Friday, January 29 is National Puzzle Day. Register today to pick up a puzzle at the Library through Curbside Pickup tomorrow! We have puzzles for both children and adults. Click here to schedule your Curbside Pickup time.
Curbside Pickup just got easier at the Library! Patrons can now select their own time for pickup online and get same-day service for in-house materials. First, place items on hold through our online CLEVNET catalog. Once you get notification that your hold is in, either fill out a form for the day you want to [...]
In an effort to continue to provide health and wellness programs during the COVID-19 pandemic, Firelands Hospital has developed a series of videos called Pocket Programs. In this informative video, Dr. Michael Blank, Infectious Disease Specialist, addresses frequently asked questions about the 2020/2021 flu vaccine amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out the video here.
Introducing: Library Book Bundles! If you're not sure what you want to check out, let us bundle some materials for you. The Library has put together new Book Bundles for you to check out in leu of browsing. Each bundle can be checked out through Curbside Pickup. Call us at (419) 433-5009 today to request [...]
Join the Library on Facebook LIVE on Thursday, December 10 starting at 5 pm for this winter's first Thursday Night Watch Party. Chat while watching a classic movie and learn some behind-the-scenes facts about the film. This Watch Party features the film Santa Claus Conquers the Martians. Famously spoofed on Mystery Science Theater 3000, this [...]
Join the Real Reads Book Club on Zoom on Wednesday, December 16 at 3 pm to discuss some holiday nonfiction! Pick up this book at the Library through our Curbside Pickup service or find it on Libby, the free eBook and audiobook app. Visit our website here for more information or future dates.
There are still a few spots left for our first winter Take & Make craft kit. Register fast to ensure your kit while supplies last! Each kit contains everything you need to complete a nifty winter craft at home. -Pre-K - 6th Grade -Tuesday, December 8 from 4-6pm pickup Visit our website to register.
The Library's Between the Bookends: Winter 2020/2021 Newsletter is out today! Request a copy through our Curbside Pickup service or click here to download a digital copy.
Teens in Grades 7 - 12 can send us their best fall TikToks for a chance to win some prizes and be featured on the Library's social media pages. Get creative and send us your video by the end of the month. Visit our website here for more information.
There is still time to submit a poem to the 44839: Poetry Contest. All submissions must be sent in by the end of November this year. Visit the link below if you need some poetry inspiration! Find all contest rules and submission guidelines on our website here.
Find all of your Thanksgiving cookbooks and more on Hoopla this season! Download the app or visit our website for more information here.
The Real Reads Book Club scheduled for November 18 has been canceled. If you'd still like to read the book, you can pick up a copy at the Library. Check out our upcoming winter newsletter for more Real Reads Book Club dates.
The Library will be reopening to a Limited Opening phase on Tuesday, November 10. We encourage patrons to make a one hour reservation to visit the Library. Masks are required to be worn properly while in the building. Visit huronlibrary.org for current safety regulations and services being offered. Temporary operating hours will continue: Monday 9 [...]
The Library's Teen Library Council will meet on Zoom on Monday, November 16 at 4 pm. Teens in Grades 7 - 12 can join this monthly group to share ideas to help improve the Library and the Huron community. We want to hear from you! Visit the event page here for all the details.
Send us your LEGO creations today to be featured in our fall LEGO Builders Club collage! Build something great and then send a picture to [email protected] A photo collage of the fall LEGO creations will be ‘put on display’ digitally for all to see. Click here for more details.
The Book Exchange meets monthly to discuss popular and eclectic books. The next meeting is on Thursday, November 19 at 7 pm over Zoom video chat to discuss The Dutch House by Ann Patchett. Find the eBook or audiobook on the Libby app. Not familiar with Zoom? The Library sets up the meeting, all you [...]
The next Real Reads: Nonfiction Book Club meets on Zoom video chat on Wednesday, November 18 at 3 pm. Find the next book on the free Libby app as an eBook or audiobook, then join in the discussion. Click here for more details about the book club.
A new month means a new Teen Monthly TikTok Challenge. This month's challenge features the theme All Things Fall. Send us your best pumpkin spice latte skateboarding videos or come up with something even better! Email your video clips to the Library for a chance to win some prizes. Visit our website here for more [...]
The Trick or Reading Halloween Heist continues with two new stories (and two new secret code words). Visit the link below to watch today's two special Halloween Storytimes and listen for the secret code word at the end of each story. Then add the seventh and eighth code words to your Top Secret File Card. [...]
Due to COVID precautions, the Board of Elections will be holding precinct elections (Huron B&D) on the first floor of the library. This only affects those who normally vote at the library. This also means that the library itself will be closed that day. If the polls are crowded, you will be asked to stand [...]
It's a perfectly spooky, rainy day to begin Trick or Reading Week! Visit the link below to watch today's two special Storytimes and listen for the secret code word at the end of each story. Then add the code words to your Top Secret File Card. Once you complete your card, send us a picture [...]
Fall is a great time to write some poetry! The Library is currently taking submissions for our fourth annual poetry contest. Submissions will be accepted until November 30, 2020. Cash prizes are awarded for first, second, and third place winners and poets will have a chance to be included in the fourth volume of an [...]
Spotlight on a Book: Author Kira Jane Buxton takes a joyfully original approach to apocalyptic fiction in this debut novel Hollow Kingdom. Instead of us humans being the focal point in the story of our own extinction, it’s the plethora of life that we leave behind that takes center stage. Narrated by S.T., a fast-food-loving [...]
Today is another special day. Do you know why? Because it is the third day of Trick or Reading Week! Visit the link below to watch today's two special Storytimes and listen for the secret code word at the end of each story. Then add the fifth and sixth code words to your Top Secret [...]
Student Study Tables are available after school Mondays through Fridays, from 3 - 4 pm or 4 - 5 pm. Teens can reserve their own private table at the Library to work on homework, wait for a ride, browse the teen shelves, or just use the WiFi. For more information, or to make a reservation, [...]
It's time for another Halloween Heist Trick or Reading Storytime! Visit the link below to watch today's two special Storytimes and listen for the secret code word at the end of each story. Then add the third and fourth code words to your Top Secret File Card. Once you complete your card, send us a [...]
Time is running out to submit your family's entry for the Library's Storybook Character Pumpkin Contest! Create your favorite storybook character out of pumpkins and send the Library a photo by October 30 for a chance to win some fantastic SpOoKy prizes! Displays can have more than one pumpkin, but we ask that each family [...]
The Library will be closed on Tuesday, November 3 for Election Day. The building will be open for voting only, but no other Library services will be available on this day. Click here to find your polling location.
The next Mystery Book Group meets on Zoom video chat on Tuesday, November 17 at 7 pm. If you love a good mystery, grab this book from the Library or find it on the Libby app, then join the discussion!
Trick or Reading Week is next week! Join our special guest readers for some Halloween Storytimes. Each guest will reveal a secret code word at the end of the story. Collect all 10 code words and submit your Top Secret File Card by Saturday, October 24 for a chance to win some spooky prizes! Visit [...]
Want to spook yourself this weekend? Find spooky, cute, or downright scary movies, music, eBooks, and audiobooks for all ages on the Hoopla app! All for FREE with your library card. Visit our website to learn more here.
