The Erie Regional Library Foundation supported the construction of the library's first branch in Iroquois. The branch officially opened to the public in October of 2002.
In an effort to continue building a network of regional libraries, the Erie County Public Library, with support from the foundation, was able to open the Edinboro branch in 2007.
The Lincoln Community Center branch of the Erie County Public Library, with the support of our donors opened it's doors in Fairview in 2009.
The Erie Regional Library Foundation was proud to support the development and construction of the Idea Lab at the Blasco Memorial Library. The Idea Lab is an adult maker space that offers free creative equipment and classes. Learn More.
An all-new Teen Space was created at the Blasco Memorial Library in 2019. This new area is a space for teens in grades 8 - 12 to engage over common interests. Teens are encourage to provide input in the collections in the space through the Teen Advisory Board. Learn More.
The Erie Regional Library Foundation provided funds to support the new Bookmobile, which was launched in the community in January of 2021. Learn More.