Library System of Lancaster County



 




{Elanco Library is Family Place Center!}
Youth Services Librarian, Heather Smith [left] and Library Director, Donna Brice [right] proudly celebrate the fact that now the Elanco Library in New Holland is a Family Place Center!

Coming Soon - BOOPSIE!
All-time Jeopardy prize winner, Brad Rutter has risen to the challenge and is providing funds for the implementation of the mobile app that will provide quick access to your library account! Stay tuned for more information!






 



{Health Information Network}
     
 
 
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Technology Night at the Library
Wednesday, September 3rd,  6:30-8:00 pm
This monthly program will be dedicated to helping our patrons cope with the ever changing world of computers, mobile devices, and technology. Attend this workshop and learn about the differences between Microsoft Windows, Apple IOS, and Android, in addition to the pros and cons of each system. Registration is required.  Visit www.adamstownarealibrary.org for more info and to register.


Writers' Group
Tuesday, September 2, 6:00 pm
This friendly writers' group, which meets the first and third Tuesdays of the month, is open to writers serious about their craft and in getting their work published. Writers of any genre, from mysteries and contemporary relationship fiction to creative non-fiction. Please register by calling 717-560-6441 or go to www.mtpl.info/calendar

Need Help With Your Job Resume?
Stop by, email, or call to schedule an appointment with our experienced career counselor 610-593-6683   chrlib@christianalibrary.org
  

Click the link below to see the wonderful programs that are happening at the Environmental Center this fall!



 
 
Business information resources designed to support local businesses with free access to powerful tools to help them compete in the marketplace.
 
 

Advocacy
Learn what ideas and goals the Library System hopes to promote and accomplish and the support that will be needed.   
 

 
{Bookmobile}
 






   
 
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