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Library - September – December 2019
Youth Programming Registration Begins
Session 6: Registration begins Tuesday, September 3, Session begins September 16
Session 7: Registration begins Tuesday, October 15, Session begins October 28
Registration begins for 5-week sessions that focus on reading, math, science, art & financial education. Learn more about these programs at dcls.org/kidsprograms or call your library!
Job Seeker Resources (Adults)
McCormick Riverfront Library: September 10 & 12, October 8 & 10 & November 12 & 14 from 2:00 – 3:30 pm
Looking for a first job, re-entering the workforce or looking for something better? Drop in for access to experienced staff who can help with resumes, job searches, & applications.
Social Security Basics (Adults)
Kline Library: Thursday, September 12 at 6:30 pm
Many rely on social security when they retire, but did you know your current payroll choices can affect your future retirement? Find out how to maximize your retirement benefits & learn what to expect when cost of living adjustments (COLAs) take effect.
Books on Tap! (Adults)
Sturges Speakeasy: Thursday, September 26, October 24 & November 21 at 5:00 pm
Dive into new genres and get to know other readers. Books discussed include: Beartown by Fredrik Backman, Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, & Golden Hour by Beatriz Williams.
Mini Golf at The Library (Adults)
Kline Library: Friday, October 4 at 6:00 pm
Enjoy an evening of fun as you putt your way through The Library’s nine-hole golf course.
Children’s Book Week: Author/Illustrator Jonathan Bean (Family-Friendly)
Kline Library: Saturday, November 9 at 1:30 pm
Meet local Author/Illustrator Jonathan Bean! Each attending family will receive a free copy of Big Snow. Get a book signed & enjoy Big Snow related activities. Visit dcls.org/cbw for more information & to register.
Negro Spirituals Performance by Hilliard Greene (Adults)
Kline Library: Friday, December 6 at 7:00 pm
Hilliard Greene presents Milestone Negro Spirituals: When Folksongs Bring Freedom. This performance brings light to the significance & beauty of songs associated with the Underground Railroad. Hilliard Greene is an acclaimed composer & performer of contrabass music, former musical director for jazz vocalist Jimmy Scott, leader of The Jazz Expressions & member of the Zigzag Quartet.
Kline Library is located at 530 S. 29th St, Harrisburg & McCormick Riverfront Library at 101 Walnut St, Harrisburg.
A full list of programming can be found at dcls.org/events.
COLLECTION SCHEDULE Please place your containers at your regularly designated spot no earlier than Tuesday evening; our trucks will begin collecting early Wednesday morning. HOLIDAY SCHEDULE Trash and Recycling collection will be delayed until THURSDAY if there is a holiday on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. PLACEMENT OF CONTAINERS FOR COLLECTION Please continue placing trash […]
At a special meeting held on November 14th, 2018, Steelton Borough Council voted to lay the draft 2019 General and Sewer Fund budgets before the public for inspection and comment for a period of thirty (30) days. Members of the public are welcome to review the budget at Borough Hall, make copies for a small […]
‘The Steel Works’ development to transform downtown Steelton with a new grocery store, brewpub, apartments and more. Economic incentives by Dauphin County, Steelton and Steelton-Highspire School District pave the way for the project</b/> STEELTON, PA (November 13, 2018) – A Steelton native is heading the firm planning to transform six vacant blocks in the […]
At its August 27th meeting, the Steelton Borough Authority approved Resolution 2018-AR-01 awarding the bid for the purchase of the Steelton Water System to Pennsylvania American Water.
Meeting Documents Public Comments Public Input Meeting #1 | 8/13/2018 Public Comments Public Input Meeting #2 | 8/16/2018