Glatfelter Memorial Library

Programs that are Uniquely Ours & Yours

Because your library is your sanctuary

Because your library is your sanctuary…

What can I do at Glatfelter Memorial Library? 

When you visit any one of our libraries within York County, you will find programming offered across many of our libraries.  To find those countywide programs and their descriptions, visit the What Can I Do? tab or our events calendar for an updated list of current activities. Additionally, each library has their own unique offerings scheduled throughout the year.

At Glatfelter Memorial Library, you and your family can enjoy unique activities especially for:

 

For Adults

Book Discussion Group

Join us for our Book Discussion Group at Glatfelter Memorial Library! With various themes and genres each month, our Book Discussion Group is ever-changing. We have meetings 11 months of the year, with no meeting in November. All are welcome!

Who is this for? Adults
When is this held?  Last Thursday of the Month, 6:30–8pm
What should I bring?  Your finished book
Do I need to register? No

 

Book Discussion Group: Book-Anon

Meet with other bibliophiles to discuss new book recommendations, what you’re reading now, and anything else about books.

Who is this for?  Adults
When is this held? 2nd Thursday of the Month, 6–8pm
What should I bring? Your finished book
Do I need to register? No

 

Knitting Group

Get ready to take a dive into the world of knitting. Whether you are a novice or experienced knitter, our group of friendly crafters will assist you with tips and advice to help you solve issues on even your toughest projects.

Who is this for? Adults
When is this held? Mondays, 6–8pm
What should I bring? Supplies & any questions you may have
Do I need to register? No

 

 

For Families

Drop-in Craft Days

Bring the whole family along for one of our Drop-in Craft Days!  From week to week, we will have a new hands-on craft for all to enjoy. Join us each Thursday and let your inner artist come alive. We supply the materials and the directions. Simply join in the fun!

Who is this for? Families
When is this held? Thursdays, 12-7pm
What should I bring? You and the whole family!
Do I need to register? No

 

 

For Seniors

Windy Hill Book Discussion Group

Members of Windy Hill on the Campus Senior Center can meet at the center for a library-run book club. We will discuss new genres and topics each month. Same great discussions, just a different location!

Who is this for? Seniors & Adults
When is this held?  3rd Tuesday of the Month, 12:30–1:30pm
Where is this held? Windy Hill Senior Center
What should I bring?  Your finished book
Do I need to register? No