Kids in grades 3-6 will enjoy using a variety of creative techniques and media as part of our monthly first-Friday Crafternoon series. On Friday, October 6 at 4 p.m. we will be creating a fall tree painting using q-tips.
Celebrate all of your favorite books, movies, comics, and teams with us Monday, October 23rd through Saturday, October 28th. Wear a fandom shirt or dress as a character for fun! Teens & adults can complete activities to earn prize entries for fun, fandom-themed prizes. Children will use stickers to vote for their favorite characters.
OUR DAILY THEMES:
-Sports (football, baseball, etc.)
-Space & Time (Star Wars, Doctor Who, etc.)
-Sword & sorcery (Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, etc.)
-Superheroes (Marvel, DC, Batman, Iron Man, etc.)
Story Times are available for babies through five years of age. Story Times are held weekly and begin the week of September 18, concluding the week of October 16. There will be NO Story Times on Wednesday, October 11, as the library will be closed. Those sessions will be held on Friday, October 13.
Register by clicking on the appropriate age group on our website calendar or by contacting the Children's Department at 330-683-1065.
Kids in grades 3-6 will enjoy using a variety of creative techniques and media as part of our monthly first-Friday Crafternoon series. On Friday, September 1st at 4 p.m. we will be using collaborative art: Glue & Chalk Abstract.
Join us on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 10:00am or 6:30pm for our Book Club meetings.
September 14 - "The Forest of Vanishing Stars" by Kristin Harmel
October 12 - "Anxious People" by Fredrik Backman
November 9 - "The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek" by Kim Michelle Richardson
January 11 - A Gregg Olsen book - title to be determined
February 8 - "Women Talking" by Miriam Toews
March 14 - "The Lincoln Highway" by Amor Towles
April 11 - "With the Fire on High" by Elizabeth Acevedo
May 9 - Things in Jars" by Jess Kidd
Kids in grades 3-6 will enjoy using a variety of creative techniques and media as part of our monthly first-Friday Crafternoon series. On Friday, August 4th at 4 p.m. we will be using collaborative art: Sunflower Collage.
Students in Grades 5-8 can read year-round and earn a treat coupon or small prize for every 300 minutes of reading completed. Pick up a log sheet from the Information Desk to track your reading minutes and book titles. Turn your completed log sheet in to the Information Desk and draw from the Brain Freeze Jar. You have a chance to win a prize from Dairy Queen, McDonald's, Orr Valley Creamery, or Taco Bell (limit of 3 prizes per month.)
Beginning June 1, adults can pick up a kit at the Information Desk to make a paperbag album. We will show you how to use basic paper lunchbags and photos, sayings, embellishments of your choosing to make a simple and unique gift. Kits will be available while supplies last.
Registration begins Tuesday, May 30th for our Summer Story Times.
Story Times are available for babies through grade 2. Story Times are held weekly and begin the week of June 12, concluding the week of July 24.
There will be no Story Times the week of July 3.
Register by clicking on the appropriate age group on our website calendar or by contacting the Children's Deparatment at 330-683-1065.
Our theme for the Summer Reading Program is "All Together Now." The program runs through August 5 and is free for all ages.
Details can be found under the 'Adults,' 'Children,' or 'Teens' section of our webpage.