December 2018 | York County Libraries

Month: December 2018

YCL Favorite Memories

Staff Pick Favorite Library Moments of 2018

December 28th, 2018

Providing a welcoming place for community members to gather, connect and learn is important to our library staff members.  When asked about their Favorite Library Moments of 2018, they came back with so many favorites, we had to split the blog...

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Favorite Library Moments 2018

Our Favorite Library Moments of 2018

December 19th, 2018

Our library staff love what they do and when asked to name their favorite Library Moments of 2018, they came back with quite a few!  Here is a glimpse of some of YCL's top memories of the year:  Celebrating our Award-Winning...

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choosing a device

Looking to buy or gift a new eReader or tablet this holiday season? Let us help!

December 14th, 2018

by guest bloggers  Rebekah Garrety, Rebecca Hoffman, & Autumn Groff    There are tons of different devices out there that let you access electronic books and audio books. But how do you decide what exactly you need? Click here to view a...

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Why Story Time Matters

Why Story Time Matters

December 13th, 2018

Story Time at Red Land Community Library helps children enjoy books at a young age in an engaging and welcoming atmosphere.  Karen Hostetter, library manager at Red Land Community Library, says that the Story Time hour shows parents that getting...

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what you learn could save a life

What You Learn Could Save A Life

December 4th, 2018

Join us for Free Training Programs  Are you coming?  What you learn could save a life.  It could be a family member, a friend, a neighbor, a total stranger.  Opioid addiction and substance abuse does not know boundaries.    York...

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Celebration of Poetry

What You Should Know About A Celebration of Poetry

December 3rd, 2018

[caption id="attachment_27208" align="alignright" width="225"] Love reading poetry? Find inspiring collections at YCL.[/caption]  A Celebration of Poetry contest is offically underway!  The annual contest is open to York and Adams County students in grades one through twelve.  Interested youth can submit...

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