Teens in Grades 7 - 12 can put your TikTok skills to the test and enter the Teen Monthly TikTok Challenge for a chance to win some cool prizes. Each month, the Library will provide a new theme for your TikTok videos. October's theme is Halloween. Create your best spooooky 10 - 60 second clip [...]
Do you have questions about a device or other technology? Due to current safety restrictions, Book a Librarian appointments cannot be held in-person, but you can still get help over a Zoom private chat. Not familiar with Zoom? That's okay! We set up the meeting and send you a link. Common topics include: Library apps [...]
Halloween, like many other things, may be a bit different this year. The Library can help you find spooky entertainment for all ages- and for FREE! Find some great Halloween reads on Libby this weekend or stop by the Library and grab some classic scary movies or fun Halloween kid's books to share with the [...]
There are still a few spots left for our next spooky Rockin' Readers Book Club on Thursday, October 22 at 5 pm over Zoom video chat. Tweens in Grades 3 - 6 can call the Library to register and then schedule a time to visit and pick up the book and a fun treat! Visit [...]
The next Real Reads Book Club is on Wednesday, October 28 at 3 pm on Zoom video chat. Grab the book at the Library and then join in on the discussion! Zoom codes are posted on our website closer to the date of the meeting. Click here for more details on our website.
Learn about The Art of Science with the next STEAM Team on the Go Kit. Families with children and tweens can grab this kit from the Library on Wednesday, October 28 from 4 - 5 pm. Register to reserve your kit today! Visit our website to register here.
There are still a few slots left for the next Anything Goes - Take & Make Craft Kit Pickup on Tuesday, October 13 from 4 - 6 pm. This kit includes a fun Monster Mash craft for PreK - Grade 6. Click here to register.
The Library's Teen Library Council meets on Zoom next Monday, October 12 at 4 pm. Teens in Grades 7 - 12 are welcome to join to discuss ways to help improve the Library and the Huron community. Visit our website for more details here.
The Library is growing a storybook pumpkin patch and we need your help! Families with children of all ages can join and decorate a pumpkin to look like one of their favorite book characters. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place. Submit photo entries by Friday, October 30 for a chance to [...]
Join fellow Mystery Book Group members on Tuesday, October 20 at 7 pm on Zoom video chat to discuss this October mystery book selection. The Library's monthly book groups are meeting on Zoom for now and all books can be picked up at the Library! Click here for more information.
All poets living or working in the 44839 zip code can submit poems for our fourth annual poetry contest from October 1 to November 30, 2020 for a chance to win cash prizes. Poem submissions will also be featured in the anthology 44830: Poetry from a Zip Code Vol. VI. Visit our website here for [...]
A new month means a new TikTok challenge! Through the month of October, teens can send us your best, original Halloween TikTok videos for a chance to win some fabulous prizes and be featured on our social media pages! Click here for full contest rules.
Think that book censorship is old news? Check out this video here from YouTube about the Top 10 Most Challenged Books of 2019. Which books have you read on this list?
Check out the FREE Hoopla app, accessible with your library card, and download some previously censored books in honor of Banned Books Week! What is your favorite banned book? Click here to learn more about the Hoopla app.
The next Book Exchange meeting is on Thursday, October 15 at 7 pm on Zoom video chat. This book group meets monthly to discuss a popular and eclectic mix of fiction and nonfiction and new members are always welcome to attend. Pick up the next book at the Library today! Click here to learn more [...]
Looking for something stimulating to read or watch this weekend? Check out the Library's Race & Racism Reading and Watch List. This list covers all ages and interests- from children's TV shows and movies to adult poetry, classics, and non-ficition. Click here to view the details on our website.
The Library's Student Study Tables are open for business! Need a place to study after school? Teens can reserve their own personal study table at the Library from 3 - 4 pm or from 4 - 5 pm. Click here to register.
The American Library Association website provides all you need to know about this special week meant to spread awareness about censorship. This link here provides information about Banned Books Week, including a list of the top 100 most banned books of 2010-2019. Have you read any of the books on the list? Let us know [...]
The Rockin' Readers Book Club meets on Thursday, October 22 at 5 pm on Zoom video chat. This book club is for tweens in Grades 3 - 6. Pick up the next book at the Library and start reading today! Then join the spooky discussion! For more information or to learn how to join the [...]
Need help with a Library app? Book a Librarian through Zoom video chat. Schedule your appointment and let a librarian walk you through downloading and using a specific app. We can also help with a specific website, a new smartphone, and much more! Book an appointment today and a librarian will get back with you [...]
Next week is Banned Books Week, a time when libraries and other places traditionally host in-person events that raise awareness about censorship. To celebrate this unique Banned Books Week with us, you can check out a Banned Books Bundle from the Library! Each bundle contains 3 books that have been previously contested in some way. [...]
Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations like COVID-19. You may feel anxiousness, anger, sadness, or overwhelmed. Find ways to reduce your stress to help yourself and the people you care about: learn the common signs of stress, make time to unwind and do activities you enjoy, or talk with family and friends by phone, text, [...]
Spotlight on a Book: Author Bill Bryson has once again achieved the seemingly impossible by making the science of our world both understandable and entertaining. This non-fiction book explores the human body, how it functions, and its remarkable ability to heal itself. Full of extraordinary facts and astonishing stories, The Body: A Guide for Occupants [...]
The next Teen Library Council meeting is on Monday, September 21 at 4 pm on Zoom chat. The TLC is for teens interested in contributing ideas that can make a difference in their community in a monthly meeting. New members are welcome and all it takes is an application. Click here for the details.
Based on data provided by the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, Erie County has been downgraded to a Level 2 Public Emergency (orange) from a Level 3 (red). Because of this, the Library will be going back to a Limited Opening beginning on Monday, September 14. We hope to see you soon! Click here to [...]
Tune in this Thursday at 1 pm for another Online Storytime LIVE with the one and only Miss Melissa. Click here for the details or to watch past storytimes.
Need some help with a Library app or a new device? The Library is still offering Book a Librarian appointments through Zoom video chat. Click here to request an appointment and a librarian will get back to you as soon as possible.
Absentee voting forms can be mailed in or submitted to your local Board of Elections beginning on Tuesday, October 6 in Ohio, but you can mail your absentee or mail-in ballot request form now! If you haven't received an absentee ballot request form in the mail, visit the link below to print one, or call [...]
The Real Reads: Non-Fiction Book Club meets on Zoom on Wednesday, September 23 at 3 pm to discuss The Monk of Mokha. New members are always welcome and books are available through Curbside Pickup. Click the link for more information.
Ah hoy mateys! The Library's Youth Services team has put together some fun craft kits for the fall that you can grab in our Curbside Pickup. The first craft kit is available, while supplies last, on September 15 from 4 - 6 pm. Click here to reserve your kit.
Join the Library's Rockin' Readers Book Club on Zoom to read some great, new tween books this fall. The next book club meeting is on Thursday, September 25 at 5 pm on Zoom and will feature the book Property of the Rebel Librarian by Allison Varns about 12-year-old June Harper fighting censorship in her school. [...]
