The Friends have a common concern for the Library's active participation in
the community and have strong convictions that good library service is an
essential part of everyone's intellectual enrichment.
The Friends create public support and assistance for expanding library
programs and encourage gifts, endowments and memorials to the library.
Working to promote library services, the Friends organize public events, raise
money and sponsor a variety of library activities such as: Morning Book
Discussion, Shakespeare Readers, a strong Genealogy Society, and French,
Spanish, and Italian Conversation Groups. Other programs feature speakers
on local and national events.
Through their efforts, they have helped build and support our Library since
1932. Their contributions, including over 30 years of hugely successful,
annual (and sometimes more frequent) book sales, have enriched library
services in the Mt. Lebanon community. In December 2008, the Friends
opened the Book Cellar to serve the library community year-round and to
raise funds for the Mt. Lebanon Public Library. Friends of the Mt. Lebanon Public is a non-profit 501(c)(3) entity and donations are deductible for federal tax purposes. If you would like to make a donation please mail your contribution to:
The Friends of the Mt. Lebanon Public Library
16 Castle Shannon Blvd
Pittsburgh, PA. 15228
Have any questions? Click on the "Contact Us" button to the right of this screen and let us know how we can be of assistance.
The Book Cellar
The Friends operate a year-round book shop in the lower level of the library,
with all proceeds benefiting the library. The book shop opens almost daily except Sunday. Please stop by and see what we have! This is not just a library book sale. The books are organized by field of interest, i.e. Fiction, History, Art, etc. We do not sell books that would not be considered in good condition and most are very good to near new.
Just a note: We have not held the semi-annual book sale since the fall of 2008. The sale goes on everyday but Sunday.