(October 15, 2014) Join us Tuesday, October 21, at 7:00 for an informative, illustrated program on the role of Stark County during World War I. Mandy Altimus Pond, Archivist at the Massillon Museum, will discuss life on the homefront, the role of women in the war, and the effect of the war on our county. This program is the first in a series of occasional programs presented by the library to commemorate the centennial of World War I. The program will be of interest to all ages and is free to the public.
(October 7, 2014) Join us Tuesday, October 14, at 7:00 pm in the library's meeting room as area author Harold George presents an informative illustrated talk on Civil War monuments in our state. Who built the monuments and how, and what units or battles do they commemorate? See the monuments in a "then" and "now" format with slides of historic postcards and contemporary photographs. This program is of interest to all ages and free to the public.
(September 29, 2014) The fall book sale is in full swing with books for all ages and interests for sale at just 25 cents each. Stock up now for your winter reading. New items are added every day, so make sure to stop by by several times this week. Proceeds support library programs and the purchase of new materials for you to check out and enjoy.
( September 24, 2014) Join us for an introduction to the art of creating articles of whimsy and beauty from used books on Saturday afternoon, October 4 from 2:00-3:30. This make and take Book Art program is open to adults, teens and school age children. An adult will need to assist children 10 and under. Space is limited. Call 330-868-4101 to sign up for an afternoon of learn-how-to fun! Inspired by the program, you may want to purchase some very affordable "materials" for creating more art at home. On October 4 you will pay only $1.00 for a whole bag of books at our Fall Used Book Sale.