Back to school looks a lot different this year. Make it a bit easier to find reading materials for all ages with the Libby app. Libby provides thousands of eBooks and audiobooks for your phone, tablet, or computer- all FREE with your library card. Click here for more information.
The Library's book groups will continue on Zoom chat this fall. The next Book Exchange meeting is on Thursday, September 17 at 7 pm. New members are always welcome to join and books can be picked up from the Library. Click here for more information.
The Library wants to see your LEGO skills from home! Click the link below to visit our website and download a LEGO name plate or make a unique one at home. Then, send us a picture of your AMAZING LEGO creations on Thursday, September 3 to be featured in a photo collage on our website [...]
Watch Miss Melissa LIVE on select Thursdays at 1 pm from our Facebook page beginning this week on September 3. She will be reading brand new stories during the fall Storytime sessions and she really hopes that you will join her! Click here for more information.
At the beginning of each month, the Library will announce a new TikTok Challenge for teens (ages 13+). Create your own TikTok representing this month’s pirate theme for a chance to win some prizes and be featured on our social media pages! Click here for full contest rules.
Spotlight on a Book: The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson details an often untold American epic. The Great Migration was the movement of nearly 6 million black citizens as they fled the South in the 1900s for northern and western cities in search of a better life. Wilkerson interviewed thousands of individuals to [...]
Our FREE book boxes will be out today at 5 pm. Grab some books or magazines for free- and then keep them! These books have been weeded from our collection or have been donated by patrons. The boxes are pulled inside during our Curbside Pickup hours to ensure contactless service. Click here to learn more [...]
The Library's Between the Bookends: Fall 2020 Newsletter is now available on our website. This newsletter contains updates and virtual programming for the months of September, October, and November including craft kit pickups, virtual book clubs, and Book a Librarian Zoom appointments. Click here download your own copy.
We've got Curbside Pickup every day except Sundays! Place your holds today and a staff member will call you once your items become available to set a pickup time. Patrons can still place hold from other libraries in the CLEVNET system too! Click here to learn more about Curbside Pickup here.
Many libraries are unable to give out new library cards during the pandemic. But did you know that you can get a digital materials library card instantly? Provide a phone number and get instant access to thousands of eBooks and audiobooks on the OverDrive or Libby apps- all for FREE! Click here to get your [...]
The Library may be closed for now, but families can still work on the 1000 Book Before Kindergarten challenge! Request some children's books through Curbside Pickup. If you aren't sure what to request, call the Library and ask us to pick some books for you! Visit our website here to learn more about the 1000 [...]
Spotlight on a Book: Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng, takes place in a placid, progressive suburb of Cleveland, OH where everything is precisely planned. No one embodies this spirit more than Elena Richardson, whose guiding principle is playing by the rules. Enter Mia Warren with her teenage daughter Pearl. Mia carries a mysterious past [...]
Our FREE book boxes are back outside again (we pull them inside during our Curbside Pickup hours). We have free books for the taking- and you don't have to return them! There's an adult box, a children, tween, and teen box, and a free box for magazines. Take one or take them all! The boxes [...]
Due to safety concerns based on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, the Library will be going back to Curbside Pickup beginning on Friday, August 7. The Library will be closed to the public until further notice. We hope to return to a Limited Opening as soon as safely possible and we sincerely appreciate your [...]
Our Between the Bookends: Fall 2020 Newsletter is going digital this year! Click here to register your email to receive a copy. Due to our temporary change of services, we will not be mailing out our newsletter this fall. Instead, we will post a digital copy on our website and email a copy directly to [...]
Were you able to guess where Dewey was hiding last week? Check out his hiding spot here. Thank you so much for participating in the Library's Summer Learning Program activities! Next time you visit the Library, be sure to say “Hello!” to Dewey, the Library Gnome.
Spotlight on a Book: The End of October by Lawrence Wright is a riveting medical thriller with an unlikely but appealing hero that races to find the origins and cure of a mysterious new killer virus as it brings the world to its knees. In Indonesia, 47 people are pronounced dead with acute hemorrhagic fever. [...]
Introducing: The Library's Teen TikTok Challenge for the 2020 Summer Learning Program! Show us how you interpret our Summer Learning theme Imagine Your Story using the TikTok app. Check out Miss Melissa’s sample video here or search for them on the TikTok app @huronpubliclibrary. Click here for the contest rules. Send your TikTok videos to [...]
Complete today's Try It Tuesday craft and create your own dragons and knights. Remember, if you don't have a Curbside Craft Kit to follow along, you can pick one up at the Library today! When you're done, show us your creations in the comments or send us a picture to [email protected] Click here for more [...]
Filling out your census ensures a more accurate share of government representatives and funding. For the next 10 years, the federal government will rely on 2020 Census data to help distribute about $1.5 trillion in annual spending across 316 federal programs including: Medicaid, direct student loans, highway construction grants, low income tax credits and loans, [...]
Don't know what to read next? NPR's Book Concierge can help! Filter your search to find new Book Club Ideas, Mysteries, Historical Fiction, Nonfiction, and more. You can also mix and match the filters to explore more than 2,000 recommendations from NPR staff and trusted critics. Click here to find NPR's Book Concierge and other [...]
Teens who have completed Grades 7 - 12 can win this handful of gift cards by competing in the Library's Teen Creative Writing Contest. Choose from one of three writing prompts and then flex your creative writing skills to change the ending to your favorite fairy tale story. Entries must be submitted by Saturday, August [...]
On Wednesdays, during the Summer Learning Program, the Library posts an activity featuring fairy tale fun. This week's activity is a Storybook Character Contest for children and tweens in Kindergarten through Grade 6 (last completed). Make a costume based on one of your favorite storybook characters using ONLY household items! Pictures must be submitted by [...]
In today's Try It Tuesday craft, make some magic wands and potions for you fairy tale make-believe! Follow along with your Curbside Craft Kits. If you do not have a craft kit yet, stop by the Library and grab one while supplies last. Today's craft is the blue craft. Click here to view the instructional [...]
Adults have two more weeks to win prizes in this year's Summer Learning Program. Stop by the check-in desk at the Library to fill out your tickets. Prize bags are on display in the lobby.
Dewey had some of you fooled last week. Did you figure out where Dewey was hiding? Every Monday during the Library's Virtual Summer Learning Program, we will be posting a new picture of Dewey, the Library Gnome, in a secret location. Can you guess where Dewey is this week? Note: Please do not put your [...]
The Library would like to take a moment today to thank YOU, our amazing patrons! While we find our footing amid the current pandemic, we have had to upend our normal routine and services to the public. We also know that it is sometimes frustrating to wear a mask, especially in the summer heat! We [...]
Spotlight on a Book: Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other tracks 12 characters of different generations, political opinions, classes, faiths, and heritages as they move through one another’s worlds and times. Each person is drawn out in their own chapter, but their stories interweave: Some are friends, family, or lovers, while others simply happen to be [...]
Did you catch Thursday's Online Storytime celebrating the B.I.G (Beards International Gnome-athlon)? Click here to print off your own gnome face and create a beard that can win it all. You can use yarn, paper, pipe cleaners, cotton balls, or even glitter! Post your pictures on our Facebook page, email them to [email protected], or send [...]
