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ORGANIZATION: Lancaster Public Library

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Do you love books? Have you imagined having your own bookstore? Here’s a chance to volunteer and give some valuable time to an important fundraising outlet for the Lancaster Public Library.

Our bookstores, the Juliana Bookstore and the Marshall Street Bookstore, sell quality used books for all ages at extremely reasonable prices. If you have 2-3 hours free weekly or monthly, please consider becoming a member of our volunteer staff. Hours are flexible and scheduling is done monthly.

Juliana Bookstore

Located on the 1st floor of the Lancaster Public Library at 151 North Queen Street in Lancaster, PA.

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday: 10am to 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm
(Closed Sunday and federal holidays)

Marshall Street Bookstore

225 N. Marshall Street, Lancaster, PA
(At corner of Marshall & Fulton Streets)

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Saturday: 10am to 2pm
(Closed Sunday and federal holidays)

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About Lancaster Public Library



Mission Statement

The Lancaster Public Library inspires, empowers, and strengthens our community by connecting people with information, ideas, and enriching experiences.


As one of the oldest public libraries in the country, Lancaster Public Library has been providing library service in Lancaster for over 260 years. Lancaster Public Library has two locations in the county including the main branch at 125 N. Duke Street in the City of Lancaster and the Mountville Branch at 120 College Avenue in Mountville.

Our free public library services include:
»Adult, children, and teen books, periodicals, and audiovisuals from a collection of nearly 200,000 individual items
»Research, business, and historical reference collections
»Research assistance by skilled professional reference librarians
»Educational, recreational, and cultural programs and events for children, teens, adults, and seniors in collaboration community organizations
»Public computers with Internet access, as well as computer instruction for adults
»Online access to databases
»Public meeting rooms for approved community activities
»Quiet research and training areas
»Special language collections

In addition to basic library services, Lancaster Public Library offers special and unique information services to specific groups of individuals in the community like the Duke Street Business Center, the World Languages Collection, and the Autism Resource Collection.


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Lancaster, PA 17603



  • Literacy / Reading
  • Accounting
  • Transactions
  • Customer Service


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • About 10 hours/month
  • Scheduling is flexible!

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