The Public, an American film written and directed by Emilio Estevez The Library System of Lancaster County is pleased to announce this year’s Annual Meeting will be held at the Penn Cinema, 541 Airport Road, Lititz, PA on Wednesday, April 17 at 6:00 pm. This year’s program will feature the screening of the film, The…Read More About The Library System’s Annual Meeting takes to the screen this year!
Lancaster County Public Libraries are celebrating National Library Week! The Public Libraries of Lancaster County join libraries throughout Pennsylvania and the country in celebrating all that libraries have to offer as part of the National Library Celebration. The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners delivered a proclamation at their April 3rd meeting announcing that Lancaster County Public…Read More About Libraries = Strong Communities: Celebrate National Library Week!
Manheim Township Public Library to host Swing Era Soirée! Manheim Township Public Library is pleased to host a Swing Era Soirée on Saturday, April 27 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm. The spring event, which is a fundraiser benefitting the Library, will be held at The Barn at Stoner Commons, 605 Granite Run Drive, Lancaster,…Read More About Manheim Township Public Library to host Swing Era Soirée!
www.pcad.edu/designathon2019 The Library System was chosen to participate in Pennsylvania College of Art & Design’s 11th annual Designathon, that was held on February 22 and 23, 2019. During the Designathon’s 24 hours, teams of students and faculty and alumni mentors created all-new pieces for ten non-profits. Learn more at www.pcad.edu/designathon2019 The…Read More About The Library System was chosen as a participating organization in Pennsylvania College of Art & Design’s 11th Annual Designathon!
The Board of Directors of the Library System is pleased to announce the appointment of Karla Trout as the Library System’s Executive Director effective immediately. Trout takes the place of Bonnie Young who retired in December 31, 2018. The announcement follows a national search by the LSLC Board of Directors. Christina Diehl, LSLC Board President, is optimistic…Read More About Library System welcomes Karla Trout as new Executive Director
The Board of Directors of the Library System announced that Bonnie Young, Executive Director, will retire from her post on December 31, 2018. Young has served as Executive Director since January 2016 and has provided leadership for the library system staff and operations during the past three years. During her tenure as Director, Young…Read More About Library System Executive Director announces retirement
ROYER’S ANNUAL BOOK DRIVE COLLECTS MORE THAN 800 NEW CHILDREN’S TITLES FOR PUBLIC LIBRARIES Nearly 19,000 in event’s 13-year history From left, Renee Christiansen, youth services manager, Library System of Lancaster County, and Jill Williams, store manager of Royer’s Flowers & Gifts’ Lancaster West store. The books were collected at Royer’s Lancaster West, Lancaster North,…Read More About Royer’s Annual Book Drive Collects New Children’s Books for Public Libraries
The Library System is pleased to announce the expansion of their popular Bookmobile service! During the past year, the bookmobile significantly increased their service by adding an additional 8 Head Start stops and 4 stops to other communities: Country Meadows Assisted Living Facility; Woodcrest Villa Retirement Village; Manor Heights (Mountville); and Pleasant Valley Amish Store…Read More About Bookmobile expands services due to greater demand!
Public Libraries throughout Lancaster County will hold their 19th annual Mitten Tree Campaign beginning on Monday, November 19. Librarians from the county’s public libraries, in the spirit of holiday giving, will be collecting new mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, earmuffs and umbrellas that will benefit children & families in need living in Lancaster County. Several of…Read More About Public Libraries encourage giving with their Annual Mitten Tree Project!
Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm costume characters, the loveable storybook characters created by popular author/illustrator, Richard Scarry, will visit local public libraries this fall! Children audiences will enjoy hearing and looking at Scarry’s engaging art and stories during the scheduled programs. The visits will take place from November 3 – 17. (See schedule below.) Parents…Read More About Richard Scarry’s Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm to visit public libraries!