Trumbull libraries add hours, services
CHECK OUT BOOKS, MORE: Libraries in the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library System will be adding more hours and additional services at all locations beginning today. Following a two-and-a-half-month shutdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the six libraries in the system that reopened June 1 with limited hours and services now are able to offer more. New evening hours and Saturday hours will be added. The first hour of each day still is reserved for library patrons at higher risk for severe illness, including adults age 65 and older and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions. For a complete list of new hours, visit the library website at www.wtcpl. org. To facilitate the additional hours and services, 28 staff members who were furloughed in May are being recalled.
The Adult Computer Area at the Warren Library will reopen with nine public computers available. Additional computers will be added for public use at each branch library. Printing, copying and faxing will be available for a fee at all locations. Single-use tables will be placed in each library. Patrons will be asked to limit time in the library to one hour.
Bookmobile service remains suspended at this time. However, the Mobile Library Express service maintains three stops in northern Trumbull County.
The Local History & Genealogy Center at the main library in Warren will remain closed to visitors. Genealogy research requests may be submitted through the contact form found on the library website or by emailing the center librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No library meeting rooms will be available for public use through the end of the year.
CAR WASH: The West Farmington Assembly 116 of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls will hold a carwash fundraiser 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Champion Arby’s parking lot, off Mahoning Avenue. Customers do not need to get out of their cars. Cost is a donation.
LIBERTY SURVEY: The Liberty Schools Levy Committee is asking residents to complete a survey regarding the Liberty Local School District’s 2.5-mill additional permanent improvement levy that will appear on the November ballot. Visit www. libertyleopardalumni.org or go to the group “Liberty Leopard Schools” on Facebook to complete a brief anonymous survey. Surveys are due by Aug. 14.
• Families Anonymous Warren — 6 p.m., CRN Healthcare Inc., 4087 Youngstown Road SE, Warren. 330-307-8182.
• A New Day Nar-Anon Family Group — 7 p.m., Congregational Church, 612 W. Broad St., Newton Falls. Teri, 330-646-4480, or Patty, 330-307-3002.
• Better Your Future Through Hope — Mahoning Valley Hope Center, 3217 Surrey Road, Warren. 330-369-3010.
• First Things First — 6 p.m., literature discussion, Sahara Club II, 2345 Youngstown Road, Warren.
• Cortland Area Kiwanis — 5 p.m., Real Deal Coffee Cafe.
• Someplace Safe — 1370 Tod Ave. NW, Warren. 330-393-3005.
• Youngstown Executive Toastmasters — 6:45 p.m., Shepherd of the Valley, 301 Western Reserve Road, Boardman. www.speakingclub.org.
• Youngstown Toastmasters Executive 408 — 6:40 p.m., Adamas Square, 8131 Market St., Boardman.
• Celebrate Recovery — 6:30 p.m., Bloomfield Recovery Center, 10113 Creaser Ashtabula Road, Bloomfield, eight-step Christian program. 330-599-2402.
• Monday Night Serenity Hall AA — 7:30 p.m., Badger Hall, First Presbyterian Church, 256 Mahoning Ave. NW, Warren.
• TOPS Ohio 1353, Leavittsburg — weigh-in 6 p.m., meeting 6:30 p.m., First Community Church of Leavittsburg, 4640 W. Market St., Leavittsburg. 330-898-0357.
• TOPS Ohio 698, Girard — weigh-in 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., meeting 6:30 p.m., First Christian Church, 140 E. Broadway Ave., Girard. 330-545-4770.