The Gallery at the Library
In 2010, the Manheim Township Public Library opened the doors to its new facility, which included The Morgan Program Center, named for campaign donors Lois and Milt Morgan. This multi-purpose room, which also offers over eighty linear feet of wall hanging space, serves as the library’s “Gallery” and is the perfect venue for the many exhibits and receptions the library hosts throughout the year.
Annually, we host the Something to Crow About Exhibit in January, a Student Art Exhibit in April, and a Photography Exhibit, usually in July. A variety of other exhibits adorn the gallery walls, as well as other areas in the library, during the remaining months of the year.
If you are interested in exhibiting your works at the library, contact Emily Neff at 717.560.6441 Ext. 304 and she will be happy to give you more information about the application process.