Have you ever wanted to change the ending to a book, rewrite a fairy tale, or change the setting of a well known story? As part of our Virtual Summer Learning Program, teens in grades 7 - 12 can show off some creative writing skills! Pick one of the three provided writing prompts and start [...]
Today's Summer Learning Program activity features some Fairy Tale Fitness with "Mr. Melissa!" Watch the video and complete the fairy tale-themed challenges. Then make your own fairy tale challenge cards. Click here to watch Fairy Tale Fitness. Don't forget to share pictures and videos of your family and friends completing this fun workout! Post them [...]
Have you ever wondered what a library for birds would look like? Click here for a daily bird library live feed surprise!
Today is Try It Tuesday! In today's craft, you can make some feathered friends to go with your fairy tale adventures. Follow along with your Curbside Craft Kits. If you do not have a craft kit yet, stop by the Library and grab one while supplies last. Today's craft is the green craft. Complete today's [...]
The Library is now open to the public! Due to safety restrictions, the Library must monitor the number of patrons in the building. We recommend scheduling a reservation to visit to ensure your spot. Click here to read about our current safety regulations, services being offered, or to schedule your Library reservation here.
We really really hope that you were able to figure out where Dewey was last week! Every Monday during the Library's Virtual Summer Learning Program, we will be posting a new picture of Dewey, the Library Gnome, in a secret location. Can you guess where Dewey is this week? Note: Please do not put your [...]
Looking for an indoor activity for this upcoming hot and rainy weekend? Build a castle to compete in our LEGO Castle Contest! Create your best castle (LEGOs are suggested, but not required) and send us a picture by Wednesday, July 15.
On Wednesdays during the Summer Learning Program we post a fun fairy tale activity for you to do at home. This week you can complete our Fairy Tale Scavenger Hunt. How many items can you find around your own home? Click here for a printable version of the scavenger hunt. Note: There is no prize [...]
We have not forgotten about Summer Learning for the adults! The program is simplified this year: read a book, then fill out a ticket for weekly prize drawings! Find the Adult SLP contest under the main TV monitor in the Lobby.
In this Try It Tuesday you can make some magical fairytale tube characters! Follow along with your Curbside Craft Kits or you can gather this craft's supplies from home. Today's craft is the yellow craft. Complete today's Try It Tuesday craft by following the links below! Make one fairy tale tube character, or make all [...]
The Library is now open to the public! Due to safety regulations, we are only allowed to have 20 patrons in the building per hour. We strongly suggest reserving a time to visit. Please visit our website here to reserve your time or to learn more about our current services and safety rules.
Did you figure out where Dewey was last week? Every Monday during the Library's Virtual Summer Learning Program, we will be posting a new picture of Dewey, the Library Gnome, in a secret location. Can you guess where Dewey is this week? NOTE: Please do not put your answers in the comments on Facebook. To [...]
On Wednesdays during the Summer Learning Program we post a fun fairy tale activity for you to do at home. This week features a LEGO building contest! Build your best castle (LEGOs are suggested, but not required) and send us a picture by Wednesday, July 15. Don't have any LEGOs? No worries! You can still [...]
Can you escape Hogwarts in this Digital Escape Room? As part of our Virtual Summer Learning Program, teens (and other Potter-fanatics) can try out this Hogwarts Escape Room. Will you make it to the end? Let us know how you did in the comments! Click here to try it for yourself.
Miss Melissa's LIVE Storytime on Thursday featured the book The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munsch. Click here to make your very own Princess Elizabeth at home. You can also watch a video of the author retelling the story by clicking here.
Happy Fourth of July weekend from the Huron Public Library! Reminder: Library services will be closed this Friday, July 3. Miss Melissa will not be at the park for Robin Hood Day and we will not be offering Curbside Pickup on Friday. We will be reopening to the public beginning next Monday, July 6. The [...]
As the Library reopens from the temporary closure, new precautions have been established to ensure the safety of both staff and patrons. In order to limit crowding in the Library building, only 20 patrons will be able to enter the Library per hour. We encourage patrons to reserve a time slot to visit the Library. [...]
Complete a sand art craft in today's Try It Tuesday by following along with your Curbside Craft Kits. Today's craft is the orange craft. Don't forget to send us your amazing sand art pictures by messaging us or [email protected]! Check out Miss Melissa's video here. Here are the instructions.
Were you able to guess where Dewey was last week? Every Monday during the Library's Virtual Summer Learning Program, we will be posting a new picture of Dewey, the Library Gnome, in a secret location. Can you guess where Dewey is this week? NOTE: Please do not put your answers in the comments. To submit [...]
The Summer Learning Program theme this year is "Imagine Your Story," featuring fairy tales and folklore. The Library's FREE Hoopla app has plenty of eBooks, movies, audiobooks, graphic novels, and more for all ages that fit this theme perfectly! See what you can find today with your library card! Click here to learn more about [...]
We refill our FREE book boxes every weekday! We were out of child/tween/teen books for a minute, but we found more! Come by the Library and see what you can find. FREE book boxes are outside the Center ST entrance until the Library is open to the public (Note: We pull the boxes inside during [...]
On Wednesdays, we post a fun fairy tale activity for you to do at home. This week, make your own fairy garden! You can make this garden with supplies you can find at a local dollar store, or get creative with supplies at home. Once you finish, send us your amazing garden pictures! Click here [...]
Spotlight on a Book: Tender and empowering, Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry is an ode to loving your natural hair and a celebration of dads and daughters everywhere. When mommy does Zuri’s hair, she feels like a superhero. But when mommy is away, it’s up to daddy to step in! Put this book on [...]
Complete some Fairy Wind Chimes by following along with your Curbside Craft Kits. Today's craft is the red craft. Don't forget to show us your beautiful creations when you are done! Check out the video here. Or you can click here to view the flyer.
Online Storytime with Miss Melissa has moved to Thursdays at 1 pm. Miss Melissa will share a new story with you and reveal the location for her Robin Hood Book Bike on Friday. Tune in to our Facebook page tomorrow to watch LIVE!
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Miss Melissa and Miss Vicki had a blast seeing everyone today during the Curbside Craft Pickup! We hope that you had fun seeing them too.
Our extended Curbside Pickup hours begin this week. You can now pick up books from 11 am - 5 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays or from 2 - 6 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Click here to learn how to use our Curbside Pickup.
Now that the Library has a name for our gnome, can you figure out where Dewey is hiding? Follow the directions in the picture to submit a guess for the contest. Winners will be announced next Monday (6/29). Click here for details.
And the winner of our Name the Gnome Contest is.... Braden H. with the name Dewey! Thank you for all of the great name suggestions. Keep an eye on our social media pages on Mondays during our Summer Learning Program to see if you can figure out where Dewey is hiding around Huron.
Change can happen if we work together. Juneteenth is an annual celebration of black liberation. Honor Juneteenth this weekend by taking a moment to learn what it's like to walk in another person's shoes. For more information - check out this PBS.org article. There is something for every age and interest on our Race & [...]
You can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 by following simple daily precautions. Learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19 here.
Father's Day is Sunday, June 21. If you haven't grabbed a card yet, check out these super cool, simple crafts that you can make from home! Click here to get inspired.
