***What’s Happening***

2024 Ongoings

The Albion Area Public Library recently received a generous grant from the Rees Foundation! We were able to purchase a new main floor display and Children/Adult Programming tables. Both purchases will allow us to better serve our library patrons! Thank you, Elizabeth Rees, for your generous donation!


We will be continuing our “Take and Make” Book Program for 2024!! Look for new bags each month on our FB page.


We are working with several departments at the Northwestern High school to continue our StoryWalk on the nature trail. Our StoryWalk is an ongoing (year-round) activity that the Northwestern High School and Albion Area Public Library are working on together.


Adult Yoga classes are held on certain Saturdays in the Children’s Library at 10 am. Next class- Spring 2024


Check out our FB page for upcoming and ongoing children and adult programs!!



We will be starting a Seed Library soon!

What is a seed library? It is a collection of seeds (vegetable, herb, and flower) that patrons are able to borrow in order to plant and grow at home. At the end of the growing season, a portion of the seeds are then returned to the library’s collection.

Why a seed library?

-helps reintroduce patrons to the art of growing food.

-combats hunger insecurity and biodiversity loss.

-encourages experimentation

-a low risk opportunity to try something new

To learn more, please visit: Garden Talk Archives – Gardening Help from ECPL – LibGuides at Erie County Public Library



**Due to upcoming construction, we can no longer accept donations**

Saturday, February 3, 2024 from 9am-2pm



The Albion Library Board of Trustees and the Albion Borough Council are working hand-in-hand to repair and improve the library building. For these construction projects, the library has received the following grants:

2021– Erie Community Foundation’s ‘Helping Today’ Grant

– Erie County Gaming and Revenue’s ‘Anchor Building Grant’

2022– Keystone Grant for Public Libraries

2023– LSA Statewide Program Grant through the Department of Community and Economic Development