If you're used to finding lists of on-order and new titles by using Featured Lists in our classic catalog, you might not have seen our new lists, which you can find in the "books & more" section of our web site. Here's a comparison of the two.
(Don't worry, you can still go to the Featured Lists.)
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School's out, which means it's time for the Teen Summer Reading Program! This year, teens complete bingo cards to earn Book Bucks, which are then redeemed for prizes during the Mad Scientist Auction on August 1. Each and every bingo card turned in also counts as an entry into the grand prize drawing. This summer will have programs, prizes, and more for teens. To register, visit Adult Services in person, or register online, right here. It's easy!! Promise :)&n read more »
Tuesday, June 17, 7 p.m.
This illustrated presentation outlines the history of major sports in Cleveland, touching upon some of the area’s most noted sports heroes while also examining the manner in which games became a central part of the region’s economy. With Dr. John Grabowski, Senior VP of Research and Krieger Mueller Historian at Western Reserve Historical Society.
It's never too early to start reading to your child. With this early literacy program, we're encouraging you to commit to reading 1,000 books to your child before they go to kindergarten. Children who listen to 500 books will earn a book to keep and those who reach 1,000 will receive a commemorative "1000BBK" tee shirt.
Stop by the Children's Room for details and to sign up. This is an ongoing program so you can sign up anytime.
Just a reminder that Anime club is still going strong at Cuyahoga Falls library. We meet two times a month, on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 - 8:30. In May, we will have Anime club on May 14 and May 28.
During Anime Club on May 14, we will work on designing a banner to carry in the community parade.
And to celebrate the end of the school year, we will be having a Cosplay party on May 28, and wishing farewell to several graduating members. We will miss you!! read more »
The April TAB meeting was a success, but we are still looking to add more members. For the May meeting, we are going to start working on the Teen Summer Reading Program. Ms. Jen needs your help!
May's TAB meeting is Thursday, May 8, from 4:00 - 5:00.
Members of the Teen Advisory Board, or TAB, will help plan programs for other teens, select books, movies and music for the teen collection, and work towards making this library a fun and safe place for other teens to come and enjoy. read more »
Are you a fanboy, otaku, a Whovian, or video game obsessed? Do you play RPG’s, Pokemon, YuGiOh, or Magic the Gathering?
It doesn’t matter why you Geek Out, you are invited to come and Geek Out at the library on Wednesday, April 30 from 7:00 - 8:30. There will be snacks.
Bring your favorite game, or geek item to share. It can be a DS, a card game, or special artifact. Ms. Jen will be bringing her 3dsXL, and the game Munchkin, and much more.
Anyone in grades 6 - 12 is welcome to attend.
FALL SESSION: September 15 - November 13
Registration is required for Rock-a-Bye Tales and Read to Me, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register either in-person or by phone beginning Saturday, September 6 or online (NEW!) beginning Monday, September 8.
ROCK-A-BYE TALES: 6 to 23 months. Monday, Tuesday or Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
READ TO ME FOR 2 - 3's: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at 10:15. Enjoy this special story time for 2 - 3's accompanied by a caregiver. read more »
Workforce Skills for 21st Century Success provides tools for improving basic workplace and job search skills, in addition to preparing job seekers for advanced occupational training. You can: Master core business skills (reading, writing, math, and public speaking); improve your computer skills; use job search and resume tools; prepare for certification tests; and prepare for the high school equivalency exam. read more »