The books are housed in a beautful wooden bookcase handmade by member/director Hank Balles. The bookcase is situated near the entrance of the Nimick Family Education Center located in the refurbished barn near the Loyalhanna Watershed office in Ligonier.
See the Meetings page for directions.
The library is made up of over 150 books covering travel, conservation, entomology, fly tying, fly fishing, tackle craft and rod building, and stories and literature on trout fishing and the outdoor life. Many of the books are classics and hard to find titles. Authors are among the most famous and well read writers in the genre including Schwiebert, Gingrich, Marinaro, Geirach, Sparse Grey Hackle and more. There's also a lot of local info on PA streams and hatch information.
Check out the Russ Mason Memorial Library by coming to FTTU's September meeting on Wednesday, October 18th at the NFEC beginning at 8:00 p.m. and take out a book or two. You do not have to be a member to withdraw a book, just fill out the sign-out sheet and bring the book back in a couple of weeks. If you have any surplus books in your collection that will fit into the library's theme, you may donate them to the library.
Click here for a complete list of titles.
Meeting Schedule Resumes in September
After taking the summer off, FTTU's regular 3rd Wednesday-of-the-month meeting schedule will get back on track when we meet at the Nimick Family Education Center on September 20 at 7:00 pm.
We will unveil the Russ Mason Memorial Library and discuss ideas and plans for the coming year.
See the Meetings Page for directions.