To Register:

  1. Click here.This will take you to our Beanstack site to set up your profile.
  2. Complete the requested information.
  3. Complete learning Tracks to earn badges.

Teens:

  1. Once you have a profile, you can select the "Pre-Register for Summer Breakout".
  2. After you click this, you can choose a learning track to complete via Beanstack OR you can stop in the library and pick up a paper game board. We are using the learning tracks and paper game boards in lieu of our usual reading records. After you register at home, stop in the library for a calendar of events, a free book (per registrant), a few coupons, and a form for a free Tin Caps ticket (per registrant).
  3. When you complete a learning track or game board, stop in the library to receive a small reward. You may complete up to 3 game boards/learning tracks during the 6 week program. At the end of the program, as long as you have earned the Summer BreakOUT badge on Beanstack, &/or completed 1 game board, you will be invited to our end of summer party (TBD) and receive a form for a free Mad Ants ticket (per finisher), and a few other goodies!

Adults:  

Submit book reviews to be entered into weekly drawings for prizes.

  • Johnson Memorial Library

    116 West High St. Hicksville, OH 43526 Ph: 419-542-6200 Fax: 419-542-1015  Current Hours: Monday & Tuesday 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM Wednesday Read More
  • Defiance Public Library

    ​320 Fort St. Defiance, OH 43512 Ph: 419-782-1456 Fax: 419-782-6235 Current Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 Read More
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    117 North Harrison St. Sherwood, OH 43556 Ph: 419-899-4343 Fax: 419-899-3479   Current Hours: Monday 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM Tuesday Read More
  • Mission

    The Defiance Public Library System is committed to providing service to the people of the county in a friendly environment, Read More
  • Funding

    Public Library Fund As of January 2008, Ohio’s public libraries are funded through 2.22% of the state’s total general tax Read More
  • History

    Library services in Defiance County started around 1873, when a group of civic minded citizens formed the Defiance Library Association Read More
  • Volunteer

    The libraries of the Defiance Public Library System rely on our volunteers as a partnership in supporting library programs and Read More
  • Friends of the Lilbrary

    What Are the Friends of the Library? The Friends of the Library is a non-profit group formed to sponsor library programs and support services and Read More
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