Friends of the Library Book Sale – September 2014

The Friends of the Library Book Sale will be held in the Library Meeting Room and all proceeds will benefit the St. Clairsville Public Library.

Thursday, September 18th
5pm-6pm Member Preview Sale
(Memberships available on site)

 Friday, September 19th 
10am – 6pm

 Saturday, September 20th
10am – 2pm ($5 per bag of books)
1pm-2pm Teacher discounts


Teen Tabletop Gaming

The St. Clairsville Public Library now has a Teen Tabletop Gaming Club twice a month. Any teen in grades 6-12 can stop by after school to play games and eat snacks.

Teen Tabletop Gaming Club
September 11th and 25th
October 2nd and 16th
November 6 and 20th
December 4th and 18th
Stop by anytime between 2:30pm-5:30pm.

 The feature games for the club will be the Pathfinder role playing game and Magic the Gathering card game.

New games can be recommended by attendees with future purchase based on demand. Game materials and snacks will be provided by the Library, but teens are welcome to bring in their own materials and snacks, if desired.

 Please call for more information: 740-695-2062.


Zinio FAQ

Zinio For Libraries FAQ


1. What is Zinio?

Zinio is service we offer to our patrons that allows them read most of the popular magazines on their computer, phone, or tablet.

2. How do I get the Zino app?

The Zino App is available for Apple devices in the Apple Market, Android Devices on Google Play, and Windows 8 devices in the Microsoft store.  Please check the app market of you device by searching for “Zinio”

3. How do i register an account and get started? (First Time Users)

To use the library version of Zinio, you will need two accounts. The first account is a SERL’s Account that allows you to have the item checked out, and the second account is a Zinio Account that allows you to view your library, and read your magazines.

1. To get started, simply click the Zinio link on the right hand side of the page, or follow this link. Continue reading

Technology Center

The St. Clairsville Public Library Technology Center opened on Friday, December 13, 2013.


Members of the Feisley family stand with Friends of the Library officers and Boards members.


The Technology Center is located on the second floor of the library and is open to the public free of charge. Computers are available for use and tables are set up for wireless users.

The Technology Center was funded by donations from the Feisley Family, as well as the Friends of the Library, and the Library’s Board of Trustees.

Chamber Members, as well as the public, were invited to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Computer classes are held in the Tech Center regularly.

Computer classes are held in the Tech Center regularly.

Book Discussion

Our Book Discussion Group meets one Friday every month at 1:00pm to discuss a selected book. Participants may stop by the front desk to pick up a copy, and new members can join at any time!

See our Program Calendar for the next meeting!

September 19th    The Dark Road to Mercy by Wiley Cash

October 17th        The Headmaster’s Wife by Thomas Greene

November 21st    The Ladies of Garrison County by Louise Shaffer

December 19th    The Dry Grass of August by Anna Mayhew





Mother Goose, Preschool Storytime, and Toddler Time

Registration is mandatory for all Children’s Programs. We do not accept new attendees that have not been registered at the Children’s Department Desk.

How to register:
Registration is taken on a first come, first served basis. Space for programs is limited, so call the Children’s Department as soon as possible when registration for that session begins.

If a program is full, we will take a waiting list and call if a spot becomes available
for that specific session.
A parent/guardian must call to register their child for each session.

Check out our Program Calendar to see when registration for each session begins!

 Mother Goose Time – a program for younger children filled with rhymes and fun activities. (For children 6-24 months old with a caregiver). You must be registered to attend.

Preschool Story Time includes stories, crafts, and activities for our young library patrons. (For children 3-5 years old). You must be registered to attend.

Toddler Time is for children 24-36 months who enjoy playing, stories, and activities. (A caregiver must be present). You must be registered to attend.

See our events calendar for times and dates and call the Children’s Department to register. Space is limited!



Movie & Popcorn Events

Join us for our monthly Movie & Popcorn events!

Due to licensing issues, we cannot announce the name of the films on our website, but we will have promotion within the library building. You can also call our front desk or check our Facebook and Twitter accounts for hints.

Where?: Library Meeting Room

Why?: Because we want to provide  the St. Clairsville community with great events, of course!

Check out our Program Calendar for more events!