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February 21, 2020

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Ada library has great idea for a Christmas gift

Here's a great idea from the Ada Public Library:

Trying to shop for that person who has everything?

Give a tribute donation and benefit the Ada Library. Donations of any shape or size benefit the patrons of the Library and your community, while also honoring your dear family and friends.

Gifts of over $100 gets a memorial name plate on the plaque in the foyer of the Library.

Give me four walls, a roof and lots of yummy stuff to eat, please

Q: What has four walls, a roof and lots of yummy stuff to eat?

A: It should be obvious, but's here's a hint: Lots of these structures were built recently at the Ada Public Library. They are called gingerbread houses.

They come in a wide range of styles and accomodations. The library allowed us to link up to the Facebook photo gallery. 

For an enjoyable time, click here and check out this year's brand of Ada gingerbread houses. (There's 32 photos.)


Gingerbread Houses at the Library

This Thursday, 6p.m.-7:30p.m. and Friday, 3:30p.m.-4:30p.m. families will again be able to create Gingerbread Houses at the Ada Public Library!

All materials are provided by the library and the program is FREE, the library only requests that you stop in or call (419-634-5246) to sign-up.

There are still spots available for both days, but space is filling up fast!



Lynne Scott signs her latest book Saturday at the library

Popular Ada author Lynne Scott will have a book signing from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, in the Ada Public Library.

Her latest novel, “Love in Small Doses,” is the story of a small town pharmacist and the changes she and the town experience when a large retailer moves in for competition.

Copies of Scott’s earlier novels will also be available for purchase at Saturday’s signing.
Scott’s previous titles are “Community Pool,”  “Miranda’s Bottom,” “Chronia Polla,” and a novella, “Mr. Hurst’s Ambition.”  They are listed under the authorship of Lynne E. Scott.

Feet for Fines at the Ada Public Library

Now through Saturday, Dec. 13 patrons of the Ada Public Library may pay off their library fines and help others at the same time!

The program is sponsored by the ONU Women, in collaboration with the Friends of the Ada Public Library.

Here’s how it works: Patrons may pay library fines (not eligible for lost book fees) in the following manner:

1 pair of NEW kid’s shoes (no flip flops) = $5 worth of fines
1 pair of NEW gloves = $5 worth of fines
1 NEW hat or scarf = $5 worth of fines
1 pair of NEW kid’s socks = $1 worth of fines

All of the collected items will be donated to Helping Hands, a Hardin County charity.

Remember, remember, these dates in December!

Mark your calendars for these GREAT, FREE, and FUN events on the horizon for December at the Library: