Your Library at home by the numbers

  • May 21, 2020 |
  • 1 MIN READ|
  • General
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In anticipation of the first step to reopening in-person Library services, we’re taking a look back at all the ways our community has stayed connected with the Library when we couldn’t be together in person.

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'Warlock Vorobok Reads' is a new podcast aiming to capture that thrilling atmosphere of campfire stories for the digital age. Read on to learn more and listen to the first episode.

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Since launching our livestream events on social media you’ve joined us for more than 25 programs, collectively viewed upwards of 59,000 times! These are some of the ones you've enjoyed the most.

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El día de los niños is on April 30. We've gathered lots of eBooks and audiobooks to help you celebrate, along with a special bilingual storytime!

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If you’ve recently taken a stroll around your neighborhood and noticed an unusual amount of teddy bears hanging out in people’s windows it’s because Library customers across the country are going on a bear hunt—and you can too!

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Each week, our librarians are adding new Storytime at Home videos to our YouTube channel. Read on to learn more.

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We teamed up with the Cincinnati Museum Center to bring families Read Across America Day. Learn more about this day of storytimes, arts and crafts, and celebration of the magical, time-traveling, imaginative power of reading.

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Reference Librarian Adam Vorobok's spine-tingling adult storytimes in Washington Park bring chills, thrills, and a sense of community.

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For over a decade kids across the county have practiced their reading skills at the Library with a few unconventional (and furry) tutors at our Tales to Tails events.

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Local influencer, fashion blogger, and small business owner Rebecca Shakespeare Armstrong on her lifelong love of the Library and its many resources.

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