The Bradford County Library collection includes adult and children’s books, videocassettes, DVDs, audio books on CD and cassette tape, Reference materials, Local History materials, magazines, daily and weekly newspapers, microfilm and much more.
Through their website, Bradford County Library has access to many online databases.
Our other services include interlibrary loan, library for the blind service, eight public computers, and outreach to schools, including daycares, head starts and the Bradford County Correctional Facility.
The Bradford County Library Bookmobile serves 24,447 patrons throughout Bradford County. It has 46 community stops, 12 preschool stops and circulates more than 16,000 items every year.
Our conference room is available for non-profit agencies to use free of charge. Business and for profit groups may use the conference room for a $25 fee.
Books, audio books, and educational videos and DVDs check-out for two weeks.
Our feature films on DVD and VHS check-out for one week. There is a one dollar per day overdue fine.
Our reference and local history materials may not be checked out, but may be used and photocopied in the library.
The Bradford-Wyoming Counties Literacy Program, a division of the County Library, is located at 200 Main Street, Suite 5 Towanda. The literacy program trains volunteer tutors and provides free and confidential “one-to-one” tutoring for adults and teenagers who lack basic reading skills, or who want to learn English as a second language. The literacy program can be reached by calling (570) 297-3375. Their email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Their website is BWCLiteracyProgram.org.