Celtic Music Will Lilt Through Library

POTTSTOWN PA – As the Pottstown Regional Public Library enters its own spring season of renewal, with a major renovation on the horizon, it intends to celebrate all that is new and modern while acknowledging its community roots. Which means it plans to “Celebrate Spring with Charlie Zahm.”

Zahm is among the most sought-after Celtic singers on the East Coast, and the library will host his one-night music performance – complete with Irish and Scottish stories, deft guitar skills, and a rich baritone voice – April 22 (2016; Friday) beginning at 7 p.m. inside its building at 500 E. High St.

Refreshments will be provided by Manatawny Still Works, a local company that offers five hand-crafted, quality spirits.

Tickets cost $20 and are available now at the library, and will also be available at the door.

The library serves the Borough of Pottstown as well as Upper, Lower and West Pottsgrove townships. Its mission is to provide diverse and easily accessible materials, services and programs; to seek to create an atmosphere that encourages the free flow of ideas; and to strive to educate, inform and enrich all residents of our service area.

It is a member of the Montgomery County Library and Information Network Consortium, a group of libraries united to cooperatively purchase and share an online catalog and library automation system to best serve the needs of users.