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Adult Summer Reading 2024 Print
Active ImageCongratulations to our second set of prizewinners in"The Adventure Begins at your Library" Summer Reading Program.

Our winner in the Adventure Trivia contest was Rachel Fountain (Set of folding chairs). The three winners selected from those who submitted Book Review sheets were Erin Watson (Hammock), Nancy Fisher (Basket with blanket), Cassandra Elliot (Bird house).

Adults can win prizes just by reading through August 3. All you have to do is be at least 18 years of age and fill out a Book Review slip at the library for each book you read (or listen to). The final prize drawing will be held August 3. The more times you enter, the better your chance of winning.

Library users also may win prizes by participating in trivia contests. Prizes will be awarded based on the most correct answers, with the final one also on August 3. For more information and entry sheets, please visit the library.

All summer reading participants automatically will be entered in the grand prize drawing (held August 3) for a Blackstone Tabletop Griddle. Three runners-up prizes — $50 store gift cards to Kroger, Subway and Lowes — also will be awarded. 

 
Youth Summer Reading 2024 Print
Active ImageAnyone looking for fun and excitement this summer should visit the library.

The library will offer a multitude of programs, activities and prizes for children 12 and under during its Summer Reading event, "Adventure Begins at Your Library."

You may register for Summer Reading at any time. All children who register will receive a bag that includes reading logs, coupons, etc., and a library yard sign.

We also are hosting Family Fun Fridays at the library with special programs scheduled featuring live animals, juggling, music, dancing, and more.

Children can earn prizes just for reading and filling out and returning their logs through July 31.

The library also is hosting weekly storytimes through the end of July. See the schedule below.

July Calendar

For more information, contact Youth Services Coordinator Amber Chaney at 937.783.3585.

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Teen Summer Reading 2024 Print
Active ImageTeens have several opportunities to win prizes this summer at the library just for reading — or completing a few fun activities.

All young adults ages 13 to 17 can pick up a registration folder for the Teen Summer Reading Program at the library. The folder contains all the information necessary to participate, plus some coupons.

The summer reading program runs through July 31 with a Teen Review Raffle and Adventure Bingo. For every hour teens read, they can submit a Teen Review for their choice of two prizes. The more you read, the better your chances of winning.

Congratulations to our first two winners. Mahi Patel won a light-up frisbee and light-up soccer ball, and Issac Mills won a backpack with water bottle and bird identification guide.

The final prize drawing takes place July 31. Teens also may complete five boxes on the Be Better Bingo board and submit it by July 31 to be entered in a drawing for one of two $50 Visa gift cards.

Each teen who turns in either a Teen Review or a Be Better Bingo form gets a drawstring sports bag with a collapsible frisbee and waterproof phone pouch. (Limit one per person.)

Please contact Adult Services Coordinator Amanda Johnson at 937.783.3585 with any questions.

 
Breakfast/Lunch at the Library Print
Active ImageChildren and teens will be able to receive two free meals per day at the library this summer.

In addition to once again offering bagged lunches this year, we also will have bagged breakfasts available to anyone 18 and younger.

Children and/or their guardians may pick up lunch and/or breakfast each day or up to 7 meals per week at one time and take it with them. If someone else will be picking up meals for a child, guardians must sign and return this document.

The library is participating in the Summer Food Service Program through sponsorship with the Children's Hunger Alliance, the Ohio Department of Education, and the USDA.

The meals are available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday from June 3 through August 16.

"This institution is an equal opportunity provider"

 
Modern Homesteading Print
Active ImageThe library has lined up an exciting series of adult programs for 2024 on Modern Homesteading.

The fifth of our six-program series is Beekeeping with Wayne Wilkin's Backyard Bees at 6 p.m., Tuesday, July 23.

Learn the basics of beekeeping, from what makes up a hive to collecting honey and everything in between. The series also features an upcoming programs on composting.

All programs are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Adult Services Coordinator Amanda Johnson at 937.783.3585.

 
Adult Take-and-Make Print
Active ImageYou don't get a lot of room, but you have the opportunity this month to paint your own miniature masterpiece.

Each Take-and-Make bag in July includes paint, paint brush, mini easel and mini canvas in which to create your own Miniature Painting.

All you need to come up with is an idea for your painting and you can create your own little artistic keepsake.

Visit the library and grab a free bag. These will be available through the month of July.

 
Brick Builders Print
Active ImageThe name has changed, but the chance to have fun and show off your creativity have not.

If you want to show off your Lego-building skills or if you just want to have fun building with your friends, the library is the place you want to be from 6-7 p.m. on the last Thursday of each month.

The Brick Builders meet next July 25 in the meeting room.

Youth ages 5 and up are invited, but we do ask parents to accompany children 7 and under. Legos will be provided, although donations are welcome to help our collection grow. Donations may be dropped off any time at the front desk.

For more information, contact Youth Services Coordinator Amber Chaney at 937.783.3585.

 
Trivia Tuesday Print
Active ImageIs your head filled with useless information? Do you enjoy a good challenge? Do you like to have fun? Could you use a $25 gift card?

If you answered all four of these questions correctly, then you should join us for Trivia Tuesday.

Gather a team of two to six friends or family members and join us from 6-7 p.m., Tuesday, July 30, for Olympic trivia.

No registration is required. Just show up ready to think — and maybe walk away with the $25 gift card that goes to the winning team.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the library at 937.783.3585.

 
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