Mount Pleasant Public Library
120 South Church Street Mount Pleasant, PA 15666-1879
Phone: 724-547-3850 Fax: 724-547-0324

Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 11:00 am -8:00 pm
 Wednesday:  10:00 am  - 8:00 pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 9:00 am -5:00 pm
Sunday: Closed


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Library Giving

Library Giving & You

Memorial or In Honor Of Gifts

  • A Memorial gift to the Mount Pleasant Library will be acknowledged with a special card to the family of the one remembered and naming the donor.

  • Gifts of $25.00 will provide for a book to be placed in the permanent collection.  Inside the book, a special bookplate will name the one remembered along with the donor.

  • Gifts of $15.00 will place a children's book in the permanent youth collection.  Inside the book, a special bookplate will name both the one remembered and the donor.

  • Gifts of $500.00 will be commemorated with a bronze plaque hung in the Library bearing the name of the one being remembered or honored.

Your contributions are tax-deductible.
~Printable one-page form for your memorial gift~
he Mount Pleasant Public Library is registered with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations.

Join the Mount Pleasant Library Association

To join the Mount Pleasant Library Association, print out and mail this one-page printable form to: 
                                                                                                 Mount Pleasant Public Library 
                                                                                                 120 South Church Street 
                                                                                                 Mount Pleasant, PA 15666

Annual Letter to Association Members

November 3, 2006 

Dear Friend,

Nearly 68 years after its founding, the Mount Pleasant Public Library continues to be an important part of the educational and cultural life of our community.  Of the 22,342 titles currently in our collection, there are 872 reference books, 202 DVDs, 124 videocassettes, 229 audio books, 72 current periodicals and 3 newspapers. Just as our inventory continues to grow, so does our patron list. The computers are in constant use, patrons are reading the latest periodical or newspaper, another corner hosts teaching activities (both adult and student), a patron is looking at our DVD display, another patron is in the back room searching through the genealogy books, someone else is standing at the desk searching the automated card catalog, and another patron is in the stacks looking for a book while still another group is in the activity room with a program for children or teens.  Our library is busy.

Our great staff has been busy hosting many programs and events this year. Stage Right Performances, Natureology, Mother Goose Story Hour, Dragonology, Chess, Egyptology, Adult Book Club, Board Games, Walk in the Park, Book Fair, ADAPT Outreach, Story hour, Summer Reading Program, and Robotics, to name a few. These programs have been well attended. The Summer Reading Program had a grand total of 1577 in attendance. Some of our special visitors this year were Representative Jess Stairs who was here to read to the children during One Book, Every Young Child Story Hour and Westmoreland County Prison’s Detective Beacon and his trained dog, Officer Bosco, from the Westmoreland County Drug Awareness Program.        

Thanks to the generous memorial donations from our patrons and their families, we were able to purchase many requested books and audio books.

We invite you to visit our library or check us out online, at  The staff updates the text and pictures weekly. All residents of Westmoreland County are entitled to a free library card.

We need your continued support through your association dues. New and potential members are always welcome. Thank you.     


Nancy J. Sebek
Board President

For more giving options contact Mary Lou Shick, library director at

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