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Post by: Tony Ciccarelli of Senior Mortgage Advisors Find Tony and Elder Care Attorney,  Jim Koewler, teaching How-to Navigate Medicaid and Senior Health Care Costs at 12:15 p.m. at the How-to Festival. Are you emotionally and financially prepared to place your parent or loved on into a nursing home? Are you unsure how to afford the […]

Post by: Natalie Thornberry of Babywearing International of Akron Youngstown Find Natalie teaching How-to Wear Your Baby in a Carrier at 3:15 p.m. at the How-to Festival. Babywearing educators from Babywearing International of Akron Youngstown invite you to join us to learn about different types of baby and big kid carriers, babywearing safety, tips and tricks, and to […]

Post by: Teresa Kaminski of StarkFresh Find Teresa teaching How-to Compost at 10 a.m. and How-to Keep Backyard Chickens at 11:30 a.m. at the How-to Festival. I am an urban homesteader that began my homesteading journey five years ago when my son was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism at the age of 12.  It has been an enlightening […]

The library’s How-to Festival returns Saturday, March 4 with 35 entry level classes offered in one day! Each class is just 30 minutes. There is no registration required. See the full schedule.

Take advantage of the many resources for education and entertainment the library offers! READ eBooks and eMagazines on OverDrive (the Ohio Digital Library) TIP: The Children’s Reading Room available through OverDrive makes safe browsing easy. eBooks, eComics/Graphic Novels on hoopla digital TIP: There are no wait lists with hoopla. Read what you like with no […]

Seasons greetings from the North Canton Public Library! Budgets can be tight this time of year, but the library has your covered! If you or someone you love has always wanted to hear a CD, see a film, or read a book that we don’t have in our collection, we’ll buy it. That’s right, we will buy it! […]

The library will be closed: Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24 Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25 Christmas (observed), Monday, December 26 New Year’s Day, Sunday, January 1 New Year’s Day (observed), Monday, January 2

  CHILDREN: Christmas Decoration Making for Children Saturday, December 3 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Visit the Children’s Department any time between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to make (and possibly then gift) Christmas decorations! No registration required. Pictures with Santa Saturday, December 10, 10-11:30 a.m. Monday, December 12, 6-7:30 p.m. Bring your camera! No registration […]

Anyone visiting the library during open hours (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Friday, November 25, 2016, can have their library fines up to $24.99* eliminated. In addition to the fine forgiveness offer, receive free coffee at the library all day long. Adult craft supply kits and children’s make-it, take-it crafts will be available while supplies […]

The library’s programming through the end of 2016 has been added to our online calendar. The calendar is easy to navigate. Use it to register for events online, sign up to receive reminders about upcoming programs and learn how you can get involved with library projects. View the calendar.