Family History Program
Monday, September 18 at 7:00PM The Alexandria Museum is partnering with the Alexandria Public Library to bring a local history program about the home front during WWII. Recently, the museum came across a treasure trove of WWII correspondences from our local servicemen. A former English teacher from the Alexandria High School decided to have her…
Nature Investigator Kits
Nature kits, donated by the Licking Parks District (LPD), have been organized for our young scientists to investigate the outdoors. This new opportunity will put those young inquisitive minds at work discovering the world around them with activities for you to complete. Don’t forget to check out some books from the library to expand your…
Show Case Your Hobby or Special Interest
Do you do woodworking? Do you have a special collection? Or do you have a unique hobby? We are looking for individuals to share their special interests with our patrons at the library. The August/September display came from the Alexandria Museum displaying the history of the schools in St. Albans township. Stop by and reminisce…
Libby is OverDrive’s newer app for browsing and enjoying digital content from our library. It’s time to give Libby a try! All your loans, holds, and wish list items will be waiting for you in Libby when you add your library card. Libby also comes with new features we know you’ll love, like: Digital Downloads…
Meta Community Action Grant Recipient
The Alexandria Public Library is very grateful to receive a Meta Data Center Community Action Grant for 2023. This generous grant allows the library to offer community STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) based programs, as well as extend the recently developed after-school robotics camps for kids. The library will offer patrons of all…
Check out the Little Free Library!
Be sure to stop by and check out the selection in the Little Free library whenever you like. Always something for everyone even when the library is closed. A huge shout out to Mr. Tefft for giving our free library a makeover.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Station
Free books for children from birth to age 5 Any child in Ohio between birth and age 5years old can sign up for a free monthly book from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library of Ohio. To sign up go to OhioImaginationLibrary.org. If you have any questions ask our preschool coordinator, Ms. Karen, or ask at the…
New Years Eve & Day
Christmas Eve & Day