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Cleve J. Fredricksen Library

What's your story?


As I See It...

During the past several years I have been privileged to display my work as an amateur wood sculptor in the lobby of the Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill.

Entitled “Sculpture as an Expression of History and Literature,” the display depicts replicas of American war memorials form the Revolutionary War through Desert Storm. As such it was well received by the public.

Some time ago I was asked if it would be possible to spend some scheduled time with the display to speak with and answer questions for interested patrons as they passed through the library lobby. Accordingly, I scheduled time to be available four days during the display month. On these occasions I met and spoke with many interesting people for a total time of 30 – 40 hours. I also had time to just sit and observe. It was during these times that I began to realize the true impact of the Fredricksen Library on the West Shore community.   READ MORE

Win a Kindle or Kindle Paperwhite

We want to hear from you! 

The Cumberland County Library System is conducting an online technology survey from October 6 -31, 2014 to learn more about how you use the library’s computers and Internet services.

If you complete the survey by October 31, 2014, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a brand new Amazon Kindle or Amazon Kindle Paperwhite! (Donated by library vendor Brodart)

The survey is anonymous and takes 10-15 minutes to complete.  Personally identifiable information will not be associated with survey responses.

Complete the survey at:

Homework Helpers

Thursdays 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm

October 2014 through the end of April 2015.

Teacher volunteers will be in the Fredricksen Library's Lower Lobby to offer individualized tutoring for students in grades 1-5. Tutors will be available to direct each student's study and homework completion, research and report writing, and/or test review.

Students, accompanied by an adult, should come to the library prepared with their homework information, relevant textbooks, worksheets and supplies. 

Fredricksen Library’s Homework Helpers is a free program, now in its third year. 

Mission Transition: Preparing for Kindergarten

Help your little one prepare for a lifetime of learning by participating in this innovative program developed by our own Pollock Children’s Library staff. Children entering kindergarten at Hoover, West Creek Hills, East Pennsboro, Shaull, Hampden, Sporting Hill, Washington Heights, Lower Allen and Highland elementary schools in Fall 2015 will do kindergarten readiness activities, hear stories, have parachute fun, and work with colors, numbers, letters, sorting, rhyming and science. Kids may meet other future students and make early friendships! Registration NOW OPEN with the first session starting Sept. 8th.




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