Library Announcements

Avoiding Charity Scams

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Can You Spot Charity Scams?

Following a tragic event, there is often an outpouring of support for victims, and there are those who will attempt to take advantage. Before you open your wallet, consider these tips:

Avoid pressure tactics

Be wary of emotional appeals, such as “urgent” or “critical” from unfamiliar organizations.

Watch out for similar names

Some phony charities use names that closely resemble those of respected, legitimate organizations.

Avoid paying cash

Summit County Advisory for Seniors: Watch out for Scams!

Learn more about how to prevent criminals from targeting senior citizens with phone, mail, e-mail and door-to-door scams, from Summit County:

Scams Targeting Seniors

Adult Program Proposal

  Thank you for your interest in presenting a program at the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library. We are always looking for programs that will be of interest and benefit to our patrons. Please scroll down to complete the entire form below. We will review your proposal and contact you shortly.

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Hard to Find Item? Try SearchOhio!

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SearchOhio provides access to a catalog of more than ten million items, searchable from our Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library catalog. Search our catalog for your selection, and if the item is not available, you will be referred to the SearchOhio catalog. In addition, you can search for research papers and journal articles in OhioLINK.

Stow Corners Historical Walking Tour

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Stow, Ohio was first settled in 1804.  Known as Stow Corners, the intersection of what are now Darrow (Rt. 91) and Kent  (Rt. 59) Roads, was the center of community life for many years. Stow Corners held a post office in the home of Titus Wetmore, a stagecoach stop, a tavern, a school, and several residences in the early 19th century.

Fine Free Fridays for Food

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   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.

Mobile Printing with PrinterOn

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  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!

Music on hoopla

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Did you know...?

  • hoopla has 70% of all new music albums on their release date
  • hoopla has over 150,000 albums and 2.4 million songs on the platform
  • you can listen to music on hoopla while performing other tasks on your device

New and Popular

New Fiction
New Non-Fiction
New Large Print Fiction
New Science Fiction