The William D. Weeks Memorial Library:
- Celebrates and fosters recreational learning through activities, technology, and programs for persons of all ages
- Serves as a public warehouse (repository) of ideas, a place where information can be shared from print, audio-visual, and online sources with the help of trained specialists who organize and make these resources accessible
- Is the hub of our community where information, k_nowledge, culture, and history interface with people
Weeks Memorial Library now holds more than 62,000 items which include not only books but also videos, DVDs, books on tape, and magazines.
An extensive history and genealogy collection has been developed and is being used by people throughout the country.
More than 4000 residents of Lancaster and surrounding communities hold active library cards.