Our library will be closed and our online catalog and website will be down on Friday, November 27, due to electrical work in the building. You will not be able to access your account online until the repairs are completed. Please accept our apologies for any inconveniences. There will be no library fines applied for days that we are closed. Due dates and renewal requirements will be extended appropriately.
The Library will be closed on the following dates:
Wednesday, November 25th we will close early at 5:00PM
Thursday, November 26th for Thanksgiving
Friday, November 27th for Electrical Repairs
No fines will be assessed while we are closed. Thank you for your patience. Check our event calendar for more information!
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.
Did you know that new movies are just a few clicks away with your library card?
Hoopla and the Ohio Digital Library both offer streaming content, playable through a desktop media player (Windows Media Player for example) or mobile app. Just sign in with your library card to access movies, TV and music!
The majority of our patrons come from the cities of Stow and Munroe Falls, but we also see visitors from Akron and Cuyahoga Falls, Kent, Hudson, Tallmadge, and even Canton. We welcome all patrons! No matter where you live in Ohio, we invite you to join our library.
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, 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.