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Use to update the address in your voter registration, look up your registration, and much more. You must be registered at your current address 30 days before an election in order to vote (that's October 9 for the November presidential election). 

Parade Photos

Take a look at the parade photos on our Flickr page or our Facebook page.

On Display: Books from our Original 1912 Collection

Come see our display of books from Taylor Library's Original 1912 Collection in the cases upstairs and downstairs.  Several lovely picture plates are featured, and they give a glimpse at what interested people 100 years ago.  Our community particularly seemed to like history and books about other lands.  Highlighted are books by Edward R. Sill, a nationally-known poet from Cuyahoga Falls who lived in the mid 19th century and who also helped start our local schools and library.  read more »

Photos from Book Fair & "Life in 1912"

   We had quite a turnout for our local authors book fair and our "Life in 1912" program. Take a look at the photos on our Flickr page or our Facebook page.


Freeze Your Reserves

If you're going out of town, or for some other reason you don't want some or all of your reserves becoming available for a certain time, you can freeze your reserves. Just log into "My Account" on the web site.

Vacation Loans

Do you need a little extra time to return your materials because you're going out of town? Just let us know.

Public Libraries Frustrated by E-books’ Cost, Unavailability

Two of the big six publishers won't sell e-books to libraries, and another won't sell newly-released titles. Prices that libraries pay for e-books, are high: $84.99 for Dean Koontz’s new novel 77 Shadow Street, which is $13.99 on Amazon. Read more in  the Columbus Dispatch.

Kid-friendly All-in-One Video Players: Playaway Views

The children's room has a new collection of the PlayAway View - palm-sized, kid friendly all-in-one video players. The View serves as a literacy tool to aid in comprehension & retention with highly-acclaimed content from studios like Nat'l Geographic, Little Pim & TumbleBooks. Stop in & check out this library exclusive product. For more information see our Playaway Views page.

RIP Ray Bradbury

"You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them." --  Ray Bradbury, 1920-2012



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Zinio: Digital Magazines

Read full digital copies of your favorite magazines on your computer, tablet or mobile device. Just sign up for the magazines you want using a web browser, then read them on the web or with the free Zinio app.


Featured Events

Wednesday, May 7
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