You are invited to share your needle artistry and creativity in our Spring Needlework Show, to be held at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, March 18th through March 22nd, 2015. Entry fees are $5 per item. There is no fee for junior entries (ages 5-16). As in years past, we will award ribbons for "Best of Show," "Judges' Choice," and "Popular Choice," in addition to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons for individual projects. Best of Show winners in three categories will receive a cash prize of $25.
All types of needlework will be accepted. Categories include embroidery, quilting, and fiber arts.
Our yearbooks (located in the Local History area of the library) are being digitized! This means they will be unavailable for about six weeks. They will be returned along with a DVD of the yearbook images. Thank you in advance for your understanding!
Welcome Apple OSX fans! Get ready for action with our newest high-speed computer from Apple. Log in using your library card, and you will be working on one of the fastest, most-capable computers in the library. Browse the internet using Apple's Safari, or try the iWork package. The iMac is located at the far end of the downstairs computer area. It runs OSX 10.9.5, aka Mavericks.
hoopla has Audiobooks available for immediate streaming (PC or mobile device) or downloading for offline listening (mobile device). It's available anytime, all the time. No waiting on a list for the title to become available. An Audiobook it will be available for 21 days after borrowing.
Visit hoopla support for more details.
Reduce your library fines with food! Not only will you be paying off your fines but you will be helping those in need.
Fine Free Fridays for Food works like this: each donated food item will have $1 waived from the fine. You may have up to $10 waived annually.
Print on the go! Printing has just become easier. You can now print your important documents to the library print station from your home, laptop, or mobile device!
Did you know...?
Think back to all of your experiences with libraries over the course of your life. How have libraries affected you? Did libraries help shape who you are? Do you have any experiences at your local library that were special, meaningful, or life-changing? Do you have special memories of your library or library programs, while growing up?