Take Your Child to the Library Day


Take Your Child to the Library Day is an international initiative that encourages families everywhere to take their children to their local library. It’s purpose is to raise community awareness about the importance of the library in the life of a child and his family. Our Take Your Child to the Library Day Family Program will be held on Tuesday, February 16th from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Activities will include a scavenger hunt, a craft station, book sharing of “Library Lion” and family LEGO building. Registration is not required.

The Invisible Patriot

Arthur St.Clair

Please join fellow history lovers as author R.W. Dick Phillips presents a discussion of his latest work, “Arthur St.Clair: The Invisible Patriot”. Held in the Crossroads Branch meeting room, this program will begin at 10:30am on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016 and is open to all ages. Signed copies will be available for purchase at the event. Further details may be obtained by contacting Crossroads Branch at 740-432-7536.

Children’s Programming


Children’s Programming Registration Begins on January 25th!

Story Time at the Crossroads Branch Library for “Little Listeners”, children 2 ½ to 5 years of age, will begin on February 8th and run thru April 28th. Classes are offered on Monday evenings and Wednesday mornings.

The library also offers a weekly Baby time offered on Thursday mornings and a kindergarten through 5th Grade bi-weekly after school program offered on Friday afternoons. Both are held at the Crossroads Branch. To register, use the form below, call 740-432-7536 or visit the Crossroads Branch in person.

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