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You Can Enjoy Some Pizza and Help the Library

Every Tuesday, you can present this coupon (PDF) at Little Ceasers on State Road and they will donate 15% of your food total to the Cuyahoga Falls Library Supporters for their campaign to pass the library levy.

Enjoy Great Food and Help the Library

Present a coupon with your order at 16 Kids Deli and they will donate 10% to the Cuyahoga Falls Library Supporters. Coupons are available in the library.

Issue 16 - Library on the Ballot May 3

Faced with decreasing state support for libraries, you, the voters, passed a 1.3 mill levy in 2006 to keep our library functioning. That 5-year levy is ending and state support continues to decrease. Issue #16 replaces the 2006 levy, costing $1.12 per week on a $100,000 house - little more than 25¢ more per week than the 2006 levy. For more information see the levy facts page and the Falls Library Supporters' web site.

Staff Speakers

Staff members are available to present book talks and other library-oriented programs. For more information, please contact the community activities coordinator by calling (330) 928-2117.

Renovation

The renovation of the upper level is now finished. You can see an interactive map of the plans or read more about the project.

A.A.R.P. Tax Counseling

Having trouble figuring out your tax return? Let the AARP/TCE Tax Counselors assist you. Counselors are available every Tuesday and Thursday, February 3 through April 14, noon to 3:00 p.m. by appointment only. Reservations can be made at the Reference desk or by calling 330-928-2117.

Spring Storytimes

Registration is now open for our spring storytimes, which begin March 22. See our storytimes page for more information.

Anti-aging and Cancer Prevention

On March 15 at 7:00, join Dr. Kelly Gallagher of Advanced Chiropractic and Wellness Center to learn what you can do to hold back the hands of time and prevent cancer. Registration is requested.

A Record-Breaking Year

In 2010, people checked out 985,035 items from the library. That's more than ever before, and over twice as many as in 2000. Thanks for making it a record-breaking year.

Homebound Services

Disabled or aged persons who are unable to come to the library and have no one to bring them library materials may request monthly home delivery by volunteers. To learn more please call (330) 928-2117.

 

 

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