COVID-19 Updates

…on the Online Catalog – Once you’re logged in* to your online account, you have the ability to place holds on items you’d like to check out. When your item…

Events & Programs

Events & Programs Explore all events, programs, & workshops at Oil Region Libraries. Filter by category & location to find events for a certain age-range or at a specific library….

Support Us

…Donations Click on the Donate button below to give online via Paypal or credit card. You can provide a one-time gift or set up a monthly contribution to your library. After selecting…

Music, Literature and Faith

Music, Literature and Faith

…duty during the Spanish-American War. The Central Avenue Hotel is now the site of the Oil City Library which opened July 6, 1904. The Oil City Carnegie Library opened in…

Digital Resources

…These self-paced, online courses include the same content taught by Cisco experts in classrooms around the world. The Networking Academy offers a comprehensive learning experience that includes online curriculum, assessments,…

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…a library card? Click here to register for an online-only card. Access to physical materials is granted by signing up at any of our locations. When registering in-person, please make…

Taking Flight

Taking Flight

…dismissed classes and the students headed to the hayfield. Word got out quickly about the famous visitors and the site was soon filled with spectators. Inside the Stuck house, Lindbergh…

Grand Spectacles

Grand Spectacles

…train depot, a site that would later be the location for a Holiday Inn motel. Serving as volunteers were Boy Scouts, National Guardsmen and Legionnaires. A first aid station was…

Oil City Library

…that Mr. Carnegie donate money for a library. He did agree to donate $44,000 to build the library provided that the citizens provide a site and guarantee $3,000 annually to…

Grove Hill Cemetery

Grove Hill Cemetery

site had been long referred to as “one of the largest wild turkey roosts in the county.” Two men are shown posing with a horse boasting a hefty mane and…