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New Items:
New Children's Book:
Revenge of the Star Survivors by Michael Merschel
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Middle school meets the Dark Side in this painfully funny survival story of social misfit Clark Sherman. (Read more...)

New Young Adult Non-fiction Book:
A Dog in the Cave : The Wolves Who Made Us Human by Kay Frydenborg
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We know dogs are our best animal friends, but have you ever thought about what that might mean? (Read more...)

New Movie:
Complete Unknown by Rachel Weisz, Michael Shannon, Kathy Bates
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A mysterious woman with a remarkable past revisits a former lover, complicating the settled life he has built for himself and his wife. (Read more...)

Available in DVD.
Teen Anime Club
Join us for anime, manga, cosplay, and Japanese culture. (Read More.) Tue, Jun 13th, 6:30-8pm, Tue, Jul 11th, 6:30-8pm, and Tue, Aug 8th, 6:30-8pm.
Preschool Time
Stories, crafts, games, and fun. (Read More.)
The Ohio Bird Sanctuary will present a program featuring three of their raptors. (Read More.) Wed, Jun 14th at 3pm.
Sing and Sign Babytime
For ages 0-2 years with a parent or caregiver. (Read More.)
Games Club (Grades 6-12)
Join us for chess, other board games, and card games. (Read More.) Thu, Jun 15th, 6:30-8pm and Thu, Aug 17th, 6:30-8pm.
Family Movie Friday
Join us for these afternoon movie showings on our big screen. Fri, Jun 16th at 3pm, Fri, Jun 30th at 3pm, Fri, Jul 14th at 3pm, and Fri, Jul 28th at 3pm.
Ohio Nature Education will present Bats, "Shadows of Night." (Read More.) Wed, Jun 21st at 6pm.
Teen Star Wars Marathon
Come watch four movies on our big screen. (Read More.) Thu, Jun 22nd.
Blanket Tying Service Project
Individuals of all ages are invited to drop in to the Children's Room every Saturday this June and July to tie fleece blankets. (Read More.)
Make-It Take-It Crafts for Kids
Drop in to the children's room anytime the library is open, and make crafts. (Read More.)
Lego Club for Kids
Kids ages 5-12 are invited to join us and build on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 4:30-5:30pm. (Read More.)
Build A Better World: Adult Summer Reading
Summer Reading will kick off June 1st and run through July 29th. (Read More.)
Daniel Boone
Join us as Living History Productions lecturer, author, and historian Ken Hammontree brings the legendary frontiersman to life. (Read More.) Mon, Jun 26th at 6pm.
Science Geeks
We'll have a different science, technology, engineering, or math theme each month. (Read More.)
Storytelling for Kids
Lindsay Bonilla will present a storytelling program entitled "Peace Builders." (Read More.) Wed, Jun 28th at 2pm.
Heroes and Villains Fest for Teens
Dress up as your favorite hero or villain and join us for games, fun, and a costume contest. (Read More.) Thu, Jun 29th at 6pm.
Jeff Nicholas will present a cartooning program entitled, "Build Me Up." (Read More.) Wed, Jul 5th at 2pm.
Astronomy 101
Interested in the upcoming solar eclipse, or the night sky in general? (Read More.) Thu, Jul 6th at 6pm.
Whizz Bang Science for Kids
Dr. Dave will present "Whizz Bang Science," a program about rockets, planes, space shuttles, and other things that fly. (Read More.) Wed, Jul 12th at 2pm.
Card Crafting with Kendra
Kendra will provide all supplies and help participants make two cards. (Read More.) Thu, Jul 13th at 6pm.
Recycled Art for Teens
Come make art using materials that might otherwise end up in your recycling bin. (Read More.) Mon, Jul 17th, 3-5pm.
Teen Bingo for Books
Our July game night will be pre-empted in favor of bingo. (Read More.) Thu, Jul 20th at 6:30pm.
Travel Tips
Travel blogger Tonya Prater will present her travels and share her tips for budget-friendly travel in Ohio and beyond. (Read More.) Thu, Jul 27th at 6pm.
Stuffed Animal Sleepover
You and your stuffed animal friend are invited to the library for pajama party fun. Afterward, your stuffed friend can stay and spend the night. (Read More.)