See Fulton County Library COVID-19 Pandemic Reopening here.

Summer Quest has begun. All programs will be online this year. To log your reading and extra activities including code words from programs, you will need to make a user and reader accounts in Book Points. Adults, you can log your reading and activities, too! To log them, visit us at summerquest.fultoncountylibrary.org.

Summer programs will be online. For kids programs, visit us at summer.fultoncountylibrary.org. Completing many of the programs found here will get you code words to put into Book Points. You will find programs from April but also from many other libraries in the Franklin County Library System. Enjoy!

Rooted in our collection
Rooted in our collection

We have lots of books to explore here at the library but you can also find ebooks and ukuleles!

Supported by you
Supported by you

You are what makes this happen.

Rooted in our collection
Great programs

We have a lot going on! From book groups to ukuleles to dancing, check us out.

Supported by you
24/7 Library

In addition to our physical collection, you can borrow books and more digitally.

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.

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 more than 10,000 card holders. To find ways to support us, visit the Donate page in our menu. To get a library card and access our collection both in the library and online, find the Get a Card section below.