Why Citizenship is a Duty, not a Title: An Open Discussion on the Public Philosophy of Citizenship
Thursday, November 1 at 6:00 p.m. Why Citizenship is a Duty, not a Title: An Open Discussion on the Public Philosophy of Citizenship will be presented by author of “While Reason Slept”, Thomas F. Brier, Jr., Esq., a Hershey native. Registration is not necessary but is appreciated. Please register online, […]
Library Community Page
Have you ever wanted to share your thoughts about a great book or audiobook that you could simply not put down, or a wonderful movie or music album you want to recommend to others? Read more. Fill out the online review form and we will post it here. (For adults and young adults).
Access free and unrestricted online learning when you create an account and log in, or register for a course on the websites below. Only requirement is access to the Internet.
One-On-One Computer Training Request Form
Schedule an appointment for training
Friends Programs Information
The Friends of the Hershey Public Library bring a new season of programs for adults and children. The brochure includes information on book discussion groups, the annual author visit and film festivals. Click to download a copy of the Friends Programs: 2018-2019.
Friends Programs & Library Programs
Register online at the Event Calendar, or call (717) 533-6555. (Friends Programs require registration. Not all Library Programs require registration.) Register for Programs on the Event Calendar Friends Programs Information Financial Education Series Woodrow Wilson and the Great War Twin Edens: Galapagos and the Falklands The Pennsylvania German Groundhog Lodges […]
Looking for a group to Join? Hershey Public Library plays host to a number of groups that meet at the library and are open to new members. There is something for almost everyone here at the library. Take a look at what we have to offer. If you are […]
The library’s mission is to encourage life-long learning and therefore it provides adult enrichment classes primarily in the fall and spring. Most of these classes have a fee which is determined by and given directly to the instructor. The library does not keep any part of that fee. Many of […]
Book Discussion Groups
Sorry, all book discussion groups are now FULL. 😐 For information, please contact Julie Brnik at 533-6555 ext. 3717 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Combined Reading Lists for the Book Groups 2018.
Are you a beginner with computers who needs a little help with the basics? Or do you have computer skills but would like some assistance with troubleshooting? CLICK HERE to schedule a brief one-on-one session. You may also fill out a computer training form at the Circulation desk, hand it to […]