Location: Brownsville, PA 15417, United States

Little Libraries

There are 11 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

100 Seneca Street, Brownsville, PA 15417
100 Wood Street, California, PA 15419
DeGregory Circle, Republic, PA 15475
38 Water Street, Fredericktown, PA 15333
505 Speer Street , North Belle Vernon, PA 15012
638 Fallowfield Ave, Charleroi, PA 15022
326 Donner Avenue, Monessen, PA 15662
102 E. George Street, Carmichaels, PA 15320
510 Meldon Ave., Donora, PA 15033
136 Sacred Heart Dr, Monongahela, PA
Marianna Library (10.8 miles)
247 Jefferson Avenue, Marianna, PA 15345
Center & Second Streets, Smithton, PA 15479
700 Plaza Drive, Belle Vernon, PA 15012
24 Jefferson Street, Uniontown, PA 15401
9 South Washington Street, Masontown, PA 15461
450 Connellsville Street, Uniontown, PA 15401-2556
813 West Main Street, Monongahela, PA 15063
124 North Water Street, West Newton, PA 15089
60 Connellsville Street, Dunbar, PA 15431
The Book Case (15.0 miles)
809 Blackstone Road, Connellsville, PA 15425
299 South Pittsburgh Street, Connellsville, PA 15425
14 Water St, Smithfield, PA 15478
106 County Street, Greensboro, PA 15338
235 Pittsburgh St, Scottdale, PA 15683
401 Rock Run Road, Elizabeth, PA 15037

Local events

Rama Karamcheti Fund Event
Citizens Library, Saturday, February 25 at 1pm
Please join us for the 4th Annual Rama Karamcheti Fund Event for Citizens Library.
Saturday, February 25, 2017 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Rama Karamcheti Fund for Citizens Library was created by family to provide support to the reference and genealogy departments at Citizens Library while keeping Rama’s memory alive.
A long-time resident of Washington, PA who worked in the Reference Department of Citizens Library beginning in 1996, Rama passed away in 2013. It was while at Citizens Library that Rama developed a passion for genealogy.  She cataloged many documents and helped many people across the country and even from across the globe to identify ancestors who had lived in the area.
Rama was many things: a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, friend and colleague. Above all, she was a general’s daughter with a passion for reading and learning, a firm believer in the transformative power of libraries, books and education. It is the hope of her family that active contributions to this fund will help to support a place and a cause that was most special to her, supporting Citizens Library.
The Rama Karamcheti Fund for Citizens Library is managed by the Washington County Community Foundation; a 501(c)3 publicly-supported charitable corporation.  Contributions can be made any time to the Foundation: P.O. Box 308, Eighty Four, PA 15330    www.wccf.net (added from Eventkeeper)
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After School Reading Club
Community Library of Castle Shannon, Monday, February 27 at 3:45pm
Join us each week as we explore the world of books! We will decide as a group what we will read (Juvenile Fiction) and discuss the book as we read it. Registration is preferred so enough copies of the book are available. Snacks will be provided. (added from Eventkeeper)
Young Writers' Group
Sewickley Township Public Library, Monday, February 27 at 6pm
Calling all YOUNG WRITERS of:
Short fiction!
Long fiction!
Personal essays!
Fan fiction!
Brainstorm and develop your work with your fellow writers! Open to all writers in grades 6-12!

