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sion of a wide variety of books. Did you know that the library has Homebound Ser- vice? This is available to all residents of Coshocton County who are physically unable to visit the library due to disability or advanced age. If you have a loved one or friend who might be interested in this service, tell them that we tailor to individual reading preferences, and we can deliver books, magazines, large print books, audio books, as well as DVDs. There is no charge for any of these services. For more information, call the library at 740-622-0956 and ask for Holli. For a complete schedule of our library programs for sen- ior adults, see the calendar inside. This article is in part by Holli Rainwater, Outreach Coordinator at Coshocton Public Library. A portion of the information included in this article came from the Older Americans Month website, https://acl.gov/oam/2019/older- americans-month-2019. Tuesdays, March 5, 12, 19, 26, and April 2 10 - 10:30 AM Lapsit @ the Branch For babies and toddlers, Lapsit includes caregivers, parents and grandparents. We focus on fun, learning literacy and socialization skills through rhyme, rhythm, music, play, art, bubbles and more. Registration is required. Space is limited. Ages 0 - 3. Tuesdays, March 5, 12, 19, 26, and April 2 11 - 11:30AM Count On Reading @ the Branch Join us as we explore basic number and shape concepts using stories, rhyme, music, and movement. We focus on early literacy and socialization skills and, most importantly on developing a life-long love of reading and books. Registration is required. Space is limited. Ages 3-6. Summer Reading Programs begin the last week of May. Check the Summer Reading Calendar for a list of events. Thursdays, March 21 , and April 18 5 - 7 PM Teen Night @ the Branch March 21: March Madness Tournament. Test your skills in video games, board games, and good ol’ team competition. Registration is required by the Wednesday before the event. Space is limited. Grades 7-12. April 18: Open Mic Night. Do you have a poem, song, or comedy act you’ve written and would like to perform? We’ll provide the au- dience, you provide the (appropriate) material. Participation prizes awarded. Registration required if performing. Register by the Wednesday before the event. Grades 7-12. Wednesday May 8 9-10 AM Coffee Chat for Readers This Reader’s Advisory programwill help you decide what to read next. Andrea Smith, BranchManager, will host this lively book talk. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to get NewLeads onGreat Reads featuring new and best-selling fiction and non-fiction books with coffee and hot tea. Space is limited. Registration is required by calling the West Lafayette Branch (740-544-6672) or sign-up online. This program is spon- sored by Friends of the Library. (Continued from page 1)

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