Due to the Pandemic, some of our library services are not currently available. Please visit our COVID-19 Reopening page for details.Located at the corner of Market and Queen Streets since 1935, this city landmark has three levels of collection, program, and gathering spaces. Here, you can find the largest collection of books in York County, research expertise, over 70 computers, and learning experiences for all ages. Programs in our Children’s Library meet state standards for early childhood education and support students' individual growth. The Teen Forum provides a space for teens to have fun, explore opportunities, discuss important issues, and construct their futures. Stop by, enjoy the experience, and create new possibilities at Martin Library!
Starting Monday, August 31st:
Starting Monday, August 31, we're open for browsing & quick pickup. Come visit us and refresh your reading supply! Rather than our traditional “sit and read” library setting, it will be a renewed “browse and go” experience. This is part of our current reopening phase and the extra measures we’re taking to provide you with a safe and healthy library environment.
- Public Computers
- Tours & Group Visits
- Printing, Copying, and Scanning
- After Hours Book Drop
- Test Proctoring
- Room Rental
- Public Restrooms
- Study/Quiet Rooms
- Play, Learn, Grow
Digital Baby & Toddler Time | Fall 2020
on September 29, 2020 at 10:00 am
Join York County Libraries’ Youth Services staff as they take story time online! In our Digital Baby & Toddler Times, our staff will share short stories, songs, craft and activity ideas, as well as online […]
York READS! Online
on September 29, 2020 at 6:00 pm
Join a member of Martin Library’s staff every Tuesday to discuss the monthly read or share what you are reading to the group. August 4, 11, 18 – Finding Chika by Mitch Albom (2019) August 25 – What is York […]
A Summer Read: Beyond the Pages LIVE event on YouTube
on September 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Join WITF for a discussion and audience Q&A about building resilience and moving forward after life’s inevitable setbacks.th About this Event “The overwhelming message of this book is: We’re a lot more […]
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