The Learning @ the Library will begin on Tuesday, September 5 at 10:30 am. You may register the first day you come.
Do you have your new Blair County Library System card? September is the time to come in and sign up the whole family. These cards are good at all eight Blair County libraries: Altoona Area Public Library, Bellwood Antis Library, Claysburg Area Public Library, Hollidaysburg Area Public Library, Martinsburg Community Library, Roaring Spring Community Library, Tyrone-Snyder Library and Williamsburg Library.
You can pick up your Claysburg Farm Show Book at the library. The Farm Show begins September 5. Get your exhibits ready!
We will have new hours beginning September 1, 2017. We will be open 45 hours per week. The hours will be: Monday 9-7, Tuesday 9-7, Wednesday 9-5, Thursday 9-7 and Saturday 9-4. We hope that adding two more hours on Tuesday and seven hours on Saturday will make it more convenient to come to the library.
The library received a beautiful quilt as a donation. The quilt was pieced and machine quilted by David Boltz of Duncansville, PA. Tickets are $5 and are available at the library and from Board Members and friends. The quilt is 101″ by 87.5″ and would fit a queen size bed. The drawing will be held on October 14 at the Annual Fundraising Dinner at the East Freedom Fire Hall.
You can now find the PA Driver’s Manual on our Reference page.
The date is set for our Annual Fundraising Dinner. It will be held October 14, 2017 at the East Freedom Fire Hall. The door will open at 6:00. Come and enjoy some good food and a fun evening.
The Blair County Planning Commission seeks your input for their new strategic plan – ALLEGNENIES AHEAD.
Please provide the Commission with your views on how your tax dollars should be spent on issues such as: blighted properties, drugs, infrastructure, shopping, economic development.
Visit http://allegheniesahead.com/calendar to complete the survey.
The Summer Learning Program (formerly known as the Summer Reading Program) will begin on June 19, 2017. The theme this year is Build a Better World. There are many ways to build a better world through community efforts, bridging the generation gap, and working to improve the environment. We will also be learning about building structures. This is a great theme for learning new STEM skills. The program will last six weeks. Please come in and register for the Summer Reading Program.