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570.454.2961
55 N Church St, Hazleton, PA 18201

570.454.2961
55 N Church St, Hazleton, PA 18201

Mobile Printing
With our Mobile Print Service, you can use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library's printer from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to pay for (10 cents per page),  release, and pick up your printing. Use this link: http://www.printeron.net/hapl/central Printing will be available for 48 hours from the time you send it to the printer.

 

WEATHER NOTICE 

IF THE HAZLETON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT DELAYS OR CLOSES DUE TO  INCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS, THE HAZLETON AREA PUBLIC LIBRARY WILL NOT OPEN BEFORE 10 AM. IF WEATHER IS “SEVERE”, PLEASE PHONE 570-454-2961 TO CONFIRM LIBRARY HOURS.

 

 

 

Hazleton Library Hours

Day  Hours
 Monday through Thursday  9:00 - 8:00
 Friday  9:00 - 5:00
 Saturday  9:00 - 4:00
 Sunday  CLOSED
Library News for the Week of January 20

Souper Bowl Canned Food Drive
The Hazleton Area Public Library is collecting canned goods for our first - ever Souper Bowl canned food drive, benefiting Catholic Social Services - Hazleton. Our main goal is to collect canned soup, but all canned goods will be accepted.Drop off locations include the main library and all four branches. Donations will be accepted until Saturday, February 8.. For questions, visit or call the library at 570-454-2961.

Tax Forms
The library serves as a distribution point for some federal and state income tax forms. The library expects to have forms available for distribution by early February. Be sure to call before stopping by to check availability.

FAFSA Help Event
The library will be hosting Robin Walker, Higher Education Access Partner-Northeast Region, for an evening presentation on Thursday, January 23 at 6:00. This event is free and ideal for those with questions, or those needing help applying for FAFSA /PHEAA financial aid. To register for this free program, please visit, or call the library at 570-454-2961.

Valentine’s Day Card Craft
The library will hold an adult art program on Tuesday, January 28. Attendees will be making Valentine’s Day cards using string art. There will be two designs to choose from. Come out and create a card for that special someone. Class will start at 6:00 in the Community Room. Please use the Green Street entrance. Registration is required as space is limited. Please contact the library’s Reference Desk in person or by phone at 570-454-2961 to sign up. Last day to register is Friday, January 24.

Tech-Time
Due to increased demand, the library will host two drop in, tech-time tutoring sessions this month. The first will be held Wednesday, February 5 from 6:00-7:00. The second will be held Tuesday, February 18 from 10:00 -11:00. One of our knowledgeable staff members will be available downstairs in the reference department, ready to answer your questions.This program is free and open to the public. No reservations are required as these events are drop in. For questions about the program, call or visit the reference department of the library at 570-454-2961, and ask for Jeff.

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New Database - AtoZ Food America

If you think that spice is the variety of life and love American cuisine in its many forms,  AtoZ Food America is the product for you. AtoZ Food America contains recipes in all course categories (appetizers, soups, salads, breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts, snacks, and beverages) for six US regions, all 50 states, and 33 ethnic cuisines. AtoZ Food America also covers food culture for the above regions, states, and ethnic cuisines with articles such as Classic Dishes, State Foods, Top Agricultural Products, Special Occasion Foods, Ethnic and Geographic Influences, Special Ingredients, and Food Trivia.

FEATURES • 6 US Regions  • 50 US States  • 33 Ethnic Cuisines • 9,000+ Food Photos  • 1,700+ Food Quotes • 2,500+ Recipes • 650+ Ingredient Articles  • 250+ State Beer Reviews • 600+ Food Culture Articles • 800+ Food Glossary Terms  • Personal Recipe Book • Share and Print Options

BENEFITS • Libraries benefit from AtoZ Food America’s relevance and appeal to diverse library populations. • Students use AtoZ Food America to find information on food culture and recipes for report writing. • Members of cooking clubs have access to classic recipes for every region, state, and ethnic cuisine. • Culinary schools use AtoZ Food America as a research tool for both recipes and food culture.

Library News for the Week of January 13

Souper Bowl Canned Food Drive
The Hazleton Area Public Library is collecting canned goods for our first ever Souper Bowl canned food drive, benefiting Catholic Social Services - Hazleton. Our main goal is to collect canned soup, but all canned goods will be accepted. Drop off locations include the main library and all four branches. Donations will be accepted until Saturday, February 8. For questions, visit or call the library at 570-454-2961.

Tax Forms
The library serves as a distribution point for some federal and state income tax forms. The library expects to have forms available for distribution by early February. Be sure to call before stopping by to check availability.

Computer Job Application Assistance
Need help applying for a job online? A staff member will be available in the reference department of the library Tuesday, January 14 at 10:00 to help with the job application process. Basic computer skills are necessary as there may be multiple people needing help at one time. Be sure to have a resume and cover letter saved to an email account, and be able to access said email account before attending the program. Please register by visiting or calling the library at 570-454-2961.

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Library News for the Week of January 6

Tech-Time
The library will be hosting a drop in tech-time tutoring session this Wednesday, January 8 from 6:00-7:00. One of our knowledgeable staff members will be available downstairs in the reference department, ready to answer your questions.This program is free and open to the public. No reservations are required as this is a drop in event. For any questions about the program, call or visit the reference department of the library at 570-454-2961, and ask for Jeff.

Health Talk: Common Plants & Herbs
The library will be hosting Dr. Alicia Powell for an evening discussion Thursday January 9 at 6:00. This program will focus on medicinal applications of common plants and herbs. Attendees will learn how herbal medicine can be a powerful support to overall health. This will include how/why specific herbs work in practical 1st aid applications, skin care, immune system and digestive support. Ways to achieve success with safe usage will be emphasized. This adult program is free and open to the public. Registration is required and can be made by visiting or calling the library at 570-454-2961.

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Library News for the Week of December 30

Holiday Hours
The library is open 9:00–5:00 today. The library will be open 9:00-3:00 tomorrow, Tuesday, December 31. The library will be closed Wednesday, January 1.

Tech-Time
The library will be hosting a drop in, tech-time tutoring session on Wednesday, January 8 from 6:00-7:00. One of our knowledgeable staff members will be available downstairs in the reference department, ready to answer your questions. This program is free and open to the public. No reservations are required as this is a drop in event. For any questions about the program, call or visit the reference department of the library at 570-454-2961, and ask for Jeff.

Health Talk: Medicinal Benefits of Common Plants & Herbs
The library will be hosting Dr. Alicia Powell for an evening discussion Thursday, January 9 at 6:00. This program will focus on medicinal applications of common plants and herbs. Attendees will learn how herbal medicine can be a powerful support to overall health. This will include how/why specific herbs work in practical 1st aid applications, skin care, immune system and digestive support. Ways to achieve success with safe usage will be emphasized. This adult program is free & open to the public. Registration is required & can be made by visiting or calling the library at 570-454-2961.

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