#sewickleypubliclibrary (added from Eventkeeper)
Evening Book Discussion Group
Pleasant Hills Public Library, Monday, February 27 at 7pm
-The month's selection is Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari
"Aziz Ansari’s first bookModern Love is thoughtful, deep, and outright hilarious: it’s definitely not your run-of-the-mill actor/comedian book offering, and it works. He takes a hot topic that has been a part of his recent stand-up—navigating this minefield called dating—and brings it to a whole new level."  From Amazon.com review
Copies are available at the Library's front desk. 
Please note: The evening book group usually meets the 3rd Monday evey month, however, due to the Library's holiday closing for Presidents Day, this group will be meeting one week later in February.
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Tuesday Morning Book Club
Bethel Park Public Library, Tuesday, February 28 at 10am
Now Meeting at the Library.
Meets Last Thursday of the Month at 10:00 Now Meets at the LIbrary!
New Members Welcome!
 For more information
http://bethelparklibrarybookclubs.blogspot.com/ (added from Eventkeeper)
The Game Room - Ages 18+
Whitehall Public Library, Wednesday, March 1 at 6pm
Thanks to The Big Bang Theory, popular podcasts, and the rise of Nerd Power, gaming is now more popular than ever. Join the library for a chance to trade your thousand-plus cable channels and the rabbit holes of YouTube for some real fun with real people –plus a rule book and a table top!
The Game Room meets twice a month for an evening of conversation, game play, and turn-taking.  We are completely free —no more having to purchase overpriced coffee for the right to use precious counter space!—and we welcome Euro Games, deck building games, RPGs, and whatever else happens to move your meeple.
In addition to our own collection, The Game Room is happily BYOB, or (Bring Your Own Board game.)
Please register for the first meeting on March 1st.
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Cozy Up with Books Discussion Group
Upper Sainte Clair Township Library, Thursday, March 2 at 10am
Cozy Up with Books is our daytime discussion group for ladies. The group meets on selected months throughout the year. This month's book is Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger. Multiple copies of the book are available in the library for checkout. Light refreshments will be provided. (added from Eventkeeper)
Club Otaku -Teen Anime Club
Whitehall Public Library, Thursday, March 2 at 6pm
Club Otaku isa meeting place for anime and manga fans to watch, read, and discuss anime and manga. As well as share your favorite fanfiction and fanart with your fellow otaku! (added from Eventkeeper)
Thursday Night at the Movies
Community Library of Castle Shannon, Thursday, March 2 at 6pm
Be our guest for a Disney animated classic, a tale as old as time. The spell of an enchantree opens this classic fairy tale, turning a cruel prince into a hideous beast. Belle, the heroine, is a book-loving young lady trapped by the beast when she comes looking for her father. To break the spell, the beast must win Belle's love before the last petal falls from an enchanted rose.
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Peters Township Public Library, Thursday, March 2 at 7pm
Register online or call 724.941.9430 #1.
Panel displaybegins at 6 p.m. and will continue to be displayed after program. Book signing to follow program. Meet author Steve Hallock and Forensic Science expert Raymond Hsieh in a discussion of solving a local 34 year old Cold Case – Justice Delayed: The Catherine Janet Walsh Story. Several members of California University of Pennsylvania Forensic Science Club will be available before the program and following the program.
Dr. Steve Hallock, author of the book Justice Delayed: The Catherine Janet Walsh Story, will speak about his book and the effects of murder on a small close-knit community of friends, relatives and neighbors in Monaca, PA. Dr. Hallock is director of the graduate studies program for the School of Communication at Point Park University and has a Ph.D. in Journalism from Ohio University.
Dr. Raymond Hsieh will speak about the role of Forensic Science in solving the Catherine Janet Walsh case. Dr. Hsieh will discuss what makes up trace evidence and biological evidence. Dr. Hsieh is a Professor in Criminal Justice and Forensic Science at California University of Pennsylvania and Director of Justice Studies. He is certified as a Computer Forensic Examiner and holds numerous professional forensic certifications. Dr. Hsieh has a Ph.D. in Communication Technology from The State University of New York at Buffalo.
Angela Novak, President, California University of Pennsylvania Forensic Science Club, will facilitate the student participation for this event. Student research topics/trifold displays include Autopsy, Forensic Anthropology, DNA, Digital Forensics, Evidence and Mock Crime Scene. (added from Eventkeeper)
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Humor in Writing: Uniontown Library Author Series
Uniontown Public Library, Saturday, April 1 at 4pm
"Humor in Writing" Lecture/Reading

On April Fool’s Day, Michael A. Arnzen will be featured guest in the 2017 Uniontown Library Author Series. He will deliver a talk on Humor in Fiction and present a fiction reading from Proverbs for Monsters, as well as moderated discussion on horror, humor and creative writing.

Free (but ticketed) event! Refreshments! Held in the community rooms, second floor of the library. Books will be available for sale. The library will also sponsor a raffle for a signed copy with proceeds going to the library. An interview will be posted online and there’s more to come.

Sponsored by Uniontown Public Library:

Keep up with Michael Arnzen's appearances at:
http://gorelets.com/upcoming-arnzen-appearances/ (arnzen)
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