Sara Edmiston


It’s no secret that programming from the Adams County Library System has gone virtual. With book discussions being held over Zoom and story times being filmed and shown on Facebook and YouTube, the library system has been engaging virtually for the past few months.

Our offerings via Zoom are many and varied. All programs for the Adams County Reads One Book selection, The Woman Who Smashed Codes by Jason Fagone are being held via that platform. On Thursday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m., for example, you can turn in from the comfort of your home and watch “Adams County’s Equal Suffrage Movement.” Jane Malone, a member of the Adams County Historical Society and retired licensed Gettysburg Town Guide, will speak on what happened in Adams County during the Suffrage Movement.

Sara Edmiston is the community relations librarian for the Adams County Library System.

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