Warminster Township Library

Accomplishments & History

In 1960-1961, the Federated Women's Club of Warminster founded the library and housed 2000 volumes in a room of the township building. In its early years, the library was entirely staffed by volunteers and was open 10 hours a week. Between 1965 and 1968 the collection doubled and the library moved to a farmhouse on Street Road. Then, after a brief stint in a ranch house on York Road, the library moved into a new addition in the lower-level of the Warminster Township Building. With increased library usage and a growing library collection, plans were made for a new library. In October 1977, with a paid staff and 37,000 items, the library moved into its current building.

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