Ongoing

National Candy Month Drawing

Toronto Branch 607 Daniels Street, Toronto

June is National Candy Month.  Stop in the library to place your name in a drawing.

Virtual Scholastic Book Fair

Schiappa Branch 4141 Mall Drive, Steubenville

PLSJ is hosting its annual Scholastic Book Fair but this year it's all online.  Look for the link here on June 21-July 4 to order books for your home collection.

Virtual Scholastic Book Fair

Schiappa Branch 4141 Mall Drive, Steubenville

It's time for the library's Scholastic Book Fair but this year it's virtual.  Visit the fair at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/schiappabranchlibrary  

Lighthouses of Ohio

Main Library 407 S. 4th Street, Steubenville

Reference Library Assistant, Juli, will take you on an online tour.  Lighthouses of Ohio will feature 10 picturesque lighthouses that will make you see Ohio in a whole new light. […]

Mr. Puppet Online Show

Schiappa Branch 4141 Mall Drive, Steubenville

Get ready for lots of laughs and fun with Mr. Puppet.  Families will have a great time watching the ventriloquist entertain kids of ALL ages.

Origami Online

Schiappa Branch 4141 Mall Drive, Steubenville

Tune in for an Origami instructional video for beginners with Schiappa staff member Jessica Doan.  The video will be available on the library's YouTube channel, PLSJ, June 24-July 17.

Scavenger Hunt

Toronto Branch 607 Daniels Street, Toronto

Kids will have tons of fun finding what they need for this scavenger hunt.  Stop in the library to get started.

Medieval Knight, Outside

Main Library 407 S. 4th Street, Steubenville

A librarian in full armor will present a variety of medieval arms and armor with a demonstration of some of these. All done with an emphasis on safety but no […]

Grab-and-Go Story Time

Tiltonsville Branch 702 Walden Ave, Tiltonsville

Stop in to grab a Story Time to enjoy at home.  The theme is related to the book The Watermelon Seed by Greg Pizzoli.

Grab-and-Go Story Time

Brilliant Branch 103 Steuben Street, Brilliant

Stop in to grab a Story Time to enjoy at home.  The theme is related to the book The Watermelon Seed by Greg Pizzoli.