Step right up! and hear Lynette Seith, local historian, tantalize our imaginations with circus activities during the late 1800s-early 1900s in Ashtabula County. Thursday, March 28 from 5:30-6:30. Come one, Come all.
1879:Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany.The famous physicist is best known for his theories of relativity. The general theory is about gravitation and the special theory is about time, space, and motion. These theories earned him the Nobel Prize for Physics. Einstein later became an American citizen because of World War II.
Visit the library and vote for your favorite piece of art work. The pieces are displayed in the library near the reference desk. A lovely basket of art supplies will be awarded to the winner on March 29 at the artist reception.
We are asking our patrons to participate in our people’s choice art show.
Bring your artwork into the library between February 25-28.
Fill out an entry form. More details can be found by calling or visiting the library.
Would you like to have your old photographs preserved and kept safe for generations to come?
Bring in several of your favorite vintage photos and let us upload them to our digital Grand Valley Community Collection. We are creating a collection of community photographs that will be available in our Valley Memories Collection through the Ohio History Center in Columbus, Ohio. You keep the original photos and the community can enjoy the memories. Stop by or call the library for more details.