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Have you recently lost your job? Or do you feel uncertain about your current one? If so, the State Library of Ohio’s website may help you cope with job loss and help you find a new one. Click on the logo below for more information.

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This page was designed and created by: Dan Baker

Announcing Ohio Here to Help
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is pleased to announce a new website designed to be a one-stop source of information for Ohio’s unemployed workers and their families.

Visit Ohio Here to Help
or www.ohioheretohelp.com.

    










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Address:  111 E. Lake Ave.         Phone:  937-845-3601

Sunday-Monday:  Closed      Tuesday: 10:00am-8:00 pm

Wednesday: 10:00am-6:00 pm    Thursday: NOON-8:00 pm

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Be a Library Hero….Volunteer!
You, too can join our elite corps of dedicated adult volunteers.  You can make a big difference in the quality of library service in our community by sharing your time and talent.

If you have an hour a week (or more) for your hometown library, please contact Ted Allison, Library Director, at 845-3601, ext. 204, or Beverly Sparks, Circulation Manager, at 845-3601, ext. 203.


Storytime
Shake, Rattle & Roll

Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.

Share books, rhymes, felt board, shaky eggs, instruments, scarves, and a simple art activity with your child, all in a cozy lapsit format.  For children ages 1-3, accompanied by an actively participating adult. 

Music & Movement Storytime
Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m.
Enjoy stories, songs, movement & dancing, scarves, felt boards, fingerplays, musical instruments, a simple art activity, and, sometimes, parachute play! 
Planned for ages 3-6, but all are welcome.




“November always seemed to me the Norway of the year.”
—Emily Dickinson

“The fires burn
And the kettles sing,
And earth sinks to rest
Until next spring.”
—Elizabeth Coatsworth