Amazon Future Engineer is offering free online computer science classes for any student or teacher affected by COVID-19 in the United States.
Patrons can place a hold on items using the library's online catalog. Not sure how to place items on hold?
Choose from a vast video library of engaging, top-quality courses, taught by recognized industry experts. Topics range from brand-new technology, business, and creative skills. Stream videos on any device.
Even with the library building open, patrons can utilize the library's no-contact curbside service. Contact the library at 330-426-3778 to arrange to pick up your library materials. The staff can assist you by phone or you can browse the library's online catalog to reserve your items.
Current information about the Coronavirus is available from the following websites:
As of Monday, March 16, the library is cancelling all events and programs scheduled through April 11. The Community Room is closed to all meetings until further notice. Groups on the schedule will be contacted Monday.
Visit DaybyDayOH.org, a website for young children and their families, featuring a song, a video, activities, and book recommendations for every day of the year. DayByDay, is a service of the State Library of Ohio in collaboration with Ohio Ready to Read, also includes literacy and health information.
Hoopla allows users instant access to eBooks, movies, music, audiobooks, and more. Download the Hoopla app from the app store on your mobile or streaming device.
East Palestine Library has digital materials available for patrons using both Libby and Hoopla. eBooks, audiobooks, movies, and more are available from both platforms.
The Friends of the Library Book Sale scheduled for March 20th and March 21st is cancelled.
East Palestine Memorial Public Library along with Columbiana Public Library, Lepper Library in Lisbon, Salem Public Library, and Wellsville Carnegie Public Library announce the formation of the PLUS Consortium.
A virtual copy of the library's newsletter for September, October, and November 2020 is now available. The library will be offering a number of virtual programs. A Free Paper Shredding Event will be offered on Saturday, October 10 from 10:00 a.m. to Noon.
The monthly list of new book purchases for September is now available. Since the items on the lists are new, the books listed have not yet arrived at the library. You can call the library to reserve the titles you wish to put on hold or email the library at firstname.lastname@example.org with your reserve list.