Try the Streaming Service – Hoopla!

Hoopla is digital content that is always available, no holds list.  It includes eBooks, Digital Audiobooks, Streaming Videos, Streaming Music and Comics.  The content can be streamed or downloaded to your device.  All you need is a Lepper Library Card and you can check out 10 items a month.  You will need to log on and make an account using your library card number and PIN.  If you have any problems contact us at 330-424-3117.

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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

This free program helps prepare your pre-K child for school, so sign them up today. Your child will receive a free book once they’ve completed the program. Sign up anytime in the Children’s Department.

You Can Request Materials From All Over the State and Pick Them Up Here!

From our library Catalog you can request materials from SearchOhio (public libraries) and OhioLINK (university libraries) as well as the PLUS members in the county (Columbiana, East Palestine, Salem & Wellsville libraries).  It’s easy, all you need is your library card!  We will call, email or text you when it arrives, however you tell us you want notified.  You check it out here and return it here.  This is a free service!  If you have questions or want a demo ask a staff member.

Antique Camera Display

As people start getting out in the community again, one new addition to check out is a display case at Lepper Library.  The current exhibit in the community display case is of antique cameras.  The collection belongs to a patron that has been collecting for a number of years.  On display are cameras dating from 1895 through 1998.  It includes film cameras, instant cameras and movie cameras, all in working order.  Some of the brands displayed are Kodak, Seneca, Bolsey, Voigtlander, Agfa, Yashica, Dejur, Polaroid and more. The camera display will be at the library through July 28th.

 

The display case houses temporary collections or displays on all kinds of subjects. Individuals with collections or organizations with information to share please call Marcy Kaiser at the Library 330-424-3117.  Keep an eye on our website www.lepperlibrary.org or our Facebook page to see what new displays will be coming.

Local Cookbook Collection

We have a new Local Cookbook collection of cookbooks that have been published in the area by local organizations, churches and other groups.  They are shelved in our genealogy room and each contains local history of the organizations and the women that participated.

The Lepper Library is accepting donations of Community Cookbooks that are in good condition.

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