Kits are available for use in pre-schools, nursing homes, for school programs, or with community groups. These kits contain slide shows, videotapes, cassette tapes of sing-along songs, skits, and other activities that revolve around a particular theme such as Remembering Farm Days, Remembering Fun and Games, and Remembering Pets. Bi-Folkal  kits are designed to be used in programs to prompt memories and discussion.
In the search box type "bi-folkal ". Twelve (12) kits are available: 
- Remembering African American Lives
- Remembering Birthdays
- Remembering County Fairs
- Remembering Farm Days
- Remembering Fun and Games
- Remembering Music
- Remembering Pets
- Remembering School Days
- Remembering the Depression
- Remembering the Home Front
- Remembering Train Rides
- Remembering Work Life
Bi-folkal kits are available for immediate checkout at the Main Library, Monday through Thursday, 9am - 5pm.
The kits may be reserved and picked up at any CCPL location or Bookmobile stop. Bi-folkal kits circulate for 21 days and may be renewed twice.
Do you enjoy discussing great books with your friends, but hate trying to track down enough copies for everyone in the group? Come to the Clark County Public Library. We’ve taken away the hassle by collecting the books for you into a kit. Each one of our kits typically contain 12 paperback books and a large print copy, if available. We’ve also included a Discussion Guide and Tip Sheet. Check out one of our Book Club Kits today!
|Book Club Kits Brochure.pdf ||876.22 KB|
|Discussion Guide Angels and Demons.pdf ||497.55 KB|
|Discussion Guide Back When We Were Grownups.pdf ||328.86 KB|
|Discussion Guide Banner of Heaven.pdf ||730.68 KB|
|Discussion Guide Bel Canto.pdf ||320.95 KB|
|Discussion Guide Camel Bookmobile.pdf ||497.04 KB|
|Discussion Guide Five People.pdf ||532.07 KB|
|Discussion Guide Founding Mothers.pdf ||654.05 KB|
|Discussion Guide Full of Grace.pdf ||393.18 KB|
|Discussion Guide Funny in Farsi.pdf ||464.28 KB|
|Discussion Guide Glass Castle.pdf ||252.48 KB|
|Discussion Guide Into the Wild.pdf ||428.05 KB|
|Discussion Guide Memory Keeper.pdf ||295.37 KB|
|Discussion Guide Night.pdf ||469.91 KB|
|Discussion Guide Our Lady.pdf ||349.56 KB|
|Discussion Guide Secret Life.pdf ||292.56 KB|
|Discussion Guide The Shack.pdf ||604.25 KB|
|Discussion Guide They Carried.pdf ||441.8 KB|
|Discussion Guide Tin Flute.pdf ||426.59 KB|
|Discussion Guide To Kill A Mockingbird.pdf ||407.75 KB|
|Discussion Guide Tuesdays.pdf ||261.75 KB|
|Discussion Guide Eat, Pray, Love.pdf ||485.07 KB|
|Discussion Guide Guernsey Literary.pdf ||205.83 KB|
|Discussion Guide Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.pdf ||505.69 KB|
|Discussion Guide Keeping Faith.pdf ||233.64 KB|
|Discussion Guide Kite Runner.pdf ||208.99 KB|
|Discussion Guide Nineteen Minutes.pdf ||236.98 KB|
|Discussion Guide Snow Flower and the Secret Fan.pdf ||573.98 KB|
|Discussion Guide Still Alice.pdf ||370.99 KB|
|Discussion Guide Tallgrass.pdf ||408.39 KB|
|Discussion Guide Three Cups of Tea.pdf ||651.91 KB|
|Discussion Guide Water for Elephants.pdf ||317.47 KB|
|Discussion Guide Year of Magical Thinking.pdf ||275.1 KB|
The Currier & Ives Collection was gifted to the Clark County Public Library in 1971 by Mr. Charles Kemp of South Charleston, Ohio.
The collection consists of 28 original, hand-colored lithographs, depicting scenes and battles of the Civil War. The lithographs were created between 1861 and 1863. A complete list of all of the Civil War prints available (including prints not in our collection) can be found in Currier & Ives Chronicles of America, available in the library’s collection.
Through the generous gifts of Patricia Yanucci and Garnett McDonough, the Clark County Public Library is pleased to be able to place these pieces on display for the community to learn from and enjoy for years to come.
The collection is accessible 9:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m., Monday—Thursday and 9:00 a.m.—6:00 p.m. on Fridays at the Main Library (along the hallway outside of the Gaier Meeting Room), 201 South Fountain Avenue, Springfield, OH. Please call (937) 328-6903 for more information.
Meeting rooms are available for public use at all library locations.
Groups booking the room must fill out an application and sign a user agreement prior to using the meeting rooms. The Library reserves the right to review any or all applications for space and judge whether or not the applicant fits the policy.
You may download a copy of the meeting room application and policy (below).
The Clark County Public Library offers a Talking Book Service through the Library of Congress National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS).
The Talking Book Program provides free recorded books, magazines and playback equipment to approximately 15,000 eligible blind, visually impaired, physically disabled and reading disabled Ohio residents.
If you or someone you know is interested in and meets the requirements for this program, a copy of the application is attached below.
For individuals who already particiapte in the Talking Book Program through the Clark County Public Library and need assistance with a machine, please contact:
Helga Spotts, Bookmobile Manager and Talking Books Coordinator at (937) 322-2821.
All Clark County Public Library locations are wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair is available at the Main Library upon request. Call (937) 328-6901 for more information.