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Intro To Essential Oils

Join us for an educational class about doTERRA's Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils and learn how nature's medicine cabinet can empower you to take care of your family's health in safe, all-natural ways on a daily basis. Beverly Martin will be presenting this program on Monday April 21, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the library.

Learn insightful knowledge on how to:

* Help coughs, colds, flu, earaches, headaches & more

* Build your immune system

* Relieve stress & anxiety and lift your mood

* Assist in first aid and pain relief

* Clean the air in your environment (home, school, work)

* Cleanse your body and naturally support its systems!

Learn how to replace virtually every medicine in your cabinet with safe and pure essential oils.


Toddler Time Schedule

toddler timeToddler Time is for children ages 1-3 and their parents or guardians. Programs are on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. and last around 45 minutes.  Programs will begin March 5th and they consist of playtime, songs, fingerplays, and simple stories.  To register your child, please call 419-983-4575 or stop by for a visit and see what we have to offer. Please see list of programs below:

April 9th = Fly Like A Bird

April 16th = Bath Time Fun!

Storytime Schedule

A child and various animals looking at a book.Storytime is for children ages 3-5 and consists of playtime, songs, stories, flannelboards and a craft. Programs are on Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. and last around an hour. To register your child or children please call 419-983-4675. Please see list of programs below:

April 8th = April Showers

April 15th = Hurry, Easter Bunny!

Fun Nights at the Library

Craft items, such as paper, scissors, paints, and markers.Children in grades K-4 are welcome to come to the library for a snack, stories, crafts, and fun. Programs are on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. and last around an hour.  Please see list of programs below:

April 14th = Happy Easter!

Sponsor a Subscription TODAY!

Sponsoring a magazine is a wonderful way to help the library save money. All you have to do is select a magazine from the magazine list and pay for a one year subscription. A name plate will be placed on the shelf below the magazine to designate your donation. You will have the first opportunity to have the magazines when they are released for the book sale. Each year, a reminder will be sent to you if you would like to sponsor it again.

Here are the titles that are still available for sponsorship.  Contact the library for pricing details.

Research Library is Now Open

The W.E. Bliss Foundation Research Library is now open for those who would like to do genealogy or other local history research. It is open Monday through Friday from 11:00-5:00 p.m. and Saturdays by appointment only.

Cell Phone Recycling

A picture of lots of cellphones and people using themDo you have a cell phone you no longer use? Place it in the cell phone recyling box next to the eye glasses recycling box near the front door.

Bloomville School Replicas

1923 replicas of the Bloomville School are being sold by the Tiffin Alumni Association at Bliss Library for $15.00. The replica shows the school before the elementary addition was built in 1955. Many of you have the 1955 replica, so this would be an additional piece to your collection of Bloomville School memorabilia.

Beth's Picks



Image of Silver Linings Playbook
Rated R Silver Linings Playbook. I just finished reading the book in a couple of days. Good read!




Image of Django Unchained
Rated R Django Unchained. Looks good to me.




Image of Life of Pi
Rated PG Life of Pi. I wasn't sure about this movie when I took it home but it turned out to be one of the best movies I have watched for awhile. Highly recommended! We also have the book if you would like to check it out.





Recycle your old printer cartridges--AT THE LIBRARY!

Looking for an easy way to help your local library, let the staff at Bliss Memorial PL recycle your used printer cartridges.  Just drop them off and we will do the rest.  Questions, comments, concerns?  Contact us.

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