Spotlight on a Book: Counting Descent is a book of poems by author Clint Smith that celebrates black humanity while also exploring a world that often renders blackness as a caricature of fear. Smith writes in a way that is simple, yet deep, and allows readers to reflect on what it may be like growing [...]
We've updated our website with the Virtual Summer Learning Program details. Registration begins Monday, June 15 at 9 am. Click here to read all about it. Click here to register. Help us Name the Gnome as part of our Summer Learning Program Kick-Off. Send us your name ideas before Friday, June 19. Once we have [...]
Thank you to all who played along with our Fun Friday event: Count the Cardigans. Those who guessed closest to the total were entered into a drawing and a winner was picked from there. Click here to check out the images below to count again and to see our winner!
June is Pride Month, commemorating the Stonewall riots that occurred at the end of June in 1969. Download our FREE Hoopla app to learn more about the Stonewall riots or to find some of your own ways to celebrate Pride! Click here to learn more about Hoopla.
Miss Melissa will be reading some new books LIVE again this Tuesday and Thursday at 1 pm. Tomorrow, she will FINALLY be reading the two books pictured here: The Rabbit Listened and Grumpy Monkey! Tune in to our Facebook page at 1 pm to check it out. Don't forget, if you miss one of her [...]
The Library Board of Trustees met this Wednesday, June 10. They have decided that the Library will reopen to a Limited Opening on Monday, July 6. We thank you for your continued patience and we are looking forward to seeing our patrons in the Library! Click here to visit our website to learn about our [...]
The Library has added a Race & Racism Reading and Watch List to our website. This list provides suggested materials for adults, tweens, teens, and children. Click here to check it out.
Patrons have been asking about our Summer Learning Program...and we finally have some news! Registration for our SLP will begin on Monday, June 15 for PreK through Grade 6. This program will be virtual and there will be NO WAITLISTING this year. We hope to have more information on our website by the end of [...]
Miss Melissa is giving everyone one more chance to guess how many cardigans she has! Count the cardigans from Miss Melissa's first 30 Online Storytimes (find the "Videos" section on our page) and post your answer here to enter the contest. She will be selecting a winner this Friday! Hint: Include hoodies and jean jackets [...]
Happy Friday Library friends! Miss Melissa shares a Friday Fun craft tutorial from Happy Hooligans. Check out her introduction video and then click here to learn the steps.
These are some excellent YA books that tackle sensitive issues of race and racism and can lead to very necessary conversations about where we go from here. One of the best ways to start a difficult conversation is through literature. You can borrow these books through our Curbside Pickup or find digital copies on Libby [...]
Have a question? Call the Library! We can help with all kinds of questions- from questions about your library account or Curbside Pickup, to questions about passports, local restaurant hours, movie recommendations, taxes, and more! We are here for you from 1 - 5 pm, Monday through Friday. 419-433-5009
Are you out of Library books?! Call us at (419) 433-5009 or place some items on hold with our Curbside Pickup service. Once you place a hold, we will call you when your items are available to schedule a time for a contactless pickup. Place your holds today! Click here for more details.
Want more activities to go with Miss Melissa's Online Storytime? Check out this activity page and video that partner perfectly with Miss Melissa's LIVE Storytime video as she reads Glad Monster Sad Monster by Ed Emberley & Anne Miranda: Two ways to craft: Click here to get the monster craft template and make your own [...]
Here are some excellent books that explore race and racism in America. You can find these digital books on our FREE Libby app or place a hold and pick a few up with our Curbside Pickup service! Visit our website for more details about Libby and Curbside Pickup. The Huron Public Library stands with the [...]
Miss Melissa is still waiting for your letters! Write her a letter this weekend: share a story, tell her what you want to do this summer, write a poem, draw a picture, or just tell her what you are reading now! Don't forget to add a return address for a response from Miss Melissa herself! [...]
Update: We will be temporarily pulling our FREE book boxes inside during our Curbside Pickup from 1 - 5 pm this week to ensure that our service can be contactless. The book boxes will be back outside after Curbside ends at 5 pm. We have FREE books outside! The Library is still temporarily closed, but [...]
Hoopla has a large collection of digital materials- from children's music and new popular hits, to classic novels and even magazines. Check it out on the FREE library app and start listening today! Click here for more information about Hoopla.
Our outdoor drop boxes are open and Curbside Pickup starts next Monday, June 1. This service will be offered from 2 - 5 pm, Monday through Friday. Patrons can either place holds via the CLEVNET catalog (starting on Monday) or by calling the Library at (419) 433-5009. Pickups are limited to 10 items per library [...]
For today's Friday Fun activity, can you count how many cardigans Miss Melissa has worn so far for her Online Storytimes? Visit the "Videos” section on our Facebook page to see all of Miss Melissa's past LIVE Storytimes to count the cardigans and then comment your answers here. Miss Melissa will select one winner next [...]
Did you catch Thursday's Online Storytime? Miss Melissa wants you to practice your opposites at home with the flashcards she shared! Click here to print your own opposites flashcards and more practice worksheets.
It may be raining in Huron again today, but it's not raining at the Monterey Bay Aquarium! Check out the awesome fish on display here.
The Library will be offering Curbside Pickup starting on Monday, June 1. We will also be opening our outdoor drop boxes next week. More details about Curbside Pickup will be released soon.
Miss Melissa is sending out her first round of letter responses today. If you haven't written her a letter yet, start one right now! Here's a reminder if you need the address - Huron Public Library: Attn. Miss Melissa 333 Williams St. Huron, OH 44839
These AMAZING sheep were made by Neil after watching Miss Melissa read "Where Is the Green Sheep?" by Mem Fox. Click here to watch (or rewatch) this Online Storytime and make some sheep of your own.
Running low on materials to keep you busy or entertained? We know that our patrons are missing the Library. Our free apps like Hoopla and Libby have digital materials for ALL ages. Check out movies, TV shows, graphic novels, magazines, music, audiobooks, and eBooks all free with your library card. Click here to learn more [...]
Have some Friday Fun with this toilet paper roll craft. Kellyn will walk you through how to make some nifty indoor planters from supplies you can find at home! Check out the video here.
Thanks for watching Online Storytime with Miss Melissa. Create your own sheep and then share a picture with us in the comments on our Facebook page. Click here to print the template for your own green sheep popsicle puppets.
Google Arts & Culture is a non-profit initiative with a mission to preserve and bring the world’s art and culture online so it’s accessible to anyone, anywhere. Enjoy virtual art galleries, find free coloring activities, or find out which artwork looks like you using the Art Selfie. Check out the platform here.
Are you a teen looking for something to do during the quarantine? QuaranTEEN provides teens with reading blogs by teens, DIY projects, and other boredom busters. You can even help the New York Public Library transcribe historical restaurant menus for their collection. Click here to explore!
Wearing a cloth face covering correctly can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others. When you go out on essential trips, follow these “do’s." If you have a child, remember those under age 2 should not wear a face covering. For more information, visit the link here provided by the library.
There is a lot of misinformation on social media about COVID-19. NewsGuard provides 19 COVID-19 myths, and traces them back to the source. Click here for more information.
