Curbside Pickup

The Coshocton Public Library System is now offering curbside pickup. Drop boxes are available for returns, but please be assured that overdue fines will continue to be forgiven. Please click here for more information.

Virtual Assistance

While the library building is closed, reference assistance and digital tech help are still available. Library staff can be reached during regular, library hours by emailing info@coshoctonlibrary.org. Click here for additional information, including digital help guides, YouTube instructional videos, and e-card registration information.

COVID-19 Journal Project

The Coshocton Public Library would like to encourage Coshocton County residents of all ages to write down their thoughts, feelings, and experiences during these days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our library has a wonderful Local History Room and we would like to create a collection (once we get back in the building!) of written reflections on this important historical moment. Instructions for contributing journal entries to the library will come later. For now, just start writing to create a valuable resource for future generations.

Teen Art Competition

We know just how creative Coshocton teens are! Create a work of art that simply expresses how you see and/or feel in the present moment and submit it to youth@coshoctonlibrary.org by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 3rd to be eligible to win a prize and have your work displayed on the Coshocton Public Library System’s Facebook page. Click here for the complete Contest Guidelines.

Scholastic Bookfest

Scholastic's Home Base Virtual Book Fest is an online celebration where authors and kids can engage with each other in exciting new ways! From themed costume contests to online Q&As to trivia events, kids around the world can enjoy interacting with their favorite authors in real-time. Virtual Book Fest will be held on March 27th from 3-5 pm EST.

COVID-19 Resources

Please click here for links to COVID-19 resources, including recent updates, CDC information, checklists to help protect you against the disease, family activities to try during closures, and how to apply for unemployment benefits.

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