Our Services
The library offers so much more than "just books". As you can see below there are wide variety of programs and services that are available to you, of which most are free. Our staff is always looking for new ways to serve Loudonville and the surrounding area, so please check often for new services. If you feel that there is a service or program that would benefit the community or need more information regarding our services, please feel free to contact us at any time.
Library Cards

A library card is available at the library's check-out desk. You do not have to be a resident of the Loudonville-Perrysville School District to obtain a library card and check out materials at the library. So, Even if you are visiting the Mohican area from out of town, you can still pick up a library card and use the library.  MORE

Programs and Clubs
We offer a variety of educational and recreational programs for all ages throughout the year. In addition to all of the great programs, there are a number of clubs, such as Adult Book Discussion and Mohican Quilters. these clubs are either sponsored by the library or meet here on a regular basis.

The Friends of the Loudonville Public Library was established in May 1972 by Dr. L. Eugene Byers who was then president of the Loudonville Public Library Board of Trustees. The Friends organization raises money through fundraisers such as musical programs, bake sales, and book sales to support Library programs and services and assists in the purchase of supplies, materials, and equipment for the library. 

Anyone interested in joining the Friends should fill out a Friends of the Library Membership Form.  Annual dues for membership are currently $5 to be paid with the completed membership form.  Please ask in the Library for more information.

Golden Center

The Golden Center, located in the Young Room near the west entrance of the library, is a project between the Loudonville Public Library, Catholic Charities, and the Ashland County Council on Aging. The Golden Center provides a meeting place for disseminating information to older adults about everything from legislative updates, advocacy efforts, to health and safety alerts. The group also participates in informational field trips and currently meets every Wednesday.

Ashland County seniors age 60 and above are welcome at all events and meetings.For more information regarding the Golden Center please contact Celia Robles, Program Coordinator, Catholic Charities at 419 289-1903.