Discover Family Place
What Is a Family Place Library?
Where Can I Find a Family Place Library?
What Internet Sites Really Work With Preschoolers?
What is Family Place Libraries?
A special area that's user-friendly to parents and preschool children together with age-appropriate toys and books, resources for parents, and comfortable seating.
Parent / child workshops engaging preschoolers in educational play and creative activities while introducing parents to valuable information on speech and language development, child development, nutrition, physical fitness and movement, books and reading. Knowledgeable professionals give advice on being your child's first teacher.
Up-to-date collections of books, magazines, and other media to assist the parents, caregivers, and teachers of young children.
Staff members trained in Family Place library service.
Family Place Libraries
Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library
45 East Main Street
Waynesboro, PA 17268
Children's Coordinator: Emily Sharp
Director: Dinah Shockey
Grove Family Library
101 Ragged Edge Road S
Chambersburg, PA 17202
Phone: 717-264-9663 or 717-264-9863
Children's Coordinator: Sonja Newman
Director: Joan Peiffer
St. Thomas Library
30 Schoolhouse Road
St. Thomas, PA 17252
Children's Coordinator: Deanna Snider
Lilian S Besore Memorial Library
305 East Baltimore Street
Greencastle, PA 17225
Children's Coordinator: Rose Taylor
Director: Laura Greenlee
Fulton County Library
227 North First Street
McConnellsburg, PA 17233</
Children's Coordinator: Linda Burton
Director: Jamie Brambley
Please check with the staff at any Family Place Library to find out when the next Parent / Child Workshop series begins. Enrollment in each series is limited by space.
Great Internet Sites for Toddlers and Preschoolers:
Julia's Rainbow Corner
Rolie Polie Olie