This Week At The Library (April 20-25th)

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Tuesday, April 21st

Children’s Programs

Drop In Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

preschool program

Teen Programs

Silent Library at 3:30 pm: Watch people doing some really wacky and hilarious activities and try not to laugh! Please call 330-745-6126 to register.

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Adult Programs

TV Talk: Game of Thrones at 6 pm: Love watching, reading, and immersing yourself in the world of GAME OF THRONES? Then this is the group for you! Meet with us on Tuesdays at 6 pm to discuss the previous episode and the land and characters of Westeros. No registration is required.

game of thrones 2

Saturday, April 25th

Adult Programs

Marvelous Manicures with Vicki at 2 pm: Join Vicki to learn about caring for your nails and have them beautified! Please register by calling the Branch at 330-745-6126 as space is limited. Registration begins March 30th.

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This Week At The Library (April 13-18th)

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Tuesday, April 14th

Preschool Programs

Preschool Story Time at 10:30 am: Join us for stories, music, movement and fun! Each session will be followed by a play time or a fun activity. For ages 2-6 with a favorite adult. Register at 330-745-6126 to join the fun.

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After School Programs

Treasure Boxes at 4 pm: Turn a plain cigar box into a fantastical container to hold your treasures.

treaure chest

Adult Programs

TV Talk: Game Of Thrones at 6 pm: Love watching, reading, and immersing yourself in the world of GAME OF THRONES? Then this is the group for you! Meet with us on tuesdays at 6 pm to discuss the previous episode and the land and characters of Westeros. No registration is required.

game of thrones

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This Week At The Library (April 6-11)

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Tuesday, April 7th

Children’s Programs

Preschool Story Time at 10:30 am: Join us for stories, music, movement and fun! Each session will be followed by a play time or a fun activity. For ages 2-6 with a favorite adult. Register at 330-745-6126 to join the fun.

storytime

Spring Break Fun

The Great Outdoors at 1 pm: Drop in for a make and take craft inspired by the great outdoors.

great outdoors

Wednesday, April 8th

Spring Break Fun

Open Art Studio at 1 pm: Get creative with the libraries collection of art supplies.

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Thursday, April 9th

Spring Break Fun

Movie Matinee at 1 pm: Munch on popcorn and watch BIG HERO 6 on our big screen.

Big hero 6

Saturday, April 11th

A Book, A Movie and a Meal at 1 pm: Join us to watch the movie MARLEY AND ME and eat a casual meal. Take home the book to listen to or read. Please register by calling the branch at 330-745-6126.

marley and me

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This Week At The Library (March 30th- April 4th)

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Tuesday, March 31st

Children’s Programs

Drop In Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

playtime

Teen Programs

Teen Spot at 4 pm: Hang out, munch on snacks, play games or create a craft. For ages 11-18.

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This Week At The Library (March 23-28)

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Tuesday, March 24th

Children’s Programs

Drop In Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

preschool play time

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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Spring weather is finally here so stop on by the library and check out one of our new books!  Jessica Treadway has a haunting and evocative mystery out titled, “Lacy Eye” while Dennis Lehane has a new Joe Coughlin book called, “World Gone By”.  We also have some interesting new non-fiction including “1,339 Quite Interesting Facts to Make Your Jaw Drop” and the fascinating memoir about Anna Lyndsey titled, “Girl in the Dark”.  Click on a book below to place one on hold today!

 

The truth according to usLacy eyeLast one homeThe invasion of the tearlingWorld gone bySword of the bright lady1339 quite interesting facts to make your jaw dropGirl in the darkCrane

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This Week At The Library (March 16-21)

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Monday, March 16th

Teen Programs

String Art at 3:30 pm: Get artsy with string! Make something extraordinary out of something that is ordinary. Please call 330-745-6126 to register.

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Tuesday, March 17th

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day: Celebrate America’s strong Irish cultural heritage on this memorable holiday. Just remember to put on something green this morning!

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Preschool Program

Drop In Play Days at 10:30 am: Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends,

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Saturday, March 21st

Family Programs

Hawaiian Movie Fest at 1 pm: Watch the movie LILO AND STITCH on our big screen. Make Hawaiian leis, taste some tropical snacks, and make a volcano erupt!

lilo and stitch

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Jim’s Weekly Patron Picks

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We have some thrilling new stories for you to check out this week!  There is a new set of science fiction stories compiled by George R. R. Martin and Gardner Dozois titled, “Old Venus”, Barbara Taylor Bradford is releasing “The Cavendon Women”, a sequel to “Cavendon Hall”, while Heather Graham has a new Cafferty and Quinn book titled, “The Dead Play On”.  We also have a new non-fiction book by Brittany Ducker called, “Accused: A Heartbreaking Death and the Quest for Justice”. Click on a book below to place it on hold today!

 

Old venusVengance of the iron dwarfSeason of Fear.indd                          The cavendon womenThe dead play onAccusedCold betrayal Frank - a life in politics

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This Week At The Library (March 9-14)

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Tuesday, March 10th

Children’s Programs

Drop In and Play Days at 10:30 am:  Drop in and join the fun! Children ages 1-6 and their families can stop by for open play in the library meeting room. No formal program is presented, just a chance for the little ones to come to the library and enjoy our collection of toys and to make new friends.

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After School Programs

Mini Canvas at 4 pm has been cancelled! We are sorry for any inconvenience.

Saturday, March 14th

Irish Folding Card Creations at 1 pm: As spring finally approaches, join us in making decorative cards for the upcoming holidays! We will have templates available for St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day and an assortment of other spring themes. Supplies will be provided. Please call the branch at 330-745-6126 to register as spaces are limited. Registration begins February 16.

iris folding card

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Daylight Savings Time, March 8th

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This year don’t forget to set your clocks to the right time. Most digital devices will automatically set themselves but for those of us still using analog clocks and some digital it’s important to remember. Don’t throw your schedule for the week off! The official time to switch is 2 am Sunday morning but if you’re a normal human who doesn’t want to do that go ahead and switch your clock one hour ahead Saturday night or when you wake up Sunday morning.

DAYLIGHT SAVING

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