Welcome to Mount Pleasant Public Library

UPCOMING EVENTS

See our complete list of events!


 To sign up for these programs please call 724-547-3850, stop by our circulation desk, or sign up on our events page!  

For more weekly programs click on our programs and services tab above!

  • Thanks to the Kakos Grant Project, everyone is welcome to read a book in our Story Garden!
  • Join our adult bookclub the last Monday of the month at 6:30pm.
  • AncesTree Hunters genealogy group. Search for your ancestors and meet new friends! 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month, 5-7PM.
  • Chess club is held every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month, 10am-11:30am.


Custodian Wanted!

We are accepting applications for custodian, 10-hours a week. Applications at the library.

Block Party for Kids!

Wednesday, April 26, 6 p.m. Free, open program for children to play with blocks as a path to building skills in math, science and literacy. Build a neighborhood, a tower or create your own story!

Annual Rummage Sale

Saturday, April 29, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Middle Presbyterian Church, Route 981 and State Street. A Friends fundraiser for the library.

Friends of the Library meeting

Monday, May 1, 11 a.m, Mount Pleasant Dairy Queen. New members welcome! Questions? Call Joni at 724-547-2671

 

The Gardens of Powdermill

Wednesday, May 17, 6 p.m. Come learn about a nearby treasure, when Scottdale Garden Designer Martha Oliver showcases the gardens at Powdermill Nature Reserve. Free but please RSVP to 724-547-3850.

An Evening with Ulysses S. Grant – Civil War General, U.S. President

Wednesday, May 24, 6 p.m. Our guest speaker will tell the tale of Grant’s life and honorable service with his armies, as well as debunk the myths of Grant’s career from soldier to president. Kenneth Serfass is a “first-person impressionist,” who studied Grant for more than 40 years. A Civil War reenactor, Serfass has appeared across the country at walking tours, horseback rides, railroad excursions, living history round tables and presentations at National Parks and battlefields such as Gettysburg, Vicksburg and the General Grant National memorial. he is a retired gunnery sergeant with the U.S. Marine Corps. Free, but please RSVP to 724-547-3850.

Pittsburgh to DC by Bike

Coming in August!  Join J. Lorne Peachey, of Scottdale, as he shares his adventures of riding the Great Allegheny Passage from Pittsburgh to Washington, D.C. Free, but please RVSP to 724-547-3850.

 

Groups and Events

Anime Club: Check out the latest schedule of events on our Facebook Page!