We have in-person services, online services, computer services, printing services, and a whole lot more. In an effort to service our community, most of these services are free with a library card. Let's see what we can learn together.
We offer a wide variety of titles at the Malvern Library, from bestsellers to the classics. Our collection of books, audiobooks, DVDs (no rental fee!), magazines, reference materials, and newspapers is sure to offer something for every potential need.
Can't find it here? Search our catalog to place holds on items from other Chester County libraries. Or try searching our eBook collection.
- DVDs (no rental fee!)
- Reference Materials
Computer/PC, Printer, Copier, & Scanner Services
Need to use a computer?
We have four computers open to the public, two printers, a copier, and a scanner. Printed pages cost $0.15/page for black and white and $0.25/page for color. There is also a touch screen computer loaded with children's games in the children's area.
WiFi and Hotspot Services
If you brought your own device, the library has free WiFi. On the go? The library now has mobile hotspots available for checkout. Call us to check on availability at 610-644-7259.Request a Hotspot
At Malvern Library, we have many regular events, including children's story times and a book club. Currently these events are occurring either online via Zoom or outside in person. Some do not require any advance registration, but many do. Please be sure and check each event description carefully. If you have any questions about a specific event, feel free to call the library. See all of our events on our calendar, including special one-time events, by clicking here.
Museum passes are a fun and FREE way to experience local attractions with the family. All you need to place a hold is the barcode on your library card and your PIN associated with the account. Please contact the library if you have any questions or need assistance placing a reservation.Request a Museum Pass
Family Activities! Choose from a selection of board games to take home and play with the whole family. All you need to place a hold is the barcode on the back of your library card and your PIN. If you have any difficulty reserving a board game, please contact the library.Request a Board Game
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