Open for Limited In-Person Services; Masks Required

Dormont Public Library is currently open for limited in-person services. In the interests of public health, mask use will continue to be required until further notice, regardless of a patron or staff member's vaccination status.

Our current hours are:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday: 9 AM-5 PM
Tuesday: 11 AM-7 PM
Friday: 9 AM-2 PM

Curbside pickup services, remote printing, and 24/7 Wi-Fi in the parking lot will remain in place as long as there is a demand for these services. We encourage patrons to use these services whenever possible.

For complete information on the in-person services we're offering, hit the link below.

Library Service Updates

2021 Enjoy Coupon Book: Erroneous Listing

Thank you for your interest in the 2021 Enjoy Coupon Book. Unsold coupon books are returned to Enjoy at the end of December. Due to an oversight, the page offering coupon books for sale continued to be live on our website and visible in search results past that date. We do not have coupon books in stock at this time, but we expect to receive the coupon books for 2022 around the end of summer. We will post a notice … Read More

At-Home Road Trip Answers: May, Week 4

Here are the answers for the final week of May’s At-Home Road Trip ticket book. Remember, to receive credit for this week, a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult must sign your page to confirm that you filled in the answers before the answers were posted. Click the post title for the full answers.

Saturday Storytime: Apples to Oregon

Amy reads Apples to Oregon, by Deborah Hopkinson and with illustrations by Nancy Carpenter, published by Atheneum Books for Young Readers. The full title of this book is “Apples to Oregon: Being the (Slightly) True Narrative of How a Brave Pioneer Father Brought Apples, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and Cherries (and Children) Across the Plains”. Talk about a mouthful! This all-American tall tale is (very) loosely based on the story of a real family who brought the first apple trees … Read More

At-Home Road Trip Answers: May, Week 3

Here are the answers for Week 3 of May’s At-Home Road Trip ticket book. Remember, to receive credit for this week, a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult must sign your page to confirm that you filled in the answers before the answers were posted. Click the post title for the full answers.

Saturday Storytime: What’s Opposite?

Amy reads What’s Opposite, by Stephen R. Swinburne, published by Boyds Mills Press. Up and down, big and small, hot and cold–opposites are all around us. This photograph picture book for young readers has examples of of many opposites. After the story, Amy demonstrates how to make a paper flower that folds up into a seed, or is it a paper seed that unfolds into a flower? (Forward and backward–two more very important opposites.)

At-Home Road Trip Answers: May, Week 2

Here are the answers for Week 2 of May’s At-Home Road Trip ticket book. Remember, to receive credit for this week, a parent, guardian, or other responsible adult must sign your page to confirm that you filled in the answers before the answers were posted. Click the post title for the full answers.

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