Meeting space is limited. Priority is given to library programs and our community non-profit partners on a first request, first served basis. Programs should be free and open to the public. To inquire about meeting room space, call the library at 797-8510, Monday through Thursday or Saturday 9-5 and ask to speak to the Assistant Director. We prefer at least one week's notice. Events should be scheduled to end 1/2 hour before library closing time. Those attending events in the meeting room should park behind the library off Walnut Street in the library lot or the city lot behind it and enter through the Walnut Street doors.

Library Calendar

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Author Visit

Join us on Saturday, November 2nd at 2 p.m. when the Mary H. Weir Public Library will host Tina Parkhurst, reading from her new book, Too True Adventures: NeeNee and Furrends Explore the Neighborhood, which follows the adventures of two cute cats who don’t let their disabilities slow them down. NeeNee, who is blind, and her friend Taz, who was injured in a fire, are based on real cats. As they travel through their neighborhood, the two cats meet a variety of kind people and animals.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Weirton Woman's Club Sponsors Foreign Film Showing

On Tuesday, October 22, the GFWC Weirton Woman's Club International Affairs Committee will host an Oscar winning French film set on the coast of Denmark. International foods will be served from 5:30-6:00 and the film will begin at 6:00. There is no charge from the event and all are welcome to attend. The event will be held in the library's activity room on the lower level. Guests are encouraged to park behind the library and use the Walnut Street entrance.

Rediscovering Holliday's Cove

On Monday, October 21, the library will host the premier of Rediscovering Holliday's Cove, a video created by the Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center. Using photographs, documents, artwork and maps, local experts will paint a vivid picture of how the early settlers of this area lived from the time of the Revolutionary War until 1947, when Holliday's Cove joined with other communities to form the incorporated town of Weirton.

The first showing will occur at 6:00 in the library's activity room on the lower level. We recommend that those attending park behind the library and use the the Walnut Street entrance.  A second showing will take place at 7:30. This a a free event sponsored by the Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center.

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