Join Kelly Rigano for a Zentangle Art Class on Wednesday, October 11th at 6:45 PM. Please register for this class. There is a $5.00 fee for supplies.
Representatives from Beacon Hill Financial will present a free financial planning seminar on Thursday, Apr. 27 at 2 pm.
The adult book club meets every other Tuesday at 1 pm. On Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 1:00 pm, we will be discussing The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by G. Zevin. On Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 1:00 pm, we will be discussing In the Unlikely Event by J. Blume. Books will be available at the front desk. Please join us.
Local CPA John Keyes will hold a free seminar on taxes for small businesses on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 6:30 pm.
With Barcode Wallet on the the Mary L. Cook Public Library App now, you can save your family's barcodes and use the app instead of your card to check out. Get yours today . . .
The adult book club will meet Tuesday, July 5 at 1 pm. The book up for discussion is Beach Town by Mary Kay Andrews. On July 19, the group will be discussing The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
We are pleased to offer T-Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots for loan. . .
The Mary L. Cook Public Library will be bringing author Shelley Shepard Gray to Waynesville, Ohio at the Quaker Heights Care Community on Tuesday, May 10 at 6 pm. Shelly is beloved for writing inspirational Amish Romances for Avon Inspire and historical romances as Shelley Gray for Harper Collins Christian Publishing. Booksellers from Books ‘N’ More in Wilmington will be on hand to sell Shelley’s books on site. Invite all your friends for a wonderful evening out with this delightful author . . .
There is a group of talented ladies in the Waynesville area that create beautiful dolls based on characters in books. We are fortunate to have some of these dolls for display at the library. Stop in and see this display of wonderful pieces of local art! Click on Read More for some pictures for your enjoyment . . .
The Ohio Night Stalkers present "An Afternoon with Sasquatch" on Saturday, March 5, at 12 noon. Please join Mike Miller and Mike Feltner as they present and discuss their research into the phenomenon known as Sasquatch. This program is free to the public.