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Book Bingo – Mark Your Calendars!

Mark your calendars for Book Bingo Monday, March 9 at Ohio Township Public Library System -  Central (Newburgh) Library.  Think – food, fun, free books, and/or gift certificates.  You won’t go home without winning something!  Bingo runs from 6-8 pm in the Diamond & Emerald Rooms.  Everybody’s* invited.  [*Participants must be third grade (with parents) […]

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Lunch & Learn – Topic: Prevention & Treatment of Injury; Keeping Your Body Moving

The Ohio Township Central Library and H.E.L.P. (Healthcare Education Learning Partners) are collaborating for a Lunch & Learn program and the topic for February covers prevention and treatment of injury.  Joey Pettyjohn, PT, DPT, Clinical Manager from ProRehab Newburgh will be the speaker. Where:     Diamond Room Come join us to learn more about various topics […]

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Library Friends Used Book Sale – Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday — January 22-25, 2015

Central Library – Newburgh Come and check it out! Preview Sale for Ohio Township Library Friends Members Only – Thursday, January 22  – 5:30pm-8:30pm (memberships sold at the door) Friday & Saturday (January 23 & 24) 9am – 4:30pm & Sunday (January 25) 1-3pm Buy a Friends’ Book Bag for $8 – fill it with […]

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Financial Security for Women Ages 40-80

Numbers don’t lie – on the average, women who are 40 & older serve as their household’s chief financial officer more than 50% of the time.  This program is designed for women who want to learn more about investing for retirement, Social Security, Insurance, long term care planning, and understanding the difference between a financial […]

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Choosing a Medicare Plan For You

Thomas Scholl will speak about choosing a Medicare Plan for you Wednesday, January 21 at 6:30pm in the Emerald Room. Please sign up at the Circulation Desk for this informational talk so we know how many to expect.  Questions?  Call 863-5468, ext. 316.

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