About Lebanon County Libraries

The Library System of Lebanon County (LSLC) is made up of six independent public libraries serving the information needs of Lebanon county residents.

LSLC provides the means for the six libraries to share resources. These shared resources include: online catalog system, technology support, and ebook lending.

It is our belief that access to free information increases knowledge, supports the school system, provides a resource for lifelong learning, strengthens the community and improves lives. We invite you to visit the library closest to you!

Annville Free Library
Lebanon Community Library
Matthews Public Library
Myerstown Community Library
Palmyra Public Library
Richland Community Library


Employment Opportunities at the Libraries:

Part-time customer service position. Responsible for direct delivery of service in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment. Associates degree or higher preferred; high school diploma required. Some computer experience, flexible availability (Fridays and Saturdays plus some evenings required), a positive attitude, and a genuine desire to help others are required. Send resume to Director, Lebanon Community Library, 125 N. 7th St., Lebanon, PA 17046 or hawk@lclibs.org.

Lebanon County Libraries seeks individuals with teaching experience to teach basic and intermediate level computer classes to adults.  Classes are held on a rotational basis among our six public libraries.  Specific classes include: Intro to Excel, Intro to Word, and a beginner computer class.  Classes are generally held Monday-Friday in the afternoons and evenings.  Please send resume, sample class presentation, and three professional references by March 30, 2018 to: Stephanie Williams, District Consultant, swilliams@lclibs.org