hear me out

In collaboration with the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, The Free Library of Philadelphia presents Does My Vote Count?: A 'Hear Me Out' Dialogue on Tuesday, October 27th from 5:30-7:30 pm on Zoom. In light of the upcoming election, the session will explore personal and familial experiences with voting as it relates to trust in the voting system. Registration is required! Learn more.

fallWe are excited to begin offering limited in-person Youth Services programs at the library! Each in-person program will be limited in attendance to follow social distancing guidelines, masks will be required, and registration will be required for the six week session. We need your help to successfully offer these programs to you and your family by following the necessary guidelines! Check out our Fall Flyer (PDF, 299.4 KB).

census

The 2020 Census population numbers will shape how political power and federal tax dollars are shared in the U.S over the next 10 years. They also guide how an estimated $1.5 trillion a year in federal funding is distributed for healthcare, schools, roads and other public services in local communities. Click here to complete the Census today.

newsbank

Our library visitors now have access to a variety of newspaper resources online through NewsBank: America’s News, Patriot-News and The Sentinel. Access these resources by clicking "Databases" under "Collection & Services" or click here.

music

Love music? We will have a series of jam sessions with local musicians outside of the library! Very informal, low key musical fun every Wednesday from 11:30 am-1:30 pm! Important details here.

tutor

It's Back to School Season! Did you know? Tutor.com provides you with FREE online tutoring to support your academic success this school year. You can find details here.

new

Are you looking for something new to read? Or maybe you're looking for a new audiobook or DVD to check out. Our newest adult titles at the library can be viewed and requested here! Check out the full lists here.

shoutbomb

Would you like to receive text notifications when your holds are ready or your items are due? All you have to do is text the word SIGNUP to (833) 569-0507. Click here for more instructions!

learn

Learn how to utilize the Library Catalog in order to search for books and place items on hold! Our staff member Lauren explains each step in these videos.

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Shippensburg, PA 17257
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SAT: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
SUN: CLOSED - CLOSED

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