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Homer, Ohio is known as the birthplace of Victoria Woodhull, the first woman to run for President of the United States in 1872, a full 48 years before women had the right to vote.

The Homer Public Library traces its origins to January 30, 1895, when A. H. Wright, T. N. Dean and others met in the Homer Town Hall to organize a Reading Circle which they named the Homer Library Association. 

ASL Storytimes

We are pleased to announce an opportunity to enjoy videos of popular children’s books, recorded in both English and American Sign Language. They are available for viewing in a unique Niche Academy hosted by the SEO Service Center & are presented in partnership with Ohio Citizens for Deaf Cultures, Worthington Libraries and the State Library of Ohio. The project was funded through a federal Institute of Museum and Library Services LSTA grant, awarded by the State Library of Ohio.

Makerspace Tour

Take a virtual tour of our new Makerspace with Lisa! We hope you are as excited about it as we are. Please call the Library at 740-892-2020 to get your name on an interest list for instructions using the Cricut and 3D printer.

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