West Union Branch
Do you need help learning to use a computer?
Sign up for a free, hands-on, introductory computer class at the West Union Library! Call 937-544-2591 and reserve your spot for two 3-hour classes, on Monday and Wednesday evening at the West Union Library.
On Monday, November 12, the online Library Catalog will be unavailable during the evening hours for maintenance. The Catalog has experienced some problems when searching for items, and the maintenance is planned to resolve the problem. If you need to access your library account while the Catalog is unavailable, please call your branch of the Adams County Public Library, and we'll be happy to help you. Thank you for your patience!
All Adams County Public Libraries will be open on Monday, November 12. Stop in and visit us!
Starting Monday, July 16, all branches of the Adams County Public Library will be open six days each week. Adams County Libraries will be open from 10 am – 5 pm, Monday through Saturday. Each library will also offer evening hours until 7 pm on two week nights.
In 2010, the Adams County Public Library was forced to cut some services and reduce open hours by one day per week at each library, because of reductions in state library funding. In March 2012, Adams County voters approved a library levy, allowing us to restore the weekly hours during which library services and facilities are available to the community. Thank you for your continuing support!
West Union Public Library Summer Reading Program: Dream Big... Read!
Join us for these fun-filled events at the West Union Library, on Thursday mornings at 10:30 am! Children of all ages are welcome. Call 937-544-2591 for more information.
The Adams County Public Library staff is in the process of being trained on a new circulation software system. SirsiDynix Symphony® Integrated Library System is scheduled to go “live” around June 7, 2012.
This planned change in software will take place simultaneously in hundreds of Ohio public libraries.
As with any change, there could be some downtime and a few bumps and bruises along the way. However, the end result will be worth it. We are asking that you bear with us as we make these improvements.
As always, Adams County Public Library is here to serve you. Thank you for your understanding and support!
Meet local author J. S. Clark during a book signing, meet & greet, and open discussion of his debut novel, New Arbor Day, at the West Union Library on April 26, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm!
J. S. Clark is a former Marine and speculative fiction author, whom you may know as Jesse from the Happy Turtle restaurant in West Union, where he works with his wife Alisa. At the meet & greet, Jesse's novel New Arbor Day will be available for purchase, and refreshments will be offered. We'll hold an open discussion of his debut novel, as well as the upcoming sequel, and his other works in development, including his short story series Aiyela the Space Gypsy. See what else he is working on at his website, http://pen-of-jsclark.com, or follow him on twitter at @jsclark5768.
Join patrons of the Adams County Public Library, as we celebrate “I Love My Library Month” this February! All month, stop in to your local library, pick up a paper heart, and write a note about why the library is important to you. We’ll post your “library love notes” in your local branch library.
This Thursday, January 12, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm, the West Union Public Library invites you to meet local author and West Union resident Mary Ayres, as she presents a talk about her book In His Hands: A Journey of an Adopted Child. Published in 2011, In His Hands is Mary’s personal account of her life as an adopted child through adulthood. Join us as we listen to Mary’s inspirational story, celebrate her newly published book, and enjoy light refreshments. Copies of In His Hands will be available for sale, and Mary will be signing copies of her book.