The last spring bookmobile outing will be Wednesday, May 18. Our goal to launch back onto the road April 6 on National Bookmobile Day (now called National Outreach Day) was hampered with a mechanical malfunction. We kicked off our first day of visits at a location near you in two of our service areas of […]
Our Ladies Night Out Movie of the Month program is back Monday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. RSVP is required for the time being. We are returning with a limited number of participants on a rotating basis if necessary to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy this program. In place of a potluck for now, […]
For families with children ages 8 and younger Be sure to join us with Miss Mindi Monday mornings for a fun craft and cute stories June 6, 13,and 27th. No preregistration is required. We are excited to see you on Monday mornings!
The Mt. Sterling Public Library board of Trustees will meet Thursday, June 9 at 6:15 p.m. immediately following the Mt. Sterling Community Museum board meeting. Meetings are open to the public on the lower level in the library’s community room. If you would like to address the library board with anything specific, please contact the […]
Meet Tuesday, June 14 at 6:30 in the library. Always open to new members, the group meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. on the library’s main level. Anyone with a positive attitude towards the progress of the library and maintaining the historical value of the cornerstone of our community is […]
If you are in the library, you can now purchase a bar of the amazing “Library” scented soap made by Honeyrun Farm from the Friends of the Library’s sales case. This soap was created by the Honeyrun Farm specifically as a way to create a fundraiser for the Mt. Sterling Friends of the Library. With […]
The paper recycling bin on at the entrance to our gravel parking lot has been emptied and is ready for your PAPER and BROKEN-DOWN cardboard items once again. PLEASE DO NOT PLACE REGULAR TRASH OR FOOD CONTAINERS in this bin! If in doubt, check the list written on the side of the bin for guidance. […]
The library now has a YouTube STORYTIME page. This is not to be confused with the new official YouTube page for the library that is coming to you soon when the library revamps the website in the coming months. With the Storytime YouTube page you will find virtual Children’s stories posted here, as well as […]
Our sales display case for the “FOL Store” is located next to the long reading table and between the audiobook section and the adult non-fiction section, across from the patron computer station. It is easily accessed All items are new. All sales are generated by the Friends of the Library and go towards programming and […]
Tri-C Ghosthunters brought a sizable crowd of curious participants and observers to this unique event at our library. With 18 in the audience of all ages, the group was very open to hear what stories may be told about the library, other libraries, or in our area.
The aptly named Batters, Splatters, and Platters (Kids Cooking Club) completed their 2-1/2 month course after receiving their earned certificates of completion. This group was for ages 9-12 years and also received a notebook full of all the lessons and recipes that they had learned. Classes ran on the first and third Mondays of each […]
The Storytime Easter program had an incredible turnout with 15 children present, due largely to the spring break period for Westfall school district. The group enjoyed several Easter themed story books read to them by Miss Mindi, gathered at the tables for snacks, and also participated in an Easter egg hunt on the main library […]