2. Attend “An Evening with Laura Lippman” (September 22, 2017)
We’re thrilled to invite you to have dinner with us, participate in a silent auction, and get to know New York Times Bestselling Author Laura Lippman. During “An Evening with Laura Lippman,” a fundraiser benefiting the ACLS, Laura will discuss her latest book and answer questions from the audience. The event will be held at the Gettysburg Hotel. Tickets can be purchased at any ACLS branch or online at www.AdamsLib.org. Hope you can join us!
3. Learn a New Language: Choose from 72 Options
Your ACLS card enables you to access Mango Languages – for free! This online software offers language lessons in real life situations and audio from native speakers with simple, clear instructions. German, Spanish, Scottish Gaelic, American Sign Language, Greek, Finnish and even Pirate. Isn’t this incredible? Lass uns anfangen!
4. Utilize the Newly “Teched-Up” Community Room in Biglerville
Ready to make a great impression? Conduct a non-profit or business meeting in the newly “teched-up” community room in the Harbaugh~Thomas Library in Biglerville and you’ll be sure to delight your audience. With financial support from the Adams County Community Foundation and the Harbaugh~Thomas Foundation, the new Smart Technology and Surround Sound will make your presentation top-notch. Call Barbara for more details at (717) 677-6257.
5. Get Comfy with Your Favorite Book in the Reading Tower
Although there are many great spaces in the newly expanded and renovated Jeanne Barnett Trone Memorial Library of East Berlin (formerly the East Berlin Community Library), my favorite is the Reading Tower. It’s beautiful!
6. Explore the New Space of the Fairfield Library (Coming Spring 2017!)
We’re excited to announce that the Fairfield Area Library is moving to a large, modern location. The 1,800-square-foot space, offered by the Borough of Carroll Valley, is part of the Borough’s municipal building, which will also house government offices, police operations, a community center, and outdoor amenities including a stage. According to ACLS Executive Director, Karla Trout, “whether our neighbors come for a class, educational resources or recreational reading or viewing materials, they will find what they seek, and they will be hesitant to leave this fantastic new space!”
7. Tell Dawn What You’ve Discovered!
I look forward to meeting you, learning how you utilize the library, and listening to your suggestions. Contact me at DawnS@AdamsLibrary.org or 717.334.0163. Join a Friends of the Library group, sign up for our monthly e-newsletter, and be sure to follow ACLS on social media and visit AdamsLibrary.org to discover what’s inside your local library.
The library employs staff members who are experts who want to help you. What a wonderful year it will be!
By Dawn Smith, Development Officer