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October 22, 2020
 

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Ada Public Library closed until further notice

Until further notice, the Ada Public Library is closed. No fines or fees will accrue. No items will be due during this time.

"We will re-evaluate the situation as it develops," said Rhett Grant, director. "Do not worry about returning any items at this time. Please continue to use Overdrive and Libby.

"If you have an item on hold, we will still have it for you when we re-open."

Ada Public Library is open and offering regularly-scheduled events

You can download eBooks and audiobooks on Overdrive

The Ada Public Library is closely monitoring information about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), according to Rhett Grant, director.

Hia statement follows:

"The health and safety of our patrons and staff is a top priority. Currently we are open and operating under normal schedules. At this time, the library will continue to offer all regularly scheduled events and programs.

"We're working with local health officials and following directions from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH).

Dr. Seuss month at the public library

Ada Public Library invites patrons to take the Dr. Seuss Read Challenge during March. The challenge begins as the library celebrates the famous author's birthday on Monday, March 2.

Visit the library, complete a Dr. Seuss activity sheet and, who knows what prizes you may win.

Library's 2019 annual fiscal report available

The 2019 Annual Financial Report of the Ada Public Library is complete and the report is available at the office of the fiscal officer, at 320 N. Main St., Ada, according to Nancy Stauffer.

It's a legal thriller

Book signing by ONU professor Monday at the public library

By Barbara Lockard
Scott Douglas Gerber, law professor at Ohio Northern University, will discuss his latest novel, “The Art of The Law,” at 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 24, at the Ada Public Library.

Topic of the presentation will be, “Why a law professor writes fiction.”  The program is free and open to the public.

While in law school, Gerber read some novels by Attorney John Grisham (legal mysteries).  He liked the genre and thought he’d give novel writing a try.

“I feel I have a different perspective as a law professor than a trial lawyer might have,” said Gerber. 

Let them eat chocolate

Feb. 22 is the Ada Public Library's 8th annual chocolate bake off

Chocolate is the word at the Ada Public Library this month.

On Monday, Feb. 17, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. is a chocolate Olympics for 6th graders through senior high school students. 

Then, on Saturday, Feb. 22, is one of the most popular events on the library’s calendar. It’s the Great Chocolate bake off. It’s open to all ages, but participants must sign-up in advance. There’s an entry division for youth and one for adults.

Last year’s winners were the mother-son team of Erin and Timothy Chrissobolis.

Timothy entered a brownie cake with cookie butter frosting. His mom entered an Oreo chocolate cake.

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