"The First World War in Historical Perspective"
Join us at the Ostrander Branch Library for a discussion and walk through the first World War with Ohio Wesleyan University professor Dr. Mark Gingerich.
Try your favorite recipes from the month's selected cook book, then make and bring your favorite dish for sharing. Come hungry!
Wolves are beautiful and misunderstood creatures, and the educators at Ironwood Wolves are working hard to dispel the myths. Join them at the Ostrander Branch Library on Tuesday, October 7 to learn more about wolves, touch and feel wolf fur and castings, and meet a real hybrid wolf!
Grades 1 - 5 & a Parent or Caregiver
Join the club! Kids enjoy reading together with their parents and caregivers. Read the title together, then join us to participate in the crafts as a group! Come ready to discuss the fantastic titles listed below.
Tween & Teen Programs
Come to the Ostrander Branch Library and learn how to make an awesome craft that can be practical or decorative!
All sessions are for tween and teen age groups, with the exception of the Intermediate Soap Making class on November 18th. Due to the dangerous nature of the chemicals used to make soap, this program is for teens ages 13 & up and adults.
Sept 16: Fake Taxidermy
Oct 21: Zombie Sock Monkeys
Nov 18: Intermediate Soap Making for Adults and Teens
Dec 16: Nightmare before Christmas
All Reading Levels
Homeschool students of all reading levels are invited to bring a book to share at our monthly book club.
Pre-registration is required. Stop in to the Ostrander Branch Library or call 740-666-1410 to register.
Sept 12: From Sea to Shining Sea – American States Travel the United States during this month’s Homeschool Book Club. Share a book about one of the fifty states. Maybe it’s a state you’ve visited, one you’d like to visit, or just one that catches your interest.