In the Know

November is Native American Heritage Month

What is Native American Heritage Month? Native American Heritage month (also called American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month) was created to celebrate Indigenous peoples’ “rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories, and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people” in the United States (Excerpted from the National Congress of American Indians website). A...
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November News

Fall is in full swing as we enter November! Our GOAL program kicked off earlier this fall and we’ve been busy sending out new library cards to first graders. Later this month we’ll celebrate with a special celebration featuring Zoo America and author Anthony Fredricks!  This month continues our Friday Fall Favorites series on Facebook. ...
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Happy October!

This month we are busy making GOAL cards for our first grade friends, celebrating our 1000 Books achievers, adding a new aspect to our digital story times (stay tuned),  and checking out our new hotspots!   For more information check out our October Calendar and Newsletter!...
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Hotspots to Go at York County Libraries!

YCL is happy to announce we’re bringing back Wireless Hotspot rentals—now at more YCL locations! What’s a Wireless Hotspot? It’s a portable device that allows you to take a cellular Internet connection with you. It’s perfect if you live in an area that can’t get cable Internet or if you don’t have a data plan...
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Browse and Go!

Thank you so much for your patience and understanding as we work through the phases of reopening our library.  On August 31st we opened for expanded browsing.  What does this mean?  Masks are required! Please make sure you wear your mask correctly. All returns must be placed in the book drop outside the library.  Our...
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Summer Read | Resilience with Option B

York County Libraries Summer Read 2020 | Resilience with Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant’s Option B Each summer, York County Libraries partners with community health organizations to read a health-focused book and discuss the issues raised by the book. In 2020, we invite you to join York County Libraries, WellSpan Health, and WITF as they...
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SummerQuest 2020 Prizes at Dover!

Prizes for 800 Minutes Starting August 1, during our curbside and browsing hours we will have 800 minute prizes available for pick up! We ask that you wait until your child reaches the 800 minute mark in order to pickup their prizes all at one time. Make sure you’ve logged all their minutes on beanstack! ...
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Dragons and Tacos Party

One of our favorite books at Dover is Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri so we’re celebrating all things dragons and tacos on Friday July 24! Watch the party on our Facebook page! Watch Miss Jenny read the story on YouTube! Download this PDF for book suggestions, printables, and more!...
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Limited Browsing at Dover

Starting Monday July 20, we will be open for limited browsing a few days a week. We will be open for limited browsing on Mondays from 3:00-6:00PM, Wednesdays from 10:00-1:00PM, and Saturdays from 10:00-1:00PM. We will remain open for curbside pickup Mondays from 12:00-6:00PM, Tuesdays-Saturdays 10:00-1:00PM. You will notice many changes if you visit us...
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Emoji Extravaganza!

Did you know that July 17th is World Emoji Day? It’s true! Join us on Facebook for an Emoji Extravaganza video on Friday July 17th at 10:30AM. You can also download extension activities and printables by clicking here!   ...
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