Miss the Library and your story time friends? Now you can write Miss Melissa a letter! Draw a picture, share a story, tell us what you've been reading, or just write to her and tell her what you miss about this Library. Be sure to send it to the address listed here - Huron Library, [...]
In honor of National Nurse Week, give a shout out to a nurse or medical worker you know and show them that you care! They deserve our thanks and admiration in the best of times, and a whole lot more than that right now. You can also share this link here listing all the places [...]
Chef Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Cooking School online classes are FREE through May 31. Take advantage of these classes to learn recipes and new skills, from baking and vegetarian food, to knife skills and instant pot use. Click here to explore!
Do you have an idea for an easy Mother's Day gift? Mother's Day is coming up this Sunday, May 10. Share your ideas with others in the comments below! All the crafts in this picture can be found here.
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Don't forget - A staff member is available now to answer your questions! Call the Library at (419) 433-5009 between 1 - 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Don't forget that Miss Melissa is still hosting online storytime on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1pm. If you miss the live version, you can watch the storytime (and any you missed) on the library's Facebook page here. Keep an eye on the page for lots of Miss Melissa fun!
The digital magazine TIME for Kids is free until the end of the school year. You can select digital magazines for Kindergarten through Grade 8. Check out the details provided by the Huron Library here.
Click here for a video of our Friday afternoon quarantine craft. In this craft, Kellyn will show you how to create a Tornado in a Jar using items you have at home! Once you complete the craft, feel free to share some of your tornadoes with us!
Miss Melissa's family would like to share their Toilet Paper Roll Craft with you! The link for their springtime butterfly craft is here, with printable template pictures here.
Did you know that you can checkout digital magazines on the Libby app that you can browse for free? Click here for more information about the Libby app. Don't have a library card? No problem! Click here.
Today's Staff Pick Comfort Reads come from Clay. You've probably seen Clay working at the front desk, but he is also one of the Library's Custodians and helps to keep building clean! What have you been reading during the quarantine? Click here to see Clay's picks.
Starting Monday, April 20, Library staff members will be available to take phone calls during the temporary closure. Call in Monday through Friday from 1 - 5 pm to ask us reference questions. Ask us about: eBook and eMedia apps, stimulus checks, voting, senior hours at local stores, the 2020 Census, which restaurants offer carry-out, [...]
Wish there was a way to fact-check your politicians? Fact-checking journalism is at the heart of PolitiFact, a Pulitzer Prize winning website. Examine statements made by members of Congress, the president, governors, mayors, lobbyists, and anyone else involved in American politics. Click here to see more free resources on the Library's website.
Even though the Library is temporarily closed, you can still read 1000 Books Before Kindergarten! This program encourages parents to read 1000 books with a child before they enter Kindergarten– a goal that experts say children need to reach to help them learn to read for themselves. Find out how to join today by clicking [...]
Celebrate National Poetry Month this April by using Hoopla to read or listen to some new poetry books. All you need is your library card. Click here for more information on Hoopla Digital.
Congratulations to the winners of this year's 44839: Poetry from a Zip Code Poetry Contest! Visit the Library's Virtual Poetry Event here to listen the winners announced by the Director of the Library Copies of 44839: Poetry from a Zip Code Vol. III will be available when the Library reopens, but you can also visit [...]
Our Staff Pick Comfort Reads today come from Miss Melissa, the Library's Head of Youth Services. Have you read some of these books lately? Let us know what you think! Click here to see her must reads.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is now available as an eBook or audiobook in our digital collection with unlimited access- meaning NO WAITLIST OR HOLDS. Download Libby or OverDrive today to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter! Click here to learn more about Libby or OverDrive digital libraries
If you haven’t completed your 2020 Census yet, here is what to expect. This week, a second reminder should go out with a hard copy of the census. Responding to the 2020 Census affects the amount of funding your community receives, how your community plans for the future, and your representation in government. Check out [...]
Want to learn some new skills while being stuck at home? Lynda provides courses in topics like music, business, art, computers, photography, and more! As a CLEVNET library cardholder, you have access to all of these courses for FREE. Click here to visit our website to log in to Lynda or to find more information
Hoopla now offers Bonus Borrows that don't count towards the 10 item monthly limit! These include movies, music, ebooks, and audiobook borrows for children and adults- for FREE. To find the Bonus Borrows on the Hoopla website: Click "Browse," select a material type, click "Categories," and then select "Bonus Borrows." To find the Bonus Borrows [...]
Here's some great information passed along from the library on the importance of protecting yourself during these times. Gov. Mike Dewine's Press Briefing details - Sandusky Register How to Make Your Own Mask - Instructions
Miss Melissa's Online Storytimes are moving to Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tune in to our Facebook page at 1 pm to see her read some cool new stories LIVE. Be sure to keep an eye on our page for more Miss Melissa fun!
The easiest way to practice social distancing while voting is by mailing in an absentee ballot. The Ohio General Assembly has extended the Ohio Vote-by-Mail deadline to April 28. Make your voice heard! Click here for more information.
On Thursday, April 2 Governor DeWine extended the Ohio stay-at-home order in an attempt to reduce exposure to COVID-19. In response to this, the Huron Public Library will remain closed until Governor DeWine and his staff have determined that the danger of the extended effects of the coronavirus have ceased. At this point, the Library [...]
Thanks for joining us in today's Storytime Live. Click on the link here for your own copy of today's windblown pieces.
Due to precautions necessary to slow the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, the annual poetry event that normally takes place during the month of April has been postponed at this time. Instead, both patrons and poets can hear poems read aloud at the Library's Virtual Poetry Event. Winners will still be announced in April, and [...]
Today's Staff Pick Comfort Reads come from McKenna, the Library's Marketing & Emerging Technology Librarian. Check out her comfort reads by clicking here. Don't have the books at home? Find the eBook or audiobook versions on the Libby app, and then let us know what you think! Click here to learn more about Libby.
The Huron Public Library Board of Trustees meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday, April 8 has been postponed until Wednesday, May 13 at 7 pm. Please continue to check our website for more information concerning cancellations and closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our next Staff Pick Comfort Reads come from Kathleen, one of our Circulation Technicians. What are your comfort reads? Check out her's here. Remember: You can read these books and more by downloading the Libby or OverDrive apps. Click the link for more details: https://www.huronlibrary.org/digital-content/libby-overdrive [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
Holly, the Library's Adult Services Manager, has some new Staff Pick Comfort Reads for you. Have you read these yet? Check out her Comfort Reads here. Click the link for more Comfort Read suggestions: https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/4004.Favorite_Comfort_Reads [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
If you don't have a library card and still want to access our OverDrive digital materials, you can now sign up for an instant digital card. Access thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, eMagazines, and streaming videos by registering for a digital library card. Patrons must live in the CLEVNET service area and have a valid cell [...]
What an honor! Miss Melissa was featured on the Scary Mommy Blog post - 9 Virtual Story Hours to Keep Your Kiddos Occupied. Click here to read the whole post.
Need help finding books to match reading levels? Visit https://www.arbookfind.com/ and go to "Advanced Search" to search by AR or Lexile levels. After you find books to match a reading level, you can use the Libby app to look up an eBook or audiobook version of the book! Visit our website for more information about [...]
