The City of Toledo offers an excellent small town library! We have just what you need to help you find the books and materials you need in town, in the county, in the state, and around the world through the Chinook Library Network, a cooperative including public and community college libraries, and our extensive interlibrary loan program.
The Toledo Public Library invites everyone to the dedication of the Flag Pole Plaza and Gardens on Monday, August 20 at 10 am. We want to celebrate the efforts of the many folks who combined their energy, talents and resources to make this renovation a reality over the last five years. The necessary removal of the Black Walnut tree was controversial and distressing for many, but the community worked together as it so often does, and the result is something that Toledo can be proud of for years to come. The dedication will be followed by light refreshments. We hope you can come.
Be sure to join us for Recess Outdoor Adventures 3 pm Tuesday 8/21
10:45 Thursday morning!
The Toledo Public Library offers the following programs and services:
Weekly Preschool Story Hour
Public Internet Access/Wi-Fi
Word processing computers
Now available through the Toledo Public Library! Popular books free to download and keep, handpicked by librarians across the US. Instructions:
All readers can browse Open Bookshelf in the Digital Public Library of America via SimplyE, no login required. All books are free to download, and yours to keep.
• 1. Download the SimplyE app (iOS and Android)
• 2. Select “Find Your Library”
• 3. Scroll down to “Digital Public Library of America”
• 4. Find your next read!
For more information on the Library’s programs and services, please call 541-336-3132.
The following resources are available for free to Toledo Public Library cardholders: