There’s never an excuse to run out of books, music, or movies to enjoy. Here are some of our staff members’ recent favorites.

Check out new additions to the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry of the most culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant American sound recordings.

Have you always wanted to start researching and documenting your family’s history? These upcoming programs will help you navigate the maze of historical records, explore genealogy online, and assemble your findings and your own photos into a treasured tome to pass down to future generations.

Looking for a great book to listen to in the car, on a walk, or any other occasion? Try one of the 2018 Audie Award nominees, which include the best audiobooks of the year in more than 20 genres.

Ready for some fun? We’ve got great gaming programs just for kids and teens coming up. You’ll find something you’ll love, whether you’re into board games, puzzles, role-playing, or trivia.

Spring is officially here and Greene County Public Library is pleased to announce a new addition to our digital collection: Acorn TV, which allows you to watch more than 80 shows from Great Britain and around the world, all commercial-free.

Reading season is just heating up, and here are some of the books our staff have read and loved. Try one (or all) of them for yourself! 

All Greene County Public Library locations will be closed on Monday, May 28, 2018, in observance of Memorial Day. We’ll reopen for our regular hours on Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

Stop by the library to relax with friends, fun, and fabulous films. Each of these upcoming movies is absolutely free!

Libraries Rock! In honor of this year’s musical Summer Reading theme we’ll have plenty of free musical performances at the library—some especially for kids and others that will be fun for the whole family. Join us for one or all of them!

Our librarians are here to help! Just tell us what you already enjoy reading, and they’ll pick out another book they think you’ll also love.

Get information on tax forms and assistance available at the library, and links to federal, state, and local resources.

Just because Groundhog Day happens in February doesn’t mean you need to watch the same movies over and over and over again. Break out of the time loop by requesting one of these new DVDs coming to the library.

Our video collection is growing, with a fantastic bunch of new movies coming direct from theaters to the library this month. Place your request now to be one of the first to check them out.

June’s new DVDs are busting out all over! Place your request now to be one of the first to check out these movies coming to the library this month fresh from the theaters.

Henrietta’s family has struggled to understand how Henrietta’s cells have been used, and they felt taken advantage of by different people and groups. What did you think of the family, especially Dorothy? How do you think you would react if you were in their shoes?

The Underdogs, this year’s Big Read book, highlights the work of the Xenia-based service dog academy 4 Paws For Ability. 4 Paws is particularly well-known for providing service dogs to children who usually can’t get a service animal.

Greene County is a great place to live, with its storied history, caring communities, and magnificent outdoor activities. These upcoming library programs will give you an opportunity to learn more about local history, amenities and programs you can take advantage of, and even ways you can give back to the community.