Knit Wits


The ‘KnitWits’ Knitting Circle of Rodman Public Library meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m. at the main library. Meetings for this month take place on September 14 and 28. Knitters, and other needle workers, are invited to network and compare notes.

If you desire to try your hand at needlework, Rodman Library has many books suited to every skill level and capable staff to help locate the needed information. For more information on this or other programs offered by the library, call 330-821-2665, ext. 107.


Recycled Book Crafts

Join D.J., Teen Librarian, on Thursday, Sept. 24, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium as he demonstrates how to make some really cool items recycling used books. Participants can make book cuff bracelets, purses, bookmarks, charms, and more. Used books will be provided, or teens may bring their own–that will no longer be needed for reading. No registration is needed for this event. Open to all teens ages 12-18. This program is supported by the Friends of Rodman Library. For more information, call the library at 330-821-2665, ext. 214.

DJ 08/19/2015

Children's Christmas Party

Celebrate the season with stories from around the world as Lindsay Bonilla from “World of Difference” reaches into her storytelling bag and pulls out the perfect story gifts for the audience on Saturday, December 5, from 2:00-2:45 p.m. in Rodman Auditorium. Discover the beauty of giving in the story “The Rabbit’s Gift” (China), and meet some mischievous trolls in “The Very Big Christmas Kitty” (Norway)—two interactive family-oriented stories designed to bring out the child in all of us. With high entertainment value and high energy, Bonilla will delight the whole family.

Author Shelley Pearsall in-person visit

The 2015 Fogle Author Series continues with children’s author Shelley Pearsall, who will be visiting in person at Rodman Library on Saturday, August 1, at 2:00 p.m. in the main auditorium. Pearsall will talk about her novel, All of the Above, inspired by actual events of four inner city students and their quest to build a world-record pyramid. During her visit she will take questions about the book and her life as an author. Pearsall grew up in Parma, Ohio, and has been a public school classroom teacher for twenty years.


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