20 E. First Street/London, Ohio 43140
If you love reading then we have just the thing for you. The library has several book clubs that meet throughout the month to talk about the latest read. It's a great time to discover new titles, authors, genres, as well as meet some fellow enthusiasts.
We also have a large selection of fiction and non-fiction titles to kept you busy with reading, including newly released titles and more. Get started with your next book by visiting the library today!
The library is now offering computer classes every month to community members. Classes range from beginner computer skills to Internet use, as well as information finding and a class that teaches how to use downloadable services like eBooks and more. To register for a class visit the library or call 740-852-9543.
Classes are approximately 2 hours long. The library encourages community members to take a complete track of classes to get the most out of each session.
Each track includes a Basic Computer (Windows 7) class, an Introduction to the Internet class and one application class Digital Download Services. Individuals that want to learn or brush up on their computer skills at their own pace can go to the self-paced online classes at http://eco.connectohio.org. 
Community members are not required to complete a track of classes but if they do they will be eligible to receive discounts from technology related companies through the Every Citizen Online  program being sponsored by Connect Ohio. To learn more about the program go to www.connectohio.org .
The library has been awarded a grant from Connect Ohio which has received funds through the Federal Stimulus program. The grant is being used to purchase laptops for a mobile computer classroom and will also cover cost for materials and instructor fees. If you have any questions about registering online or for a class please call the library for assistance at 740-852-9543.
You can have a chance to win a Lexmark Color Printer by attending one of our free classes through May, 2013. Simply attend a class and be entered into our drawing to win. If you attend three classes or complete a track of classes you will have three chances to enter the drawing.
Winter and Spring 2013 Classes:
Basic Computer Skills
Wednesday, January 16, 10 am – Noon
Wednesday, February 6, 10 am – Noon
Wednesday, March 6, 10 am – Noon
Wednesday, April 3, 10 am – Noon
Wednesday, May 1, 10 am – Noon
Introduction to the Internet
Thursday, January 24, 6 pm – 8 pm
Thursday, February 21, 6 pm – 8 pm
Thursday, March 21, 6 pm – 8 pm
Thursday, April 18, 6 pm – 8 pm
Thursday, May 23, 6 pm – 8 pm
Digital Download Services – Applications Class
Tuesday, January 29, 6 pm – 8 pm
Wednesday, February 27, 6 pm – 8 pm
Wednesday, March 13, 6 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday, April 30, 6 pm – 8 pm
Tuesday, May 21, 6 pm – 8 pm
|Computer Classes Brochure Winter and Spring 2013.pdf ||140.53 KB|
Family Game Night will not be held during the summer months. It will resume in the fall. Check back for a more details.
Enjoy a time at the library with family or friends as you play a variety of boards games as well as Wii playstations. Every first Wednesday of the month we host our "Family Game Nights"...it's a great way to entertain everyone without spending a dime.
Game time starts at 6:00 pm and last approximately 1 1/2 hours. If you would like to get information about the game nights please contact Jack Phoenix  at 740-852-9543.
Bringing traditional games together with video gaming for everyone to enjoy!
No one under 16 will be admitted without being accompanied by an adult over the age of 18.
Every month the library is hosting two sessions for individuals who are involved in or wish to know more about the art of knitting or crochet. If you are interested in attending these casual sessions please contact Karla Arnold at 740-852-9543.
Sessions are the 2nd Wednesday at 11:00 am and the third Tuesday at 6:30 pm of every month.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their current project to each session.
See the schedule listed below.
Play-Date Time - Bring your child to the library for a play-date! There will be toys and games to play with. Caregivers must be present the entire time their child is at the library.
|Toddler Time will engage your child with stories, music, puppets, fingerplays and other enriching activities.|
|Preschool Story Time will delight your child with stories, music, dancing, flannel board stories, and a weekly craft activity.|
Start Your Story Time at Home
The library has a large selection of picture books to choose from and the kids just love them! Start having a fun learning experience today by visiting the library!
You might want to start with some of our newest arrivals at the library.