Join us Wednesday, October 22 @ 4 pm for our monthly LEGO Club meeting! All children 7 years and older are welcome. Children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring your imaginations and building skills! We’ll provide the LEGOs!
LEGO Club meets every 4th Wednesday of the month.
Join us at the Main Library for our annual ghostly event! There will be a presentation by OOPS investigators, a tour and history of the library, and small group mini-investigations.
The first evening of Pondering the Paranormal is Saturday, Oct. 25 @ 8-10:30pm.
Presentation and tour open to up to 50 people. The investigation portion of the program on Halloween Night will be limited to the first 15 people to register.
Doors open at 8:00pm. Please use Library Avenue entrance. This event is open to Adults and Teens, 15 and older. Space is limited, please pre-register by calling 937-382-2417 x26.
Book-a-Librarian day is Thursday, October 16 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm.
Registration required. Please call the Reference Desk at 937-382-2417 x 26.
We have laptops available or you may bring your own device.
The annual Friends of the Library Book Sale is Saturday, October 11, 10am-4pm and Sunday, October 12, 1-4pm. You’ll find hundreds of books, movies, and CDs for sale. There will be hard cover books, paperbacks, books for children and teens. There will be romances, inspirational books, mysteries, thrillers, cookbooks, gardening books, parenting books, and much more. Sunday afternoon will be bag sale day. Don’t miss this great opportunity to stock up and support the library!
On Tuesday, October 14 @ 3:15pm Eileen Brady will lead a teen creative writing workshop. Brady has been a newspaper editor and reporter and has worked as a freelance writer and editor. She co-wrote a small book about the history of Wilmington, where she grew up. She started a youth section at the Daily News of Jacksonville, N.C., and was the editor of a youth section at the State Journal-Register in Springfield, IL. She has also served two stints as a columnist for the Wilmington News Journal.