Tipp City Public Library




Tuesday, February 27th, 6:30 - 7:30 PM, all ages welcome with a Parent, in the Meeting Room on the lower level

Froggy, from the popular Jonathan London picture book series for young readers, is coming to visit Tipp City Library! Bring your camera or phone and get your picture taken with Froggy. There will also be games and crafts related to the Froggy books. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Register HERE starting February 12th. Registration ends February 21st.




Spring Story Time Schedule: March 5th - April 20th

About Registration…

Your child's age at the time of registration will determine which class you should register for. Due to space limitations, you may register your child for only one story time. Siblings are welcome but only the child who's age fits the storytime should be registered.





Thursdays: 10:00-10:30 a.m., in children's area.

For babies 6-18 months and an adult (parents, grandparents or caregivers welcome). Cuddle close with your baby and enjoy songs, rhymes and stories together. Learn easy activities to do with your baby at home to develop early literacy skills. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Register HERE starting February 26th.



Wednesdays: 9:30-10:15 a.m. or 10:30-11:15 a.m.

Toddlers 18-36 months. For tots and an adult (parents, grandparents or caregivers welcome). Now that your child is moving and active, join us for stories, singing, dancing and easy crafts that will help your tot develop a love of books and reading. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Register HERE starting February 26th for the 9:30 a.m. class.

Register HERE starting February 26th for the 10:30 a.m. class.



Thursdays: 10:30-11:30 a.m, downstairs.

For age 3-5 years. Get your preschoolers ready to read by immersing them in wonderful stories that will engage them and get them excited about reading. This storytime includes chances for them to sing, play, talk and make simple crafts. An adult is encouraged to attend with the child. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Register HERE starting February 26th.



Tuesdays: 6:30-7:30 PM, downstairs.

For ages 3-6 years. Families with young children who want to boost their child’s interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) will want to attend this special storytime. Give your child a jumpstart by nurturing their interest in exploring the world through stories, hands-on experiments and art projects. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.





Library patrons and program participants are encouraged to bring an item that can be donated to a local animal shelter. Items of need include collars, leashes, beds, shampoo and toys of all sizes.


Doggie Talk: Dogs & Body Language

Monday, March 5th, 7pm-8pm

Ever wonder what your pet is saying to you? SISCA will have some pets to demonstrate basic indicators, why body language is important and provide some helpful tips that you can try with your own pets at home.


Krafts with Kelly - Dog Edition

Saturday, March 10th, 2pm-3pm

Help us create some dog toys to be donated to local animal shelters. Registration requested.


Family Story Time

Tuesday, March 13th, 6:30pm-7:30pm

Families with children from 3 years old and up are invited to this special Family Storytime. We will welcome some four-legged friends from the DREAM4PETS animal sanctuary, and their foster families, to learn about adopting rescued pets. There will be stories about dogs and cats and a fun craft, as well as time to play with some furry friends. No registration required for this special one-time event


PageTurners Book Club

Monday, March 26th, 7pm-8pm

Join us for a discussion of the Big Read winner for 2018, The Underdogs: Children, Dogs, and the Power of Unconditional Love by Melissa Fay Greene. Copies - in all formats - are available at the circulation desk.


Get Pit Proud

Thursday, March 29th, 7pm-8pm

The Miami Valley Pit Crew encourages change through positive example. Learn about the American Pit Bull Terrier and what the Pit Crew does to help these dogs.


Dreaming of a Pet

Thursday, April 5th, 7pm-8pm

Meet some furry friends while you learn about how DREAM rescues and finds pets their forever home.


Krafts with Kelly - Cat Edition

Saturday, April 7th, 2pm-3pm

Help us create some cat toys to be donated to local animal shelters. Registration requested.


Underdogs to Wonderdogs: 4 Paws for Ability

Thursday, April 12, 3pm-4pm

Come meet these special service dogs as 4 Paws for Ability shares their story that started with assisting children with disabilities. This organization is the subject of the 2018 Big Read winner The Underdogs: Children, Dogs and the Power of Unconditional Love by Melissa Fay Greene.




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Here's what we've been doing at the library this winter!





LibKi Computer Management

Starting in late October, Tipp City Public Library will change the way it manages the public computers. No longer will patrons be required to sign on to a computer by giving their name to a clerk at the desk.

Thanks to the addition of the LibKi Management System, patrons will sit down at a computer station and login with their library card and pin number. LibKi is an open source program available "cost free" to the library. This software has been on library computers across the country for years. It has proven to be reliable and user friendly.

When finished, patrons will simply logout. At that point, the computers will automatically erase any personal information previously entered. This assures users that their privacy is protected.

It is easy to get a Tipp City Public Library card. Visit the front desk and present proof of Ohio residency. Anyone wishing not to get a library card can still access the library's computers. A staff member will be happy to provide a guest pass upon request.

In the near future, the library will introduce computer reservations to ensure all patrons have an opportunity to logon - even on busy days.

Anyone with questions should call the library at (937) 667-3826 or visit us at 11 E. Main St.



We are pleased to announce that a new video has been released: Using the Online Catalog. This video reflects the recent additions to the online catalog, eResource Central and the EBSCO Discovery Service.


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Library Address

11 E. Main St
Tipp City, OH 45371

Phone: 937-667-3826
Phone: 937-669-4636
Fax: 937-667-7968

Library Hours

Monday thru Thursday
10:00 AM to 8:30 PM

10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Closed Sunday