Robert Dugoni bestselling New York Times author will appear Thursday, April 13, at 11:00 am at the Calvary Church, 1051 Landis Valley Rd, Lancaster, PA. Dugoni best known for his crime mysteries, legal thrillers and compelling novels, will be in conversaton with Scott LaMar of WITF. The Council of Friends of Public Libraries will host…Read More About Bestselling author, Robert Dugoni, to appear at the Spring author event!
Participate in the Reading Royals Slapshot’s Winter Reading Challenge to earn a free ticket to Lancaster County Libraries Day at the Reading Royals! Sunday, March 5,2023 Challenge ends February 25, 2023 What is the challenge? Read 20 minutes a day for 20 Days Who can participate? Readers between the ages of 5-15 Go…Read More About Reading Royals Slapshot’s Winter Reading Challenge
March 1, 2022 – In an unprecedented event, the Council of Friends of Lancaster County’s Public Libraries has arranged for two NYTimes best-selling authors to appear on stage at the same time! Adriana Trigiani and Chris Bohjalian will share one stage to benefit public libraries. This unique event will be moderated by Scott LaMar, WITF’s…Read More About Two authors—one stage—to benefit public libraries!
Our answers to questions submitted by interested Service Providers regarding our RFP for Internet and WAN Services per Form 470 #220001272 can be find at the link below. Please remember that bids for this RFP are due by December 14th, 2021. FY2022_WAN_RFP_Addendum_1_QandA_Responses_FINALRead More About Answers to RFP Questions From Service Providers
The Library System of Lancaster County (LSLC) is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from Service Providers to provide high speed Wide Area Networking (WAN) to sixteen library locations in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. LSLC is also seeking high speed Internet access service connecting the LSLC WAN to the Internet. Interested E rate eligible Service Providers may download…Read More About Request for Proposals for Internet and WAN Services
As Lancaster County moves to Yellow, some public libraries will reopen with limited services. Most county public libraries will start lending print materials, CDs, and DVDs. The health and safety of patrons and staff are of highest importance to the public libraries in Lancaster County, therefore not all services will be available. Contact your local library to find out what…Read More About Public Libraries Reopening with Limited Services
We are excited to announce the release of brand new resources BrainFuse JobNow and Brainfuse HelpNow. Brainfuse is an award winning service, building career and academic skills through tutoring/coaching, interactive lessons, providing collaborative space and other means. This was made possible in part through generous donations from Lancaster’s own Jeopardy Champion – Brad Rutter. Rutter…Read More About Jeopardy Champion Brad Rutter funds new eResource Brainfuse!
The first book about this character was published over 55 years ago, and still delights plenty of young children and early elementary students as well as adults. A New York Times Book Review reads, “No child can resist Amelia Bedelia and her literal trips through the minefield of the English language—and no adult can fail…Read More About Public Libraries Host Story Book Character Amelia Bedelia!
The Columbia Public Library just launched their new podcast, the first library podcast in Lancaster county! The podcast debuted with “Story Time with Ms. Lisa,” a collection of classic children’s tales read by the Columbia Public Library’s Library Administrator, Lisa Greybill! The idea was first conceived by Jeffrey Beck, as part of the library’s fall…Read More About Columbia Launches Lancaster County’s First Library Podcast
Join the Manheim Township Public Library for their 2nd Annual Buy the Book Fundraiser! Manheim Township Public Library is hosting the Buy the Book fundraiser for the second year in a row. This year’s Buy the Book event will take place on Friday, October 4th from 6-8pm. The theme is “A great book can…Read More About Manheim Township Public Library Announces Annual “Buy the Book” Fundraiser!