Thirty-six people joined in as local historian, Gloria Parsisson, took us on a tour of both cemeteries. There was interesting discussion of local history, families and folklore. It was a good weather night and all enjoyed cookies and a warm drink after. Thanks to all that attended, especially Sandy McCann for providing the battery operated candles and Gary Moore for the additional historical and local information.
We are currently accepting applications and resumes for the position of Library Clerk. Position requires evenings and weekends and is approximately 10-20 hours per week. Applicant must be 18 or over, have a flexible schedule, and be dependable with excellent customer service skills. For complete posting and job description please stop in at the library. To be considered for position, drop off resume or stop in to fill out application or you may also e-mail resume to email@example.com.
We had so much fun designing and setting up the "Mini-Golf in the Stacks" on Saturday, September 21st. Each staff member designed a hole and the themes included everything from Star Wars to The Very Hungry Caterpillar. We were pleased to have 53 golfers come and a fun time was had by all. Thanks to the staff and all our patrons that participated!
We have tons of books that will help you get a great start on your AR goal for this school year! We are always ready to help you find a book that appeals to you and fits your reading level, too. If you are looking for a specific book, give us a call or look it up by clicking on the "Catalog" icon. Make this a great school year by getting an early start on your AR goal!
We are looking to reach out to homeschool families so that we are better able to serve them. Do you have any suggestions or ideas for programming that you would like us to offer? Can you suggest any books or other materials that you would like to see in our collection? If so, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org!
The popular children's program, "Into the Woods," is full of nature and fun! There is only one remaining date for the season and that's June 15 at 1:00 pm. Children and entire families are invited to join OSU Certified Volunteer naturalist, Jean Tahyi, to have fun while learning about all things nature. Join us in our meeting room to join in the fun! No registration is needed and you are invited to call with questions.
Thank you to all that joined us in the village meeting room on Sunday, February 17th for a historical discussion of businesses in Centerburg. Gloria Parsisson brought about 120 photos to show how the businesses have changed over the years. Several others brought photos, memorabilia and stories to share. It was a wonderful time and everyone came away knowing a bit more about our history here in Centerburg!
The State Library of Ohio is announcing the launch of the Day By Day Ohio Family Literacy Calendar website. It's a free tool that offers resources to help young children prepare for, and do better in, school. There are fun and positive learning experiences that support school success and lifelong learning. Please click on the link for further information http://DayByDayOH.org
Thanks to an agreement between the Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) and LinkedIn, we are now offering free access to Lynda.com to our cardholders. Click on "Read More" to get started.
Our current session of Storytime and Lapsit is underway! Storytime is for children ages 3-5 (kindergarteners are welcome regardless of age) and Lapsit is for ages 0-36 months. We always read several books, sing and complete a simple craft. No registration is required. Please call with questions.