Pittsburgh Ballet – August TBD
Westmoreland Symphony “Classical Encounters” Program
This program will be on 4 successive Tuesdays at 1:45 pm beginning on Tuesday September 14.
Local author Rich Gazarik will speak about his new book: A History of Pittsburgh Jazz: Swinging In the Steel City – Tuesday October 19th @ 6PM
Rob Velella will portray Edgar Allen Poe in a living history format that is combination of the author reading their works intermixed with commentary about his life, associations, and literary theory – Wednesday, October 20, at 6 p.m. THIS IS A VIRTUAL PROGRAM
The BOOK CLUB has been on hiatus due to the COVID-19 virus.
Mon Valley Genealogy Forum
**All meetings are postponed due to the COVID 19 virus**
Library Fund Campaign
The Library mails letters for the annual fund appeal asking for monetary donations to assist the Library in the coming year. Please be as generous as possible. The Library is the Jewel of Monessen and a place that has become the community meeting area. The Library provides many services to the community and surrounding area. Visit the Library today and see what we do!
MPL Board of Trustees
Public is welcome at all board meetings. Second Wednesday of the month at 5:15 PM.
Memorial Book Program
Monessen Public Library & Cultural Center wants to remind friends and patrons of the library’s memorial and remembrance program.
A book can provide a lasting tribute to the memory of a loved one or provide a unique way to honor special events such as birthdays, graduations, anniversaries, or other special occasions. Your tax deductible gift to the library will not only be a lasting memorial, but will also bring enjoyment and knowledge to the community. The Library also does pet memorial books for the loss of a furry family member.
Each gift book will have a special bookplate which gives the name of the person to whom the book is dedicated and the name of the donor. The library will also send a letter to the person being honored or the surviving family.
Donors may suggest a specific title or have the librarian choose a title in a designated subject area. New and popular fiction provides an excellent source for the deceased being remembered through maximum circulations of the item. The minimum donation for a memorial book is $25.00, through which the library chooses a book. For a $30.00 or more donation, the patron may choose a specific subject.
Here is a partial list of some services that Monessen Public Library & Cultural Center can offer you:
- Meeting room space
- DVD rentals
- Audio books
- Large print books
- Free computer access
- National and local newspapers
- Study areas
- Comfortable reading spaces
- Tutoring room
- Adult programs
- Children’s programming
- Cultural events
- Interlibrary loan service to request materials from other libraries
- Community center to interact with others