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 issues and construct their futures. Stop by, enjoy the experience and create your possibilities at Martin Library.
- 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
Salem Square After School Program
on December 5, 2019 at 3:30 pm
Students age 8-12 years old join Ms. Sharon for our After School Program, where you can work on homework and participate in the days plans. The organized activities cover a wide variety of topics and situations, Read more
Get That Job!
on December 6, 2019 at 10:30 am
Martin Library staff will be available for one-on-one assistance with those who would like to learn more about structuring the best resume and cover letter. Staff will share ideas pertaining to job Read more
Saturday Afternoon RPGs
on December 7, 2019 at 1:30 pm
Join fellow teens on a perilous journey! Create a character, go on adventures, and test the boundaries of fantasy worlds with your fellow players. What is Dungeons & Dragons? Dungeons & Dragons Read more
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