Join OSU Master Gardener, Jean Tahyi, on the third Friday of each month at 10:30 a.m. to learn great gardening skills. There will be a set topic each month and topics covered include: perennials, annuals, house plants, bulbs, vegetables, insects, disease and composting. Gardeners of any skill level are encouraged to attend. Bring any questions you may have! This program is made possible though the OSU Extension office. Please call for further details.
Currently, our "Book-A-Bike" program is on hiatus until the Spring. The bikes will be available again beginning on March 1st. We have partnered with the Knox County Health Department to help increase the activity levels of people in our community. After completing some required forms, you may use your library card to check out a bike and helmet. There are a limited number of bikes and one pull behind 2-child cart (called a Burley Bee). Please call the library for further details as bikes may be unavailable on certain days and in certain weather conditions.
We love the holidays at the library! All the Christmas books and movies are on our shelves, so be sure to stop in and look for your favorite. We all look forward to seeing the classics, like "It's a Wonderful Life." Storytime and Lapsit have wrapped up and will resume in January.
Fall Fest makes a triumphant return on September 24th from 2:00-4:00 PM. It will take place in the street along side of the library (Clayton). There will be food, music, activities and fun! This will also be an opportunity for you to learn about the library's newest program, Book-A-Bike. All ages are invited and this is a free program.
Join us for LEGO Club fun! This group meets the second Saturday of each month from 1:00 pm- 1:45 pm. There are a great group of kids that come regularly to this program and we always welcome more. There is no registration and all who are 5-12 years old may attend. Thank you to everyone for showing such interest in this program!
We are happy to announce that the Centerburg Public Library has once again been named a STAR library. To earn this designation libraries across the nation submit data that has been compiled from annual state reports in areas such as circulation, program attendance, internet usage and more. Out of the 251 libraries in Ohio; 28 of them were named a STAR library. Karen Pritchard, the director, would like to commend the staff who work toward customer satisfaction and to the patrons who support our programs, check out our materials and utilize our space.
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We are proud to be part of the Ohio eBook Project; the Ohio eBook Project (OEP) is a digital library consortium of almost 80 Ohio libraries that provides digital books, audiobooks, music, and video. It is compatible with many devices including: eReaders like, the Barnes and Noble NOOK, Sony Readers, Kobo and Amazon Kindle; and other devices such as Apple products, WMA players and more. Click on this link to get started.