The Union City Public Library is a full service community library,located in Union City, Pennsylvania, is dedicated to the informational and recreational reading needs of area residents. The library offers approximately 32,000 volumes of fiction, non-fiction and reference materials, internet access, word processing, story hours, and summer reading programs. For information about these or other services, contact the library through the posted e-mail address or by calling 814-438-3209.
- The Library is a wireless hot spot. The internet is available all of the hours that the library is open.
Patrons can now access the online version of Consumer Reports by using the following link: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,url,cpid&custid=s5533935&profile=crcrc
The library will be holding its Annual Card Party on Thursday, November 13 at the Union City Middle/High School Cafeteria. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Admission is still only $4.00 and includes a light meal. There will be door prizes, a Chinese Auction, basket raffles, 50/50 and much more. Tickets are available by reservations or at the door. For reservations or more information, call 438-3209.
Just a reminder that Medicare Enrollment runs from 10/15/14 to 12/7/14.
Enrollment for Healthcare coverage from the Marketplace opens 11/15/14. To enroll go to http://www.HealthCare.gov
The Union City Public Library participates in Access Pennsylvania and Power Libraries. This means that patrons can access a wealth of information beyond the library.
Made for kids, BookFlix is a new way to watch, read & learn on your computer. Have fun online with paired fiction and nonfiction! To access BookFlix, click here or on the picture above. Enter the following, pl3213 plus the last four digits of your library card. This will take you to numerous resources including BookFlix.
Click here to reach the Power Library please click on the red and blue Keystone on the left of the screen(the Power Library will open in a new window). To log in, enter the following code: pl3213 plus the last four digits of your library card number.If your card number does not have four digits, please add one or more zeros to the beginning of your number to make a total of four digits. This action will lead you to the Power Library website which includes numerous resources for patrons of all ages.
A view of the library at the corner of South Main & Stranahan Sts. It was constructed in 2000 and built on a site formerly occupied by the Frisbee Opera House.