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The library will be closing early today, January 7th due to the snowy weather. Stay safe out there!
Join us Thursday, Friday, and Saturday November 6-8 at the Helene Barco-Duratz Cultural Center for our Fall Used Book Sale. Located at 411 Chestnut Street and sponsored by the Friends of the Meadville Public Library, the book sale will be open Thursday from 4-8, Friday from 9:30-5, and Saturday from 9:30-2:30. Bag Day is Saturday.
Read an eBook Day is a celebration begun by Overdrive — our major source for ebooks through the Crawford County Federated Library System’s CCFLS eStacks. Take a moment to enjoy an eBook or share how eBooks fit into your life at http://readanebookday.com/ Never read an eBook? Well, this is a great time to give it a try! Many eBooks from Overdrive are available to read directly in your browser so even if you don’t have a dedicated reader you can enjoy books right here on Read More +
If you’re making room for new books this Fall, please consider helping us out by donating your good-condition used books to our book sale. We have an on-going sale at the Library and will be holding our Fall Book Sale November 6-8th. We accept donations up until the week before the sale. Thanks for thinking of us!
In addition to the Library’s big spring and fall book sales there is an ongoing sale located on the Library’s Main Floor. Most fiction and non-fiction books are priced at $2.50 to $3.00, however there are often vintage or collectible books that would make great gifts. These are just a few of our current offerings: The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night; a Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments (Complete 16-volume set of 10 volumes plus 6 supplemental volumes) privately Read More +