Thank you for submitting your community events to our RSVPA calendar over the past several years.
The way our community learns about events has shifted. Fewer community members are visiting RSVPA to find events. And when March 2020 arrived and canceled all plans, everywhere, we pulled our on-air community event announcements too.
We value your time (and ours). We are no longer accepting new calendar submissions and will take the calendar offline at the end of January 2022.
If you’re interested in on-air or online event promotion, Linda Green Clark can help! Send an email to learn more about supporting WITF through sponsorship or ad space on WITF TV, witf.org, or WITF 89.5 & 93.3.
To learn about WITF events, please visit our Events page.
If you used RSVPA to get the word out about your events, there are other online calendars available to you! We have included to a few of our own go-to favorites below.
Job seekers are invited to drop in for access to computers and experienced staff who will help format resumes, search for jobs, and fill out applications. This program is intended for adults. No registration required.Find out more »
Learn how current payroll choices can impact future Social Security benefits during this interactive presentation. Attendees will learn how to maximize their Social Security benefits, what their benefit options are, and what they can expect when cost of living adjustments (COLAs) take effect.Find out more »
Stop the Bleed is a nation-wide initiative that empowers bystanders to react in life-threatening emergencies by teaching basic bleed control techniques. Susan Goodyear, Injury and Outreach Coordinator with Geisinger Holy Spirit Trauma Services, will lead the session. By the end of the workshop, participants will know how they can help in the event of a life-threatening bleed.Find out more »
After viewing "Dreams of Equality," Shirley McCormick from the League of Women Voters will share the fascinating history of the Justice Bell, cast in 1915, and its role in promoting the cause for women's suffrage. Funding support provided by the Mary Sachs Charitable Trust & co-sponsored by AAUW Harrisburg.Find out more »
Looking for a first job or hoping to land something better? Re-entering the workforce? The Library is here to help! Drop-in during this time and get access to computers and experienced staff, who can assist with formatting resumes, searching for jobs, and filling out applications.Find out more »
Though a vast majority of historians agree that the institution of slavery was what cause the war, Scott Hancock, an associate professor of History and Africana Studies at Gettysburg College, asks “Who caused the American Civil War?” Hancock will answer this question by considering how some of the most powerless people in the antebellum United States–Black women, men, and children escaping slavery–helped cause a bitter and bloody war that eventually led to emancipation for all African Americans. His talk puts…Find out more »
Children, ages 18 and under, can receive a free lunch to go at the East Shore Area Library. Snacks will also be available at all Library locations on Friday and weekends. For more information, visit dcls.org/src or call 717-652-9380.Find out more »
Join us to create a simple, seasonal, family-friendly project that is explained step-by-step. This event will be held in person and outside. All materials will be provided. For families with children of all ages. Registration is required and limited.Find out more »
New to Medicare and not sure how to navigate it? Jay Bhagat from Financial Education Partnership has you covered. Learn about Medicare Parts A and D, the different plans and supplements that are available, individual part coverage, and more. By the end of the session, you will feel better prepared for Medicare enrollment. This program can be attended in-person at the East Shore Area Library or online via Zoom. When you register, please register for the version you would like…Find out more »
Coloring generates wellness, quietness, and stimulates parts of the brain related to motor skills, the senses, and creativity. Coloring is a great social activity, and it’s just plain fun! Coloring sheets and colored pencils will be provided. Feel free to bring your favorite coloring tools with you. For adults, 18+. Registration is required.Find out more »
New and gently used books, videos, CDs and other items will be for sale at the Friends’ book and media sale.Find out more »