HOURS Monday through Thursday 9 am - 7 pm Friday 9 am - 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 2 pm You can still sign up for our Summer Reading Program, "All Together Now"! New Releases Recommended: 6/6: The Couples Trip - U. Kvensler Girls and Their Horses - E. Brazier The Good Ones - P. Stewart Such Kindness - A. Dubus The Wind Knows My Name - I. Allende 6/13: Famous in a Small Town - V. Shipman Inside Threat - M. Quirk Love, Theoretically - A. Hazelwood Reproduction - L. Hall Return to Valetto - D. Smith 6/20: Night Will Find You - J. Heaberlin The Quiet Tenant - C. Michallon Talking at Night - C. Daverly What the Neighbors Saw - M. Adelman 6/27: Banyan Moon - T. Thai Before She Finds Me - H. Chavez Dead Man's Wake - P. Doiron A Most Agreeable Murder - J. Seales CHILDREN
Our Summer Reading Program, "All Together Now", began Wednesday, May 24... But you can still sign up! Join us for fun programs this summer. Check our website for more details. Watch our Facebook page for fun programs and activities for birth - adult. Log your reading time and earn raffle tickets for great prizes! SRP continues through July 31. Pop in Play - Every Wednesday morning in June Age 0 - 36 months with a caregiver from 10 -10:30 am. Join our play group in the Children’s Activity Room. Mr. Remy & Friends Magician, juggler, and ventriloquist performance on Wednesday, June 7 from 11:00 - 11:30 am for ages 5 yrs. - entering 5th grade in our Community Room. No registration is required. Storytime on Wednesday, June 7 2 yrs. - 4 yrs. and a caregiver from 11:00 - 11:30 am in the Children's Activity Room. You’ve Got a Friend in Me: Reading Buddies K - 3rd grade: Children will practice reading aloud, sight word recognition and comprehension skills with supportive, enthusiastic teen volunteers. Required registration began May 24; this program is full. Sessions are Tuesdays: June 6, 13, 20, 27 from 11:30 am - 12 pm. Feed the Bees Paint a clay flowerpot and take it home to plant flowers with seeds and soil that we provide. All supplies provided. Ages 5 years to entering 5th grade with a caregiver. Registration required - you may register for only one program: June 14 from 12 - 12:45 pm or 5:30 - 6:15 pm. Registration began May 24. The noon program is full, but there are a few openings in the evening session. Call the library to register. Father's Day Card Drop In On Saturday, June 17 between 11 am - 1 pm, children can drop in to make Dad a card and a small gift. Music Makers Age 5 -5th Grade. Come listen to music performed by local students in the Library Park, then join us in the Community Room to try out some instruments. Grab an instruction sheet to make your own instruments at home. Wednesday, June 21 from 11 - 11:45 am. No registration required. Storytime on Wednesday, June 21 2 yrs - 4 yrs and a caregiver from 11:00 -11:30 am in the Children's Activity
Room. Nailed It! Grades 3-5. Recreate a book cover using crispy rice treats, candy, and frosting. Wednesday, June 28 from 1-1:45 pm. Required registration began May 24. Call the library to register. TEEN Nailed It! Grades 6 -12. Recreate a book cover using crispy rice treats, candy, and frosting. Wednesday, June 28 from 2:30 - 3:15 pm. Required registration began May 24. Call the library to register. Main Street Scavenger Hunt All ages. Pick up your scavenger hunt sheet at the library beginning Friday, June 30. Return it by Saturday, July 8. A prize winner will be drawn on Monday, July 10. Waynesville Food Pantry All Together Now: Help support our local food pantry. Gather your donations and drop them off at MLC. We have a bin in the lobby for donations. Items needed: peanut butter, canned soup, individual fruit cups, tuna, canned chicken, granola bars. Read 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! Parents: Stop at the front desk to request your 1000 books log sheet. For every 100 books your child reads they earn a free book and a sticker! When your child reaches 1000 books they will receive a free book and a certificate of achievement. Imagination Library Help us give every child in Warren County the gift of a free book every month! Talk to your friends & family and share our posts. Register at ohioimaginationlibrary.org. If you need assistance in registering your child, please contact us and we will help. The goal of the Warren County Imagination Library is "Every Child Reads Every Day", and to help achieve that goal, the five Warren County libraries are funding a three-year pilot program to provide a free book each month to Warren County children from birth to age five. The Warren County Imagination Library is a community effort of founding partners: Franklin-Springboro Public Library, Lebanon Public Library, Mary L. Cook Public Library, Mason Public Library, Salem Township Public Library, United Way of Warren County, and Warren County Foundation, with support from The Ohio Governor's Imagination Library and Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
TEENS Summer Reading Don't forget to sign up for the Summer Reading Program and earn chances to win prizes as you read! Teen Tuesdays Join us for some outside (and inside) fun, games, and crafts on Tuesdays at 2 pm. TEEN Nailed It! Grades 6 -12. Recreate a book cover using crispy rice treats, candy, and frosting. Wednesday, June 28 from 2:30 - 3:15 pm. Required registration began May 24. Call the library to register. ADULT The Mind-Life Project will be held Saturday, June 3 at 10 am. If you are interested in better understanding how the mind creates both peace and pain, come join us for a lively and fun discussion. Rootfinders Rootfinders is taking a summer break but will return in the fall. Use this time to find some interesting ancestral discoveries! Adult Take and Make Adults (ages 16 and up), create faux succulents. Pick up your take home kit starting June 1 to make felt succulents and "plant" them in a pot which is provided. While supplies last. Puzzle Swap/Puzzle Table We have a puzzle swap area near the Large Print book section. We have several puzzles available for you to look through to borrow. If you want to rotate your puzzle collection, bring one in and take one out. No checking out! We also currently have a puzzle available for you to sit down and work on while visiting here at the library.