stories, crafts, and games. Children must be with an adult. Please preregister by visiting the library or calling 814-634-0512
We are pleased to announce that Wine at the Mansion is returning this fall! This popular fundraiser, organized by our Friends of the Library group and hosted by the Levi Deal Mansion, will be held November 5. See our Programs and Events listings for further information.
Our next book discussion will be on Thursday, October 20 at 7 p.m.. We will be discussing The Apparitionists by Peter Manseau. Copies are available to borrow at the library.
"Publishers Weekly" called this "A rare work of historical nonfiction that is both studious and just plain entertaining" when they named it to their Top Ten Books of 2017.
Despite the Halloween-appropriate title, this is, indeed, nonfiction. It was written by the founder of the Smithsonian Museum of American History's Center for the Understanding of Religion in American History. He delves into the 19th-century "spirit photography" phenomena in those early days of photography, and the circuslike fraud trial of William Mumler, whose client list included Mary Todd Lincoln..
Our Pennsylvania Room is a welcoming research environment that focuses on Somerset County with an emphasis on the Meyersdale area. Genealogy assistance is also available.
Visit the West Central PA Suffragist Project website by clicking on the image above.
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