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About the Honey Brook Library
The role of the Library is to provide preschoolers with door-to-learning services, provide the general public with popular materials and a local history collection.
The “Honey Brook Free Library”
was sponsored by the Lions Club and opened September 5, 1927. The borough decided to establish a Library and it opened in 1962. The Honey Brook Library joined the Chester County Library District in 1978. The Library moved to its current location in 2002.
The Honey Brook Community Library is committed to:
- Being a superior community resource
- Providing a wide variety of information, resources, and services
- Promoting literacy, education, entertainment
- Stimulating imagination and curiosity for all ages
Meetings & Members
- 4th Monday of every month at 6:30pm
- Board Email: HBCL.Board@gmail.com
- 687 Compass Road
Honey Brook, PA 19344
- The meeting is open to the public
- Sara Huard, President
- Dawn Schaffer, Secretary
- Nicole Markward, Treasurer
- Reid Bush, Member at Large
- Christopher Mauchline, Member at Large
- Kim Skinner
- Lisa Snyder
Support Our Library
Friends of the Honey Brook Library
We are a group of people who want to support the library with our time and talents. We work to expand the services of the Library. Meetings are the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Library. Membership is $5 per year. Membership forms can be found in the Book Boutique located in the front lobby of the Library.
Silver Level Library
PA Forward Star Program
PA Forward, which launched statewide in 2012, works through five key literacies – Basic, Information, Civic & Social, Health and Financial – to assist individuals in enhancing their overall quality of life. To continue helping libraries use PA Forward to demonstrate all their libraries offer, in January 2017, the Association kicked off the Star Library program statewide. The Star Library recognition offers support to libraries who participate and integrate PA Forward’s literacies in their programming activities. Program topics can include information such as retirement planning (financial literacy) to more physically active programs such as walking book club discussions (civic and social literacy and health literacy).