The library is currently hiring a part-time Reference Assistant for the Coshocton Public Library location. If you are friendly, helpful, and passionate about library services, this position may be the job for you! Please see our Employment page for more details. No phone calls please.
On the evening of February 26th, the Siberian Husky Club of Greater Cleveland will bring their dogs and explain the history of sled dogs and sled dog racing in the United States. Due to its popularity, this program will take place at Central Christian Church, 731 Main Street, Coshocton - just one block from the Library.
Keeping up with technology can be difficult and we want you to know that we are here to help! If you have limited knowledge of computers and the internet, Lifelong Learning: Digital Edition, might be just what you need.
Money 101 is a financial education program that gives you the tools to break down your money challenges into smaller, manageable pieces of a plan that works. This free program has been created for individuals who want to improve their ability to become financially stable. These 4 one hour classes, taught by Emily Marrison from the Coshocton County Extension Office, give you the keys to creating a financial plan that sets you on the path to financial stability.