Keeping objects that hold deep meaning is commonplace. This program series invites adults to share these objects and their stories.
Tax Day is Monday, April 18, 2022. File your federal and state returns online for free through MyFreeTaxes®, provided by United Way.
A new collection of sensory toys are available to checkout from the library for children and young adults & adults with developmental disabilities.
During the month of March, the Coshocton Public Library is honored to host the quilted craftsmanship of Carolyn Mann.
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Adults are invited to the library on the second Saturday of each month to enjoy board games, video games, card games and more.
Made possible through a grant from ALA and the William and Mary Ehrich Library Fund, join the library for a chartered bus trip on Sat., Aug. 6.
In reverence to the women who "hiked" from NYC to DC to fight for women's suffrage, join the library for a monthly walking group.
Feeling creative? Tweens & teens are invited to a freestyle craft program at the Coshocton or West Lafayette Library. Register here.
Explore the nuances of proper dialogues and debates, and learn how to have more civilized conversations. Register for this program here.
The library is on the move! Join us for special storytimes in parks throughout Coshocton County this fall. Registration is not required.
Adults are invited to the next Trivia Night at the library on Tuesday, October 25. Does your team have what it takes to win? Come find out!
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Tweens & tweens are invited to create their own artistic masterpieces at the library. Canvases and a variety of art supplies will be provided.