May The Hunger Games DVD be ever in your collection!
Watch The Hunger Games with library friends on the weekend of its DVD release.
The movie will be showing on our big screen at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 19. Come 15 minutes early for popcorn, lemonade, iced tea and trivia games.
The movie is 142 minutes long, so bringing a cushion for your seat is absolutely okay! The film is rated PG-13 so youth under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Family discussion guides will be available. Seating is limited, so please register online or call.
Back by popular demand, blues guitarist Dan Holt will be the next performer at Music in the Garden Series on Sunday, August 12 from 2 to 3 p.m. The concert will be in the 's reading garden or, in the event of rain, it will be indoors. Register online or at the Reference Desk.
The Suffragette - Our Certain Unalienable Right Tuesday, September 18 at 7:00 pm Just in time for the elections, Katherine Kohl will present the story of women’s suffrage starting in Europe and then settling in Ohio with an emphasis on the Western Reserve area. Learn about the struggle of women to get the vote - which did not come free! Bring your daughters to hear about this fascinating time in American history. Refreshments courtesy of the Friends. Please register.
Tonight, Savvy Shoppers Couponing Group Share a cup of coffee and saving tips with like-minded shoppers on Thursday, August 9--and the second Thursday of every month--from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Bring a pair of scissors and your unwanted manufacturer's coupons to share. We will provide many additional advertising inserts from the Library's newspaper subscriptions for the group's use.
On August 18 at 10:30 a.m., the library will host a very special presentation by Mr. Eddie Ezaki. If you are aware of the classic book about the Japanese Internment during WWII, then Mr. Ezaki’s story will surely resonant with you. Eddie Ezaki was 9 years old when he and his family were interned in a hastily built camp in Arizona.. They were held there from shortly after Dec. 7, 1941 to after WWII. In one of the many ironies of World War II thousands of young men (Japanese Americans) from the camps volunteered to join combat infantry units and ended up wearing the same uniforms as the camp guards who kept their parents and siblings imprisoned.
On Friday, August 17 at 2:00 p.m. we will be showing Iron Man. Come and enjoy free popcorn while experiencing our super sound system. Register by phone, online, or by stopping into the library. Practice ACT Exam- Wednesday, August 15 from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm. Take this free ACT exam to practice for the actual exam. Register by phone, online, or by stopping into the library.
Get ready for school with our end-of-summer storytime geared towards children entering Kindergarten. This one-time program is Thursday, August 16 at 6:00 p.m. and registration begins August 2.
Free Computer Coach at TPL! Sign up from a half-hour to an hour session with library staffers who will help you get started with the wide world of computers! Call: 330-425-42568 x4 to make an appointment.
All registration for library programs is now online. Visit www.twinsburglibrary.org, and click on Events and Classes, then Library Event Registration. Registration for all Youth Programs is available on the Children’s Place webpage and the TeenCrossings webpage. Some events require separate registration for each date. Registration for Youth Programs begins two weeks prior to the event date. 24-hour advanced registration is available for Twinsburg School District Residents. For more information, please call the library at 330-425-4268: Adult Reference Desk, ext. 2; Children Place, ext. 3; TeenCrossings, ext. 6; Computer Lab, ext. 4.