The Troy Foundation "Love Where You Live" Fund will match donations made to the library or other tax deductible organizations in Troy up to $1,000. Matching gifts will be made on a first come, first serve basis until the available funds are depleted. Please consider donating to the Foundation and designating the library as your charity. Thank you!
The north entrance (parking lot entrance) is now closed for construction. During this time, the library can be accessed through the West Main Street entrance. There is a ramp for wheelchair and stroller access. The Friends of the Library will not be accepting book donations while their room is closed off during construction. For your convenience, there is a temporary outside book drop on the parking lot side of the library. We thank you for your patience!
The Troy library's public internet computers will be unavailable 12-4 p.m. Saturday, October 1 so that we can present the "Bigfoot in Ohio" program.
"All of us at INFOhio are excited to say that Book Nook (booknook.infohio.org) is now live"!
Book Nook is a site devoted to student-created book trailers. It gives students a place to share the books they are reading and learn about the books other students across Ohio are enjoying.
What's more, Book Nook is ready for new submissions! The site is open to all Ohio K-12 students. Check out the guidelines and rubric for submission. Then when the book trailer is finished, just complete the short submission form. The Book Nook team will review the content within five days. Students can submit their work, or teachers and librarians can submit on behalf of students, but the book trailer needs to be done by kids for kids.
The north entrance to the Troy library will be closed for construction, beginning Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. During this time, the library can be accessed through the south entrance. There will also be a ramp for wheelchair and stroller access. The Friends of the Library will not be accepting donations while their room is closed off during construction.
The south entrance to the Troy library is closed for renovation of that area until around Nov. 22. The north entrance to the parking lot will be available during this time. We realize this could be inconvenient for some people who use the south doors, however closing an exit was a better option than closing the library while work is done. Please do not try to access the building from West Main Street but use the north entrance instead. The north entrance will be closed for construction, beginning Wednesday, Nov. 23, at the earliest. During this time, the library can be accessed through the south entrance. There is a ramp for wheelchair and stroller access. The Friends of the Library will not be accepting book donations while their room is closed off during construction.
TROY FOOTBALL, LINCOLN COMMUNITY CENTER, and TROY-MIAMI COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Punt, Pass, and Kick 2016
When: 10 a.m. Saturday, May 7, 2016
Where: Ferguson Field (Troy High School)
Who: Boys and girls ages 6-13
How: Pre-register April 1—22 at Lincoln Community Center, Troy Miami-County Public Library, or download the online form. Registration forms can be turned in at the Troy library or Lincoln Community Center between April 1-22.
*Limited registration available at 9:30 a.m. day of event
The Troy-Miami County Public Library, Local History Library, and Oakes-Beitman Memorial Library will be closed for New Year's on Thursday, December 31 - Friday, January 1, 2016. Have a happy New Year!
Wednesday, July 7 | 11 a.m.
Why do animals have tails? Join us to learn more about some amazing creatures and to enjoy hands-on educational fun with our friends from Brukner. This event will be held in the park behind the library and is intended for elementary-aged children and their families.
Registration is required and will be available HERE beginning June 23. For more information call 937.339.0502 ext. 121
Bring lunch or snacks and your picnic blanket to Brukner Park. behind the library, for short story readings & fun outdoor activities. This program is appropriate for elementary-aged children and families. Registration is required for each individual session and will be available one week prior to the event using the links below.
Thursday, July 8 | 6:30 p.m.
Join us for some fun in the sun on the river at Treasure Island Park! We will discuss the book, The River by Peter Heller and then head out on a kayaking adventure led by a local tour guide from Adventures on the Great Miami. Great for beginners! For adults only. This program is FREE made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)
Registration for this event is required and will be available HERE beginning June 24, 2021.