Ohio Library News
McKinley Memorial Library teamed up with the city of Niles Parks Department to create a Pete the Cat StoryWalk®
Kinsman Free Public Library is loaning Interactive Movie Bags. The kits provide a script and some of the supplies needed to play along.
Marysville Public Library took its popular Pages and Paws program outside!
North Canton Public Library hosted the first major museum exhibition devoted to the art found within the pages of African-American children’s picture books.
Pickerington Public Library is loaning Experience Passes for local attractions.
Westlake Public Library is hosting its annual STEAM Week July 18-24, which features programs and blog posts about science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics for all ages.
Chillicothe & Ross County Public Library rolled out its new Book-A-Bike program, made possible through a grant from the Ross County Health District.
Tipp City Public Library‘s Book Bike made a stop at the Tipp City Summer Academy.
The Carnegie Public Library in Washington Court House hosted a Fourth of July Bike Bash.
From car battery jump starters to memory care kits, Grandview Heights Public Library, Worthington Libraries, Westerville Public Library, Delaware County District Library, Southwest Public Libraries, Upper Arlington Public Library, Bexley Public Library, and Columbus Metropolitan Library are drawing attention for their unconventional borrowing items.
The Coshocton Public Library System recently installed a fence on its lawn to allow for outdoor programming.
Way Public Library got a visit from the Wienermobile!
Hudson Library & Historical Society hosted a live virtual cooking program with chef Jennifer Tidwell.
Conneaut Public Library and North Canton Public Library are loaning pickleball paddles.
Cuyahoga County Public Library‘s temporary StoryWalk® at Marquardt Park is now a permanent display for families to enjoy.
This dad celebrated summer reading at the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library with a song that you’ll be singing in your head all day…