One-on-one computer training now available

We are excited to announce that computer training has returned to the Garnet A. Wilson Public Library!

Thanks to funding provided by ServeOhio, Ohio’s commission on service and volunteerism, Kimberly Roush is now offering one-on-one technology assistance and computer training at all four branches of the library. Kimberly is an AmeriCorps member serving at the library through the Guiding Ohio Online program, which is administered by the State Library of Ohio.

Digital newspaper collection now available

The Waverly Watchman

The Garnet A. Wilson Public Library is pleased to now offer digital archives of the Waverly Democrat and Waverly Watchman newspapers, which can be accessed under the "Genealogy & Local History" tab on our website.

The digitization of these papers has been made possible by the Columbus Metropolitan Library, via funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Ohio Public Library Information Network.

End-of-Summer Reading Pool Party: UPDATED!

Pool Party
Readers age 17 and under who successfully complete the Summer Reading Challenge are invited to the End-of-Summer Reading Pool Party at the Pike County Swim Club in Waverly, with swimming, pizza and drinks, and trophies for younger readers!

UPDATED:  Thanks to the Pike County Swim Club, successful readers and their families get in FREE! 

Friday, August 14, 6 to 8 p.m.


"Read for the Gold" 5K Run/3K Walk

The Velma Engle Memorial "Read for the Gold" 5K Run and 3K Walk will be held, rain or shine, on Saturday, August 15, 2015, in Bristol Village.  The race will begin at the Activity Center, located at 625 Fifth St., Waverly, with registration and check-in beginning at 7:30 a.m. and the race beginning promptly at 8:30 a.m.  The registration fee is $10 through August 8, or $15 after August 8.  Participants will receive a t-shirt commemorating the event.


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