Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity
Staff In-Service Day
Library will be closed until 12:30pm
Need help with a needlework project? Jane Graham, who teaches the needlework class, will be at the main library the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month – from 1 to 3 p.m.– following the KnitWits class. She will help you find a solution or answer for that crochet, knitting, or other type of needlework project you are doing. Also during Needlework Help, Graham will be teaching those interested how to knit a sweater. Bring a solid color of 12 to 14 ounces of knitting worsted yarn and sizes 10 and 13 circular needles to the beginning of the session. No registration is needed.
Presented by Mercy Medical Center
The first event of the 2016 One Book One Community, featuring the book "A Deadly Wandering" by Matt Richtel. This will be a panel discussion/presentation format, moderated by Chris Schillig. The panel will be represented by high school students, college students and millenials addressing how cell phone use impacts their lives. Alliance High School principal, Shawn Jackson, will also address how the use of hand-held technology effects classroom teaching. [Full details]
Join us on Thursday, Jan. 14, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., in Rodman’s Main Auditorium for an exciting afternoon of Mario Kart 8 that will be played on the WiiU gaming system. The tournament will start promptly at 3:15 p.m.
The Stark County Humane Society is a private, charitable organization. It is not a county agency and does not receive funding from the United Way. Its continued success depends upon the support of the community through membership fees, gifts, and contributions. The shelter is open to the public daily except for holidays, and takes in sick and injured cats and dogs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Rodman Library is offering “Pet Items for Fines” through the month of May. The recipient of this collection will be the Stark County Humane Society. For every item donated, $2.00 in fines will be forgiven from a patron’s record.