Steampunk Crafts

The LibrariCon (complete with costume contest!) is October 19 and Halloween is just two weeks away so now is the perfect time to make yourself some steampunk accessories. Remember, just more »


One City, One Symphony: A Cincinnati Symphony Listening Party!

  Are you a modern day Bach? Do you rock ruffles and carry a violin with you where ever you roam? Maybe your top 25 on your iPod consists of more »


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6 Word Memoir Contest Closed

The winner of the 6 Word Memoir contest is (drum roll, please)…. “I have something to fight for.”   Choosing the best 6 Word Memoir was extremely difficult and our more »


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Amelia’s Anime Club

Come to the Amelia Branch on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 4:00p.m. You’re  invited to join us as we learn about the Chinese zodiac and watch the DVD Save Me Lollipop more »


Learn More About Bigfoot

Join us at the New Richmond Branch on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 2:00 p.m. when Jay Buchwald from TriState Bigfoot gives a Powerpoint presentation. He’ll discuss the history of Bigfoot more »


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Write Your Heart Out

 Ever dream of being like J. K. Rowling? Want the riches of Stephenie Meyer? Wish you could live a day in the life of Stephen King? So do we.  Enter more »


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It’s Time To D-D-D-D-D-D-DUEL!!!

Calling all duelists! Strap on your duel disc and shuffle your deck, because its time to DUEL! Come to the Owensville Branch Library on Tuesday, October 15th, at 6:00pm to more »


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Steampunk Books – A Good Place to Start

 In a few weeks, the first ever LibrariCon  takes place.  A night of science fiction, anime, belly dancing, tribal music, and *steampunk!* You’ve never read any steampunk?  Slip on a more »


Teen Advisory Group

Come to the Felicity Branch on Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 4:30 p.m.  and  tell us what you want out of your library! Become a member of TAG and you’re in more »


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Author Visit from Richard Crawford

Join us at the Owensville Branch on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m. to hear Richard Crawford, local author and Clermont County historian speak. Mr. Crawford, an expert about the more »