Did You Know (trivial trivia)?

    The librarian can be 'reserved' for village history talks and sometimes a village 'walk-a-about', when the weather cooperates.

2018 School Days Storytime

Wednesdays 11:30am & 1:30pm

Sept.5 through Dec. 5

Come in for a couple stories and stay for the craft! But remember to let us know so we can plan for everyone.

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Shelf Notes

Brrrr!

Winter is flirting with the calendar and I suspect it won't be long before snow flies, as author Lilian J Braun often penned in her "Cat Who" books.


Our cement sidwalk replacement has been joined by a shiny new Dickens lamp! It is fabulous for evening library use and will look lovely in the winter, all ready for a swag of Christmas green.


We have had some intriguing fall research requests! One was Simon Kenton's Cherry tree and its vague location somewhere between West Liberty and King's Creek. The other was the alledged pot-o-gold left behind by British troops .. or maybe French troops ... maybe in 1812? possibly 1798? Possibly none? Whether real or an Irish leg-pulling, it has certainly led many to Zanesville confusion and a history education.   

(... maybe some gold nuggets were found, afterall...)