It’s holiday craft time! Starting on Monday, Nov.30th we will kick off our Holiday Take & Make Crafts. A new kit will be available every TWO weeks for adults/young adults and every week for kids.
Since it seems we may need to be curbside longer that we wish, the staff at the Mount Gilead Public Library has come up with a plan to serve YOU in two convenient ways.
Join the Mount Gilead Public Library as you attempt to prep your spaceship for departure! But beware as one crewmate will be an imposter bent on eliminating everyone!
Local crafters can come together EVERY TUESDAY for an hour of crafting and conversation.
“This is an exciting time for the library,” announced Melissa Kipp, Library Director. “With the support of the voters in Mt. Gilead, we can now not only continue our excellence in service, but also deliver new, more and better things.”
With the announcement on Thursday, November 5, 2020 of Morrow County moving to COVID-19 Alert Level Red, the Mount Gilead Public Library is following its plan to move to curbside services. MGPL will continue to serve customers with curbside services only while the alert level remains raised.
Dinovember is an all-out dino-mite party and we're ready to celebrate with you.
After closing the library building temporarily as a precautionary measure due to COVID-19, we are happy to announce that we are again open for all of our services.
Thursdays at 8 PM (Starting October 8th) join Story Teller Bob for some family-friend True Ghost Stories on our YouTube Channel
Maker Space Junior presents Fall-themed crafts
The Mount Gilead Public Library drive-up window (only) is now a distribution site for at-home COVID-19 test kits. “You drive up, ask for a kit and give some basic information and drive away,” said library director Melissa Kipp. "The process is easy and quick - and free.” No test kits will be handed out inside of the building.
The Morrow County Genealogical Society will hold its monthly meeting on October 23 in the meeting room at the Mt Gilead Public Library Annex.
ODOT meetings online or in-person to share information about a connection between Columbus and Toledo.