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It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Every Hero Has A Story!  2015 Summer Reading Program.  Registration starts May 18th for children, teens, and adults. The Program will run from June 1 to July 10.  Participants can earn chances on super prizes.  We have Read-To-Me for Pre-K kids.  K-12 grade and adults can read and listen to books to earn prizes.  This year you will see lots of superheroes around the library.  Kids can join the Superhero Academy. Add your super power to the wall.  Attend special events such as: Super Hero Magic with Jim Kleefeld on Saturday, June 13 @ 11:00am; Kids Greenforcers will assemble on June 16 @ 10:00 am; teens and adults can explore The Monsters of Doctor Who on June 18 at 5:00 pm; and The History of Batman on July 1 @ 6:00 pm.  We have a super end planned for the party on July 10th!  You never know what real, live superhero you may see!  Upon registration you will receive a schedule of events and programs.

Welcome to hoopla where you can browse, borrow, and enjoy digital video, music, and audiobooks.  Register at or click the link on the left sidebar.  You will need your library card.  You may borrow up to ten (10) items per month for free!  Borrowed titles will be automatically returned when the lending period is over.  No fines!  Get the hoopla app at the App Store or Google play.

The Friends of the Library will be holding a Sip & Paint Fundraiser on Monday, May 18th, from 6-8 pm at the Kinsman Fire Department Hall at 8450 Ridge Road (also known as Center Street), Kinsman, OH, 44428. Come create art as you sip a glass of wine! Tickets are $40 for all painting materials and instruction.  A portion of the proceeds benefits Library Summer Reading Programs and other activities supported by the Friends.  For tickets or more information, please call 330-876-0035.  Get a group together and support the library!

Support Patchwork Projects like The Wellness Garden at the Library. 

Did you know that during WWII, the United States interned Japanese American citizens in camps in the U.S.? That citizens were removed from their homes and businesses and forced to relocate to barbwire enclosed barracks located in California, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Arizona, and Arkansas?  That the repercussions of these actions would affect the families for decades?  Take a journey with staff member Thea Arai as she ventures back into her family's past during a volunteer month at the Manzanar Historic Site in California.  Thea returns to Manzanar for her second year and invites you along for the journey into a little known part of America's past.  Click the link, Journey to Manzanar, to read her blogs.  Explore further with books for adults, teens, and children, and DVD's on the subject. Click here to visit Manzanar Historic Site.



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