In this episode of our “Inside the Writer’s Head” podcast, Dani McClain speaks with comedian Luna Malbroux. They discuss one of Malbroux's recent performances that speaks to sexuality, power, desire, and this moment of national uprisings and police violence against Black bodies, and so much more.
Sometimes kids ask questions that are hard to answer. And it's best to answer their questions with words they understand. That’s why our library staff teamed up to put together a new Storytime at Home series, Important Conversations.
Our regular summer sale had to be postponed due to COVID-19. We’re holding a one-day sale at Burger Farm and Garden Center in Newtown to satisfy our customers and to continue our promise of Library support. It takes place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8. We hope to see you there!
If you’re looking for ways to do good in your community during this difficult time, one easy thing to do is to give blood during the Library’s Summer Blood Drive Tour with Hoxworth Blood Center.
Having to temporarily close our doors to the public due to the pandemic gave us the opportunity to advance certain facilities projects when there would be the least disruption to serving customers on-site. Here’s what we’ve been up to recently.
To honor people with disabilities both visible and not visible, we gathered 20 Library resources perfect for celebrating Disability Pride this month.
The Library is restarting limited in-person services. Drive-thru and curbside will continue to be offered at most locations.
You can expect to see our new and improved look later this summer. Read on to learn what new features we'll have in store! (Hint: there are lots!)
Learn more about our partners at the Ohio Lesbian Archive, the only collection of its kind in the Tristate region, and one of only a handful of lesbian and queer archives in the country.
You can now meet with librarians remotely for up to 30 minutes to receive instructions on how to use one of our databases, get help with a research question, or get help if you reached a roadblock in your family tree.
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