You can now listen to personal accounts of Logan County history from Logan County residents. Our Logan County Memories are part of the Ohio Memory project, a collaborative digital library of the Ohio History Connection and the State Library of Ohio. It includes collections from more than 360 cultural heritage institutions from all of Ohio’s 88 counties.
The IRS has decided not to send tax instruction booklets to libraries, post offices and other places you have always found them. Instead, if you want to use paper instruction booklets, you need to order them yourself from the IRS. They are still free.
Is your family a Read Aloud family yet? We hope you will make reading aloud to your child for at least 15 minutes every day part of your daily routine. We are a partner in a decade long campaign working to encourage every parent to read aloud to their child every day starting at birth. Why? Because reading aloud to your child is the single most important thing you can do to prepare your child for life long learning success. Our goal, with your help, is to have every child arrive at kindergarten ready to learn and to be prepared by third grade for the transition from learning to read to reading to learn. Find more tips & advice at ReadAloud.org.
Support the Logan County Libraries by Using Your Kroger Plus Card
The Logan County Libraries have enrolled in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Please designate “Logan County District Library Foundation” or use #56382 as your Community Rewards recipient so each time you shop using your Kroger Plus Card, a percentage of your spending will benefit the Logan County Libraries.
This will not affect your personal rewards points or fuel discounts, so register today!
*Registration must be completed online and requires an email address. If you do not have Internet access and/or an email address, please ask a library staff member for assistance.
Please Note:You may give to only one organization at a time.
We are happy to announce that a Teen eReading Room has been added to the Overdrive eBook website. The Teen Collection eReading Room filters the overall digital collection to only show Young Adult content, which helps teens find the titles they want faster! This complements the Kids eReading Room collection which was launched a few months ago. Now it takes fewer clicks to easily find eBooks and other digital content that appeals to children or teens. Click here to try it out today!
The Knowlton Library has a new Digital Microfilm Scanner. This new scanner has the capability to scan microfilm images, print & save information. The scanner also can edit images, enhance sharpness & enlarge. Another new feature is the ability to scan, view & print an entire newspaper page. Stop by & let us show you how how easy it is!