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Barbara Tuttle Art Display

Art by Barbara TuttleRodman Library will showcase the artwork of Barbara Tuttle during the month of November in the Main Gallery. She has studied art at The University of Akron and Kent State University under various instructors including Mark Soppeland. Tuttle likes to express herself in various mediums such as oil, acrylic and oil pastel paintings, and drawings.

One Book - One Community for 2016-17

The Life We Bury by Allen EskensThe Life We Bury, a mystery novel by Allen Eskens, is the One Book-One Community selection for 2016-17, according to the organization’s executive committee.

In the book, what appears to be a simple writing assignment for a college student turns into a search for truth involving the subject of the writing assignment – a war hero who has recently spent 30 years in prison for rape and murder. The college student, in his search for the truth, weaves in and out of trouble as he encounter’s his subject’s past.

This marks the 14th year that the community has had the opportunity to come together to read a common book, hold discussions and meet the author. Eskens will visit the Alliance community on Thursday and Friday, April 6-7, 2017. His public appearance will be Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m. at Union Avenue United Methodist Church with area high school visits scheduled the following day.

Bookmobile schedule

Rodman Public Library announces its school year Bookmobile schedule. In addition to books, the Bookmobile carries magazines, books on CD and your favorite DVDs for all ages. Look for the Bookmobile and be sure to catch them out on the road!

The Bookmobile runs on a rotating two week schedule. The 2016-2017 schedule is as follows:


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