The Troy-Miami County Public Library is closed for Easter. Enjoy your holiday!
The outside book return will be open for the convenience of patrons who need to return checked-out material to the library.
Kids age 4-11 can pick up a drawing sheet at the library, beginning Monday, April 14, and draw a picture of your favorite book. Return it to the library before April 19 and you will win a certificate for a free scoop of Culver's Frozen Custard. You will also be entered into a drawing for a free kids meal.
The bookmobile travels all over Miami County, bringing the library to many people. It provides services to a wide variety of places, including schools, preschools, day cares, neighborhoods, and senior care facilities.
Come celebrate National Bookmobile Day with us from 12-2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 16 during our bookmobile open house. Everyone is welcome to check out our library on wheels, learn how it is operated, meet our staff and check out some books. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, please call 937-339-0502 ext. 114.
Join in the fun! Share Your Library Story for a chance to win!
Lives change @ your library is the theme for National Library Week 2014. Do you have a story about how the library has impacted your life? Share what your library means to you and you could win a Kindle Fire.
Details and official rules available in the library and on the @ your library website.
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The Troy-Miami County Public Library is pleased to invite the public to view the 4th Annual Homeschool Art Exhibition at the library, now through April 26 during normal library hours; all seventy-five items in this unique exhibit were created by forty local homeschool students.
This creative exhibit includes photography, chalk drawings, chihuly sculptures, finger paintings, magazine art collages, plaster paintings, crayon drawings, ceramic masks, watercolor paintings, polymer clay creations, 3D art, stall board collages, pencil sketches, LEGO creations, and more.
Did you know that Mango Languages is available in ESL versions for speakers of 16 foreign languages?
Whether you want to practice your spoken English or offer an introductory course for a friend, Mango's engaging, fun process will get users speaking from the first lesson and give them a great tool to practice and improve.
The best part? It's all available for free through the Troy-Miami County Public Library website. You can access it from home using your library card. Mango Languages is located on our "Research & Homework" page under the "Reference & Research" heading.
Library patrons can now take advantage of Mango Languages’ latest innovations: mobile apps for Android and iPhone to allow patrons at participating libraries to learn a new language wherever they are. Now you can now take advantage of mobile access to Mango’s more than 47 foreign language learning courses and 16 English language learning options. Just log into Mango Languages to get started.
Mango Premiere, the first language learning through full length foreign films is now available.
Call 937-339-0502 ext. 112 for more information.
"Essential Oils for Babies & Children" will teach you how to ease teething pain, earaches, colds, flu, upset stomach, colic, headaches, allergies, asthma, and more. Learn how easy and safe essential oils are and how they can help your little one.