What’s Happening in Ohio’s Public Libraries…
[UPDATE: Oct. 11, 2019]
Ohio’s First Lady Fran DeWine visited the Stark County District Library to read with kids and promote the new partnership between the library and the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library.
Libraries took center stage a Columbus Metropolitan Club Forum this week.
Homegrown “Library Book” author Susan Orlean returns to Shaker Heights Public Library on Oct. 15.
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has teamed up with the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati to create a Popup Preschool pilot program for children ages 3-5.
Avon Lake Public Library hosts a monthly Morning Mingle for home-based businesses and sole proprietor in the area.
Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Learning Lab is hosting a series of classes this fall for budding entrepreneurs and small business owners, covering topics from developing a business plan to researching companies and competitors.
Jackson City Library will hold a free Narcan training class on Oct. 21.
Dayton Metro Library’s second annual Career & Learning Expo will be held Oct. 24. This event helps adults explore their career options and enhance their job skills.
London Public Library hosted an instrument petting zoo.
Troy-Miami County Public Library has teamed up with the Alzheimer’s Association Miami Valley Chapter to host a Alzheimer’s Confident Caregiver series.
Meigs County District Library has teamed up with the Minority Business Assistance Center to host a free State and Federal Certification and Business Resources seminar on Oct. 29.
Madison Public Library held a Community Expo and Pizza Cook Off.
Putnam County District Library to offer antique appraisals at its Leipsic library.
A Bryan-area foundation installed a new bike rack at Williams County Public Library and ten more around the city.
Does your storytime look like this? A children’s librarian at the Akron-Summit County Public Library isn’t afraid of a little mess!