Clermont Co. Public Library

Library Events

Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Clermont County Public Library! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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Monday, Aug. 17, 6:00 p.m.
The Clermont County Public Library Board of Trustees will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday, August 17, at the Miami Township Library. The meeting will be broadcast using Facebook Live to comply with proper social distancing guidelines.

The public is welcome to submit questions for the board at the following email address: info@clermontlibrary.org. All questions must include the name of the person submitting the questions, email address, and phone number. Questions without proper identification will not be read during the board meeting.

Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda
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Tuesday, Aug. 18, 9:00 a.m.
Join Miss Meghann from the Bethel Branch Library while she reads books and sings songs all about jungle animals. Enjoy silly monkeys and practice your own roar with Miss Meghann. What's your favorite jungle animal?

Subscribe to our channel for other fun storytimes. To join the fun, click this link to watch on the library's YouTube channel.

Looking for more books to read? Click here to view what the library has available in our catalog!

Looking for something else to do while at home? Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.

World Book Kids – Contains three learning environments, each targeting a critical area of the development of young learners in preschool and early elementary grades. 
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Friday, Aug. 21
Have you signed up to particpate? It’s a great way for children to keep their reading skills sharp and for adults to track how much they’ve read over the summer.

For every 200 minutes read, up to 1,000 minutes total, participants will be entered to win Amazon gift cards.  At each branch, there will one prize for each age group – preschool, school age, teen, adult – for a total of 40 winners!

How to participate:
1.      Read, be read to, or listen to an audiobook. Graphic novels, magazines, and eBooks count!
2.      Log your minutes online or call your branch for assistance.  Optional game boards will be available for pick-up at the library or for download from our website.
3.      Be sure to read at least 1,000 minutes for the maximum opportunities to win.

Expand your summer reading experience:
1.      Keep an eye out for fun online content being released all summer long on our website and social media.  There will be activities for all ages.
2.      When logging your minutes online, watch for opportunities to earn web badges by completing challenges.

Questions? Call your local branch or visit us online.

The circumstances of 2020 have forced all of us to approach our routines differently and the library is no exception.  We regret not being able to offer the full range of Summer Reading prizes that we have in the past, but hope to be able to again next year.  No matter how things change, reading will always be a source of education, entertainment, escape, and enlightenment.  We can all use more of these things right now!  Please join us for this year’s Summer Reading program and take comfort in this long-standing summer tradition.
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Saturday, Aug. 22, 2:00 p.m.
Join Miss Meghann from the Bethel Branch Library while she reads books and sings songs all about jungle animals. Enjoy silly monkeys and practice your own roar with Miss Meghann. What's your favorite jungle animal?

Subscribe to our channel for other fun storytimes. To join the fun, click this link to watch on the library's YouTube channel.

Looking for more books to read? Click here to view what the library has available in our catalog!

Looking for something else to do while at home? Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.

World Book Kids – Contains three learning environments, each targeting a critical area of the development of young learners in preschool and early elementary grades. 
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Monday, Aug. 24, 7:00 p.m.
Join Ms. Cristy from our Goshen Branch Library as she tells the classic fairytale "The Three Little Pigs." Encourage your little ones to create characters and join in! Subscribe to our channel for other fun storytimes.To join the fun, click this link to watch on the library's YouTube channel.

Looking for more books to read? Click here to view what the library has available in our catalog!

Looking for something else to do while at home? Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.

World Book Kids – Contains three learning environments, each targeting a critical area of the development of young learners in preschool and early elementary grades. 
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Tuesday, Aug. 25, 7:00 p.m.
Join Mrs. Kim from the Owensville Branch Library for a fun storytime about imaginary rabbits. Subscribe to our channel for other fun storytimes. To join the fun, click this link to watch on the library's YouTube channel.

Looking for more books to read? Click here to view what the library has available in our catalog!

Looking for something else to do while at home? Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.

World Book Kids – Contains three learning environments, each targeting a critical area of the development of young learners in preschool and early elementary grades. 
All Locations
Friday, Aug. 28
Have you signed up to particpate? It’s a great way for children to keep their reading skills sharp and for adults to track how much they’ve read over the summer.

For every 200 minutes read, up to 1,000 minutes total, participants will be entered to win Amazon gift cards.  At each branch, there will one prize for each age group – preschool, school age, teen, adult – for a total of 40 winners!

How to participate:
1.      Read, be read to, or listen to an audiobook. Graphic novels, magazines, and eBooks count!
2.      Log your minutes online or call your branch for assistance.  Optional game boards will be available for pick-up at the library or for download from our website.
3.      Be sure to read at least 1,000 minutes for the maximum opportunities to win.

Expand your summer reading experience:
1.      Keep an eye out for fun online content being released all summer long on our website and social media.  There will be activities for all ages.
2.      When logging your minutes online, watch for opportunities to earn web badges by completing challenges.

Questions? Call your local branch or visit us online.

The circumstances of 2020 have forced all of us to approach our routines differently and the library is no exception.  We regret not being able to offer the full range of Summer Reading prizes that we have in the past, but hope to be able to again next year.  No matter how things change, reading will always be a source of education, entertainment, escape, and enlightenment.  We can all use more of these things right now!  Please join us for this year’s Summer Reading program and take comfort in this long-standing summer tradition.
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Friday, Aug. 28, 10:00 a.m.
Join Ms. Cristy from our Goshen Branch Library as she tells the classic fairytale "The Three Little Pigs." Encourage your little ones to create characters and join in! Subscribe to our channel for other fun storytimes.To join the fun, click this link to watch on the library's YouTube channel.

Looking for more books to read? Click here to view what the library has available in our catalog!

Looking for something else to do while at home? Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.

World Book Kids – Contains three learning environments, each targeting a critical area of the development of young learners in preschool and early elementary grades. 
All Locations
Saturday, Aug. 29, 10:00 a.m.
Join Mrs. Kim from the Owensville Branch Library for a fun storytime about imaginary rabbits. Subscribe to our channel for other fun storytimes. To join the fun, click this link to watch on the library's YouTube channel.

Looking for more books to read? Click here to view what the library has available in our catalog!

Looking for something else to do while at home? Take a look at these resources for kids using your library card.

World Book Kids – Contains three learning environments, each targeting a critical area of the development of young learners in preschool and early elementary grades. 
All Locations
Monday, Sep. 7
We will be closed Labor Day, Monday, September 7.
Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, September 8.

Visit us online anytime for books, magazines, movies & more.
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Monday, Oct. 12
We will be closed Columbus Day, Monday, October 12.
Normal operating hours will resume Tuesday, October 13.

Visit us online anytime for books, magazines, movies & more.
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Wednesday, Nov. 11
We will be closed Veterans' Day, Wednesday, November 11.
Normal operating hours will resume Thursday, November 12.

Visit us online anytime for books, magazines, movies & more.
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Thursday, Nov. 26
We will be closed Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26.
Normal operating hours will resume Friday, November 27.

Visit us online anytime for books, magazines, movies & more.
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Thursday, Dec. 24
We will be closed Christmas Eve, Thursday, December 24, and Christmas Day, Friday, December 25.
Normal operating hours will resume Saturday, December 26.
 
Visit us online anytime for digital books, magazines, movies & more.
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Friday, Dec. 25
We will be closed Christmas Eve, Thursday, December 24, and Christmas Day, Friday, December 25.
Normal operating hours will resume Saturday, December 26.
 
Visit us online anytime for digital books, magazines, movies & more.
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