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June 1-3 Techmageddon & Axis 360

 We’re sorry for the recent “techmageddon” It sure seems that Murphy’s Law had its own plans for our launch of Axis 360 on June 1st. We sent an email to our members with links to details about the new service on our website. But alas, the website was on the fritz by Friday afternoon and was...
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Axis 360 Replaces Overdrive Service

Axis 360 is available! York County Libraries is live with a new digital platform Axis 360. Our content can be reached by using the Magic Wall or by downloading the Axis 360 app for Android, IOS, or Kindle.  During the month of June, set up your account and check out an item or place a hold, and you will be entered...
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See Dreamland Author Sam Quinones

Award-winning Journalist and Author Sam Quinones will take the stage at the Pullo Center on Monday, April 30th to kick off  the 2018 A Summer Read program.  His book  Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opioid Epidemic is this year’s A Summer Read selected title.   York County Libraries and other mid-state libraries are teaming up with WITF’s...
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April 8th-14th is National Library Week!

Did you Know? Probably the most well-known ancient library was the Library of Alexandria, which was in operation from around 295 BCE to 48 BCE when the building and its collections were tragically lost in a fire. However, people have been collecting records and keeping them in an organized fashion for millennia. Some of these...
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The slump is over — Here is your next good read!

You may have noticed that there have been no recommendations from Lucinda in the past few weeks. Lucinda was in a book slump. We all have experienced a slump from time to time–when nothing we pick up seems to be worth reading. Well, the slump has ended! If you have not read “Little Fires Everywhere”...
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Everybody’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day – Even Rooster and Pam!

You’ve heard the expression, Everybody’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.  (Except for the Scottish, maybe.)  But can chickens be Irish? Of course they can!  There is no stopping Rooster, who has donned his St. Patty’s Day outfit (Rooster is a notorious clothes horse–er, clothes chicken?) and is headed for the pub for a glass of...
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March is here! And here’s what’s happening at the library…

It’s March! Spring is coming! Time to get out of the house. And what better place to go than the Village Library! Here’s what’s happening in March: Join us for Baby/Toddler Storytime Mondays at 10:30 and Preschooler Storytime on Wednesdays at 10:30. Even though it’s March, there’s still a chance of bad weather, so remember:...
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One week to go in the Winter Reading Challenge!

The Adult Winter Reading Challenge wraps up this Saturday, March 3rd.  On that day, the winners of three baskets will be drawn: one from the raffle tickets submitted by the ladies, one from the raffle tickets submitted by the guys, and one from the completed BINGO cards.   If you still need an author or two...
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New Hours Begin February 17th

Beginning Saturday, February 17th, the Village Library’s hours will be: Monday – 10 am to 4 pm Tuesday – 12 noon to 4 pm Wednesday – 10 am to 4 pm Thursday – 12 noon to 8 pm Friday – 10 am to 2 pm Saturday – 10 am to 12 noon The only program...
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