Exploring More Libraries in 2015

Cbus Libraries is looking towards another great year in 2015.

Cbus Libraries in 2014

Cbus Libraries is excited for another year of exploring Central Ohio libraries and discussing with professionals the value they bring to organizations and our community.  Last year, we toured and highlighted libraries at Ohio History Connection, Fitch, Bricker & Eckler, State Library of Ohio, Columbus Tool Library, Mount Carmel, and the Columbus Dispatch. This year we hope to highlight even more.

Is there a library you’d like to see featured on our site?  We are open to any type of library in the Central Ohio area, and we’d love to know more.  Please contact us at team [at] cbuslibraries.com or comment below with recommendations.

Thank you for the great work you do, and we look forward to hearing from you.

Warm regards,

Andrea Dixon and Bryan Loar

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2 thoughts on “Exploring More Libraries in 2015

  1. The Coshocton Public Library is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Serving a county of over 36,000, the County Seat Library continues to operate without a levy. The library is located in an old post office building at 655 Main Street, Coshocton, Ohio. We hope you will consider a visit!

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