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Our first Staff Pick Comfort Reads come from Shelby, the Library's Circulation & Technical Services Manager. Have you read these books? Let us know what you think in the comments! Remember: You can read these books and more by downloading the Libby or OverDrive apps. Click here for more information.
Newspaper Archive, which provides access to a 300 million page newspaper collection, is making their holdings available during the current coronavirus outbreak. Click here to visit our website CLEVNET database page to access the newspaper collection.
Everyone living in the United States is required by law to be counted in the 2020 Census. Fill it out online, by phone, or by mail. Shape Your Future. Support Your Community. View the video posted by the Huron Library here
Check out the article on our wonderful Children's Librarian, Miss Melissa on the Sandusky Register here. As a reminder, she will be hosting storytime live everyday at 1pm on Facebook while the library is closed.
Looking for something to keep you busy? Try checking out our collection of online reference databases. Learn a language, research your ancestors, identify types of trees and snakes, figure out how to complete that home improvement project, fix your car, or just browse the Hobbies and Craft Reference Center. The possibilities for research and enrichment [...]
Just because the Library is closed, doesn't mean you have to miss storytime. Miss Melissa will be hosting live, online storytimes on the Library's Facebook page. Visit the page here for more information and times.
Even if the Library is closed, patrons can still access our digital materials. Libby and OverDrive are free library apps for ebooks and audiobooks, and Hoopla is a free library app for audiobooks, ebooks, movies, TV, music, and more! There is even a Kids Mode available by adjusting your Hoopla settings. All you need is [...]
On Thursday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that all Ohio schools will be closed for three weeks beginning on Monday, March 16 as precaution against the spread of coronavirus. Because of this, the Trustees of the Huron Public Library have also decided to close the Library starting on Monday, March 16 until Sunday, April 5. [...]
The Huron Library has cancelled the Spring Cleaning Crafts for Kids and the Memories of Mary Cassatt, 1914.
Check out our Library of Things! The Huron Public Library now loans out a number of nontraditional library materials including: Wi-Fi Hotspots, Literacy Launchpads and Backpacks for children, Nebula projectors, ukuleles, device charging cords, puzzles, and more. Stop by or call the Library for more information.
Interested in joining the Friends of the Huron Public Library? The Friends Annual Meeting is this Thursday, March 5 at 6 pm. Come join and vote for Friends leadership. This program will be at the Library in Room A. No registration required. Don't forget - on March 3, 4, and 5, Marconi's in Huron, OH [...]
The Girls Who Code Coding Club is back this spring! Girls in Grades 3 - 5 can join this beginner's club to learn valuable computer science skills in a fun, safe environment. Boys may also join if they don't mind being in a predominately female environment. The first meeting is this Thursday, March 5 at [...]
The Teen Library Council meets this Sunday, March 8 at 3 pm to discuss Summer Learning Program ideas for teens. If you're in Grades 7 - 12 and you have some ideas for programs that you want to see at the Library this summer, come to this program and let us know! Click here for [...]
We still have a few spaces left for children in Kindergarten - Grade 6 for LEGO Builders Club this Thursday, March 5 at 4:30 pm. Miss Melissa will lead a LEGO game, followed by time to build with the Library's LEGO collection. Click here to register.
If you've been in the Library lately, you've probably noticed that we've moved around a couple things upstairs in our Adult Services section. Westerns are now located next to the Adult Graphic Novel section by the new adult books. And biographies and paperbacks have been moved around as well. If you have trouble finding anything, [...]
It may not look like spring outside yet, but the Library's Spring Storytime sessions begin next week. The first session lasts from March 3 to April 1. Find the perfect Storytime for your little ones! Click here for more information and the whole schedule.
In honor of Read Across America Day, stop by the Library on Monday, March 2 and earn a raffle ticket when you check items out on this day for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Books-A-Million! All ages can participate.
Girls Who Code is back at the Library every Thursday at 4:30 pm from March 5 - May 7. This spring, girls in Grades 3 - 5 can come to this beginner's coding club to learn valuable computer science skills in a supportive and safe environment. Boys may also register as long as they don’t [...]
Have a question about a new device? Drop in for Tech Connect this Thursday, February 27 between 3 - 4 pm and let McKenna and Holly help you with your technology needs. Ask how to use and download apps, how to download free books to your smart device, how to save photos, or any other [...]
The next DEEP meeting is at the Library tomorrow, February 26 from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. This program is designed to help people with pre-diabetes, diabetes, and those relatives and caregivers of people with diabetes to gain an understanding of diabetes self-care. Visit the event link for more details and registration.
Select Tuesdays at 6:30 pm Evening Family Storytime is a family affair. Join us and share stories, songs, and fun! All ages are welcome. We engage your little one in a variety of ways that stimulate the development of early literacy skills through books, flannel boards, songs, stories, and much more. This is a free [...]
Select Mondays from 4 - 7 pm For Grades 7 - 12. Whether you’re a dungeon master or a beginner, come to play D&D with other players. All supplies will be provided, but feel free to bring along your favorite set of dice. If you have questions about the game, please email Clay, the Dungeon [...]
Saturday, March 14 at 12 pm Join us for an afternoon tea as Stephanie Kramer portrays the life and times of artist Mary Cassatt, as well as some of her contemporaries in the year 1914. Refreshments will be served. Click the link to register.
Select Saturdays at 10:30 am Come to the Library for this program to learn from other photographers and to share successes and failures. Beginners and experts are both welcome. No registration required. March Sessions - March 7 - March 21 April Sessions - April 4 - April 18 May Sessions - May 2 - May [...]
Everyone is welcome to join local chess enthusiast Paul Sherwood who is available as instructor or competitor. Come for fun or to improve your game. Open to all ages and abilities. No registration required. March Sessions: Saturday 3/7 at 10am Wednesday 3/18 at 6pm Sunday 3/29 at 1pm April Sessions: Saturday 4/11 at 10am Wednesday [...]
Bonnie Culbertson travels the world and writes about it on her blog Earth Regarded Travel. Join us on Tuesday, March 3 at 7pm at the library to learn about ethical and sustainable travel. Click here to register.
March 1, 3, 4, and 5 Marconi’s will donate 10% of guest checks to the FRIENDS of the Huron Public Library. You must present the Marconi's FRIENDS coupon when ordering. You can find the coupon in the Library's Spring 2020 Newsletter or on the FRIENDS page of our website. Feel free to give coupons to [...]
Join Master Gardner Mary Strayer, from OSU Extension, on Monday, March 23 at 6:30pm at the library as she discusses new plants introduced this year. Click here to register.
Learn about the safety of our water along Lake Erie and how it is tested. Join us on Tuesday March 10 at 6:30pm at the library for an overview of how the Ohio Department of Health monitors our beaches along Lake Erie with the assistance of Erie County Department of Health. Click here to register.
Join Holly and Paul for this final program in the Birding Using Technology series on Tuesday, February 25 at 6:30 pm. This program covers other birding apps that you may find useful in the field. You can still register for this program even if you did not attend the previous programs in the series. Click [...]
Visit the Library this Thursday, February 20 at 6:30 pm for this Huron Garden Club program. No registration required. Click here for more information.
