Boyertown Community Library


The Boyertown Community Library will serve the cultural, social, and community needs of a diverse population by providing global access to current informational, educational, and recreational resources through programs and services. The library will engage the community in lifelong learning through equal access to information, technology, gathering spaces, and expert staff to help the community live, learn, and grow.

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Address: 24 N Reading Ave
Boyertown, PA 19512
Website: http://www.berkslibraries.org/branch/boyertown
Email: sbodirector@gmail.com
Phone Number: 610-369-0496
Fax: 610-369-0542
In 2018, BCL had over 75,000 building visits, over 20,000 computer sessions, over 140,000 items borrowed, and over 450 programs with more than 8000 people attending. We look forward to these numbers increasing as we strive to maximize our potential in our new space. With a larger space in which to work, the BCL has been able to expand services in order to continue to fulfill its mission. The library offers free Wi-Fi and computer use, low cost copy and print service and free scanning. We also provide tax forms and we are a Passport Acceptance Facility.
Program attendance has grown noticeably since the move to the new building. Recently offered programs for adults have included technology assistance, financial planning, book discussion groups, and arts and craft classes. Teens find a safe place to relax with friends and try new activities. We host game nights, crafting opportunities and other interest-driven programs. Families with young children benefit from literacy programs that engage children's senses and their curiosity. Our most popular programs for children include the Lapsit Storytime, Toddler Storytime, Pre-school Storytime and Storytime in the Orchard at Frecon Farms, Boyertown.
Each year, BCL provides free summer programming to help prevent summer learning loss for children and teens. Our summer programs also promote early literacy and encourage adults to read as well.