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.
Position Opening – Maintenance Assistant
Under minimal supervision, the Maintenance Assistant is responsible for performing the day-to-day cleaning and sanitizing of the library, following a set weekly checklist. This position also assists with maintaining and cleaning the library grounds.
This is a part-time position regularly scheduled for 15-20 hours per week. The position starts at $9.00/hour. Maintenance or custodial experience is desirable but not expected. Printed employment application and full job description are available at the Library or online. Resumes are optional and do not replace the application. Submit complete applications in person, via mail or via email. Incomplete applications and those not submitted as requested cannot be considered. Interviews will be scheduled after May 3. The Loudonville Public Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Summer Intern Position 40 hours a week
We recently were selected by the Ohio Association of Foodbanks to receive a 40 hour a week summer intern to help serve breakfast and lunch five days a week this summer. If you are interested in serving with us this summer please check out the job posting below. Americorps Intern Position
Summer Interns are selected and paid by MyAmeriCorps the Loudonville Public Library is a placement site.
Things to know
Thursday, April 25
Are you a Mario Kart Pro? Enjoy snacks and test your skills in our tournament. Grades 1-6. Sign up required, limit of 16.
Tuesday, April 30
Storytimes are designed to engage 3-5 year olds with stories, songs, fingerplays and crafts.
Monday, May 6
Robert Miller will present the program History meets Hollywood. This meeting is open to all.
Tuesday, May 7
We will be making natural lip balm. If you would like to tint yours, bring an old tube of lipstick for color. Sign up required, limit of 12.