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Class training from beginners to advance database design.

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Reliable research on many topics.

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Download FREE music to keep.

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Check out Movies, TV shows, Music & Audiobooks Instantly.

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Friendly Notary service.

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Check out eBooks, audiobooks & music.

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Passport service with friendly evening & weekend hours.

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eBooks and Comics are now live on hoopla!

We have also raised the the number of hoopla items you can check out from 7 to 10 per month.

2014 Stow Police Annual Report

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"The men and women of the Stow Police Department are dedicated to providing the best possible service to the community.  It is our goal to continue building our police department’s relationship with the public by expanding our services and connecting with the people we serve.  The members of the Stow Police Department look forward to the upcoming year, and we will strive to meet the challenges that lie before us."

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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.

Ten Times Faster!

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After a year of preparation, we are now one of the first libraries in Summit County with an internet connection speed of 100 megabits per second (Mbps). Our speed has just upgraded from 10 to 100 Mbps which means our library now has one of the fastest internet connections in the state of Ohio! This was a FREE upgrade from AT&T and OPLIN (Ohio Public Library Information Network) due to the high level of internet usage in our library.

Try our new Apple iMac workstation!

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Welcome Apple OSX fans! Get ready for action with our newest high-speed computer from Apple. Log in using your library card, and you will be working on one of the fastest, most-capable computers in the library. Browse the internet using Apple's Safari, or try the iWork package. The iMac is located at the far end of the downstairs computer area. It runs OSX 10.9.5, aka Mavericks.

Explore Audiobooks on hoopla - No Waiting

hoopla has Audiobooks available for immediate streaming (PC or mobile device) or downloading for offline listening (mobile device). It's available anytime, all the time. No waiting on a list for the title to become available. An Audiobook it will be available for 21 days after borrowing.

While you are at hoopla, browse their selections of Movies, TV Shows and Music.

Visit hoopla support for more details.

Staff Selections

Adult Audiobooks on Hoopla
Adult Audiobooks on Hoopla
Teen Audiobooks on Hoopla
Teen Audiobooks on Hoopla
Children Audiobooks on Hoopla
Children Audiobooks on Hoopla

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.

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