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Register today for our fantastic and affordable art classes taught by area artists! Get all of the details! SUMMER FUN WORKSHOPS (SW) SW1. 6-8 grade “Sneaker Art ” Instructor: Becky Taylor SW2. 1-3 grade “Mommy and Me Creativity” Instructor: Becky Taylor CHILDREN SUMMER SESSION ONE (SC1) SC1-1. K-2 grade “Let the Sun Shine In” Tuesday […]

acceptable donations: non-expired canned goods or boxed food items unopened paper products and toiletries The fine for one overdue item will be waived for each item donated, with a maximum of $25 in total credit possible for each account. Any fines that are in the official collections process cannot be waived.

Teen Gamer Club Thursday, May 21 at 3:30 p.m. Come for our last meeting before we take a break for the summer! Join us for game play, refreshments and good company. Teens and Middle Schoolers Summer Break Kick-Off with Tie-Dyes and Ice Cream Wednesday, May 27 at 3 p.m. The most anticipated day of the […]

Earth Week Programs  Tuesday, April 21 at 6 p.m. – Stark Knights Poetry Tour visits the Little Art Gallery. Thursday, April 23, at 2 p.m. – What Is Organic: Brian Simon of Simon Organic Farming will teach us about organics and CSAs. Thursday, April 23 at 3:30 p.m. – Teen Community Service: Help us kick-off our Terrabag snack […]

Please note that the North Canton Public Library will begin a computer system update Monday, April 6 at 8 p.m. Until the upgrade is complete (sometime Tuesday, April 7), online services that require a library card will be unavailable. This includes the library catalog, library mobile app, many online databases and most digital materials. We […]

The North Canton Public Library encourages you to never stop learning. We are making that easier by providing two powerful new continuing education services that are designed specifically for card holders of public libraries. Whether you’re looking for college-level, professional development, or personal enrichment courses, you now have access to online courses that are accessible anywhere, […]

The Legacy of Ferdinand A. Brader On display in the Little Art Gallery December 11, 2014 through January 8, 2015 This major exhibition of monumental drawings by the itinerant folk artist Ferdinand A. Brader is on display at the Canton Museum of Art, McKinley Presidential Library and Museum and the Little Art Gallery. The Little Art Gallery of […]

Have you checked out all of the resources available to you in our online databases recently? We just added full access to Consumer Reports online for library members! Access all of these and more on the databases page. AtoZdatabase This database is the premier reference and marketing database including 30 million business profiles and 220 […]

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Dr. Don Bartlette’s inspirational story. October 29 – Macaroni at Midnight Program at 6:30 p.m. Don Bartlette. Ph.D. will visit the library to speak about his experiences growing up with challenges including being cleft affected and having a speech disability. Dr. Bartlette is a full time public speaker who travels […]

The 2014 book selected for One Book, One Community: Stark County is Wonder by R.J. Palacio. Synopsis: The book, Wonder, introduces us to Auggie Pullman, a ten year old whose life has never been quite right-side-up, due to the severe craniofacial differences he was born with and the 27 surgeries he’s already endured. However, his life is turned completely […]