PerfectMatch Form

PerfectMatch Form

Perfect Match Form

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Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is now Fine Free

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We believe in providing access to knowledge for all. 

Eliminating fines for overdue materials means more people in our community have greater access to our library’s vital materials, resources, and services. Late fines, no matter how small, are a very real and significant burden for some individuals. These kinds of financial barriers can discourage many people who rely on the library, which means they can’t access books required for schoolwork, use public computers or job resources, or simply have a safe, open, welcoming space to visit.

The Library is a Golden Buckeye Card Sign-Up Site


The Ohio Department of Aging's Golden Buckeye program connects Ohio businesses with older adults and people with disabilities. The businesses offer cardholders special savings, such as discounts, waived fees, free products or services, and more.

Age 60 and older

If you have a current Ohio Driver's License or State ID card, you should automatically receive your Golden Buckeye Card from the Ohio Department of Aging. Look for it during the month before your 60th birthday.

New Calendar

The events calendar has moved. Find it here.

Study Areas

Study Areas

Connect Zones

Connect Zone worktables are located at the front of the library and also in the Quiet Zone behind the Information Desk. Each space offers a power outlet and seating. Wi-Fi is available throughout the building and in the library's parking lot with no sign-in or password needed. Connect to the network Stow Munroe Falls Public Library.


Our Mission

The Mission of the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library is to provide excellence in library service to all who seek access to information and recreational, educational, and cultural materials of any format. It also aims to promote the well-being of the community through programs and cooperative efforts with other community agencies, public and private.

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