The sidewalk and driveway repair work in Arlington started on July 18 and is expected to last one week. The driveway off of 68/Main St. will be closed until completion. Patrons and staff will have to enter from the alley at the back of the library and will likely need to park at the rear of the library. The book drop has been moved to the side entrance of the building. Project progress will be updated periodically.
It's never too early to look toward the fall and the beginning of another school year. To help you get ready, the Library's Online Reference Collection now holds a new resource for the classroom: Explora.
This new platform from EBSCO is designed to assist students of all ages with their learning and research. There are three versions of Explora for elementary, middle, and high school students. Each searches a different universe of documents to best fit the reading level of its users. The databases are available by logging in with your library card. Explora resources improve on and replace Searchasaurus, which was discontinued. Click on the following links to view Primary, Secondary or Library Explora: Explora Primary Schools / Explora Secondary Schools / Explora Public Libraries
On Your Mark, Get Set...READ!
Join the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library's Summer Reading Club! Keep track of your reading for fun prizes and join us for programs all summer long. Stop by the Main Library, Arlington Branch or the Bookmobile to sign-up.
Ohio Local Foods Week is August 7-13 and this program, Celebrate Local Foods, is part of that celebration in Hancock County Ms. Meents, OSU Extension, will be cooking with local foods-highlighting recipes using fresh fruits and vegetables. Plan to join us as we explore the bounty of local foods.
Free program @ Your Library on Healthy Relationships. Participants will learn healthy dating relationships for teens and adults as well as abuse signs and other important advice. No registration is required.