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Suggest a Program
Do you have a great idea for a library program? Do you have expertise you want to share with the community? We’d love to hear about it!
Individuals, organizations, and businesses interested in co-sponsoring a program with the Library are invited to submit their idea according to the guidelines below. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance or denial within 4 weeks of submission. If you have not received a response by then, please email us. Phone calls will not be returned.
Program Suggestion Guidelines
What is a library program?
A library program is an event that promotes the use of library materials, facilities, or services and/or offers the community an educational, recreational, or cultural experience. Programs are planned for the interest and enlightenment of community members.
What types of programs is York County Public Library looking for?
Anything that you think may be of interest to York County residents and the surrounding community. Previous programs have featured musical performances, gardening and crafting demonstrations, career and financial seminars, and much more.
What type of programs cannot be held at the Library?
Library programs must be noncommercial in nature. Programs will not be allowed to serve as a platform for generating income for any sponsoring group or individual.
Who chooses what proposals to accept?
The selection of library program topics, speakers, presentations, and resource materials will be made by library staff on the basis of the interests and needs of library users and the community.