Blogs

New Web Site

Use our new web site to learn more about what we do and find information more easily - also, find things to check out using our lists of recently-ordered, recently-added, and most popular titles in your favorites categories.

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.

Coffee Hour - Adult Gaming

Jan. 22, 2011, 2:00 pm
Adults are invited to stop in and learn how to play disc dog, bowling or tennis onWii gaming system. Wii: it's not just for kids! (No experience necessary)

Homebound Services

Disabled or aged persons who are unable to come to the library and have no one to bring them library materials may request monthly home delivery by volunteers. To learn more please call (330) 928-2117.

ConsumerReports.org

Using the library's subscription to ConsumerReports.org, you can get ratings and recommendations on thousands of products and services  read more »

Friends of the Library Newsletter Online

The Friends of the Library newsletter is now available online. You can read read it on the web or get each new issue in your e-mail (6 per year). You can also find the Friends newsletter listed with our Bookletters and on the Friends' web page. 

New Web Site

Our new web site provides more information about what we do and gives you more help in finding books, DVDs, etc. to enjoy. It also provides modern features such as a site search, a mobile/text-only version, and RSS feeds. The web site is built on free, open-source software, and takes advantage of the economy of scale by being part of a web-hosting project with other libraries.

Homebound Services

Disabled or aged persons who are unable to come to the library and have no one to bring them library materials may request monthly home delivery by volunteers. To learn more please call (330) 928-2117.

ConsumerReports.org

 Using the library's subscription to ConsumerReports.org, you can get ratings and recommendations on thousands of products and services  read more »

 

 

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