The North Pocono Public Library assumes as its primary mission the provision of books and other materials as well as services and programs to assist users of all ages in the pursuit of informational, educational, vocational, and recreational endeavors and the creative use of leisure time.
The library places a high priority on stimulating young children’s interest and appreciation for reading and learning, and on supporting students at many academic levels. For the promotion of literacy to a wide-ranging community, the library seeks to share in innovative links to electronic resources and to cooperate with other libraries for the benefit of all whom it serves.
President, Donald P. Shiffer III
Vice-President, Mary Rable
Treasurer, Edward Steinmetz
Secretary, June Ejk
Library Director: Justine Yeager, 570-842-4700 ext.302, firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant to the Director: Cherilyn Shiffer, 570-842-4700 ext. 303, email@example.com
Development Director: Christopher Kelly, 570-842-4700 ext. 307, firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Adult Services: Terri Collins, 570-842-4700 ext. 306, email@example.com
Head of Children & Youth Services: Elizabeth Tarr, 570-842-4700 ext. 301, firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Pocono Public Library was founded in 1985 and serves nine municipalities in the North Pocono area including: Moscow, Elmhurst, Madison Township, Roaring Brook Township, Spring Brook Township, Thornhurst, Jefferson Township and Covington Township and Clifton Township. The library resided at its first location at 113 Van Brunt Street, Moscow, from 1985 to 2013. In the spring of 2013, the library moved to its current location at 1315 Church Street.
Comprised of The Learning Garden, The Giving Garden, The Butterfly Garden, and The Flower Garden, The Garden Project provides benefits and learning opportunities for children and adults in the North Pocono community. Planned and maintained by community volunteers, our gardens are places where generations interact, children discover, and everyone works together toward the gardens’ success. The Garden Project has won awards and earned recognition from the International Master Garden Conference and the Lackawanna County Commissioners. Much of the produce grown is donated to our local food pantry, supporting hundreds of area families. The Garden Project is always in need of volunteers to plant, weed, water, or harvest. If you’re interested in volunteering, please print out The Garden Project Volunteer Form here, fill it out, and submit it to our Circulation desk.