NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK
Special programs at Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library in celebration of
National Library Week, April 11 - 17, 2010
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.
The Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library will help create a community where ideas, culture, and knowledge thrive by providing materials, equipment and services to all people.
|Band Hero Tournament 2010||5||Teens played the videogame Band Hero, where you get to play together as a band.|
|4th of July Parade 2010||44||Staff and volunteers from the library marched in the annual Stow Fourth of July parade, driving our library Outreach Vehicle and handing out candy to paradegoers Most of these pictures are of the crowd as seen from our vantage point walking in the parade, plus some photos of units we saw while lining up.|
|2010 Pride Day Pet Show||90||Children brought their pets to the library for our annual Pride Day Pet Show.|
|Family Treasure Hunt 2010||32||As part of Pride in Library Day in Stow, we held a treasure hunt for young patrons. They had fun searching the library for clues to the treasure, and also entering to win a $50 prize!|
|Pride Day Juggler & Playaways 2010||7||Juggler-comedian Matt Jergens presented a very funny show to kids, and our Playaway representative demonstrated this fun audioformat to visitors, giving away freebies and raffling off some Playaway audiobooks.|
|Pride Day Jazz Concert 2010||19||Our annual outdoor Dixieland Jazz concert.|
|Spike's 25th Birthday Party||9||Spike the Turtle celebrates his 25th birthday with the children of Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library|
|Teddy Bear Night Out||43||Children brought their teddy bear to the library for an evening of bedtime stories, songs and snacks. The teddy bears stayed at the library for a sleepover and were picked up the next day.|
To reserve a meeting room, please visit the library and ask for the Finance Department. You may also call 330 688-3295 and ask for the Finance Department and an application will be mailed to you.
Akron, Ohio artist, Barbara Krans Jenkins graduated from Kent State University, 1965 (B.A. Science in Education, Art, K-12). After teaching two years and while raising a family of 4 children, she free-lanced from her home doing calendars, logos, magazine illustrations, pet and home portrait commissions and art shows.
We setup three new wireless access points at the library for you.
Bring your laptops and wireless devices.
We have increased bandwidth and can handle many connections.
Connect to the wireless address (SSID)
What to do with it?
Check your e-mail, surf the web, play games, do homework, and use the library services, of course.