Movie Monday

Monday, November 16 from 5:30pm until 7:30pm

Haven't seen the first part yet?  Join us at the library for Part 1 before you watch Part 2!

No registration required and all ages welcome.

Hunger Games Party

This Saturday, November 14 from 2:00pm-3:30pm

for grades 6th-12th

Help us rally against the capital!  Enjoy Hunger Games themed games, crafts, and food in preparation for the Mockingjay part 2 movie.

Register at the youth desk or by calling (330) 868-4101

Teen Gaming

Are you a teen gamer?  Do you sometimes wish it were Friday when it's only Thursday?  Never fear!  Those in grades 6th-12th are welcome to try our PlayStation 4 every Thursday from 2:30pm-3:20pm at the library.

Pre-School Costume Night--Monday, 6:30 pm

The library's Youth Department is hosting two opportunities for preschool children to wear their costumes and spook the library. Monday, October 26 at 6:30 pm is Costume Night for children 5 and under with a parent or caregiver. Karla Dennis provides stories, music, and a costume parade. Costume Day is our annual dress up event during both Book Beginnings and Story Time on Wednesday, October 28 beginning at 10:30 am. Registration is recommended for the Costume Night as we have a limited supply of preschool instruments. Call 330-868-4101 or stop by the Youth Services desk today. 


Native Americans of Northeast Ohio--Monday, 7:00 pm

Ohio is full of important Native American historic sites from mound complexes, to major trails, to battlefields and rendezvous sites.  Join us Monday, October 19, at 7:00 in the library’s Community Meeting Room for an informative talk on Native Americans in Northeast Ohio.  Meghan Reed from the Massillon Museum will discuss the history of Native Americans in Northeast Ohio and the cultural legacy they left behind.  A Registrar at the Museum, she will discuss the objects the Museum holds in its Native American collection and how those artifacts are preserved.  This program is of interest to all ages, is free, and no registration is required. 


Civil War Ghosts--Monday, 7:00 pm

(September 29,2015)  The Civil War was fought on hundreds of battlefields between the 1861 and 1865.  This conflict resulted in the deaths of more than 700,000 Americans.  During the war, as well as after, paranormal occurrences were recorded by soldiers and civilians alike. Join us in the Community Meeting Room on Monday, October 5, at 7:00 pm as area historian Harold George tells “Ghost Stories of the American Civil War.”  A Civil War re-enactor and author, with over 25 years of experience presenting programs on the War, Mr. George will share contemporary ghostly tales as well as some of his own first-hand paranormal experiences while visiting Civil War battlefields.  Additional insight is provided into 19th century burial practices.   This program will fascinate and astound all ages: it’s free and no registration is required.