What’s Happening in Ohio’s Public Libraries…
[UPDATE: Nov. 1, 2019]
Ohio’s public libraries celebrate Halloween with safe and fun activities for everyone…
Thanks to local donors, the New Madison Public Library gave out 425 new books to trick or treaters.
Westerville Public Library hosted a Wizards and Wands Festival last weekend that drew more than 3,000 people!
Mary L. Cook Public Library taught seniors at the Quaker Heights retirement facility how to make a festive candy holder.
The Kinsman Free Public Library held a Zombie Ball for teens.
Columbus Metropolitan Library will now provide after-school snacks at 15 branches.
Huron County Community Library is also providing after-school snacks at the Williard Memorial Library.
While many libraries are using electronic lockers for after-hours pickups, the Athens County Public Libraries has installed them to expand service to the small village of Amesville.
More than 50 bikes were assembled for children in foster care at the Solon branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library.