The Library will be accepting non-perishable food items January 16 - January 28, 2017 in place of fines during the Annual “Food For Fines” event. $1.00 in fines will be waived for every item donated up to a maximum of $5.00. Fees from lost or damaged library materials are not eligible to be waived.
The Fort Recovery Education Association is sponsoring a reading activity in collaboration with the Library. For every 100 books checked out by FR students from January 13 - February 17, the Education Association will donate a book to the Public Library and to the School Library. The more you read, the more books the libraries earn! Stop by and check out an item today!
The public is invited to the Fort Recovery Library for “An Introduction to Yoga” on select Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am beginning January 11, 2017. This basic introduction includes simple seated (chair) poses and standing poses which do not require a mat. For more information, please contact the Library at 419-375-2869. For a full schedule, visit the Library’s website at www.fortrecoverylibrary.org.
A children’s program, “Music Time,” for toddlers and preschoolers, is returning soon to the Fort Recovery Public Library. “Music Time” sessions will be held at the Library Tuesdays at 10:30 AM beginning Tuesday, January 17th and running through Tuesday, February 21st. Parent participation is encouraged. For more information contact the Library at 419-375-2869.
Join us at the Library for Story Time every Friday morning at 10:30 AM AND most Tuesday evenings at 6:15 PM. (some Tuesdays may be crafts only). Story Time is open to all young children and their parent or guardian. We look forward to seeing our Story Time room filled! Be sure to check out our online calendar for Story Time dates.
The Library's Microfilm collection of past Fort Recovery Journals, Fort Recovery Records, Fort Recovery Tribunes, and Mercer County Observers are now available to be accessed online. The collection ranges from 1893 - 1973. The collection is scattered and does not include every issue. Please feel free to browse the collection at fortrecovery.advantage-preservation.com. Thank you to the Friends of the Library for the generous donation to make this project possible.
The Ohio Digital Library has ebooks and audio books for all ages. Stop by the Library for help with your electronic device!
Do you have an electronic device such as an eReader, tablet, or mobile phone? Did you know free digital books, audiobooks, magazines, and more are available through the library? Patrons can access ebooks, audio books, music, magazines and videos through the library's catalog. To access these materials, select the "iDownloads" graphic on the right side of the page in the catalog. Need Help? Stop by the library or give us a call. We are more than happy to help you with this process.