The Milanof-Schock Library in Mount Joy will take part in a WHP580 radio interview to air on Saturday, July 7 during the 7am hour. Michael Parks of the Michael Parks Show on WHP580 will interview Barbara Basile, the director of the library, and Jan Betty, coordinator extraordinaire of the Library’s youth services. Barbara and Jan…Read More About Library Takes to the Air Waves!
National Summer Learning Day is a national advocacy day aimed at elevating the importance of keeping kids learning, safe and healthy every summer, ensuring they return to school in the fall ready to succeed in the year. The Milanof-Schock Library wants to send a powerful message that summers matter, and they offer an opportunity to…Read More About Library Celebrates National Summer Learning Day July 12
End-of-Life Planning is often an uncomfortable topic of discussion among family members. The One More Sunset event is being offered to provide information on a variety of important topics so that making a plan is a little easier. The businesses at this event are here to provide information and answer questions – they will not attempt…Read More About Hospice to Hold End-of-Life Planning Open House at the Library
The Plant Exchange scheduled for Saturday, April 21 was rescheduled for Saturday, May 5 from 10 – 1. Please bring a plant if you are able, but not required. The Garden Where you Can lecture will be held in the Library’s program room at 11:00 a.m.Read More About Plant Exchange Rescheduled Due to Lack of Interest
Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Mount Joy!Read More About Free Paper Shredding Event
Who doesn’t love free plants? Plan to attend this community exchange to get rid of some plants that need to be divided and/or get some new plants for your yard or patio.Read More About Plant Exchange
Sponsorship to help with Library programs! Union Community Bank of Mount Joy will be sponsoring Milanof-Schock Library for the month of April. The support of Union Community Bank provides financial assistance toward the many costs associated with offering free programs to the community. On average every month, the Library holds 20+ children/family programs, including Story…Read More About Union Community Bank Sponsors the Library