Free Comic Book Day is just about here. Saturday, May 2 is the big day, and Cuyahoga Falls Library will be participating. If you stop into the library, there will be a selection of free comics for you to take home and enjoy. These are first come, first serve, and we ask that you only take one of each title.
Special thanks go to John at JC Comics & Cards, who provided us with all these wonderful give-aways. His shop, which is located at 2609 State Road, will also be giving out free comics for this big event. Tell him Jen at the library sent you! read more »
Anime club will be held on Wednesday May 13 & 27. This is an ongoing group that is for teens only, or anyone ages 12-18. Anyone under the age of 15 must have a signed permission slip to attend.
We watch anime, talk a lot about anime and video games, and basically just hang out with other like minded people. You are welcome to bring snacks. This group also has cosplay events, Ninja Warrior Eating Contests, and is always invited to participate in the Memorial Day Parade, walking as a part of the library.
New faces always welcome! read more »
May's TAB meeting will be on Thursday, May 14, from 4-5 pm. Anyone in grades 6-12 is welcome to attend. Pizza is always provided, so you will never be bored or hungry at a TAB meeting.
This month we will be discussing the upcoming Murder Mystery Party, and how to make it an event to die for!
Call Ms. Jen at 330-928-2117 ext.151 if you have any questions. New members are new voices, which are always a great thing.
Stop by the Children's Room Information Desk for a Baby Bingo card. The early literacy activities on the Bingo card are designed with baby in mind! Every time you do one of the activities, put an "x" through it. Once you've completed the card stop back at the Desk for a free board book for baby. There are four titles so we encourage you to do the activities repeatedly and collect all four!
Young adults in grades 6 to 12 are invited Monday, April 13, from 7:00 - 8:30, to bring a project or craft for an evening of socializing and sharing. It will be a chance to learn new skills from other teens. The library will provide the space, snacks, and an additional activity for those without a current project. Registration is not required.
Young adults in grades 6 to 12 are invited to visit the library on St. Patrick's Day, from 3:30 - 4:30, to enjoy mint ice cream milk shakes, a small craft, and a special celebration with gold (at the end of the rainbow, of course). Register in person, online, or by calling 330-928-2117. Free!