Loudonville Public Library
Learn. Play. Live.
Monday – Thursday
10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Friday – Saturday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Using The Library
Are you wanting to get a library card? Would you like to book a meeting room? Or do you need information about one of our many other services? This is the right spot.
Look for and place holds on items in the Loudonville Public Library as well as 237 other libraries across 47 counties.
Go directly to your account to check holds, due date, fines or even to renew items that you are just not quite ready to return yet.
Genealogy and local history, homework help and online resources. It is all here and free to use.
Melissa Mallinak, Director
Melissa grew up in Olmsted Falls, Ohio. She received both a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Masters in Library and Information Science from Kent State University. Ms. Mallinak has spent the last six years working for the Elyria Public Library System before joining the Loudonville Public Library. She is a strong advocate of excellent customer service, open access of information, and making the library a destination location for the community. When she is not at the library, she loves to read, garden, hike and spend time with her rescue dogs.
Things to know
Delayed Opening Nov. 15
Due to the icy conditions the library will open today at noon.
The library will be closing at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, November 21 and closed all day on Thursday, November 22. Happy Thanksgiving!
Winter Youth Programming
Winter weather is fast approaching and the safety of the children of this community is very important to us. If LPEVSD has a snow day there will be no youth after school programming at the library. We will reschedule our programs when possible.
Teen Make & Take
Light Switch Cover
Monday, November 12
Teens can complete different crafts each month either at the library or at home. Any leftover supplies should be returned to the library.
Tuesday, November 13
7:00 pm or
Wed., November 14
Adults will craft, cook or learn something new from Pinterest. We will be making pumpkin centerpieces. Class is limited to 12 per session and sign-up is required.
Thursday, November 15
Children will compete against each other decorating various desserts. We’ll provide the sweets and toppings. Grades 1-6. Sign-up required with a limit of 12.
Adult Book Discussion
Friday, November 16
Come and enjoy coffee, snacks and lively conversation surrounding the book “$2.00 A Day Living on Almost Nothing in America” by Kathryn Edin.