About Apollo Memorial Library
Founded in 1908, the Apollo Memorial Library is the oldest library in Armstrong County. It serves the residents of Apollo, North Apollo, and the surrounding areas.
Our library offers a collection of approximately 30,000 books. Local newspapers and popular magazines are available in addition to audio books, and DVDs. Patrons may also download e-books and audiobooks by visiting the Overdrive website or downloading the mobile app.
We also participate in the ACCESS Pennsylvania network, which allows our patrons to borrow materials from participating libraries across the state.
The Apollo Memorial Library's mission is to promote literacy and lifelong learning while meeting changing community needs.
Free Public Internet Access Computers
Laser Printer, Copier, Fax Service, Scanner
Dog License Agency (Seasonal)
Genealogy and Local History Department
State and Federal Tax Forms
Passport Acceptance Agency (Call the library for details)
Fiction and Non-Fiction Books
Fees for Services
Copies / Prints in Black Ink Only - $0.25 per page
Copies / Prints in Color - $1 per page
Scan to Email - $0.25 per page
Faxes Outgoing - $1 per page
Faxes Incoming - $0.25 per page
Laminating - $1 per page
Adult, Young Adult, and Juvenile Collections
Large Print Books
Xbox One and Nintendo Switch
Adult, Teen, and Children's Programming
Year Round Book Sale
Technician: Sarah Klingensmith
Substitute Technician: Abby Fondrk
Friends of the Library
Board of Trustees
President: Tom Toland
Vice President: Krista Conway
Treasurer: Curt Webb
Secretary: Jennifer Bothell
Residents of Apollo Borough and North Apollo Borough* are eligible for a FREE membership to the library.
Non-Residents may purchase one of the following memberships:
1-yr Family Membership: $25.00
1/2-yr Family Membership: $15.00
9-mo Student Membership: $10.00
3-mo Summer Membership: $5.00
1-yr Senior (62 and older) Membership: $10.00
Books are lent for 2 weeks at a time, DVDs are lent for 1 week at a time.
Fines are $.25 per day for books and $1.00 per day for movies.
You can apply in-person at the library for a card. Proof of identity is required.
Click the town name to see if you fall into the limits.