The Eccles-Lesher Memorial Library is a small hometown library located
in the rural community of Rimersburg, PA. It was built in 1968 and was renovated in 2003. It serves seven municipalities with a total
population of 6,003. Our staff welcomes you to stop in and visit us any
To access the Olde Days of Rimersburg Photo Gallery, click here
Summer Hours to begin May 1st, 2014: Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Saturday Hours for June - August: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.) Closed Wednesday & Sunday
THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, AUGUST 18TH, 2014 DUE TO RIMERSBURG BOROUGH MAINTENANCE ON OUR WATER SERVICE. WE WILL ALSO BE CLOSED FRIDAY, AUGUST 22ND, 2014 FOR STAFF TRAINING.
School Library Journal Gr 9 Up-O'Brien's follow-up to Birthmarked (Roaring Brook, 2010) begins with Gaia Stone at a lonely oasis in the wasteland, far from the Enclave she escaped. She and her infant sister, Maya, are rescued by Peter, a young man from a settlement called Sylum, which, in its own way, is as strange and harsh a place as the Enclave. Women are only one tenth of the population but they rule over the men, many of whom are sterile. Any physical ...More
The Great Migration: Journey to the North by Eloise Greenfield
School Library Journal K-Gr 8-In eloquent verse, Greenfield narrates the story of the migration during the years 1915-1930 of more than a million African Americans from the rural South to the industrial North in search of opportunity, employment, and fair treatment. The poems are arranged under five headings that represent the stages of the journey: "The News," "Goodbyes," "The Trip," "Question," and "Up ...More
Library Journal The author of Seabiscuit now brings us a biography of World War II prisoner of war survivor Louis Zamperini (b. 1917). A track athlete at the 1936 Munich Olympics, Zamperini became a B-24 crewman in the U.S. Army Air Force. When his plane went down in the Pacific in 1943, he spent 47 days in a life raft, then was picked up by a Japanese ship and survived starvation and torture in labor camps. Eventually repatriated, he had a spiritual rebir...More
The POWER Library is available at Pennsylvania public libraries, school libraries and the State Library. You can also access the resources of the POWER Library from home by going to your public library's web page. To access the resources you will need to enter the barcode number located on your valid library card.