Welcome to Cedarville Community Library’s New Blog

On behalf of the staff of Cedarville Community Library, I am thrilled to welcome you to our new blog. In the coming months, I’ll share information or photos about everything from events and programs, our community involvement, new circulating items, or even a bit of fun around the library. For example, did you know that in 2017 we presented 240 programs at our library for children, teens, and adults? Do you think we will beat that number this year? If you haven’t attended any programs, that number might surprise you. That’s an average of 20 programs each month, on topics such as cooking, gardening, crafting, organization, legal matters, elder care, music, and more.

My staff works hard to bring the community a wide range of events, clubs, crafts, and informational programs. Laura, our Youth Services Librarian, presents a story time each week for babies and preschoolers, after-school STEM programs, and teen nights once a month after our regular business hours. Liz, one of our Adult Services Librarians, hosts an excellent book club, cookbook club, and painting classes. Erin, another Adult Services Librarian, can be found presenting craft programs for new moms or hosting our successful Trivia Nights. Some of our programs are held off-site at local businesses, like the previously mentioned Trivia Nights at Beans and Cream or our brand new Beside the Creek Book Club held at Telemetry. You can find out more about these programs by stopping in and asking one of us, or by searching the events here on our website. Our goal is to have something for everyone, no matter your age or interests. We also participate in community events like Little Town of Lights, held this month. We are honored to be a part of the Cedarville community.

In 2019, we hope to add game nights, escape rooms, and even fitness classes. There’s also room for some surprises! You surely will want to keep an eye on what’s happening at your community library.

It is absolutely our pleasure to serve Cedarville, and we hope you have a wonderful holiday season. Stop in and say hello!

Sue Jeffery, Cedarville Head Librarian

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