Free Movies Every Thursday!
Every Thursday evening at 6PM, the library offers movie night in the
Louis Program Room. You are welcome to bring your snacks.
See our movie list HERE, or call for titles. 937-773-6753.
The second Wednesday of each month at 7 pm in the Louis Room.
Piqua Historian and Library Director, Jim Oda
2016 Portals Schedule:
January – Food in Piqua
|July – Helping Others
August – Prehistoric & Native Peoples
September – Early Education in Piqua
October – Presidential Visits to Piqua
November – Atlas Underwear Company
December – Christmas in Piqua
We have a variety of book discussion groups – please join us!
Read It, Watch It
On the 2nd Tuesday of the month, we meet to watch a movie and then compare/contrast it with the book it is based on. If you're a fan of books and cinema, this is the group for you! Meets at 5:30PM in the Louis Room.
Thursday Morning Book Discussion
This group meets in the 2nd floor Founders Room at 10:15 a.m. on the third Thursday of each month.
Brown Bag Bood Discussion
Books for discussion are available near the first floor Circulation Desk about one month prior to the discussion. Books on CD and large print may be available, or we can inter-library loan items.
If your book club would like to check out a Book Club Set, see titles available here: Book Discussions Kits
FREE BLOOD PRESSURE AND
A nurse from U.V.M.C. will be at the Circulation Desk on the second Wednesday of each month from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Essential Oils: Eating & Drinking to a Healthier You
Monday, September 12 @ 6:30 pm
First Floor Louis Room
Join Mary Jo and Michelle as they present tips for using essential oils.
Wish you could have a genealogist help with your family tree?
Stop by the Local History Department on Friday afternoons from 1:30-5:00 pm and ask for Sharon.
She has set aside this time to help with those beginning their search or just "stuck" back in time.
Piqua Historic Home Survey
West End Project Presentation
After months of research into the history of Piqua's West End homes, AmeriCorps volunteer Dana Cress, shares her findings. Included are homes 50 years and older, that retain much of their original materials, Cress has documented and researched many properties. The boundaries for this presentation are: Park Avenue to the north; Water Street to the south; the hydraulic canal to the west; and College Street to the east. Everyone is welcome to come and learn about these historic homes.
First Floor Louis Room
begins at 6:30 pm
Click on the link at the top left of this page.