Summer Reading at LPL

Summer is in full swing, and what better way to celebrate than by grabbing a great book to enjoy! We have excellent events all summer for adults, kids and teens including our Summer Reading Program: 

Kids: Sign up for the Summer Library Club in Youth Services and receive your goody bag. Complete the tasks on the game board and you'll receive a prize. There are also chances to win additional prizes, get more details when you sign up!

Coming Soon: Historic Walking Tour of Downtown Lima

We are proud to announce that through a partnership with Altrusa International, Inc of Lima Ohio, a local service organization, we will have MP3 players with a narrated walking tour of downtown Lima available for check out beginning Saturday, May 13th at 11am. Altrusa developed the tour to highlight Lima's downtown historical buildings, businesses and even local figures. The tour will be available on a continuous basis through the library, which is the tour’s starting and ending location.

Escape the Library

Are you up for a challenge this National Library Week? Try to Escape the Library! This escape room begins with the library ghost locking you and a group of friends in an out of the way room. Use the clues and puzzles in the room to escape before you're trapped in the library overnight. Please reserve a spot for your group by calling the library at 419-228-5113 ext.128. Time slots are available on Saturday, April 15th between 10am and 12pm for teens only and from 12pm- 4pm for all age ranges.

Manuscript Road Show with Lisa Fagin Davis

Lisa Fagin Davis, executive director of the Medieval Academy of America, will be at the main library on Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31, to answer questions and offer free verbal evaluations/appraisals of illuminated manuscripts.  Davis is especially interested in manuscripts that were sold by Lima Public Library during the 1930s-50s. 

 One-on-One Manuscript Evaluations

Does your family have a manuscript page in their possession?  Are you interested in learning more about it and, possibly, what it might be worth? 

The Great Backyard Bird Count

Tri-Moraine Audubon Society currently has a display at the main library that promotes the 20th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count, which takes place February 17-20 this year.  Participating in the count is easy and fun, both for individuals and families, and the society is always looking for local participation.  To find out more about counting birds in your own backyard, go to www.birdcount.org

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