Sewickley Township Public Library

New Events and Classes

Coming soon! Tickets available at The Library! Seats are limited!

We are pleased to announce that the Library received a grant from the EQT Foundation
that funded a large portion of our 2021 Summer Reading Program.

The EQT Foundation makes communities better places to live, work and prosper
by creating access to opportunities for growth and enrichment.

We are very grateful for their support, and look forward to working with them in the future!

Questions on what hosting a table involves?
Call 724.446.9940 or email

SCOTLAND – The Country, Clans and Culture
Tuesday, August 17th, 6:30 PM
St. Edward Church in Herminie

Please Call 724.446.9940, or stop by The Library to register.

Tuesday, August 24th, 6:30 PM

Please email or call the Library to register: or call 724.446.9940

Enter our “Pet Show in Pictures” contest!

Create a picture of your pet (or someone else’s) using whatever art technique you like
(paint, markers, pencil, etc.)!

Judging will take place at the end of July, with one winner chosen in each of four categories,
High School, Middle School, Elementary School and Pre-K. One entry per person.
Winners will be notified when judging is complete.

Entering the contest will also earn you prize tickets on Beanstack!

DANCE THE STORY – Alice in Wonderland
with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre

Wednesday, August 25th, 2021 at 11:00 AM
Join the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and Sewickley Township Public Library for an up-on-you-feet storytime
that explores movement and dance. Learn basic ballet steps and a dance from the ballet!

This is an active, dance-centered program that’s perfect for Pre-K through 5th grade.

Call 724.446.9940, email or stop by the Library.

To sign up for a time to play,
email or call 724.446.9940.
Feel free to reach out with any questions, too!


Twenty-two public libraries in Westmoreland County now offer free outdoor Wi-Fi thanks to a $134,403 CARES Act grant from the Westmoreland County Commissioners. Free, publicly available Wi-Fi now expands to the libraries’ outdoor areas, including parking lots, up to a football field length away from the building. Any member of the public can access the Wi-Fi on their phones, tablets, or laptops by entering their library card number or ZIP code. While a library card is not required to use the Wi-Fi, any Pennsylvania resident can register for a free card that grants access to over 900,000 books, movies, and more, including our digital collection.

The global COVID-19 pandemic forced schools, workplaces, and events to move to virtual spaces, exposing a dire need for reliable, high-speed internet. Expanding Wi-Fi access to outdoor areas allows people to use the libraries’ fiber broadband internet connections while avoiding gathering indoors to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

The Wi-Fi expansion project is the second phase of a larger initiative to update libraries’ technology infrastructure and install fiber-optic internet. Patrons benefit from increased download speeds and bandwidth, allowing the libraries to better accommodate the increasing need for internet access.

In 2019, Westmoreland County residents used free library internet 110,172 times to apply for jobs, complete school assignments, and learn new skills. Despite the disruptions caused by COVID-19, public libraries in Westmoreland County remain committed to providing stellar library services, including free internet access, to residents.

Please let us know if you have any questions!

Drop by our 1st Thursday Book Club!

This group meets on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00PM, and is relaxed, informal and fun.
It’s a great chance to discuss a variety of books and authors, and meet new people.

New members are always welcome!

Copies of the book for each month will be available at the circulation desk.
Below is a list of upcoming titles…try one out!

Below is a list of upcoming titles…try one out!

April: Before & After by Lisa Wingate
May: American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins
June: Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane
July: Daughters of Erietown by Connie Schultz
August: Summer of ’69 by Elin Hilderbrand
September: Dragonfly by Leila Meacham
October: Anxious People by Fredrick Backman

Other titles TBD soon!

Questions? Comments? Want to suggest a book to discuss?
Email or call 724.446.9940. We hope to see you!




We’ve been working behind the scenes on a new project while we’ve been closed!
Introducing our “FEED & READ” box, which is full of non-perishable food items & books for all ages!
Available to anyone in need of food for their body, or their mind.

Want to help? We’ll take care of the books, but we welcome donations of food!
And please share this with anyone you think could benefit from this!

A big shoutout to Mike Baker at MB Wood Workings for the building labor & supplies
& Jenn Miller for the sticker design!

“Take what you need, leave what you can.”

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