The Reference Department will provide readily available, accessible, and approachable service. Staff will strive to meet every patron's informational and reading guidance needs, regardless of the patron's age, economic status, or race. Information and assistance is provided at the library by qualified reference librarians.
Events & Workshops
department provides a wide variety of events and workshops for adults of all
Informational and entertaining speakers, classes and clubs.
See our program calendar for a full list of events.
BPPL offers a wide variety of computer classes
for adult of all ages.
One-on-one appointments are available
for you to learn more about your laptop, e-reader, smartphone, digital camera or
common software program. Appointments are 45 minutes long. Bring your charged
device and all relevant cords/cables. Days and times vary. Call for more
information or to schedule an appointment.
*The library does not offer IT services or computer, tablet or cell phone repair.
The Senior Resource Center is an on-site resource center that provides materials for activity professionals, caregivers, and volunteers working with seniors. The center houses books, multi-media kits, games, DVD's and much more.. These materials assist patrons with program planning, recreational and educational activities, and care giving.
BPPL houses a broad large print collection for all library users.
available to Bethel Park residents who are unable to come to the library either
temporarily or permanently. Once a month staff will select and deliver materials
directly to your home and pick up returns. This service is provided to both
individuals in their homes and residents of senior care facilities. To sign up
for homebound services, please call the library at 412-835-2207 ext. 264
Homebound Delivery Application
The fourth Wednesday of every month we will be hosting a Memory Cafe in the fireplace room from 10-11am. Originally started in England, this informal setting provides the caregiver a forum for discussion, reducing the isolation often felt by people with dementia, their caregivers and families. Discussions can range from practical tips for coping with dementia, avoiding caregiver burnout or information about community resources. Coffee and conversation specifically for people with memory loss and their caregivers.