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Spotlight On…Volunteering

Did you know that there are plenty of volunteer opportunities at the Library? Learn more about how you can get involved.


Resources

Selected resources from the Library's collection and the Web.

Have a suggestion for a topic that we missed? Send us an email and let us know about it!


Downloadable Books, Magazines, Music, and Movies

Our collection includes thousands of great digital audiobooks, ebooks, magazines, movies, and songs. Titles can be downloaded 24/7—all you need is your library card number and PIN. Check out our downloadables webpage for more information and FAQs.


Large Print Books

Use our “New Arrivals” lists to keep up with the latest additions to our large print collection!


Library Programs

Discover interesting and informative programs that range from book discussion groups, to needle crafts, to musical performances, to gardening. Click here to see the list of this month’s programs for Adults, and here for this month’s programs for Seniors. You can also search for Teen, Children and Family programs by using the search feature on the calendar page.


Veterans History Project

If you’re a veteran of World War II, the Korean, Vietnamese, or Pesian Gulf Wars, consider contributing to the Veterans History Project, a cooperative venture with the Library of Congress to conduct and preserve oral interviews with local veterans.


Golden Buckeye Card

Did you know that you can apply for your Golden Buckeye card at any of our 41 locations?

Tax Assistance

Every year, we host special programs for seniors who need help with their taxes. More details...

Outreach

The Library's Outreach Department provides special services to seniors who are homebound or in a special care facility.

Adaptive Equipment

We offer access to a variety of adaptive equipment, including JAWS and ZoomText.

Voting Information

Find out about early voting and voter registration.


On the Web

Sites by Subject includes websites on topics such as fitness, leisure and learning, and legal issues.

Government Resources includes selected federal and state websites

Attending a class at the West End Branch Library. Reading to a child.
“About the age of 7 or 8, I remembered walking to the Price Hill Branch Library to get my first Library card. After 81 years I have never let it expire.”
Evelyn B.
Groesbeck Branch book club with newspaper article about their group. Quiet time at the Main Library.
“As a professional genealogist, I value the luxury of having one of the best genealogy collections in the country right at my doorstep.”
Ann H.
Anderson Township Library Association volunteers Volunteers at the Friends Warehouse