View the works of nearly a dozen different local artists at Woodbourne Library
March 1-31. Through watercolor, mixed media, sculpture and more, these artists interpret the climate challenges facing our planet. Exhibit will be open during normal library operating hours.
Learn how the Library served citizens throughout 2020 with outstanding facilities, robust collections, helpful staff and engaging programs. Access this digital Annual Report to uncover how Your Library was Here for You in 2020 and to access a Half Off Fines Offer.
Learn new skills via a Tech Class, network with other professionals in the monthly Third Thursday Networking group, or get one-on-one job coaching via JobNow. There are several opportunities for job seekers to grow their skills and connect via the Library!
Join us for a pair of virtual author visits in March. Local author Jess Montgomery talks about her third novel in the Kinship series and Dayton hockey historian, Chuck Gabringer, depicts Dayton hockey back to the 1960’s. Registration is required for both of these free author events.
Combat cabin fever and get outside! Visit one of the Nature Literature Trails and let Owlexander teach you about trees, wetlands, local wildlife and more! These trails are a collaborative effort between Centerville-Washington Park District and the Library, funded through the generosity of the Yeck Family Foundation.