Wednesday, August 9, 2017


The Arcanum Public Library wrapped up its summer reading program with a party for patrons on Saturday, August 5th. At the party, there were balloon animals, building toys, and outdoor games. Kids could get their face painted, and enjoy ice cream and popsicles. Prizes for the top readers were displayed and handed out, along with other prizes patrons had earned during the 8 week program. A great time was had by all.

The library would like to thank all who participated and helped make this a fun-filled, learning event for all. There were a record number of participants, and many incentives given throughout the summer. The library also wants to thank all of the local businesses and patrons who donated gifts, decorations, supplies, or money to help us put on a great program: Young’s Jersey Dairy, Troy Recreation Department, Vandalia Recreation Center, Papa John’s Pizza in Greenville, Marco’s Pizza in Greenville, Jumpy’s Fun Zone, Beechwood Golf Course, Dayton Dragons, The Scott Family McDonald’s, Lowes in Greenville, Lowes in Troy, Sherwin Williams Paints in Greenville, Kroger, Troutwine Insurance, Picnic’s Pizza, Cynthia Vogel, Kennedy Vineyard, Subway in Arcanum, Subway in Greenville, Hot Head Burritos in Greenville, Rural King, Brumbaugh’s Fruit ‘N Fun Farm, and anyone else who may have helped with their time, talent, and more!

On Tuesday, August 15th, join us for a relaxing afternoon of adult coloring, from 4:00-5:30. Unwind and de-stress as you color and chat. Refreshments will be served, and supplies are provided.

The next meeting of the book club will be held on Tuesday, August 15th at 6:00. The book “The Traitor’s Wife” will be discussed, and the next book will be selected. All are welcome to come join the club.

The library would like to remind patrons that it will be closed the week of the Great Darke County Fair, from Monday, August 21- Saturday, August 26. Enjoy the fair, and all it has to offer!

Check our webpage often for a list of upcoming events, as we set the dates for a “Gilligan’s Island” day, a genealogy workshop, and more.

If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call at 937-692-8484. You can also check out our website, find us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

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