Find out what exciting events are happening in October at the Williams County Public Library. We have special programming planned for all our locations including our Bryan Main Library, the Local History Center, and our branches in Edgerton, Edon, Pioneer, Stryker, and West Unity!
More than just a comic convention, Fountain City Fandemonium is an event that celebrates fandoms of all kinds! Held on September 28, at the Bryan Main Library, Fandemonium is open to all ages, with a little something for everyone to enjoy!
Sunday hours at Bryan Main Library are back! Stop in to the library from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm to check in or check out materials. Sunday hours run from Labor Day through Memorial Day.
The West Unity Branch Library invites teens and adults to revisit all things Downton Abbey, before the movie, featuring the beloved Crawley family, comes to theaters! You will also learn proper teatime manners to prepare you for a royal visit from King George and Queen Mary.
If you love to read and discuss books, you are invited to come participate and be a part of the many book clubs offered by Williams County Public Library. Various WCPL branches host monthly meetings for their clubs. Check out the meeting schedule for September 2019!
The library will be closed on Monday, September 2nd in observance of the Labor Day Holiday.
Tail Waggin' Tutors is coming to the Edgerton and Stryker Branch Libraries! The fun reading program allows children to sit and read one-on one to a licensed therapy dog. This allows kids to feel comfortable practicing their reading skills with a furry friend!
Julie Limbacher, a professional organizer, will teach you how to start a system to keep your kids school paperwork in order.
Back to school night can be stressful. Save yourself some work by stopping in at the Stryker Branch Library for a sausage and ice cream fundraiser meal, before or after visiting Stryker’s back to school open house.
Shown in the photo: Jeff Yahraus, Director, WCPL, First Lady Fran DeWine, Chasity Yoder, Executive Director United Way of Williams County and Jamie Vonalt Executive Assistant United Way of Williams County.