An attractive and spacious library.
Helene Krantzler and the late Reverend Stephen Slavik founded the Beaverdale Public Library in 1965. Local citizens and the Barnesboro Library donated books, and the Beaverdale Civic Association built shelves. Because of inadequate facilities, a new building was constructed on Jefferson Avenue in 1988. The year 2000 brought more changes to the library. The addition of a children’s room and an outdoor reading area was made possible by donations from the residents. A special feature in the garden is a coal car that was built by Walter Prozialeck of Dunlo. Because of the hard work and generosity of many, Beaverdale now has an attractive and spacious library for everyone to enjoy.