We are currently out of COVID At-Home Rapid Tests. Please check our Facebook page for updates on when we will be restocked.
The Preble County Room is closed until Wednesday.
We are having our first Harry Potter Night for adults! There will be something for everyone: Drink butterbeer (non-alcoholic, of course!), participate in trivia rounds for prizes, try out Harry Potter Clue, make your own wands and/or your own potion pendants and bottles, have your tea leaves read, and get a chance to take home a free succulent!
It is 3:30 PM on a Friday. What are you going to do? We suggest you stop by the Eaton Library and play some video games! The Game Cart will roll into the Teen Section EVERY FRIDAY at 3:30 PM and OPEN GAMING* will be available until 4:30 PM.
Games and systems used will vary each week.
Gaming Systems Available:
*This program is intended only for teens in grades 6-12*
Ages 8-12 are welcome to join us for a free screening of Frozen II.
Snacks will be provided!
Frozen II is rated PG, and has a runtime of 103 minutes.
What makes a plant a plant?
How do they grow?
What do they do?
Learn more about plants at this fern-tastic homeschool program!
*This program is open to home-educated students of all ages. Please register in advance*
Calling all Elementary readers!
We will be hosting a special Youth Book Club Meeting at the end of April!
Register at the Eaton Branch for a free copy of My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George. Read the book independently (or with parents and friends!), and join us to discuss it when you're done!
April's Monthly Movie will be Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.
This film is rated PG, and has a runtime of 119 minutes.
*This program is intended only for grades 6-12*
The Eaton Branch of the Preble County District Library would like to introduce our Homework Help Club! This program provides FREE homework help to students in grades K-6th.
Drop-ins are welcome! No registration required!
This program is available from 4 PM - 6 PM each Monday.*
For more information, contact the Eaton Branch at (937) 456-4331 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You know the basics of Microsoft Word - now we will get a little fancier! This class will cover topics like creating columns, adding comments, footnotes, and tables.
Some computer experience required. It is preferred but not required that patrons first attend the What Can You Do With Microsoft Word class.