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Return the completed application to the Library Services Desk to receive a WAGGIN library card. A valid photo ID with proof of address must be provided when submitting the form. Children from pre-school age through age 12 must have a parent sign their application for a library card.
The WAGGIN network is made up of 20 libraries in Washington, Greene, and Fayette counties. Through a web-based catalog and special resources, residents have access to over 800,000 items, shared databases, and free online classes with their WAGGIN Library Card. WAGGIN Libraries strengthen our community by inspiring lifelong learning and promoting literacy and knowledge.
Patrons are required to use a bar-coded WAGGIN library card when checking out materials and for logging onto the library’s computers.
The “pin” number automatically assigned to each card is the last 4 digits of the home phone number.
The library accepts donations of books, CDs, DVDs, and other items for possible inclusion in the collection. We do not accept textbooks, encyclopedia sets, or items that are moldy, musty, or in disrepair. We also cannot guarantee that donated items will be added to the collection, nor can we give a fair market value to donated items. Any books or other items that do not become part of the library’s collection may be included in the library’s ongoing book sale. The money raised goes back into the library to buy more materials for the collection.
The Memorial Book Program offers you an opportunity to donate funds for the purchase of a book to be added to the library’s collection in memory of or in honor of friends or relatives. You may specify a subject area or the library’s staff will select a book in an area in need of new materials. Your gift book will bear a bookplate naming the donor and the person memorialized. Letters of acknowledgment and appreciation will be sent to both the donor and the family of the person who is being honored. Print and complete a Memorial Book Request Form and return it to the library or fill out our online form.
Your support of the library allows us to continue providing services and resources to the residents of Peters Township and beyond. Each day, hundreds of individuals walk through the library’s doors – everyone from local college students, business owners, the unemployed, families, retirees, immigrants and more. As a donor, you recognize that libraries are the thread that holds together the fabric of our community. Libraries support literacy and education, gather and provide access to information, support the democratic process, enhance the quality of life and build community. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us continue providing the materials, services, and programs that enrich and enhance our community.
You can make a secure online donation using a credit card or PayPal.
Feeling under the weather and not able to visit the library? Let us bring the library to you! Our Homebound Library Delivery Service is available to township residents of any age who are unable to come to the library due to a temporary or permanent illness, visual problem, or other limitation. Library volunteers will select, deliver and pick up library materials to qualifying residents for a three week period. If interested in using this service, please contact the library. Don’t have a WAGGIN Library Card? No problem, we can sign you up for a new one when we deliver!
Looking for some resources to help prepare your child for kindergarten and have no idea where to start? Let us do the searching for you. Simply download and fill out an Express K Pick-up form or use our online form to indicate what topics you would like to work on with your child and we will pull the resources for you! Please allow 3 days for the items to be made available for you.
A MakerSpace is a physical location where people gather to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, network, create, and build. They are zones of self-directed learning and their hands-on character, paired with tools and machines, support invention, tinkering, and interaction.
PTPL’s MakerSpace has a variety of equipment—some available on a first-come, first-served basis, some which require staff-member assistance. Our tools include 3D printers, a sewing machine, an embroidery machine, button-presses, an Accucut machine, and more. Check out our MakerSpace brochure for a complete listing.
Looking for a few good book recommendations? PTPL Find-A-Book has got you covered! Just tell us your three favorite reading genres and possibly the title of a book you recently enjoyed. Our staff of reading experts will send you our top 3 picks.
(Please note: While the library is closed to the public during the Covid-19 crisis, recommended titles will be selected from the library's OverDrive eBook and eAudiobook collection. If you're unfamiliar with OverDrive, check out our tutorial here.)
Color, Coffee, and Classics – Wednesdays at 9:15 am
Coupon Club – 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 6:00 pm
Daytime Knit and Crochet Club – 2nd and 4th Mondays at 1 pm
French Conversation Group – 2nd Thursday at 6:30 pm
German Meetup – 1st Monday at 6:30 pm
LensShooters Photography Club – 2nd Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Roots Genealogy Club – 2nd Tuesday at 1:00 pm
Spanish Conversation Circle – 3rd Saturday at 1 pm
Stamp Club – 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 pm
Wii Sports for Adults – Wednesdays at 10:30 am
World War II Discussion Group – 4th Wednesday at 11:30 am
We have created an exciting and dynamic visual tour of the library facilities that is posted on Google Tour and can be accessed using the link below. The online tour will show the interior of the library, meeting rooms, study areas, and more.
Information & Library Services Desk
New Book Reading Area
Youth Services Department
Local History Room
Reference & Information Desk
Study Areas and Tables
The Peters Township Public Library has a variety of open and available spaces throughout the library for quiet study, tutoring, and other activities. We also have several reservable spaces available for your next meeting or program.