Monday, May 20 at 7 p.m.
Enjoy the sweet harmony of the Cuyahoga Falls Community Chorus under the direction of Ted Shure. Cake and punch will be served after the performance by the Friends of Cuyahoga Falls Library.
Two of the big six publishers won't sell e-books to libraries, and another won't sell newly-released titles. Prices that libraries pay for e-books, are high: $84.99 for Dean Koontz’s new novel 77 Shadow Street, which is $13.99 on Amazon. Read more in the Columbus Dispatch.
The children's room has a new collection of the PlayAway View - palm-sized, kid friendly all-in-one video players. The View serves as a literacy tool to aid in comprehension & retention with highly-acclaimed content from studios like Nat'l Geographic, Little Pim & TumbleBooks. Stop in & check out this library exclusive product. For more information see our Playaway Views page.
"You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them." -- Ray Bradbury, 1920-2012
Summer reading for all ages runs June 5 - July 28. See the kids page and the teen page for information on those programs. For adults: Choose any book, downloadable audio book, eBook, or CD book, then fill out an entry form and deposit it in the special box across from the checkout desk. Winners are drawn weekly. Prizes include gift certificates to local restaurants, movie passes, gas cards, and more, with a grand prize of an $80 gas card.
The children’s room has five brand new touch-screen Early Literacy Station computers for kids aged 3-8, and two new touch-screen AfterSchool Edge computers for kids 8-12. These have fun, educational games spanning the curriculum, from reading and math to the arts. The five Early Literacy Stations were donated by the Friends of the library.
You can now get books on CD in MP3 format here. These audiobooks are in MP3 format but on CDs, and a whole book usually fits on one CD (sometimes on two). They will work in some newer CD players, most car CD players made since 2005, and in computers. Just look for the red cases on the end cap in the AV section upstairs, or look in the catalog for "MP3 Books."
Come in and see our display (upstairs) of images and information pertaining to Vaughn Machinery, the Wetmore Dam and the Ohio Edison Dam. Since we are losing two of our dams soon, this is a chance to say goodbye to them and to see how the river looked at the turn of the last century. The display has photos of the Glens, the amusement park there as well as the walking paths.
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