Costume Jewelry Fundraiser


We will be having a Gently Used Costume Jewelry Fundraiser on Saturday May 6th at our Harrison branch! We will have necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more! You can shop for yourself, a friend or a family member! Keep this event in mind when you’re shopping for Mother’s Day!

We are currently looking for donations of gently used costume jewelry. Please make sure your costume jewelry is in good condition and that it is not precious metals or stones. Please give your donations directly to a staff member at the circulation desk during business hours by Friday, April 7th.

All proceeds will benefit the Community Library of Allegheny Valley.

Who Knew? Lights! Cameras! Action! (6 pm May 16 or May 17 @ Tarentum)

Did you know actor Rock Hudson actually visited the Manos Theater in Tarentum for the opening of one of his films?  Discover various, little known, interesting facts about the many area  movie theaters.  Come and enjoy history in a fun and engaging way.  Audience stories are welcomed.  Program is presented at 6:00pm on Tuesday, MAY 16 and repeated on Wednesday, MAY 17.

Registrations are needed; seating is very limited.  Call 724-226-0770 to save your seat.

The WHO KNEW? series is sponsored by the Local History department of the Community Library of Allegheny Valley in the Tarentum branch @ 400 Lock St., Tarentum.



First Quarter of Library Club 200 Raffle

It’s not too late to join our Library Club 200 raffle.  Members pay $30 for one of 200 tickets.  A ticket is good for one quarter of the year (three months) and a drawing will be held each Tuesday.  The owner of the number drawn each week will receive $100 and be immediately entered for the next week’s drawing.  Every club member is eligible to win every week regardless of previous wins.  The first quarter will run from January 3 to March 28.

Call 724-226-3491 or visit the library to find out more information or which numbers are still available.


Are you interested in being a Volunteer for the Community Library of Allegheny Valley?

We are currently building our volunteer program. There are many ways that you can help the library.

If you have time to share, there is a place for you with us. For more information, contact the library at 724-226-3491.