September at the Library


Reading with your children during their preschool years is very important for lifelong learning, and the experts at the Findlay-Hancock County Library are here to help.

According to Cindy Romick, Children’s Services Manager, the library environment provides a space for families to spend time together. New this fall, a Sensory-Friendly Story Time on September 10 will provide inclusive, interactive programming for children with sensory integration issues. Beginning the week of September 15, the regular story times start back up for the school year.

Story Time for ages 3-6 takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30am and Baby Story Time for ages 0-3 is offered on Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:45am. While there is plenty going on for the little ones, school-age children don’t have to miss out on the fun! On September 23, children in grades 1-6 can compete in fun physical challenges in a program called “60 Second Showdown,” while teens in grades 6-12 can enjoy Teen Tuesdays on September 16, 23 and 30. 


206 Broadway St., Findlay. For more events for children, tweens and teens go to or call the library at 419-422-1712.