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The Velma Engle Memorial "Read for the Gold" 5K Run and 3K Walk will be held, rain or shine, on Saturday, August 18, 2017, in Bristol Village. The race will begin at the Activity Center, located at 625 Fifth St., Waverly, with registration and check-in beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Mark your calendars! Food for Fines @ Your Library returns from Monday, April 9 until Saturday, April 14, 2018, at all library locations, as we celebrate National Library Week.
The Garnet A. Wilson Public Library now offers access to Gale Legal Forms Online, a database featuring thousands of legal forms available to library patrons for free. This extensive site offers official, state-specific, federal, business, personal, real estate, and general forms covering hundreds of legal subjects and issues.
The Waverly library has launched its very own Seed Library for community gardeners!
A seed library is a place where seeds are exchanged, donated, or lent to community farmers and the general public with the intention of preserving biodiversity, promoting healthy eating, and fostering community resilience.
There are many advantages to growing your own vegetables, either by joining a community garden or by starting your own. Even if you live in a small apartment with no backyard, or if you have a busy lifestyle, many crops can be grown with minimal space and effort.
Library patrons are welcome to take up to five packets of seeds from the library, per person per year. Please sign our Seed Checkout Form at the circulation desk once you make your selections.
Donations of harvested or purchased and unused seeds are greatly appreciated to help keep our Seed Library thriving!
Please take some of our Seed Identification Slips from the circulation desk (or download and print the PDF containing slips that is attached to this article - click "Read more" below for the link to download), fill them out as completely as possible, and return them with your seed donations in ziplock baggies or small envelopes for others to check out and enjoy in their own gardens.
Note: Some seeds in the collection may be expired, and germination is not guaranteed. However, many expired seeds will sprout just fine. Check out and plant seeds at your own risk.
Join us in making a Valentine’s Day box to take to school for card exchanges! Materials will be provided.
If you would like to donate materials for the workshop, you may drop them off at the main library in Waverly, any time leading up to the events. Shoeboxes, cereal boxes, and double-sided tape are appreciated! Your donations will help to make sure every child in Pike County has the opportunity to make a cool Valentine’s box!
Questions? Call Erin-Faith or Linsy at (740) 947-4921.
Check out these beautiful 3-D depictions of the forthcoming Waverly library, created by Marsh Architects. Help us get one step closer to a new main facility by clicking "Donate Now" on our homepage.
We are excited to introduce a new series of programming: Life Skills @ the Library. Sometimes simple life skills fall through the cracks with traditional education. We're here to help!
Tammy Jones, OSU Extension, will kick things off for us with a Budgeting 101 program that will help you set a monthly budget and stick to it!
Watch for other Life Skills programs in the future, such as Simple Sewing, Easy Meal Planning, and much more!
Join Daphne and Darlene from the Pike County Economic Development Office to learn how to make "black gold" (rich, healthy soil) right in your own backyard using kitchen and yard waste.