This inter-library event includes spelling competitions for both the young and old. Sixth through twelfth grade participate in a youth bee, while adults compete in their own bee, with more challenging words. Stow patrons must pre-register online or by phone to participate.
Join us at 7:00 pm on July 16th, at the Kent Free Library for this favorite annual event!
Showcase your photography skills during our upcoming Amateur Photography Contest at the library. Photos may be submitted to the Adult and Teen Information Desk anytime on Tues., August 6 and Wed., August 7 [9 a.m. - 9 p.m.].
Attention all cyclists and families! Don’t miss Dan Zaidman’s presentation, Everything Biking. Dan is the owner of Care-Free Bicycles and has over 15 years experience in the bicycle industry. He is excited to share his knowledge about local bike trails, trail etiquette, and bike safety. He will discuss how to choose the right bicycle and equipment and how to make basic repairs and maintain a well functioning bicycle. This will be an informal presentation so all questions are welcome.
Are you an educator or a school librarian?
Join us for a free concert and celebrate Pride in Library Week!
This concert will be held on the lawn (weather permitting—otherwise inside the library). No registration is necessary.
Delicious Handel’s Ice Cream Pops will be available beginning at 2 PM, compliments of the Friends of the Library.
Join us for light refreshments as we unveil the winners of this year's Amateur Photography Contest! Winners will receive their prizes, and the judges will be on hand to answer questions. All photo entries will be on display in the library through August. 16.
Play our annual April Fool's Day game, and you could win a $75 giftcard! Fun for the whole family! Come to the library any time today and search for unusual or out-of-place items in the library. The team who finds the most "silly stuff" wins! Teams of any age may play, up to 4 on a team. No registration necessary. Entry forms will be available in the front lobby of the library on the day of the event.
The 10th Annual Day of Reading is here! Can we reach 100,000 readers of all ages in Summit County reading on the same day? We can with your help! Sign up to participate by following this link to submit your online pledge form, or print out a paper form and return it to the library. (Adobe Acrobat reader required.
CONTEST RULES: (Click on attachment below for ENTRY FORM)
For teens in grades 6-12, AND adults over 18
Maximum of two photos total per person may be submitted. They can be in the same category or in different categories.
4 Categories, in Teen and in Adult. Photos may be in color or in black and white.