Our History:

The Wyalusing Public Library is located at 115 Church St. In Wyalusing, Pennsylvania. For 120 years, we have served as an information and education hub for our community. We are immensely proud of this continuing legacy.

Our building was offered as a gift to the community in 1902 through the generosity of Francis R. Welles. Welles fervently believed in the value of education in improving the world. He felt that by making information an accessible to communities, the quality of their educational quality would enliven and improve the culture. To this end, Welles stocked the Wyalusing Public Library with materials from his own personal collection.

Albert Tipp, a Wilkes-Barre architect, designed the library building. Tipp constructed the building to be as fireproof as current day techniques would allow. The facade is brick, and a cement liner sits between the roof and interior rooms. When an addition was built in 1991 through the Generosity of the Taylor Family of Wyalusing, the building’s original tiled fireplaces and oak woodwork was kept intact.

The building contains many unique details from the turn-of-the-century period in which it was built. You will spot many of them upon arriving in our lobby. We believe that these historical qualities mesh with the features of the modern library to create a unique and special atmosphere. Further, the library is the only historic building in Wyalusing to remain used for its original intent and purpose.

We can’t wait to see you when visit our wonderful building.


Yes. Your first card is free, should you need a replacement there is a $5 charge.

There are several ways you can renew  your items.

1. Bring your library card in to the library and we can renew  your items.

2. Call the library at (570) 746-1711 during normal business hours, and provide us the last 5 digits of your library card number.

3. Renew your books yourself online. Simply click on the Online Catalog link and log into your account in the menu above, using your library card number and the telephone number on file, with no dashes or spaces.

There is a limit of 50 print materials allowed to be checked out on a single card at any given time.

There is a limit of 5 DVDs to be checked out on a single card at any given time.

There is fine of $0.25 per day for books, magazines and audiobooks.

There is a fine of $1 per day for DVDs.

You will be contacted by the library regarding your overdue items after they are one week past due and again after two weeks past due.

If the items are still not returned, you will be sent a certified letter at three weeks and if the items have still not been returned the account will be turned over to the magistrate.

No. We have a desk pass that we can use to check a computer out to you.

Yes. Printed pages are $0.25 per page for black and white prints and $0.50 per page for color prints.

We have a copier that is available to the public. Copies are $0.25 per page.

We also offer fax services. We charge $1 per page outgoing, and $0.25 for the confirmation page.

Incoming faxes are $0.25 per page.

Board of Trustees

Board Meetings:

Board meetings are open to the public, and we encourage the public to attend.

Library Board of Trustees:

John Harrison (President)

Joan Abrey (Vice President)

Cheryl Chamberlin (Treasurer)

Denise Schloder (Secretary)

Tony Carey 

Kimberly DeRemer

Nick DeRemer


Christine Condie, Managing Director
Morgan Clinton, Librarian
Alicia Sutton, Librarian
Diana Nichols, Circulation
Anna Pickering, Circulation and Pre-School Story Hour
Laura Smith, Programming and Events