Bucks County’s public libraries are not set up to do that type of archival research. We do provide in-library access to Ancestry.com and remote access to Heritage Quest. The Bucks County Historical Society in Doylestown has extensive archives extending back to the beginning of the county through the present day. They can do research for […]
Bucks County Free Library and the Library of Accessible Media for Pennsylvanians (LAMP) offer various kinds of reading materials for people with visual impairments and other disabilities. Learn more about accessing these items at your local branch or through LAMP.
Each library schedules its own events. Local events can be viewed on our Calendar. From that page, you can filter events based on library branch, age group and event type.
Unfortunately, card renewals are one of the few things that we need to complete in person. Library cards expire every three years. To renew your card, you will need to go into any of our libraries and show official documentation with your name and address. At this time, you can also change or add phone […]
Most of the public libraries in Bucks County take donations of books in good condition for their book sale. Since all libraries have different amounts and kinds of storage space, some will only take a single bag or box at a time. To find out the guidelines for the library you are interested in donating […]
We are not currently accepting volunteer applications. Friends of the Library may seek volunteers at these locations: Doylestown, Levittown, Quakertown, Yardley.
There are a couple of basic troubleshooting steps that can be taken. First, check to make sure you are running the latest operating system on your device and then check to make sure the app you’re using is updated. This can make a difference when trying to use our e-Resources. Another step could be to […]