Join the Summer Reading Challenge May 15!
This summer, Build a Better World! Join York County Library June 5 – July 28 as we celebrate making a positive change with four age-appropriate reading challenges:
"Tiny Tots" ages 3 and under; Children ages 3–11; Teens ages 12–17; and Adults. Each challenge features special prizes, incentives, and free programs for all ages. The Summer Reading Challenge is sponsored by Friends of the Library.
Children & Teen Library Volunteers
Are you between the ages of 11 and 18 and would like to volunteer at your library? If so, we are looking for young enthusiastic people to help out around our libraries. If interested please fill out this Children & Teen Volunteer Application Form and return it to any York County Library location.
2017 Spring Kids Calendar Now Available
The Kids Calendar features a list of upcoming events for children. Click here to view or print your own copy!
Learn a New Language
Now through York County Library, your young children can learn a new language with the use of Little Pim. This award-winning language program for kids makes it fun and easy for children to learn a second language. With 11 languages to choose from, this proprietary method teaches your child 360 words and phrases.
Lego Donations Requested
We're planning new Lego programs! If you have new or used Lego or Duplo building blocks, complete sets, or just extra pieces, please donate them at any York County Library. In Rock Hill, bring them directly to the Children's Department.
Hear about 5-star chapter books from Miss Amy and other kids your age. It's like a book club, but with no required reading! Ages 9–12. No registration required. See the Events Page for more details.
Children's Department: (803) 981-5888
Children's Manager: Diane Williams, (803) 981-5840