Invite a friend
Spend a fun afternoon swapping
knitting tips and tricks! Just bring your knitting materials and enthusiasm.
For knitters of all ages and skill levels.
More About Parkland Community Library
Parkland Community Library began as a grass roots effort in a small building in Guthsville, where it served residents of South Whitehall, Upper Macungie and North Whitehall. Its collection grew quickly, and by 1981 the library moved to a new building at its current location off Walbert Avenue. Now also serving a portion of West Allentown, the library is a valuable community resource, providing programs for adults and children and offering a rich collection of books, magazines, DVDs and music CDs. Library users borrow about 300,000 items annually and thousands more attend its multitude of programs. The library has continued to grow; plans call for its eventual move to a new 32,000-square-foot building in Upper Macungie.