Come decorate your own gingerbread house at Clinton Community Library on December 19 at 11:30am! Please call or email Clinton.email@example.com to register your child(ren). Thanks!
Remember the Seed Swap of spring and summer? (Ahh, spring and summer…) Well, this fall, we have the Coupon Swap, now available at Clinton Community Library. Share and find coupons!
Thank you to Buffy Wachs for donating The New York Times to CCL and our patrons.
Clinton Community Library is still collecting donations of nonperishable items and hygiene items for the Clinton Food Bank, run by the Pleasant Plains Presbyterian Church. Items can be dropped off in the large basket at the front of the library.
A few examples of nonperishable items include: canned foods, peanut butter, jelly, dry soups, tea bags, coffee, rice, powdered milk, juice boxes, canned juices, baby formula, baby food, and granulated sugar.
Thank you for remembering our neighbors this holiday season and throughout the year!
After the success of our first Italian Wine-Tasting educational fundraiser, our second takes place on November 20, again led by certified wine educator Scott Sherk, a community member who founded the Enological Society of Northwest Ohio in 1979.
Participants will learn about several Italian wines and enjoy the company of fellow community members. Suggested donation is $20 per participant. Please pick up your tickets at the library. All proceeds benefit the Clinton Community Library.
Our Library’s newest Trustee, Mary Pat Sternberg, is a member of the Hyde Park Teachers’ Association.
A HUGE thank-you to the Hyde Park Teachers’ Association, who put together six beautiful gift baskets for our Library’s annual Election Day Raffle. The six baskets were displayed and advertised in the Hyde Park schools for a few weeks before Election Day. The Hyde Park Teachers’ Association also donated $450 to the Library. THANK YOU for helping to make our Library strong!
Thank you to all of the community members and local businesses who donated items and gift certificates to our raffle, including Paper Trail, Oblong Books, John Given Wines, Hammertown, Woodstock Chimes, Schultzville Store & Café, Grand Cru Beer & Cheese Market, A.L. Stickles Variety Store, Hummingbird Ranch, local chef Richard Coppedge, Thornton’s Hillside Gardens, and more. We also thank all of our patrons, friends, community members, and visitors who participated in the raffle, and congratulate the winners!
Get excited about our 2015 Election Day Raffle! You can start buying your tickets in the Library now! We will also be open during all polling hours, from 6am to 9pm on Tuesday, November 3 (Election Day). A huge thank-you to all of the community members and businesses who donated items to help make this raffle a success.
Join us on Saturday, October 31 at 11am for a morning of fun Halloween activities, including pumpkin painting and pumpkin bowling. There will be candy and prizes, so wear your costume!
Thank you to local horticulturist Paul Schwarze for sharing your knowledge and zeal with Clinton Community Library patrons this Thursday evening. Paul’s workshop had a great turnout and was enjoyed by all in attendance!