Come Join Us

Effective August 8, 2022, through August 14, 2022, the Montoursville Public Library plans to be closed in order to move to a temporary location, 17 Pierce Lane, Montoursville, PA 17754.

The library plans to reopen August 15, 2022, at its temporary site.

If moving logistics take less time, the library will resume regular hours at that time. The facility at 384 Broad Street is going to be remodeled from floor to ceiling with all new furniture, high efficiency lighting and new heating/cooling/air circulating equipment, a total “Refresh.”

This temporary site is expected to last through November 27, 2022. If construction moves at a faster pace, then the library will reopen at its current location sooner.

The website and related social media https://www.facebook.com/konklelibrary will be updated as things progress.

The library will continue to offer books and DVD’s for patrons in a limited capacity.  Some non-current materials will be stored during these months and will not be available for patrons to borrow. Other services such as interlibrary loans will still be available for a pickup or drop-off.  Computer and faxing access will be curtailed.

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Events

Social distancing and masks are required. Any questions, contact the Konkle Library at:
570-368-1840www.konklelibrary.org.

For more videos, check out our Youtube Channel.

Konkle Memorial Library is getting a refresh!

Read more in this WNEP article.

Those who are interested can stop in to pick up a contribution form or call  570-368-1840 to have a brochure mailed. Online donations can also be made by visiting: fcfpartnership.org/give/donate-online and choosing “Konkle Memorial Library Fund.”

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Page Turner Adventures

Page Turner Adventures includes crafts, recipes, and more! Closed Captioning and Fullscreen are available for each video.

The Konkle Memorial Library has joined forces with the American Library Association to participate in the Libraries Transform campaign. Libraries Transform highlights how libraries are community centers of information, technology and learning that fuel educational and economic opportunity for all of our citizens. Libraries contribute to education, employment, entrepreneurship, engagement and empowerment, and are catalysts for powerful individual and community change. Please share your “because” statement about how the library has helped transform your life!