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The Grove City Library is happy to announce that we are now on twitter! You can follow us and keep up with all that is going on here. You can find us @GroveCLibrary. Remember to follow and re-tweet 🙂

AGC Book Discussion Group

The AGC Book Discussion Group is currently reading “Red Notice” by Bill Browder. The group will meet on Oct. 17th, 7 pm at the Grove City Public Library to discuss this book. If you wish to join, you may pick up a copy at either the Atwater or Grove City Public Libraries. 

Gearing up for Teen Read Week!


We have a busy week planned for Oct 8-14th in our efforts to focus on encouraging teens to “Unleash Your Story”. Our focus is on getting teens to think about their stories, do some writing and also to think about the stories, fables, biographies of others. And we plan to make it fun! Check out the calendar of events :

Author Rep. Dean Urdahl to speak @ AGC Discussion Group

We are pleased to welcome Rep. Dean Urdahl to the AGC Discussion Group meeting on Sept. 19. He will be speaking about the Indian Wars/Uprising. The group will be meeting at the Atwater Public Library, 7 pm on Tuesday Sept 19th. 

Solar Eclipse Tail-Gate Luncheon

Everyone is invited to enjoy and view the solar eclipse with us! It’s a tail-gate party so bring chairs or a blanket, drinks, and a dish to share. Hot dogs/fixings/cookies will be provided by the libraries.

Guest Speaker for Book Discussion Group

The AGC Book Discussion Group will be hosting a guest speaker on Tuesday, August 15 @ 7 pm. Ellen Radel is a collector and researched of Little Golden Books. All are welcome to attend! This event will be held at the Grove City Public Library.

Professor Marvel’s DIY MAGIC

You’re invited to see Professor Marvel in his DIY Magic show. Entertaining for all ages-Mark your calendar’s now!

Summer @ the Library




Summer has been busy here at the library! If you’ve stopped in you have noticed the computers are often in use, there are kids coloring/reading/playing/ using wifi. We’ve hosted a number of special events (check the calendar, there are more to come!). Perhaps my favorite thing about summer at the library is the Summer Reading Program-which has been in full swing this year. I am so happy when kids bring back their reading logs, choose a prize and get a new log to fill out. It means they’ve been reading!  We’ve had wonderful community support so there are lots of ‘certificates” from local establishments. I also love it when kids ask me for a book recommendation-or better yet, share one with me!

I’ve had the opportunity to spend more time with the teens this year. I have very much enjoyed getting to know them and planning a Divergent themed party for them. My favorite comments were “This was so much fun” and “We should do this more often.” I enjoy watching them interact with each other, make new friends, and build relationships with those in their community. The icing on the cake, a good book discussion with a group of teens!

Summer is flying by, but there is still time to get in on the fun. It’s never too late to sign up for Summer Reading (up until August 31). There are still more events on our calendar-including Professor Marvel, our Solar Eclipse Lunch Party and some special guests for the AGC Book Discussion Group. Check out our calendar for more information-or find us on facebook for updates on what’s happening @ the Library. We hope to see you this summer!


AGC Book Discussion Group: One Thousand White Women

The AGC Book Discussion Group will meet July 18th at 7 pm at the Atwater Public Library. The group is currently reading “One Thousand White Women: The Journals of May Dodd, by Jim Fergus. This is a novel centered around a group of pioneer women, who under the advocacy of the U. S. Government,  travel with the purpose of intermarrying with the Cheyenne Indians. It is a historical novel with vivid characters, a portrait of the American West in the year 1875.

Design a Wire Sculpture

Patrons ages 8 and up are invited to Design a Wire Sculpture with Jen Anfinson. Jen is a talented artist who works with all ages, and inspires creativity.

Divergent After-Hours Party



Teens-Mark your Calendars!

Divergent-After Hours Party will be on

Monday, July 17th from 5-9 pm.

There will be food (including chocolate cake) and games ( Kahoot, Marshmellow Wars and more)themed around the book, ” Divergent” by Veronica Roth. There will be a short book discussion as well. You are encouraged to ‘dress your faction”.

Read the book. Tell your friends. Enjoy the Party!

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