Join us Saturday, April 25 from 10-noon for our first Plant Swap. During the plant swap we will have programming for children of all ages.
The Clinton County Master Gardeners will be hosting a Kids Planting Booth in conjunction with the Great Sunflower Project.Children may visit the Master Gardener’s planting booth anytime during the plant swap, no registration required.
No Child Left Indoors (NCLI) will also be at the library to present a program on backyard pollinators. Children at this program will have the opportunity to make a hummingbird feeder. Registration is required for this program. You may sign-up for the backyard pollinators program by calling 937-382-2417 x.26 or by clicking here. Space is limited to 15 children per session for the NCLI program.
In honor of National Poetry Month, we will once again be holding a community poetry reading on Tuesday, April 21 @ 7 pm. You’re invited to read your favorite poem, one of your own, or just be a part of the audience.
If you are interested in reading, please register for this event by calling 937-382-2417 x. 26 or in person at the Reference Desk at the Main Library. No registration required for those who wish to only be audience members.
Help us celebrate National Library Week by taking part in one of our programs or special acitivties!
Wednesday, April 15 from 3:15-4:30 — Teen Writers Group at the Main Library.
Thursday, April 16 at 6 pm — Clinton County Reads Dinner at the General Denver Hotel. $18 per person, reservations are required by calling (937)383-4141.
- Check out a book this week and receive a special prize
- Free Library Card Replacement for lost cards ($2 fee waived)
- Make-it Take-it crafts for children and teens
- Special activities each day at the Clinton-Massie branch
Join other genealogy enthusiasts Monday, April 20 from 10-noon to learn how to navigate Ancestry Library Edition. Laptops will be provided for use and registration is required by calling 937-382-2417 x. 26
This database is available for in-library use only and is the institutional version of Ancestry.com
Help us celebrate National Library Week by taking part in one of our many programs. This year’s theme is, “unlimited possibilities @ your library”.
To kick off the week we will host an Open House Monday, April 13 at 2 pm. Mayor Randy Riley will issue a proclamation and staff and board members will be on hand for tours and to answer any questions. Refreshments will be served.