Category Archives : Adult Services


Book Madness: Tournament of Authors

BracketThe library’s first Tournament of Authors is on! Pick up a bracket at the library or print your own Bracket (on 8.5 x 14 paper) to get in on the action. See if you can guess who the library’s favorite author will be. At the end of each week, prizes will be given for those with the most correct guesses.

The rules are pretty simple:

1.) Pick up and fill out your bracket in pen. Brackets will be available Monday, February 23.

2.) Bring it in to the library to be initialed by a staff member before March 4, when Round 1 will be announced.

3.) Vote each round for your favorite authors! You can vote in the library (once per day), plus there will be additional ways to sneak in extra votes on Facebook!

 

Don’t miss out! Join us for Book Madness! Call the library at 330-343-6123 for more information. Program is open to teens and adults!

 


League Park: Historic Home of Cleveland Baseball   Recently updated !

League Park

 

Monday, March 2 at 6:30 PM

Join authors Ken Krsolovic and Bryan Fritz as they present on the life of League Park, the legendary former home of the Cleveland Indians. Baseball fans will be fascinated by stories of players and people associated with the classic ballpark. A book signing will follow the program. Call 330-343-6123 to register. For more information on League Park click here.

 

 


Cinema Saturdays

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THE FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH AT 2:00 PM

What’s this? Another FREE movie showing? Come to the library for awesome movies and free snacks the first Saturday of the month!

Call the library at 330-343-6123 for more information, including movie titles.

No Registration Necessary.

Open to All Patrons.


5th Annual Overdue Open House

Overdue Open House 2015

 

Explore the library at this fun, family-friendly community event. Activities and events include live music, a magician, prizes and more! Return your overdue library materials at the event and your overdue fines will be waived. Win a Kindle Fire, a Kindle Fire HD, or a Nintendo 3DS. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Call the library at 330-343-6123.


An Evening with Big Chuck

Big Chuck

Wednesday, January 21 at 6:00 PM

Dover High School Auditorium

Tune in as TV legend Big Chuck Schodowski tells funny and surprising stories from a lifetime in television. Since 1960, Chuck has been on and behind the camera as well as the director’s chair. He collaborated with Ernie Anderson on the groundbreaking Ghoulardi show and continued to host a late-night show across four decades. He also wrote and directed two thousand hilarious sketches. Revisit favorite characters and hear Chuck’s entertaining, behind-the-scenes stories. A book signing will follow the program. Call 330-343-6123 to register.


100 Book Club

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As 2015 dawns, the library challenges you to make a positive change in your life. One way is to join the library’s 100 Book Club. Make it your New Year’s resolution to read more in 2015. The goal is to read or listen to 100 books between January 1 and December 31. Here’s how it works:

o Membership is open to readers 6 and up.
o Members must read or listen to the title themselves.
o You can join at any time during the year, but only titles completed before December 31 will count.
o Each title can only be counted once per calendar year.
o Paperbacks, hardbacks, large print, graphic novels, eBooks, audiobooks, and eAudiobooks count. Magazines and comic books do not count, nor do picture books that are read by patrons over the age of 10.
o Participants who have read 100 books in the calendar year must submit their reading logs to the library for verification. Once verified, these patrons will become Club Members and receive a club t-shirt, a membership card, and an invitation to DPL’s Annual 100 Book Club recognition reception.

Stop by the library beginning December 31, 2014 to pick up your personal reading log. Take the pledge to join the coolest and most prestigious book club around!