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Ancestry Library Edition

This resource for genealogy and local history research just got better. It now features an improved look and feel for a more intuitive user experience, location filters allow searching across adjacent counties, map filters, name filters with Soundex, type ahead features, and improved country and state pages. Ancestry is available in the library only.

Spring Storytimes

Registration is now open for our spring storytimes, which begin March 22. See our storytimes page for more information.

Anti-aging and Cancer Prevention

On March 15 at 7:00, join Dr. Kelly Gallagher of Advanced Chiropractic and Wellness Center to learn what you can do to hold back the hands of time and prevent cancer. Registration is requested.

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

It's National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Check out this YouTube video and our books in the library about eating disorders.

Issue 16 - Library on the Ballot May 3

On May 3 we will have a levy on the ballot. This levy would take the place of our current levy, which expires at the end of the year and is about half our income. Read more on our Levy Facts page and in the Falls News-Press. The Cuyahoga Falls Library Supporters' web site has information about how you can help to pass the library levy by volunteering, donating, or adding your endorsement.  read more »

Hypertension, Osteoarthritis, Pain Management & You

CVS Pharmacy is coming to Cuyahoga Falls Library. Come and learn, ask questions and have fun. Registration is requested.

Books 101

Feb. 14: This book club meets the second Monday of every month at 7:00 and will be focusing on the 101 greatest novels of all time. New members are always welcome. For further information contact Deanna Craver at 330-923-0095.

A Record-Breaking Year

In 2010, people checked out 985,035 items from the library. That's more than ever before, and over twice as many as in 2000. Thanks for making it a record-breaking year.

New Teen Web Site

The new teen section of our web site features a great new look, as well as some of the new features found on the rest of the site and some of our old favorites. Read more...

Anime Club

Teens are invited to drop in and check out the Anime Club. If you are interested or have any questions, please e-mail Jennifer at animeclub@CuyahogaFallsLibrary.org or call her at 330-928-2117. (Cuyahoga Cuyahoga Falls Library requests parental permission for all young adults under 15 to view Anime films that are recommended for ages 16 and up. Forms are available at the reference desk or online - PDF.) Check the calendar for times.

 

 

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