Since its founding in 1957, the Fredricksen Library has been a leading cultural and educational resource for the six municipalities in the library’s service area. The Fredricksen Library’s service area encompasses the boroughs of Lemoyne, Camp Hill, and Wormleysburg, and the Townships of Hampden, East Pennsboro, and Lower Allen. Each year we serve over 82,000 individuals, offering opportunities to learn and to grow to all who enter our doors. The Cleve J. Fredricksen Library provides a fun, engaging environment in which children and young adults explore, learn and grow. The Fredricksen Library is a center for education, literacy, socialization, parent education, and family support. The library has a solid and well-deserved reputation for excellence, and we continue to work toward achieving even greater outreach and opportunities for our patrons.
The Business & Career Center @ Fredricksen (BCC) is now offering workshops, programming and technology assistance centered on all stages of career goals, with a focus on enhancing employability for all. Entrepreneurs and local small businesses are also in focus as we partner with SCORE (Service Corp of Retired Entrepreneurs) to offer workshops that assist both individuals and businesses in many key areas. Please click the BCC logo for a current listing of our free workshops and sessions!