We are happy to announce that wireless printing is now available at the New Lexington Library location. To print from your laptop or device (must be in the building), click the link below and follow the prompts. If you need help our friendly reference staff is available.
Voting in the 2016 Buckeye Children's and Teen Book Awards (BCTBA), Ohio's statewide reader's choice award for students in grades K-12, is now open! Through November 10, children and teens can vote for their favorite nominated books at www.bcbookaward.info/vote-nominate/vote-here/.
Visit MyOhioVote.com to make sure you're registered to vote! You can also update your information, find your polling location, and find important information about the upcoming election!
All of the Perry County District Library locations have voter registration forms and absentee request forms.
Users can now register for a library card online! The temporary card will allow you to place a hold on one item. To collect your hold you will need an ID with a current address, if it doesn't have your current address please also bring a piece of mail with your current address to the library you chose. Please contact us with any questions! (740) 342-4194
Middle School and High School Students were asked to participate in an Oral History Project, sponsored by Perry County Waste Reduction and Recycling in conjunction with the Perry County District Library, Perry County Historical & Cultural Arts Society, and the Perry County Genealogical Society Memories Project.
The office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has developed a comprehensive online Student Loan Center to help prospective, current, and former college students understand and manage student loans. The Attorney General's Student Loan Center, http://www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/StudentLoans, contains information and resources to explore careers, choose a school, apply for student loans, and repay loans.
The simple and enjoyable act of sharing books helps your child learn pre-reading skills such as understanding the sounds letters make, developing a bigger vocabulary, and building background knowledge—all important skills that help prepare your child for learning to read and entering kindergarten.
Adults (age 55 & older) slow down and enjoy the gentle, relaxing movements of tai chi. In this class, students will learn several series of moves that can be practiced at home or outside, and do exercises to improve balance and flexibility. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that can move freely on the floor.
Perry County Memories: Oral History Project