It’s that time of year again, when your stuffed animals get free rein of the library for one night!
On August 8 at 6:30 p.m., children can hear a story, have a nighttime snack, complete a craft and let their stuffed animal spend the night at the Eaton Library. The next day, the children can pick up their animal and a book of all their friend’s adventures. Children of all ages can come dressed in their pajamas!
*Make sure not to bring the animal your child sleeps with, as it will be at the library all night.
Join us for our annual Eaton Library Open House on Thursday December 6th 4-7:30 pm. We will celebrate by having music and refreshments, as well as prize drawings. At 6:30 pm there will be a craft program for making homemade gifts!
We will start at the very beginning: turning your iPad on and off, identifying what's on your screen, typing and tapping, WiFi, and the app store. Please bring your device to this class; all iPad models are welcome. Also, bring any questions or concerns you may have. Visit the Eaton Library or call 937-456-5562 to sign up.
New to Android devices, or just want to know more about the one you have? We will cover basic tablet layout, installing and opening apps, Wi-Fi connections, and getting information from your phone to your computer (or vice versa). Please bring your device and any questions you have to the class. Register in advance by stopping at the Eaton Library or call 937-456-5562.
Get to the Eaton Branch Library early for the best selection of fiction, nonfiction, young adult, and children's books during the September Book Sale! The sale will run from Saturday, September 1st through Saturday, September 15th at the Eaton Library at 301 N. Barron St. There are no set prices. All sales are through donation only. Grab what you want and give as much as you can. All funds raised support the Eaton Library.
Our Monthly Movies during Summer Reading have turned into MUSICAL MOVIES!
In July, we will be watching the movie Grease! This film has a runtime of 110 minutes, and is expected to end around 5:30.
What makes bowling better? Black lights and music!
Join us for another glow bowling game at the library. Wear neon colors for an even BRIGHTER experience!
Libraries Rock! Each week of Summer Reading focuses on a different style of music. Listen to songs from around the world, and make crafts that go along with each stop. From Ireland to Korea, India to New Orleans… the world we live in ROCKS… and so can you!