Join us for a sure to be lively discussion of the Big Read selection, The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. Simsion's debut novel tells the story of a brilliant yet socially challenged professor of genetics and his quest to meet the perfect wife. He approaches the task in the same orderly, evidence-based manner with which he approaches all things.
Got a new phone, tablet, or other mobile device? The Library has programs to get you up to speed on your device and answer all your questions, as well as free access to downloadable books, audiobooks, movies, and music. On Saturday, January 3rd from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. learn how to access the library’s free digital content for your new device.
The Oakwood Historical Society in partnership with the Library is pleased to present this edition of the Far Hills Speaker Series- The Great Flood of 1913 by Mark Risley. This detailed presentation explores Dayton before the flood, the causes of the flood, the rescue/recovery efforts and the long-term results of the area's response.
The Oakwood Historical Society in partnership with the Library is pleased to present this devious edition of the Far Hills Speaker Series- History, Mystery, Mayhem & Murder by Woodland Cemetery Manager of Development and Marketing, Angelina Hoschouer.