Join us at the Library tomorrow, February 19 at 7 pm for the Socrates Café Discussion Group. This program is a monthly philosophical discussion between community members. Coffee is provided and no registration is necessary. Click here to learn more about this monthly program.
The Stuffed Animal Sleepover is back! Bring your favorite stuffed friend to the Library on Tuesday, February 18 at 6:30 pm for a special Storytime. Then tuck them into bed and come back the next day to see what your buddy was up to all night! Suggested for ages 4 - Grade 3. Click here [...]
The Library will be CLOSED for Presidents' Day on Monday, February 17. No items will be due on this day and outdoor book drops will remain open. Patrons may still renew items and place items on hold by logging into our catalog with a library card number and a PIN. The Library will resume regular [...]
February is Black History Month. Visit the Library to check out some great books or movies featuring African American authors and actors. You can also download the Hoopla app to instantly read, listen to, or watch materials for free with your library card. Get all of the details on Hoopla here.
Register today for our Preschool Storytime Craft this Wednesday, February 12 at 1:30 pm. This special craft occurs on the last day of a Preschool Storytime session. Click here to register.
💜🏀💛CHIMMY CHALLENGE💛🏀💜 SBC 3 POINT SHOOTOUT!! Friday 2/7 Boys Basketball 🏀Oak Harbor @ Huron 🏀Tiffin @ Vermilion Saturday 2/8 Girls Basketball 🏀Norwalk @ Bellevue 🏀Perkins @ Vermilion 🏀Edison @ Port Clinton 🏀Willard @ Huron Saturday 2/8 Boys Basketball 🏀St.Paul @ Sandusky St. Mary 🏀Oak Harbor @ Bellevue 🏀Tiffin @ Port Clinton 🏀South Central @ Edison [...]
Visit the Library next Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 pm for a program on Podcasts. McKenna, our Emerging Technology Librarian, will walk you through what exactly a podcast is and how you can listen to podcasts from your device, a Bluetooth speaker, or even in your car. Click here to register.
There are still a few spaces left in Thursday's LEGO Builders Club. Visit the Library on February 6 at 4:30 for some LEGO fun! These sessions begin with a LEGO-themed game followed by a chance to build with our LEGO collection. For Kindergarten through Grade 6. Click here to register.
Let us be your matchmaker! Visit our Blind Date with a Book display by the Circulation Desk from now until Friday, February 14 to choose your blind date. Each book is wrapped for secrecy with a brief description on the tag There are books for all ages!
Love reading? Try one of our book clubs! Each book club meets monthly to discuss a new book and books are selected on an annual basis with input from the group members. To join a book group, visit our kiosk by the Circulation Desk to grab the latest book. Visit our website for upcoming book [...]
Every Wednesday from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm from February 19 - March 25 Brought to the Library by Serving our Seniors. The Diabetes Empowerment Education Program, also known as DEEP™, is an education curriculum designed to help people with pre-diabetes, diabetes, and those relatives and caregivers of people with diabetes to gain an understanding [...]
Thursday, February 13 at 6:30 pm Come to this program to learn what podcasting is and how to download a podcast to your smart device. Also learn about some popular and entertaining podcasts that you can listen to at home. Click here to register.
Thursday, February 20 at 6:30 pm Brought to the Library by the Huron Garden Club. No registration required.
Sunday, February 9 at 3 pm Live with the FRIENDS of the Huron Public Library presents: Emily Keener. Cleveland-based singer/songwriter Emily Keener is a craftswomen of emotion. Her take on alternative folk is somewhere between Joni Mitchell, Elliot Smith, and Paul Simon. No registration required.
Tuesday, February 4 at 7 pm Travis Sanders is an accomplished clairvoyant medium, author and teacher who has been working professionally for over a decade. His work with Spirit has been featured on numerous radio and television programs including CBS & Hay House Radio and most notably A&E's Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal. He [...]
The Library will be opening late for Staff Census Training on Wednesday, January 22. Patrons may still renew items and place items on hold by logging into our catalog with a library card number and a 4 digit PIN. The Library will open to regular hours at 10 am.
Do you like Stranger Things? Are you brave enough to face a demogorgon? Maybe you just want to escape the harsh realities of winter? Join our new Dungeons & Dragons Club! Dungeon Master Clay welcomes both D&D beginners and experts. Snacks are also provided. For teens in Grades 7 - 12. The next club meeting [...]
Love birding? Learn how to bird even better with the help of some amazing birding websites and apps! Visit the Library for these Birding Using Technology programs. Come to one or all three! Session 1: Tuesday, January 28 Holly Lynn and Paul Sherwood will show you how to set up an account on eBird, how [...]
Did you know that you can check out Literacy Backpacks from the Library? The Library currently lends out Literacy Backpacks for Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 2. Each backpack is filled with games and other fun activities designed to help children practice important reading skills. The loan period is three weeks and the backpacks come [...]
Visit the Library for Unfinished Business/ Jump Start Knitting. Barbara Wilson leads this popular walk-in program for knitters of all levels on select Tuesdays, January 14, 21, 28, February 4, and 11 from 6:30 - 8 pm. This program provides one-on-one guidance for those who have hit a snag in their most recent project and [...]
Don't forget: Storytimes with Miss Melissa and Miss Vicki begin again this week. This second winter session is from January 14 - February 12. All programs are free and no registration is required. Visit our website (click here) to find the perfect Storytime for your family.
The Library is doing some early Spring cleaning and we have some items that need to go! We are now accepting donations for seven 3' x 6' folding, white tables and two 4' x 10' white boards. You choose the price to pay and all proceeds go to the Friends of the Library. Transportation of [...]
You still have time to participate in our January Kindness Campaign. This week (until January 11) the Library is partnering with local businesses for a Kindness Campaign. Visit our YA area and grab some ideas for spreading kindness in your community. We are also collecting donations of non-perishable food items and winter items like coats, [...]
There are still a few spots left in this month's LEGO Builders Club for Kindergarten through Grade 6. Visit the Library on Thursday, January 9 at 4:30 pm for some LEGO fun! Click here to register.
Are you a teen with ideas to change your community? Join the Teen Library Council at the Library. The next meeting is Sunday, January 12 at 3 pm. No registration required. Click here to learn more or to sign up.
Check out the Firelands Shutterbugs Photography Club in the Gallery this month (on the lower level of the Library). Let them know what you think!
Sunday, January 12 at 2:30 pm Suggested for families of children age 4 and older. Need something fun to add to your family’s calendar? Come to the Library for a special viewing of Abominable. Cool treats and beverages will be served. Registration encouraged - Click here to sign up
Select Tuesdays at 6:30 pm Session 1: Tuesday, January 28 Holly Lynn and Paul Sherwood will show you how to set up an account on eBird, how to keep track of your birding life list, and how to post your birding lists for others on the website to see. Session 2: Tuesday, February 11 In [...]
Introductory Meeting: Saturday, January 11 at 10 am For Grades 7 - 12. Future dates to be determined by the group. Teens are invited to an introductory meeting about the start of a new photography club just for teens! Teens can come to learn the fundamentals of digital photography. This program covers how to use [...]