We forward monthly flyers by email to any subscribed patrons as well as having printed copies available in the library. If you would like to have your copy mailed, please contact the library by phone at 740.924.3561 or by email. We're hoping that by updating the information monthly, we'll be better able to keep our patrons aware of current programming.
To view the current newsletter please click here: DECEMBER
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 7-8PM
Always dreamed of gingerbread houses? You’ll love our hands-on gingerbread workshop just in time for the holidays. Adults and families are invited to attend our make-it and take-it program. Space and materials cost limit us to 40 participants. We’ll be making a basic model and sending you home with instructions for more involved builds. Please call the library at 924.3561 by Monday, December 2 to register.
Friday, December 20 at 10:30AM
All adults are welcome to participate in monthly book discussions. For a morning of fun call 740.924.3561, email Miss Martha or stop by the library to join the Book Club. You need not be available every month in order to participate.The choice for December is Ungifted by Gordon Korman.
If you are new and would like to join us, please call the library or email MSturgill@alexandria.lib.oh.us to reserve a copy of this book. Please enter by the meeting room door, as the library is closed on Fridays.
Ohio Offers Prescription Drug Program
Ohio’s Best Rx (a free, state-endorsed prescription drug discount program) is now available to all Ohio residents, regardless of age or income.
Visit www.OhioBestRx.org to learn more about the program, download a printable card, find participating pharmacies and estimate your savings on specific prescriptions. Call 1-866-923-7879 or text OHBEST to 567899 to sign up and have a card mailed to you or pick up a card here in the library!
Record your history and find others on the same path. Ancestry Library Edition features helpful tools such as charts, summaries, calendars and message boards. Beginners can use the tools and resources in the Learning Center to: begin their family trees; get the most out of historical records; connect with other researchers; and find answers to tough research questions.
This database is available for use to any registered patron of the Alexandria Public Library.
FREE Online Magazines!
In addition to our print magazines, we are pleased to announce you may download or view full digital copies of more than 150 popular magazines for FREE with Zinio!
Questions? Call Denise at 740.924.3561
Free Downloads NOW HERE!
Audiobooks, eBooks, & more for your computer, cell phone, iPod®, Kindle, Nookor eBook reader...it’s easy!
We have joined the Digital Download Consortium -
our patrons are now able to enjoy hundreds of popular titles with a few simple steps.
Easy to use • no late fees • available 24/7!
What You Need:
How It Works:
Step 1: Browse
Step 2: Check Out
Step 3: Download...enjoy!
Transfer to a Mobile Device
After download, most titles can be transferred to a mobile device such as iPod, Kindle, Nook or Sony Reader. First connect your device, then:
Burn to CD
After download, many audio titles can be burned to CD. First insert your CD, then:
For more information on these programs, please call the library at 740.924.3561 or email the director.
All events are held in the Library Meeting Room, which may be entered through the library or the Church Street door. The room has a 71 seated-person capacity.