Lebanon County Librarian Amy Davis has generated renewed interest in local PA Dutch dialect with the posting of her reading of the Pennsylvania Dutch Night Before Christmas Story by Chet Williamson.
Librarians have adapted to the pandemic, but they can’t wait for libraries to return to being the loud, active, and interactive spaces they love – “Not your mom’s school library.”
“We are asking for your help in ensuring that the library can continue providing valuable, life-changing services to our community. Please consider donating!”
Electronic resources are vital during the pandemic and as we continue to face challenges with schooling and everyday research needs. However, some of our best resources are not found on a digital screen but are still within easy reach.
As you or your student navigate online, in person, or hybrid higher education options, do not forget to take advantage of an often-overlooked resource—the college or university library.
La verdad sea dicha, a pesar de que las puertas están abiertas, todavía es un poco demasiado tranquilo en las bibliotecas del condado de Lebanon en estos días.
Truth be told, even though doors are open, it’s still a little too quiet in Lebanon County’s libraries these days.
This summer, for the first time ever, you can enjoy the Lebanon Valley College Faculty Book Reviews presented by the Pennsylvania Chautauqua from the comfort of your own home each Tuesday at 10 a.m., now through August 11.
The Summer Learning Program at Lebanon County Libraries is a lot of fun for kids, parents, and library staff and, oh yeah, it’s also educational (but don’t tell the kids!).
Lebanon County’s libraries are doing everything they can to help our community get through this pandemic and come out the other side even stronger, more caring, and more resourceful than we were before.
This month’s library letter comes from Dee L. Neff, director of the Annville Free Library.
Our second Library Letter comes from Amy Davis, director of the Myerstown Community Library.
Our first Library Letter in partnership with the Lebanon County Library Association comes from Pamela Raytick, librarian at Cedar Crest Middle School.