Tax form with calculator and pencil

The New Cumberland Public Library has a limited number of Federal 1040 Instructions and Forms available for free to the public. State and local instructions and forms are no longer distributed to libraries, but we have compiled a list of links for you to access these forms from your computer. If needed, we can also help you print or copy necessary forms or instructions for a fee of $.25/page.  

Watercolor collagesIn the Charley Krone Gallery
Drop in, no registration required
Artist Julia Mallory will be on-site at the Library to talk about her art on display at Art in the Stacks and meet other art appreciators and advocates. Join us and learn about what inspires Julia and what goes into her art. Art in the Stacks is a monthly gallery series at the New Cumberland Public Library in partnership with the New Cumberland Collective. Each month will feature a new local artist exhibit in the library's gallery spaces. 

"Love Your Library Scavenger Hunt" text with a heart backgroundAges 0-12
Drop-In (No Registration Required)
This February, search the children’s room for things to love about your library! If you can find all the hidden items, you will be rewarded with a fun prize! (Please redeem only once per child).

Cabin in the snowy woodsJanuary 3-February 28
For Adults 18+
The days may be shorter and colder, but that’s nothing a good book can’t fix! We want to invite you to get cozy and READ during the winter months with our Winter Reading Program for adults. Participation is easy! Log your minutes of reading each week for a chance to earn small prizes. Register and log your reading using Beanstack, our reading challenge software, or stop by the Library for a paper reading log beginning December 27.

Picture of Mount Rushmore with closing informationThe New Cumberland Public Library will be closed in observance of President's Day on Monday, February 20. We will reopen on Tuesday, February 21 at 10:00 a.m.
 

Two men shaking handsWatch the recording of the conversation with John (Jack) Murray on the history and his remembrances of New Cumberland. Jack Murray was born in New Cumberland in 1934 and grew up in the Borough, first leaving during his service in the Army in Korea. In total, Jack has been a resident of the Borough for 83 years of his 88 years. Elected to Borough Council in 1976, he served all 44 years of his tenure as Council President. During his time in Borough Government, he was an instrumental participant in the conversion of the Benjamin Property into the New Cumberland Public Library. Thank you to Gibby Parthemore for the recording!

Old bookshelves with text art in the stacksArt in the Stacks is a monthly gallery series at the New Cumberland Public Library in partnership with the New Cumberland Collective. Each month will feature a new local artist exhibit in the library's gallery spaces. We are excited to announce the following artists for 2023:

text reads Book Discussion Group with stack of booksJoin New Cumberland Library's Book Discussion Groups! Book discussions are sponsored by the Friends of the New Cumberland Public Library and each group meets on a standing schedule. Click here for more information on the available groups and meeting times.

New Books! See what's new in our catalog.Books, DVDs, CDs, and more! See lists of new arrivals in adult, teen, and children's collections, as well as by subject or format! Just click on the cover image to go to our catalog and place a hold!

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New Cumberland, PA 17070
MON: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
TUE: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
WED: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
THU: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
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SAT: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
SUN: CLOSED - CLOSED
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