Brian Seech and Fred Saluga have been involved in cryptid research for many years. Brian runs Center for Cryptozoological Studies as well as Center for Unexplained Events. Fred runs Mountain State Sasquatch Watch and CUE's sister group, West Virginia Center for Unexplained Events, and is state director of WV MUFON (Mutual UFO Network).
Please turn in your bubble sheets so we can use them to plan for next year. If you turn them in before Wednesday, July 29th, you will be entered into the basket drawing. Thank you for your help.
2015 is the Summer of the Superhero. - Summer Reading Club is for all library users. We will have Story Time, Toddler Time, The Science of Superheroes, Guest Story Tellers, Book Discussion Group, take home activities, and reading incentives for school-aged guests. Teens and Adults have separate programs and incentives. Become a "Guardian of the Library" and earn a membership sign for your yard by reading this summer!
Running June 1 - July 29, 2015
Sign up begins June 1
SYNC is an online program sponsored by audiobook publishers and AudioFile Magazine to introduce the listening experience to your young adult audience. SYNC offers two free complete audiobook downloads each week, for 14 weeks beginning May 7, for listeners ages 13+. Each week SYNC offers a contemporary young adult audiobook paired thematically with a classic audiobook title. SYNC is dedicated to introducing the listening experience to the young adult audience and demonstrating that required reading can be completed by listening.Check out the schedule and list of books offered here: http://www.audiobooksync.com/
UPDATE: You can check out periodicals on the same digital library website where you currently borrow eBooks, digital audiobooks and streaming video titles. All that is required is a valid library card and a NOOK account (you don't need a NOOK device). Titles can be read via a NOOK tablet device or Free NOOK Reading App available for a multitude of smartphones and tablets.
Do you or someone you know have an eBook reader or tablet? Point them in the direction of the library. The Carnegie Public Library offers you best-selling and classic audiobooks, eBooks, music, and video available 24/7 from the library’s eBook catalog, http://ohdbks.lib.overdrive.com/ or http://ohioebooks.org.