The Yeadon Public Library has long been a popular and valued community center and resource, known for its helpful staff, large collection, wide range of services, and relevant programs for children, teens and adults.
With a library card, you may borrow material from any of the 28 libraries in the Delaware County Library System – you can request the material online or ask a library staff member for assistance and it can be picked up at the Library.
Visit us online for more information, to search our online catalog of resources, or to renew and request items.
Monday-Thursday : 9:00am-8:00pm
Friday : 10:00am-6:00pm
Saturday : 9:00am-4:00pm
Library News & Events
- The library held a successful amnesty month in April. Many of the overdue items were returned.
- Registration for Children and Adult reading clubs will open on June 26th.
- The Library will participate in the Summer Meals Program this summer. Starting June 18th ending August 24th.
- The library has a fruit and vegetable garden sponsored by a grant from the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. When available free produce will be offered at the Library
- Read-A-Thon/Book Fair will be held on June 2nd from 8 am – 8pm. Vendors and Authors are needed for this event.
- Summer Enrichment Program will run June 27 – August 18th. For more information please contact the Library.
Trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture
Saturday, July 14
Reservations being accepted now and will be honored on a first come, first served basis.
Bus Trip to National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) – Washington, D.C. Tickets – $85.00 per person. A minimum $25 non-refundable deposit is due at time of reservation. Trip includes deluxe motor coach transportation, visit to NMAAHC and dinner at Golden Corral. Depart from Yeadon Public Library at 6:45 AM. Return to Yeadon Public Library at approx. 8:00 PM.
To make a reservation: Stop by the Yeadon Public Library or call 610-623-4090.
Friends of Yeadon Public Library
Friends of Yeadon Public Library is a non-profit organization designed to stimulate an awareness and interest in the library’s resources and programs; to assist in the development of these programs; to solicit funds and gifts that will expand or improve library services; to lend assistance to the library and its staff on special projects; and to foster a closer relationship between the library and the residents in the Borough of Yeadon.
What Do Friends Do?
Through a program of volunteer, promotional and fund-raising activities, they help to acquire important materials and equipment, and fund programs that are beyond the confines of the Library’s regular budget. They also aim to inform the community of the Library’s resources, services and needs.
Why Do We Need Good Friends?
The Library would like to offer the citizens of Yeadon increased services and programs, but we need your help. Your interest, assistance and contributions will help make our Library an outstanding cultural and educational center dedicated to serving our entire community. Whether as fund-raisers, volunteers or advocates, an organized Friends group is living proof of the Library’s value to the community.
Inquire about Friends of Yeadon Public Library – see what you can do to help.
Friends of Yeadon Public Library
809 Longacre Boulevard, Yeadon, PA 19050