We are more than great books! From board games and musical instruments to streaming devices and tablets, we can jumpstart your next hobby and pursue your interests. Our array of unique lending materials is listed below!
- Board Games
- Experience Packs
- Launchpad Tablets for Youth
- Mobile Hotspots - Free
- Mobile Hotspot Reservation - Fee
- Musical Instruments—Guitars | Mandolins | Ukuleles | Banjos
- Playaways Views for Youth
- Seed, Sprout, Share Seed Library
- Sensory Toy Collection
- Sewing Machines
- Sprout Backpacks
- Talking Books for the Visually Impaired
- The Works museum passes
For a current list of games, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've gathered together different items (books, movies, DVDs, even video games) around a certain theme and packaged them to create an experience for you.
Launchpad Tablets for Youth
Launchpad Tablets have preloaded apps and games that provide learning opportunities for age-specific and tailored topics.
The mobile Wi-Fi hotspots let people get internet service anywhere there's a cell connection.
We offer guitars, banjos, mandolins and ukuleles available to borrow for 28-day lending periods. Take an instrument home and learn to play on your own, or ask our librarians about our other music learning resources. Read our policies on musical instrument borrowing.
Self-contained audiobooks on their own MP3 player. They are small and easy to use—just plug in your headphones or plug into your AUX jack for use in your car.
Playaway Views for Youth
The all-in-one video player that makes movies, shows and award-winning educational programming accessible without the need for DVDs, downloads or a streaming device. Just plug in your headphones, listen and watch.
Use your home Wi-Fi to stream a wide variety of movies, TV shows and videos. Channels include Netflix, Crunchyroll, VUDU, PBS and more.
Seed, Sprout, Share Seed Library
Help your garden grow by obtaining free seeds from our Seed Library. This program provides locally adapted open-pollinated, heirloom seeds supplied and cultivated by Licking County residents. Seeds are located at our Downtown Newark and Johnstown (Mary E. Babcock) locations.
Sensory Toy Collection
We provide specialized toys that help improve concentration and focus. We know how costly and time consuming it can be to find the right tools for your child. We are pleased to share this collection for you to borrow.
We have Singer Stylist models that are housed at the West Newark (Emerson R. Miller) location. These machines can be delivered to your closest branch by reservation through our online catalog.
Our baby and toddler backpack kits contain a collection of items (books, games and tactile objects) on a specific topic. These are available in the Youth Department and are updated often.
Talking Books for the Visually Impaired
The Licking County Library has been designated by the State Library of Ohio as a sub-lending agency to provide free recorded books, magazines and playback equipment to eligible blind, visually impaired, physically disabled and reading disabled Ohio residents.
If you are interested in learning or applying to this service or have questions about your existing services, please contact the Adult Services Department by phone at 740.349.5553 or email email@example.com. Fill out an application for the program and return to your local LCL branch.
The Works Museum Passes
Enjoy a day at The Works Museum in Newark! Up to four individuals can visit on a pass for free. Passes can be borrowed with a current Licking County Library card for up to 28 days.
Get to Know Your Apple Device
10:30 AM @ Downtown Newark - Meeting Room A
Get to Know the basics of your Apple devices as well as how to navigate the App Store and download apps for your device. Participants should bring their own device to the class as well as their passwo...
Family Story Time - Hebron
10:30 AM @ Hebron
Enjoy stories, songs and activities for the whole family.
Preschool Craft Time
10:30 AM @ Utica (Hervey Memorial)
Join us for a morning of crafts, friendship and fun!
Girls Who Code
5:30 PM @ Downtown Newark - Lower Level Story Time Room
The fun Girls Who Code curriculum is used to teach ALL school-aged kids the basics of coding. Play with Spheros and be introduced to different languages like Scratch and Python in this monthly program...
Booked to Death
6:30 PM @ Downtown Newark - Upper Level Conference Room
January 22: The Chicago Way by Michael Harvey February 26: The Last Place You Look by Kristen Lepoinka