The library provides events for information and intellectual pursuits, along with a broad range of recreational activities.
Discover History & Culture
Curious about local history or your family roots? We offer historical presentations and genealogy workshops throughout the year. Keep your brain active by taking a writing workshop or joining a book discussion group.
Programs for Mind & Body
Attend a yoga class, visit with therapy dogs, discover new healthy recipes through a cooking class, and get the latest wellness information from certified specialists. We regularly offer health workshops by Main Line Health System, Chester County Hospital, and other experts.
Information You Can Use
Need assistance enrolling in Medicare, filing taxes, improving your literacy, or gaining valuable financial skills? The library has you covered with Medicare 101, Tax Preparation Workshops, First Time Home Buyers workshops, and more.
XYZ Connect provides information for upcoming Chester County Library events and programs that may interest Generations X, Y, and Z. Find the XYZ Connect page here.
Visit our Calendar of Events to view our upcoming programs!
Apply to Present
Do you have expertise in a particular topic? Is there something you're passionate about sharing with others? Consider holding a program at our library. Complete the 'Program Proposal Form' and our program coordinator will contact you if there is a match between your topic and the interests of our customers. Proposals will be reviewed and approved on a rolling basis of availability. Due to room constraints and a need to schedule programs on a number of topics, some programs will not be selected. Review our Program Guidelines, then fill out the Adult Program Application form.
If you don't see a program that interests you - tell us what does. Or, if you're interested in working with us to develop programs, sponsor our events, or would like more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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