What’s Happening in Ohio’s Public Libraries…
[UPDATE: March 6, 2020]
Westerville Public Library added a new collection of books donated by the Consulate General of India in partnership with the Federation of Indian Associations.
Toledo Lucas County Public Library has expanded its program for grandparents raising their grandchildren. The Grandparent Project provides much needed legal, financial, emotional and internet safety support.
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage with the exhibit, “Genius of Liberty: The Long Struggle for Women’s Equality.”
Amy Poehler had a live chat with a librarian from Bexley Public Library during The Kelly Clarkson Show.
The Lane Libraries partnered with LoveWorks and Ohiomeansjobs Butler County to host Fairfield Lane Library’s second annual Community Volunteer Fair.
Belmont County District Library hosted a meeting about a new three-year program aimed at spurring entrepreneurship in Martins Ferry.
Operation Gratitude: Way Public Library collected cards and letters for members of the military.
Lorain Public Library System celebrated the opening of the newly renovated Toni Morrison Reading Room on what would have been Morrison’s 89th birthday (Feb. 18).
Loudonville Public Library has created a new exhibition, “Legendary Creatures: Where Once Upon A Time Meets Reality.” This exhibition showcases the origin and history of some of today’s most popular mythical creatures.
From light therapy lamps to Adventure Kits, Worthington Libraries helps people fight the winter blues.
Guernsey County District Public Library is ready for some March Madness with a tournament of books.
There is so much happening in Ohio’s public libraries! This recap highlights Ohio library news and unique events, and showcases why Ohio has the highest library use per capita in the nation. Please submit news items to OLC’s Director of Communications, Angie Jacobsen at firstname.lastname@example.org.