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New bookmobile schedule
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Paulding County Carnegie Library Bookmobile school year schedule begins September 4!

Mondays:

10:00—10:20  Area Preschool (non-public stop)

10:30—11:30  Country Inn

1:00—1:45  The Gardens

2:00—2:30 Area Preschool (non-public stop)

4:15—5:15 Cecil at Harts Automotive on the main drag

Tuesdays:

3:15—4:00  Latty at town hall

4:15—5:15 Scott at Lions Club

5:30—6:30 Haviland at park on SR 114

6:45—7:30 Briceton at Lutheran Church

Wednesdays:

3:15—4:00 Mandale at Church on SR 66

4:15—5:30 Grover Hill at Elementary School

5:45—6:30 Melrose at Methodist Church

6:45—7:30 Broughton across from town hall

Thursdays:

Head Start Programs (non-public stops)

Antwerp (2nd & 4th) 9:30 a.m.

Paulding 10:00 a.m.

Grover Hill 11:00 a.m.

Antwerp (1st & 3rd) 2:00 p.m.

4:00—4:45 Auglaize Township Firehouse

5:00—6:00 Five Span at Cabbage Patch Convenience Store

Fridays

Closed for maintenance and restocking

 

Please note: The Bookmobile may be delayed or stops canceled without notice due to inclement weather and/or mechanical problems.  Please call the library at 419-399-2032 if there is any doubt whether the Bookmobile will be at its scheduled stop. Items borrowed from any library branch (including the Bookmobile) may be returned to any other library location in Paulding County and may also be renewed over the phone. Direct line to the Bookmobile is: 419-670-3761.

 

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