Jackson Township Library Branch Manager Kathy Kibler is next for our celebration series installment.
Kibler notes some of the exciting projects going on this year, including building and parking lot renovations. The branch will also continue with its programming for residents of all ages.
For more information about the library, take a look below:
Q) What’s in store for the library within the next year?
A) This will be an exciting year for the Stark County District Library Jackson Township Branch as we make some much-needed repairs to the building and parking lot.
Our busy branch will continue to offer programs for all ages and provide the best in print materials along with digital media (e-books, magazines and music). We also have research databases where you can access full-text journal articles, home repair information, local businesses and more, plus our librarians provide one-on-one career and job assistance.
Q) How does the community influence what services and/or activities are offered at the library?
A) Our programs reflect the interests and needs of the Jackson Township community. Ours is an active, engaged population and we reflect that in the variety of our programming: computer and e-reader classes; an Exercise Your Mind Summer Reading Program for children; for adults everything from yoga to organic gardening to financial literacy.
We’ve recently reopened our Drive-up Window as a way of thanking the community for passing the operating levy last November. We welcome suggestions and comments from the Jackson Township community. We’re here to help make Jackson a great place to live.