Beat the Heat: Your Libraries are Cooling Centers

With extreme heat indexes expected this week, your Community Libraries are designated as cooling centers in coordination with the Greene County Emergency Management Agency.  Our hours are 10am-8pm on Mon-Thu, 10am-6pm on Friday, and 10am-5pm on Saturday, providing air conditioning, charging stations, drinking fountains, and access to other community resources and assistance. Beavercreek, 3618 Dayton-Xenia Road…
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Virtual Author Visits in June

Don't miss these online author talks in June brought to you in partnership with the Library Speakers Consortium! For the Love of Mars: A Human History of the Red Planet with Smithsonian Curator Matt Shindell A Library Speakers Consortium and Smithsonian Institution Collaboration Monday, June 3rd at 2:00 PM EDT See More and Register Psychological…
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Imagination Graduation 2024

Congratulations to the Class of 2024 Imagination Library graduates 🎓 Thanks to everyone who came out to Imagination Graduation on Saturday, May 18 at Be Hope Church in Beavercreek - we had a blast celebrating your little ones with you all! We wish our graduates success as they move on to Kindergarten and can't wait…
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Trail of the Lost – Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who came out to New York Times Best Selling Author Andrea Lankford's author talk at the Beavercreek Community Library! With around 100 folks in attendance, Andy discussed her newest book Trail of the Lost about lost hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail and its connection to Greene County local Kris Fowler…
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Virtual Author Visits in May

Don't miss these online author talks in May brought to you in partnership with the Library Speakers Consortium! Genius, Power, and Deception on the Eve of World War I - An Author Talk with Douglas Brunt New York Times Bestselling Author of The Mysterious Case of Rudolph Diesel and Ghosts of Manhattan Wednesday, May 1st…
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Celebrate Older Americans Month

May is Older Americans Month! Celebrate with meaningful programs, curated catalog picks, and a Beanstack challenge. Register for May's Beanstack challenge and celebrate the Older Americans in your life by listening to their stories or reading stories based on, authored by, or centered around Older Americans. Log your reading to earn badges along the way…
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Donate Your Eclipse Glasses

You can now drop off your eclipse glasses to be donated to Astronomers Without Borders! All GCPL locations will accept eclipse glasses donations through Monday, April 22nd.  As we all share the same sky, Astronomers Without Borders strives to bring the world together to share their passion of astronomy and the wonders of the Universe…
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Spring into Gardening

Spring into gardening this season at your library. With a Beanstack challenge, curated catalog picks, and themed programs, get ready to create the garden of your dreams! Spring into reading on Beanstack! Join us in reading, logging our minutes, earning some new badges and be entered to win an age-appropriate prize. Sign up for April's…
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