Potholes Popping Up Like Weeds: Updates on the Landscaping Project

Last month, we talked about our landscaping project on the blog. (If you missed it, check it out here.) Today, we’re updating you with the latest information about this project, plus a look at our current pothole collection in the parking lot.

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Learn More About Our Outdoor Renovation Project at Tomorrow’s Library Board Meeting

Big and exciting developments are on their way to the library! A few weeks ago, we began sharing some of our plans for our landscaping project, a state-funded outdoor renovation project that will drastically increase safety and improve our outdoor community spaces.

Tomorrow’s Board meeting will largely focus on sharing and discussing these plans, including approving its budget. We welcome everyone from the public to attend it! It will be Wednesday, March 15, 2023 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm in our library’s meeting room.

We know it’s a big project, so you probably have some questions about our outdoor renovation, and we’d love to answer them. Keep reading to learn more about the Board meeting and our landscaping project plans.

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One-on-One Tech Learning Sessions are Back!

Beginning in March, our Adult Services will be offering tech learning sessions again!

What are tech one-on-ones? How do you make an appointment? We’ll cover all that you need to know in this blog post.

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Tax Resources at Your Library

Welcome to tax season! Here’s how the library can help you with a variety of tax resources.

[Update 1/25/23: Ohio instruction booklets are now circulating and available to check out or place on hold.]

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Heritage Hub and America’s News: New Research Tools at Your Library

In the past, we’ve discussed how to access the Record-Courier online at the library through Newsbank. Now, we have two new research tools to share with you: Heritage Hub and America’s News. Keep reading to learn more about these free resources.

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The Giving Tree Keeps Giving

Winter is swiftly approaching, and we want to ensure members of our community have the means to stay warm and healthy this season. If you’re interested in helping those in need, come donate to our Giving Tree!

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What’s the Haps with HEAP

As temperatures begin to dip, you should know about an important resource for keeping warm this winter. Ohio offers the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) for people in need of assistance paying their energy bills.

Learn more about HEAP in this blog post.

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Get Carried Away with our Fall Reading Challenge

Even though our summer reading challenge recently ended, reading is fun all-year-round. Join us starting September 4th for our Get Carried Away with Reading fall challenge!

By joining this challenge, you will officially become a Library Explorer. Do not take this responsibility lightly. Library Explorers are the coolest people you will ever meet! (Trust me, we are also Library Explorers, so we would know.) As fellow Library Explorers, we would like to invite you to embark on an adventure with us. Keep reading to learn the details…

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