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Worch Library Reaching Out to Patrons
Worch Library wants to make sure the community is aware of all the great things happening at the library each month. From story times for the children to the adults that want to learn how to make bread.
To do this, the library is now sending out the monthly newsletter via email. Patrons that have included their email addresses with their account information can receive the newsletter through their email. Also available via email are program updates.
If you are interested in having these services available to you, just let one of the staff know and your name will be included on the list. You may have been asked to be placed on the email list when updating your card.
The library will not pull email addresses from accounts to send this information. The service is only for those which request it or agree to the distribution.
Adult Book: Other People's Children by R.J. Hoffmann
Juvenile Book: Midnight Madness at the Zoo by
Young Adult Book: Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo
DVD: Son of the South
Worch Library now has a monthly newsletter for our young patrons. For information on events at the library and to access other fun activities, click the link below.
May the 4th Be With You
Worch Library will be celebrating Star Wars May the 4th Be With You all week.
Come in anytime during May 3rd to May 8th to do any or all of the cool activities available for children of all ages. Make an origami star ship, test your wits on the Star Wars trivia game, find baby Yoda hiding in the library or color your favorite characters.
While at the library, make sure to get your name in for the May the 4th Be With You prize drawings that are available in the kids area downstairs and the library’s main floor.
For more information about this activity or anything else happening at the library visit the website at or call the library at 937-526-3416.
Some of the upcoming events in May
Needle Arts Network --May 4th @ 6:00 p.m.
Push Your Shelf Book Club -- May 3rd @ 3:15 p.m.
Lunch Bunch Book Club -- May 20th @ 12:00 p.m.
Bookends Book Club -- May 20th @ 6:30 p.m.
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—T. S. Eliot