Frostburg Library, 2010
From the library's website
The Frostburg Library is a state-of-the-art facility constructed with the intention of merging the traditional library setting with new technology, providing the people of Allegany County and the community of Frostburg with access to the internet and computers. The 10,000 square foot building, which replaces the former 1960's library of less than half that size, includes a replica of a historic Toll House of the National Road, as well as a train theme in the children's section. An underground parking garage, with and elevator to the main level, is also available.
There is a meeting room in the library for groups and organizations to use. Please contact a librarian for more information or to make a room reservation.
Our Frostburg branch is also the location for the Gates Computer Training Lab, a facility with two purposes: First, weekly classes of computer related content are offered free of charge to the public. Secondly, because the lab is a public access, community facility, non-profit organizations and businesses are welcome to use the computers for their own educational and informational purposes.
The Frostburg Library offers a wide variety of materials and services, including books for children, teens, and adults, magazines, paperbacks, large print, audio books, music, DVDs, video games, Interlibrary Loans, and weekly children's programs.
Patricia Merrbach, Branch Manager
Connie Wilson, Children's Services Coordinator
Tour the library by video, using Windows Media Player.
Public libraries, Maryland, Allegany County; Allegany County Library System (Md.), Anniversaries.
Allegany County (Md,), 1924-2010