Job Opening: Teen Specialist

Would you like to join our team? We have a job opening for a librarian, a full-time teen specialist.

Movie Weekend

Saturday, July 23 at 2:00
Insidious (PG 13)

Sunday, July 24 at 2:00
Limitless (PG 13)

InTransit Performs

July 21 at 7:00
Enjoy the smooth, upbeat sounds of Latin jazz with InTransit.

Bill Smith and the Music Men Perform

July 18 at 7 p.m.
Mark your calendars to enjoy and evening of all-American swing music. Bill and the boys will get you "in the mood" with their toe-tapping tunes and their playful banter.

Wedding Music Worshop

July 14 at 6:30
Getting married? Overwhelmed by questions about flowers, caterers, invitations and music? Let cellist, Sharon Nauman take music off your list. Learn easy step by step guidelines to decide how many songs you need, what the musical parts of the ceremony are, how to gauge the music timing and more! Registration is requested.

New Web Resource for Pre-K through 2nd Grade

We now have access to World Book Early World of Learning, which features three interactive sections for the younger user (pre-K through 2nd grade): Trek's Travels has narrated stories and games. Welcome to Reading provides reading practice for 4 reading levels. Know It is a visual encyclopedia.

Ancestry Library Edition & Differences

If you're a genealogy buff you're probably familiar with our Ancestry Library Edition and/or you have your own subscription to In case you're interested, here are the main differences between the two (PDF).

Other Worlds: A Spirit's Perspective

Wednesday, July 13 at 7:00
Angel Reader, Laura Lyn Wissler will provide channeled recordings and messages during a Power Point presentation and recordings of sleep trance channeled messages that she has received. Laura will take questions from the audience about the messages and also share what she see around the participants. This may be aura colors, angel guides or messages from loved ones. You can learn more about Laura Lyn at Registration is requested.

Haunted Australia

July 5 at 7 p.m.
Join author Ken Summers as he discusses some strange and spooky places from "the land down under". This presentation will cover hidden history, regional lore, haunted places, and interesting anecdotes from his December trip with a special focus on Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. There will also be prizes for the audience members.

What to read?

Need suggestions for your summer reading? Check out our staff favorites, Bookletters, bestseller lists, and awards lists, plus other resources. Or, ask a librarian online, or in the library, or by phone (330-928-2117).



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