December Closures

Trone Memorial Library will be closed on Friday, December 8 and Monday, December 25. At this time, we plan on no other closures during the month of December. In the event of inclement weather, we will notify the public of unexpected closures as soon as possible. Many thanks!

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2017 Annual Fund Drive

There are three pathways to financial security for Trone Memorial Library. Learn more with this infographic, and please consider making a contribution. Many thanks!

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December is almost here!

Since the holiday season is upon us, we are bringing back an old staple that we used to do in the old library but with a new twist. We will once again be selling wrapped nearly-new books with paper on them to make great gifts. Below is a picture of the wrapped presents, in donated baskets, under our tree.

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Demolish the Debt

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Winter 2017-18 Event and Activity Calendar

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Adams County Community Foundation Giving Spree

Jean Barnett Trone Memorial Library of East Berlin connects people to opportunities that enrich their lives.

Our goal for Adams County? Every life fulfilled.

Please consider donating to the Library at the Adams County Community Foundation 2017 Giving Spree.

NEW THIS YEAR: Every Giving Spree attendee will receive a $10 token to donate to their non-profit of choice.

Thursday, November 9
4p – 6:30p
Gettysburg Middle School

Refreshments will be served.

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Haunted House

The Haunted House has been postponed to Tuesday, October 31 (Halloween) from 6-8pm. We hope to see you then!

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Malice and Mayhem Halloween Book Sale

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Celebrate Your Freedom to Read During Banned Books Week at Jean Barnett Trone Memorial Library of East Berlin!

Jean Barnett Trone Memorial Library of East Berlin will be uniting with the American Library Association and the Pennsylvania Library Association in shared support of the freedom to read during Banned Books Week, September 24-30. Banned Books Week is an annual event that celebrates the freedom to read. Librarians, teachers, publisher, booksellers, journalists, authors and readers around the country will be coming together to focus on the value of free and open access to information. Words have power and access to diverse ideas gives us all the power to fight ignorance and strengthen understanding. Celebrate the freedom to read by reading your favorite banned book. Fight censorship and exercise your freedom to seek and express ideas, during this year’s Banned Books Week. Looking for more information? Visit http://www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks.

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Error on Fall Event Calendar

We apologize for the error on our fall event calendar. Toddler Story-times will be on Wednesdays at 10:30am (not 9:30am). Hope to see you then!

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