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LIBRARY EVENTS GUIDE
Ever wished there was a portable library events guide that you could take with you wherever you go? Our quarterly MORE magazine is what you’ve been looking for! Pick up a copy at any TLCPL location.VIEW ONLINE
March 27, 2018 - Stranahan Theater
Authors! Authors! returns March 27 with food author Michael Pollan, followed by broadcast journalist Natalie Morales on April 19, and Orange is the New Black author Piper Kerman on May 9. Get your tickets today!
View the full 2017-2018 series.Get Tickets
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Beginning February 1, 2018
Celebrate Black History Month with us! We’re hosting a read-in, a Toledo School for the Arts music concert, the Glass City Black Comix Fest, Poetry Speaks and Open Book with Amanda Lucidon, former White House photographer to First Lady Michelle Obama.Learn More
METROPARKS AT THE LIBRARY
We’re partnering with Metroparks Toledo to host a series of programs for all ages on topics such as outdoor skills, birding, wildlife, fossils and more.LEARN MORE
2018 Writing Contest
Our annual Ruth Blank Venner and Mary Jane Blank McCormick Writing Contest is back! This year's theme is "Overnight in the Library." Grades K-12 can enter their original stories (for a chance to win prizes) now - March 31.LEARN MORE
Ann Arbor Film Fest
Feb. 22 | 7 p.m. | Main Library, McMaster Center
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is bringing its Digital Tour to the Toledo Lucas County Public Library! Join us for a special evening celebrating movies as we view six awarding-winning short films. Co-presented by the Toledo City Paper.