Enriching our community by encouraging and supporting lifelong learning and literacy through open access to books, information, technology, and diverse community activities.
The Fulton County Library in McConnellsburg, PA has operated from its current location since 1989. The building was the former American Legion and before being renovated for that purpose, was a barn.
The Hustontown Branch Library is a branch of the Fulton County Library.
Because of the rural nature of the community and the lack of a dedicated library tax, the Fulton County Library continues to rely on funding from grants and donations. The library is grateful to local businesses and individuals whose support is critical to upgrading and maintaining library services for our patrons. To find ways to support us, visit the Donate page. To get a library card and access our collection both in the library and online, find the Get a Card section below.
The library is an important cornerstone to help people find jobs, experience new ideas, get lost in wonderful stories, and gather together socially. It’s a safe place where communities come together to learn, share talents, increase their knowledge on any subject, or sit by the fireplace and relax with a good book!!
Our local library is a very important part of our small town. Anyone is welcome to enter where the staff is so accommodating, knowledgeable, and always cheerful. Nothing can replace holding a book in your hands, being transported to an imaginary place and turning the page.
Fulton County Library - McConnellsburg
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
Director: Jamie Brambley