The 14th Annual Fort Festival of Trees is going on now at the Library! Come see the 22 beautifully decorated Christmas Trees and 2 wreaths and vote for your favorite for the People's Choice Award. A big thank you to the individuals, organizations, and businesses that volunteered their time and talents to put together a beautiful display.
An evening book club, Novels at Night, meets on the third Monday of the month at the Library at 7:00 pm. Monday, December 17th, the group will be discussing "The Christmas Sweater", by Glenn Beck. Anyone is welcome to join the discussion. Extra books are available at the library.
The Library will be closed Monday, December 24th and Tuesday, December 25th to celebrate Christmas. May you all have a safe and Merry Christmas!
The Book and Lunch Club meets the first Wednesday of the month at 10:30 AM at the Library. The book discussion Wednesday, January 2 at 10:30 AM, will be about the book "The Paris Architect," by Charles Belfoure Anyone is welcome to participate in the discussion. The group goes to a local restaurant for an optional lunch after. For more information or to request a copy of the discussion books, please contact the Library at 419-375-2869.
Join us for Story Time at the Fort Recovery Library. Story time sessions are held October - April on Tuesday evenings at 6:15 PM and on Friday mornings at 10:30 AM. Babies through preschoolers are welcome with a parent or guardian. Dates of Story Times can be found on the FR Library Calendar.
Novels at Night - Meets the 3rd Monday of the Month (7:00 PM) August - May
Book & Lunch Club - Meets the 1st Wednesday of the Month (10:30 AM) September - May
The Mercer County Council on Aging will be offering a meal service at the Fort Recovery Public Library to senior citizens in the Southern part of Mercer County. Meals will be available the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at the Library at 12:00 PM for a cost of $3.00. Participants are invited to stay and play cards at the Library in the community meeting room at 1:00 pm. Please RSVP for meals at least 24 hours in advance to the Mercer County Council on Aging at 419-586-1644. Meals are prepared by Briarwood and the menu will be available by calling the Council office or will be printed in the Daily Standard.
Do you have an electronic device such as an eReader, tablet, or mobile phone? Did you know free digital books, audiobooks, magazines, and more are available through the library? Patrons can access ebooks, audio books, music, magazines and videos through the library's catalog. To access these materials, select the "iDownloads" graphic on the right side of the page in the catalog. Need Help? Stop by the library or give us a call. We are more than happy to help you with this process.