Join the Common Readers Book Discussion Group this month to read about a young boy dealing with the aftermath of being the only survivor of a plane crash.
Get ready for plants, seeds, and bulbs galore with the return of the Upper Sandusky Community Library’s annual Plant Swap.
Donations for the Plant Swap can be brought to the library between Monday, April 19 and Saturday, April 24. Donations being accepted include house or outdoor plants, starts, bulbs, and seeds. The plants should be Healthy, easily transportable, and should include any instructions for care or planting.
Every kid’s favorite cooking program, Kids Can Cook, is whipping up a fun and easy recipe perfect for spring.
Miss Jill will be hosting a virtual Kids Can Cook program on Thursday, April 15 where she will demonstrate how to make chocolate pie with sprinkles, the perfect dessert for kids! The video will debut at 6:00 p.m. on the Upper Sandusky Community Library Facebook page and YouTube channel.
The Upper Sandusky Community Library Board of Trustees will convene for a meeting via Zoom at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2021.
Please contact Library Director Kathleen Whitt no later than 10:00 a.m. on April 8 if you would like to attend this virtual meeting. She can be reached at 419-294-1345 or by email at email@example.com.
The library’s Board of Trustees meets at noon on the second Thursday of each month to discuss library business. The meetings are open to the public.
This week, Upper Sandusky Community Library encourages all community members to visit our website to explore and access virtual services and programs. And if you visit the library, check out our displays by the elevator that show how we've grown over the past year, the new and regular programs we offer, plus fun coloring bookmarks and a word search.
Let Crafternoon get you into the mood for Spring with this month’s project, a Welcome Spring Altered Book.
Get ready for a fun and creative project perfect for the spring season with Upper Sandusky Community Library’s kids crafting programs.
Get your family outside to stretch their legs and read a book at the same time with StoryWalk®.
Need a great recipe for St. Patrick’s Day? Then tune in this month to Upper Sandusky Community Library’s popular What’s Cookin’ program for a fun green recipe.
Kids Can Cook, every kid’s favorite Upper Sandusky Community Library cooking program, is whipping up a fun and easy recipe.
Miss Jill will be hosting a virtual Kids Can Cook program on Thursday, March 18 where she will demonstrate how to make Seven Layer Bars, a fun and simple treat. The video will debut at 6:00 p.m. on the Upper Sandusky Community Library Facebook page and YouTube channel.