This month's featured location is our Emerson R. Miller branch headed up by Deb Holman who grew up in Licking County and is a lifelong resident of Ohio. After graduating from Lakewood High School, she attended OSU where she majored in American History. She began working for the Licking County Library in 2003 at the Emerson R. Miller branch and received her MLIS from Kent State University in 2004.
To get to the research tool, visit our website and click Research and Homework Help. Then, click Research Tools. Gale Legal Forms, along with many other great resources, will be available here.
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Join the Licking County Library for the its 4th Annual Cruise-In on May 5th from 6 – 9 PM in the parking lot of the Main Library. The event is free and open to the public. Poppy’s Roadside Diner is available that evening for those wanting dinner while walking around the car show.
Newark, Ohio—Licking County Library (LCL) is officially fine free. That means no penalties for patrons who are late returning books, movies or any materials—no matter if it is a few days or a few weeks. The Library’s goal is to remove the barriers to its resources and services while continuing its mission of serving a community of life-long learners.
April is Autism Awareness Month! During the month of April, the main Library will showcase artwork produce by children and teens on the autism spectrum. The Learning Spectrum (Newark) students and My Place To Be members would appreciate customers sharing supportive feedback of the artwork using the comment form provided.