Where is the Children’s Section?


As you walk through the front doors of the library, the children’s department is located through the giant Storybook directly on your left. You can’t miss it! Inside you will find many things to read and many fun things to do. We hope you visit us soon!


Build a Better World!
Our Summer Storytime has come to a close. Thank you to all the participants that came out to our reading programs. We had a blast and we hope you did too! You can check out all the fun from our Flickr page. We have a Solar Eclipse program coming up on the 21st, which requires registration and our Book Sale is the 18th. Keep Reading!


Fall Programs


Toddler Tales
Join us for stories, music and fun. This free program is for children ages 9 months – 2 years, with a parent or caregiver.
Tuesdays, starting September 19@ 9:30 OR
Wednesdays, starting September 20 @ 6:15
Please register using the links above for the time that works best for you.


Fairy Tale Fun
Join us for stories, music, crafts and activities. This free program is for children ages 3, 4 & 5.
Every Tuesday, starting September 19 @ 10:45 a.m.
Please register using the link above.


Playtime & Activities for children ages 9 months – 5 years, with a parent or caregiver. Offered on select Saturdays: October 21, November 18 & December 16 from 10:30 – 12:00. Please register for the sessions that work best for you.


Upcoming Programs – Save the Date


4th Annual ComiCon
Friday, September 22 at 6:00 p.m.
Come dressed as your favorite comic character and join us for games, activities and fun. Stay for the movie too! All ages are welcome. Registration is requested but not required.



Friday, October 20 @ 7:00 p.m.

For all ages. Snacks will be served. Please register for this free program. This is a sensory-friendly program.


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Pumpkin Decorating Contest
Monday, October 23 – Friday, October 26
Decorate your pumpkin like a storybook character and drop it off at the library throughout the week. A winner will be awarded at the Checkers “Spook”tacular on Monday, October 30th.


Halloween “Spook”tacular
Monday, October 30 @ 11:00 a.m.
Come to the library on your day off from school for a Halloween Spectacular with Checkers! There will be comedy, juggling, and amazing stunts. Wear your costume for a chance to win a prize. Registration is required.


Family Paint Day
Saturday, November 4
11:00 a.m.
For all ages!
Registration is required. Payment is required at the time of registration. Refreshments will be provided.


Friday, November 17, 2017 @ 7:00 p.m.

For all ages. Snacks will be served. Please register for this free program. This is a sensory-friendly program.



After-School Special
Friday, December 1 @ 4:30 p.m.
Make a gift for Christmas. Registration for this free program will begin on November 1.  For ages 6+



Pajama Storytime with Santa
Friday, December 1 @ 7:00 p.m.
Wear your jammies for a special movie and a story with Santa. For children in Kindergarten and younger only. Registration for this free program will begin on November 1. Canned goods for the food pantry are welcomed.


If the Medina Schools are closed, will storyhour be cancelled?

Yes, storyhour will be cancelled if the schools close. If schools are not closed, but Miss Mack feels it is necessary to cancel storyhour, a call will be made at least one hour before storyhour is scheduled to begin.


Does my child need a library card to take books out of the library?

Yes, your child must have a library card to take books out of the library. If he/she does not have one, please fill out an application at the front desk before the start of storyhour. The first day of storyhour is quite hectic and it is a great help to desk staff if cards are issued in advance. Your child’s library card will be kept at the front desk for the entirety of the program.


Where can I view pictures of past events at the library?

Here are the pictures of all the fun we have at the library.


Can I suggest events for the library?

Yes, just fill out our survey and let us know.

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