When you're renewing your items in our "my account" feature on the web, make sure you're completing the process. It's easy to miss the new screen that was added in a recent update of the software: Now, after you select items to renew and click "renew selected," you get a confirmation screen that says "The following item(s) will be renewed, would you like to proceed?" and you have to click "yes." After that, you'll get the final screen, where you should check the "status" column to see if your items were able to be renewed.
Wednesday, June 22 at 6:30
Enjoy and evening with antiques expert Sue Marocchino. Admire Sue's collection of vintage hankies from the 1870's-1950's and hear stories about each one. Audience members are invited to bring their own favorite hanky for "show and tell". Registration is requested (330-928-2117).
We are a member of the Ohio eBook Project, a consortium of more than 60 Ohio libraries that provides digital content including: eBooks, audiobooks, music and video. The Ohio eBook Project gives you access to 18,000 copies of over 13,000 titles. The eBook Project consortium allows Ohio libraries to provide digital materials to their patrons at a considerable savings. All member libraries add to, and share the digital materials collection. read more »
In May we used 39% less energy than we did in May, 2009. The energy-saving measures in our renovation project, which was funded by donations, are really saving taxpayer money.
Monday, June 20 at 7:00
Sifu Joe Casenhiser of the "Ten Harmony School of Chinese Boxing" will be teaching a basic introduction to practical self defense based on Tai Chi principles. Joe has 17 years experience in the arts of Tai Chi and WaLu. To register for this free class call 330-928-2117.
June 14 at 2 and 7 p.m.
A true story-an exciting journey-a memoir-an important part of history
Meet local author Floriana Hall and hear how she and her 2 brothers attended 11 different schools because of their father's job situation. Hear how they learned to cope with life without enough food or the necessities of life. Copies of Miss Flossie's World will be available for purchase and signing.
Join Heather Parr and Julie Lehman to enjoy an evening of familiar songs that brings back memories of the 20's, 30's and 40's.
Erica Skerl, Elder Law Attorney and Bonnie Victor, Senior Advisor, will share with you ways to protect yourself and loved ones from devastating costs of long term care. Registration is requested.
Thursday, June 9 at 7:00
Enjoy an evening with poets Barbara Sabol and Lou Suarez, and singer/songwriter Josh Maxon. A poetry open mic will follow.
What are your neighbors reading? Our lists of most popular titles are based on checkouts at our library, not on some national sales figures, and we have lots of categories, including mystery, nonfiction, and graphic novels, as well as movies, CDs, and titles for kids and teens.