Time Warner Cable has scheduled maintenance on our internet circuit from 12-6 a.m. on Wednesday, December 14, 2016. During this time your connectivity to the library website and catalog may experience an interruption of service. Thank you for your patience during the maintenance.
Some website maintenance is planned for tonight. This will take place after 10 p.m., and may cause some intermittent connectivity. We anticipate that the work will take around an hour. Thanks for your patience!
Sentiments are running high for the presidential election. Whether the library is your polling location or not, please respect the law and do not loiter, congregate, or campaign within 100 feet of the library Tuesday (Nov. 8). Also, please do not attempt to influence any voter. Thank you! (Ohio Revised Code citation below).
"The best possible patron experience is always the first thing on our minds at hoopla digital."
hoopla encourages you to update your app versions today, as they are making updates to ensure the highest quality! hoopla continues to evolve, creating the features and fixes for a better user experience. Because of this, On October 24th, hoopla will only support the following app versions:
- iOS devices – hoopla version 4.1 and above
- Android devices – hoopla version 3.9 and above
- Amazon devices – hoopla version 3.9 and above
You can also use hoopla by visiting the website www.hoopladigital.com.
Interactive learning environments for preschoolers and children in early grades. "Trek's Travels" offers narrated stories, interactive games, and original videos that teach early childhood themes, including numbers, shapes, colors, opposites, and more. "Welcome to Reading" develops and strengthen phonics, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and comprehension skills. "Know It" offers a richly visual first encyclopedia.
Thousands of colorful illustrations, diagrams, and maps enrich thousands of articles selected for appeal and curricular standards, with teacher guides, provide instructions and stimulating ways to use content in the classroom setting or for homework.
These World Book databases, and more, can be found online at www.tmcpl.org/research
Borrow free movies, TV shows, eBooks, comics, music and audiobooks on hoopla. Thousands of titles are always available for instant streaming or temporary download to the hoopla app on mobile devices. See what all the hoopla is about! Start browsing now!
- With hoopla, there are never any waiting lists, see a title and check it out!
- No chance of an overdue fine! When your title expires, it automatically deletes itself. If you aren't finished with it, you can check it out again.
- Each library cardholder may check out up to 6 titles per month.
- See how to access Kids Mode for family-appropriate content.
For more information, call 937-339-0502 ext. 112.
Do you know that Troy-Miami County Public Library offers a special Classroom Card, just for you? Enjoy longer loan periods, no fines, access to individualized teacher collections, and more. Find all the details here or call any Troy-Miami County Public Library branch. Already have a Troy-Miami County Public Library Classroom Card? Just remember the cards do expire every year on September 1, but renewal is easy. Contact your local Troy-Miami County Public Library location to verify your current Classroom Card status.
There are still lots of great programs happening this summer, including cardio drumming, a Boonshoft Museum exhibit, book clubs, graffiti art, outdoor movies and much more. Be sure to check out our calendar so you don’t miss a thing! You do not have to be registered for the summer reading program to attend these events. And, all of our programs are provided at no cost to you! Support for these programs is provided by the Friends of the Library and The Troy Foundation.
Saturday, August 6 • 9a-12p
Members of The Upper Valley Fiber Guild will demonstrate the process for making finished products from natural fiber on the corner of W. Main and Cherry Street during the Cherry Street Market. They will show us how to spin and weave yarn in the way that our pioneer ancestors would have.
Call the Local History Library at 937.335.4082 for more information.
Wednesdays • 6:30 p.m.
September 7 - October 26
High School Seniors, let experts guide you on the journey to college in eight weekly informative sessions. Topics include choosing colleges, creating a high school resume, the application process, and paying for college.
Chess club is open to all skill levels and ages; it is an opportunity to improve your game, challenge friends, and a fun evening for the whole family. Chess Club is at 6:30p on the first Wednesday of the month at the library.
No registration is required. Call the library at 937.339.0502 ext.122 for more information.
Tuesdays • 11a-3p
Do you have a tablet, phone, or computer that you're not sure how to use or does it frustrate you?
Do you need some assistance using the library's electronic resources to access ebooks, audiobooks, or movies?
Stop by the library to get some technology help!
To make an appointment call 937-339-0502, ext.117, or register online HERE