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: https://www.printeron.net/hapl/central. Printing will be available for 48 hours from the time you send it to the printer.
|Monday through Thursday||9:00 - 8:00|
|Friday||9:00 - 5:00|
|Saturday||9:00 - 4:00|
Due to its prohibitive cost, HAPL was forced to to drop the Chilton Auto Repair online database, but there is an alternative database (Auto Repair Source) available by clicking the link for POWER Library on this website. The library's book collection includes many past Chilton manuals, although the titles have ceased publication in hard copy.
Curbside Pickup Hazleton & Branches
During a portion of the state's Green Phase, the Hazleton Area Public Library and branch libraries will remain closed to the public. The main library and branches in Conyngham, Freeland and Nuremberg will be providing Curbside/Lobby Pickup.
Curbside pickup - Hazleton Library - or call 570-454-2961
Monday-Thursday 10:00-11:00, 2:00-3:00, and 6:00-7:00
Friday and Saturday 10:00-11:00 and 2:00-3:00
Lobby pickup - Valley Branch - or call 570-788-1339
Tuesday 9:30-11:30 and 1:30-3:30
Wednesday 1:30-3:30 and 6:30-7:30
Thursday 9:30-11:30 and 1:30-3:30
Lobby pickup - Freeland Branch - or call 570-636-2125
Monday 1:30-4:00 and 6:30-7:30
Tuesday 9:30-11:00 and 1:30-4:00
Wednesday 1:30-4:00 and 6:30-7:30
Thursday 9:30-11:00 and 1:30-4:00
Curbside pickup - Nuremberg Reading Center - or call 570-384-4101
Monday and Tuesday 11:00-12:00 and 3:00-4:00
Patrons can call the local library to schedule pickup. You may also submit a Google form and order materials online. The form can be found on our website (above in this article) and Facebook page (@hazletonlibrary). Each form is location specific.
During this closure, patrons can only reserve/check out materials from the pickup location. Patrons cannot reserve materials from other Luzerne County Library locations at this time as there is no delivery between libraries.
Hazleton (Main Library) is offering Curbside Pickup from our Mobile Printing Station. For instructions and assistance, either call or search our website (above)/Facebook page. After sending, please give the library a call during business hours and a staff member will confirm your printing and schedule a pickup time during the call. Printing costs 10 cents a page and printing is black and white.
A valid library card is required for materials checkout. Anyone may use our mobile printing service; no library card is required.
Staff will be available during our regular business hours at each location to answer questions, take curbside pickup requests, and receive honor and memorial book requests.
No donated materials can be accepted at this time.Read more ...
Stay tuned to this website, the Standard-Speaker, and Facebook for exciting news about the virtual summer programs we will be offering. At this time, we continie to provide curbside pickup for items. See below for details. We hope to see you soon!
The numbers game, in memory of Anna Belko, from Angela Daniele.
Doc, Donnie, The Kid and Billy Brawl, in memory of Patricia Bitel, from Rosalie, Connie, Mary Ann, Suzie & Sue.
Mantle, in memory of Patricia Bitel, from Rosalie, Connie, Mary Ann, Suzie & Sue.
Our dogs, ourselves, in memory of Patricia Bitel, from Rose Greschner.
The sons of Molly Maguire, in memory of Edward “Tex” Bradish, from Jean Bradish.
Clearer, closer, better, in memory of Rocco Colangelo, Jr., from Rick Morelli.
Start with your people, in memory of Rocco Colangelo, Jr., from Benny & Nancy Tranguch.
Transformed, in memory of Anthony Conston, Jr., from Lori & Meg Hudock.
Extraordinary dogs, in memory of Kevin Donatacci, from Mary Ann & Jerry Sauers.
What makes a wine worth drinking, in memory of Helen Eroh, from The McBride Family.
Don’t worry, bee happy, in memory of Elizabeth Haraschak, from Bonnie Whitebread & Anne Snyder.
Ali Cross, in memory of Gina Poncheri Kepp, from Nancy & George Strickler.
White bird, in memory of Gina Poncheri Kepp, from Nancy & George Strickler.
Rocket man, in memory of Rose Marie Kushmeder, from George Mattie.
Boxitects, in memory of James F. McGill, from Hajoca.
Fare thee well, in memory of William Morse, III, from Michael Kranyak.
Coconut layer cake murder, in memory of Carmella Parrell (Christmas Gift), from Sharon Kuntz & Linda Seaman.
The Cartiers, in memory of Edith Rigotti, from Lorna Veglia.
The Lion king, in memory of Simba, from Ronald & Sharon Maue.
City songs and American life, 1900-1950, in memory of Ann Marie Tedesco, from Nick, Nadine & Tiffany Veet.
Code red, in memory of Ann Marie Tedesco, from UNICO Club.
NFL century, in memory of Richie Yaniga, from Pat & Mary Beth Koch.
Ten innings at Wrigley, in memory of Richie Yaniga, from Neil & Nanette Palumbo.
Sailing true north, in memory of Robert H. Znachko, from Neil & Jane Mussoline.
Wanderlust, in honor of Robert & Carol Hoppy (Anniversary), from Robert & Evelyn Miller.
We are excited to announce that the library’s summer program is here! We have programs and activities for all ages (even adults). Over the summer, participants will read and do fun activities to earn points. If you earn 1,000 points, you complete the program and your name will be put in a prize drawing. This program is being offered at our branch libraries as well. To track your reading and activities, we are going to be using the READsquared online program. READsquared can be accessed through your web browser, or the READsquared app. It’s free and easy to use. Click here for details about READsquared and the Luzerne County Library System. If you'd like to view a READsquared tutorial, click here. Starting July 6, we will also be offering virtual programs. Each week we will have videos posted online for our storytimes, crafts, activities, guest presenters, and virtual field trips. In addition, we’ll have weekly grab-n-go packets for children and teens. These packets will have recipes, activities, instructions for crafts. At times, we will be able to offer the materials to do the crafts. If you’re interested in the summer program, please visit the “Upcoming Events” page on our website.
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